There is only one immutable law in life - in a gentleman's toilet, incoming traffic has the right of way.
Look, man, I know a lot about whatever it is you're talking about.
LOL & Thanks; I managed to stay off the Rex Ryan Kool-Aid.
Thank The Good Lord I've never liked any MI team but DET singers like Motown artists are some of my favorites.
Yeah. I thought about that one too. If I go into Philly & tell them I like the Cowboys too, I'm wearin' a suit of metal armour. LOL
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"This Game is Not For the Faint of Heart" --Bill Parcells
I've found that as I get older, and especially because I've lived in markets without a team, that my "second" teams fade in and out as the years go by. Generally I like underdogs, and I enjoy it when the underdogs become winners.
But after while they're no longer the underdog and my heart moves on. NOLA is a good example.
Same with my dislikes. For example, I used to hate the Raiders with a passion. Their crappy little slogans and "badder than you" mentality grated on me. Today, I'm at least ambivalent and at most slightly hoping they turn it around. Can't really explain it. Probably the seed was sown when Campbell went there from the 'Skins. That, and their constant losing.
I imagine a loss of testosterone (another peach of the aging process) contributes.
Love this combination of radio commentary and footage from the end zone.
Man - wish I was a Niners fan.
“I’ve always been a big fan of Norv Turner. I think he gets it. I think he does an outstanding job.” — Pat Shurmur