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    Re: My fanaticism has reached its limit

    Quote Originally Posted by thoey
    Would that be grape or strawberry jelly? Hmm... Drink your lunch. Sure, Mom, bring it...

    Ok, it has equal parts Frangelico and Chamord. It would be raspberry jam. Yummy.....


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    Re: My fanaticism has reached its limit

    I am with ZZ and Nick all the way. By the end of the week there will be another draught of information as nothing much will be going on until July 27th. Until then, if all I read about is how many doughnuts Andy M. and Adam T. consume each morning...or how much hot sauce Marshall uses in his "hot wings" recipie, that is better than no news at all!! Guess I just can't help myself...

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    Re: My fanaticism has reached its limit

    Offseason blues. :upset:

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    Re: My fanaticism has reached its limit

    I'm not hanging on every morsel either, but I do like to know who is doing what and who may or may not retire.

    As long as the Rams key players stay off motorcycles, I'm happy.

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    Re: My fanaticism has reached its limit

    I think AV is just nervous that his Heat are going to loose tonight to the Pistons. :mask:

    I tend to agree, the off season is slow and boring, but that's why there is baseball.

    GO HALOS!
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    Re: My fanaticism has reached its limit

    Here's my deal.

    I can't stand all this speculation. I already know there is NOTHING to talk about during the offseason, and that NO significant impacts will happen, other than the first few days of Free Agency in February (or whenever), Draft Day, perhaps June 1st cuts for a day or 2, and then pre-season.

    So why do I come here and talk about "whether or not Rich Coady was as bad as Nick Sorenson?"....or "did Kyle Turley threaten Martz, or visa versa?"

    Because I'm at work and I have access to the internet. And, like fishing, a bad day on the internet is better than a good day at work!

    Go Rams!

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    Re: My fanaticism has reached its limit

    This off-season has been particularly painful without the NHL. Nothing beats a good hockey game other than of course, NFL football.

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    Re: My fanaticism has reached its limit

    Quote Originally Posted by RAMMAN68
    I tend to agree, the off season is slow and boring, but that's why there is baseball.

    GO HALOS!
    I could never have put a better analogy of the offseason and baseball. They are both slow and boring. At least BB has been since Whitey ball left the game.

    Quote Originally Posted by r8rh8rmike
    This off-season has been particularly painful without the NHL. Nothing beats a good hockey game other than of course, NFL football.
    ditto!!! Even though the Stanley Cup would have been hoisted by Pronger and the boys by now; had the season not been locked out.
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    Last edited by gap; -06-06-2005 at 07:13 PM.

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    Re: My fanaticism has reached its limit

    Significant injuries are always relevant, i dont really care whether they happen motorcyle riding or on the field or working out. If hargrove's knee had turned out to be torn up rather than a negative MRI, i guarantee that some people on this board would not be reciting the mantra that nothing significant happens in the off season

    Furthermore, hangnails aside, i really hope that we all appreciate the gravity of the situation with isaac bruce's heart. This may turn out to be nothing, but it could be a major issue for both rev ike and the team.

    ramming speed to all

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    Re: My fanaticism has reached its limit

    I think AV is just nervous that his Heat are going to loose tonight to the Pistons.
    I was just thinking that. I'm proud of my Pistons for beating the Miami Hype Machine. Sorry AV. :mask:

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    Re: My fanaticism has reached its limit

    Hey AV, sorry to hear that the Heat could not turn it up for the playoffs. :disappoin

    Baseball....I do not get baseball. I went to a Nationals game recently and I was a total girl. I wanted to know why the uniforms were different. Why do some have long pants and some have the big socks? How come they are allowed to the throw the balls in the stands? Where is the beer man? Why do they have to throw people out for sliding on the tarp after a rain delay?

    Apparently the strategy and details are lost on me. :nerd:
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    Re: My fanaticism has reached its limit

    Quote Originally Posted by Utter
    Why do some have long pants and some have the big socks?
    ....Genetics.
    "Before the gates of excellence the high gods have placed sweat; long is the road thereto and rough and steep at first; but when the heights are reached, then there is ease, though grievously hard in the winning." --- Hesiod

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    Re: My fanaticism has reached its limit

    genetics~~~> heredity (oh wait, wrong thread, oopsie )

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    Re: My fanaticism has reached its limit

    The Important Question Is Did You Find The Beer Guy?

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    Re: My fanaticism has reached its limit

    Quote Originally Posted by jkramsfan
    The Important Question Is Did You Find The Beer Guy?
    That would be a YES.
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