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  • What will the Warnerites do now?

    Mini-Angel on AR's Right Shoulder: "No, AvengerRam, don't post this poll. You'll only needlessly antagonize the Warner fans. Just leave it alone."

    Mini-Devil on AR's Left Shoulder: "Don't listen to that goody two-shoes, AR. It will be funny! Besides, those guys deserve it."

    Mini-Angel: "No, take the high road!"

    Mini-Devil: "Screw the high road!"

    Mini-Angel: "But..."

    Zaaaaaap!!!!!!!!!! (Mini-Devil Shoots Fireball at Mini-Angel)

    Mini-Devil: "Do it! Do it now!!!!!"
    16
    Nitpick every pass Eli makes.
    37.50%
    6
    Look for evidence of elusive Martz/Coughlin conspiracy.
    12.50%
    2
    Blame Marc Bulger.
    12.50%
    2
    Argue that Giants will pay next year when Warner takes Cowboys to Super Bowl.
    0.00%
    0
    Blame AvengerRam, TxRamsFan and NickSeiler.
    18.75%
    3
    Proclaim that Coughlin is Anti-Christian.
    6.25%
    1
    Claim that they are Malcolm-Jamaal Warnerites, not Kurt Warnerites.
    12.50%
    2

  • #2
    Re: What will the Warnerites do now?

    Malcolm jamal Warnerites.... Hehehe...hoho...hummm.....hehe........bwahahahahahahah
    Last edited by ; -11-16-2004, 08:59 PM.

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    • #3
      Re: What will the Warnerites do now?

      Originally posted by AvengerRam
      Mini-Angel on AR's Right Shoulder: "No, AvengerRam, don't post this poll. You'll only needlessly antagonize the Warner fans. Just leave it alone."

      Mini-Devil on AR's Left Shoulder: "Don't listen to that goody two-shoes, AR. It will be funny! Besides, those guys deserve it."

      Mini-Angel: "No, take the high road!"

      Mini-Devil: "Screw the high road!"

      Mini-Angel: "But..."

      Zaaaaaap!!!!!!!!!! (Mini-Devil Shoots Fireball at Mini-Angel)

      Mini-Devil: "Do it! Do it now!!!!!"
      And just when you think Avenger has finally let something go...an iceberg of antagonization strikes the hull of the USS Good Judgement and condemns the vessel to the watery grave of the Sea of Warner Sucks.
      The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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      • #4
        Re: What will the Warnerites do now?

        Did not get overly excited when the Giants beat teams they should not have beaten. Won't get overly pessimistic now that the Gnats have lost a few.

        The Giant's were not picked to be world beaters in any case. You could say that the 5 wins are more (or about as many) than the Gnats had all of last year.

        I take the little angel route.

        Bulger will never be the MAN! :tongue:

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        • #5
          Re: What will the Warnerites do now?

          I was with ya' until that last sentence Augusta. Pot and kettle, pot and kettle. You didn't quite make it to the high road on this one.

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          • #6
            Re: What will the Warnerites do now?

            Originally posted by AugustaRamFan
            The Giant's were not picked to be world beaters in any case.
            That's the interesting thing, isn't it? Who would have picked the Giants before the season to be in the playoffs? Heck, most analysts I heard talk about the issue figured that Warner's job would be in jeopardy by the bye week. Instead, the Giants were 4-1 at that time. They've certainly exceeded expectations thus far in the beginning of the season, but now we'll see how much they surpass them at the end.

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            • #7
              Re: What will the Warnerites do now?

              Originally posted by moklerman
              I was with ya' until that last sentence Augusta. Pot and kettle, pot and kettle. You didn't quite make it to the high road on this one.
              That Mini-Devil can be awfully persuasive. :redface:

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              • #8
                Re: What will the Warnerites do now?

                I see Warner not seeing stars next year, but with a star, he will be with the cowboys.

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                • #9
                  Re: What will the Warnerites do now?

                  Originally posted by HUb
                  an iceberg of antagonization
                  Quite the shocking development, isn't it?
                  Clannie Nominee for ClanRam's Thickest Poster

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                  • #10
                    Re: What will the Warnerites do now?

                    Damn, I knew I should have included "Continue to show a complete lack of any sense of humor" as an option.

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                    • #11
                      Re: What will the Warnerites do now?

                      Yeah, that would've gotten my vote.

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                      • #12
                        Re: What will the Warnerites do now?

                        Originally posted by AvengerRam
                        Damn, I knew I should have included "Continue to show a complete lack of any sense of humor" as an option.
                        hardy har har :redface:
                        The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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                        • #13
                          Re: What will the Warnerites do now?



                          Post the poll!
                          Don't post the poll!
                          Post the poll!
                          Don't post the poll!
                          Post the poll!
                          Don't post the poll!

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                          • #14
                            Re: What will the Warnerites do now?

                            And this from the guy that compains everytime someone else stars a Warner thread.

                            Well, while you're kicking a guy while he's down, (and just having a ball doing it), don't forget to mention the Pro-bowl season our QB is having.

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                            • #15
                              Re: What will the Warnerites do now?

                              Originally posted by Chiledog
                              And this from the guy that compains everytime someone else stars a Warner thread.

                              Well, while you're kicking a guy while he's down, (and just having a ball doing it), don't forget to mention the Pro-bowl season our QB is having.

                              ...................Ouch!
                              Clannie Nominee for ClanRam's Thickest Poster

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