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  • Cuing on Max Q...

    The cue: MAX Q!

    "Roughly one minute after the Space Shuttle launches, it must withstand a condition of extreme force known as Max Q. Mission success demands that all systems perform at the highest level. When designed properly, prepared carefully, and executed perfectly, the Shuttle and it's crew safely reach orbital velocity of 17,500 mph --- just over 7 minutes after launching.'

    'In life, Max Q demands the same commitment to success. It requires choosing greatness, personally as well as professionally. It depends on balance, passion, courage, and the wisdom gained from adversity. It is an outcome as well as an attitude. It is the combined result of the learning of a parachute packer, the focus of astronauts in orbit, the emotion shared by the Navy Seals, the precision of the Blue Angels, and the heart of the St. Louis Rams'"
    Crede message posted inside Rams park. :cool:

    Allriiightta! Yeah!! GO RAMS!!!

  • #2
    Do the Aints have a "cue?"

    The St. Louis Rams have their 'MAX Q' ideal. Not sure if Raiders' are still chanting the "Just win baby" motto or their 'Commitment to Excellence' theme. Wondering if Aints have one...

    Anyone know what the incentive /inspirational statement is for the NYJets --or that of other Rams opponents for this year?

    How is that team doing? ;)

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    • #3
      Slogan of the Saints

      Keep expectations low, that way we wont be as disappointed when we dont meet them. Aim low!

      Anything that is hard, isn't worth doing!

      Beer and then liquor, never sicker!

      and running backs and wedding dresses dont mix.....

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      • #4
        :o ;) nice HH

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          Common spelling mistakes -- for the fun of it.
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          Although proper spelling is certainly not a "requisite" and it may not necessarily improve the QUALITY of the CLAN, the opposite, bad orthography [i.e., spelling as a subject or science], may contribute a negative effect.

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