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    bang the dead horses slowly

    Toronto? There is no home game this week, ego their is no game. If you do happen across a ghost image of the Bills and Seahawks, expect a repeat of last when's script.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottDCP View Post
    Toronto? There is no home game this week, ego their is no game. If you do happen across a ghost image of the Bills and Seahawks, expect a repeat of last when's script.
    I'm going to guess scott has fallen victim to the dreaded spell check.


    Is that a haiku?

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    Better than falling victim to Old Style, Goose Island brewery and shame.

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    Last When's Script

    On the surface, Last When's Script is the touching story of a teenage girl transported from her native Taiwan and then abandoned to the urban soullessness of Toronto. But it's actually a metaphor for the places our dreams go to die. Last When loved to spell. She wanted to be a spelling bee champ. Her troubles begin when they ask her to spell the word for a prescription. She sobs in a moving scene: "I swear to god I thought there was a t in scrip."

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    Could have been worse Scott.
    At least you didn't say "as God is my witness, I thought turkeys could fly"

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    Baby got a hold of smartphone.
    “Everybody counts or nobody does.” – Detective Harry Bosch

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    The city of Toronto is abuzz! Billsmania has seized the city. I haven't seen this much excitement in Toronto since the start of the last Tim Horton's promotion.

    Two years ago there was a buzz in town when thousands of Bears fans arrived. But the Seahawks? Against a team that is dead in the water? Western New Yorkers should be grateful to Toronto for taking one game a year off their hands. They can use the money they'd otherwise spend on tickets, parking and beer and use it for Christmas shopping.

    I have been a Bills fan for 3 decades, but unless someone offers me a freebie, I am staying home. Thanks Buddy and Chan for saving me some coin.
    “I’ve always been a big fan of Norv Turner. I think he gets it. I think he does an outstanding job.” — Pat Shurmur

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    Oh gods, thanks. I do enjoy laughing.

    Andy got it. Composed at 2 red lights.

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    Ah so you were in the red light district.
    Well at least you stayed composed, instead of showing you're nuts

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    The Bills arrived by bus and left in the back of garbage trucks. What a disgraceful exhibition.
    “I’ve always been a big fan of Norv Turner. I think he gets it. I think he does an outstanding job.” — Pat Shurmur

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