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    Who is the Rams' leader?
    18
    Marc Bulger
    5.56%
    1
    Marshall Faulk
    27.78%
    5
    Torry Holt
    0.00%
    0
    Isaac Bruce
    5.56%
    1
    Aeneas Williams
    11.11%
    2
    Toyoka Jackson
    16.67%
    3
    They don't really have one - maybe that's one of the problems.
    33.33%
    6

  • #2
    Re: Which Player Is The Rams' Leader

    Martzypoo (as Georgia now calls him since their affair) is the leader.

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    • #3
      Re: Which Player Is The Rams' Leader

      He's not a player, he's a coach.:confused:

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      • #4
        Re: Which Player Is The Rams' Leader

        Obviously, none of us is in the locker room to see first hand, but it always seems like when the media is wanting some inside knowledge they turn to Tyoka. That may be telling of the locker room hierarchy. Or maybe it just means he's the mouthpiece for the locker room, who knows? Either way, I think he carries a lot of weight with the guys. I remember up at Macomb, it was obvious that whenever players (especially the younger guys) had some question, they sought out Tyoka.
        The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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        • #5
          Re: Which Player Is The Rams' Leader

          If you have to ask it isn't obvious. And if it isn't obvious, then you know the answer.

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          • #6
            Re: Which Player Is The Rams' Leader

            Originally posted by adarian_too
            If you have to ask it isn't obvious. And if it isn't obvious, then you know the answer.
            Pretty good point, I think.

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            • #7
              Re: Which Player Is The Rams' Leader

              Originally posted by adarian_too
              If you have to ask it isn't obvious. And if it isn't obvious, then you know the answer.
              Applying the transitive property to this statement yields the following:

              "If you have to ask, then you know the answer."

              Okaaaaaay......

              Something tells me that the rains came down at the Hollow and adarian is playing a new game... not with a brown eyed girl, but rather with a nice stash of whacky weed.

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              • #8
                Re: Which Player Is The Rams' Leader

                Faulk or Bruce I would believe....

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                • #9
                  Re: Which Player Is The Rams' Leader

                  Originally posted by adarian_too
                  If you have to ask it isn't obvious. And if it isn't obvious, then you know the answer.
                  Originally posted by Nick
                  Pretty good point, I think.
                  There was a point? :tongue:
                  Originally posted by AV
                  Applying the transitive property to this statement yields the following:"If you have to ask, then you know the answer."

                  Okaaaaaay......
                  Now, that's a point.
                  The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Which Player Is The Rams' Leader

                    The point was that you can usually tell who the leader of a team is. If we have to make a poll asking who the Rams' leader is, then it's not obvious to us. And if it's not obvious to us, then we probably don't have a very outspoken leader.

                    I think we have guys who lead by example, but we don't have a leader in the spirit of a guy like Ray Lewis, who is loud and vocal.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Which Player Is The Rams' Leader

                      Originally posted by NickSeiler
                      The point was that you can usually tell who the leader of a team is. If we have to make a poll asking who the Rams' leader is, then it's not obvious to us. And if it's not obvious to us, then we probably don't have a very outspoken leader.
                      The point was obvious. AV tried to discredit the point by talking about "transitive property" gobbley-gook and suggesting that the insight was invalid because it might have been inspired by psychotropic chemicals. Nick got the point. And he didn't need a translator. Nor any chemicals. Perhaps Hubi, some chemicals might be in order?

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                      • #12
                        Re: Which Player Is The Rams' Leader

                        Originally posted by AvengerRam
                        Something tells me that the rains came down at the Hollow and adarian is playing a new game... not with a brown eyed girl, but rather with a nice stash of whacky weed.
                        Don't hide it, but divide it! :redface:

                        Aeneas and Marshall and Bruuuuce!

                        :helmet:
                        Last edited by fearlessone; -11-15-2004, 08:34 AM.
                        Socrates: Surf to live! and Live to Surf!

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                        • #13
                          Re: Which Player Is The Rams' Leader

                          Originally posted by aDAREian__too
                          Perhaps Hubi, some chemicals might be in order?
                          Sure, why not? Water mixed with pure sodium is always fun, quite explosive. And yes, ada2, everyone got your point: asking who the leader is probably means that there isn't one. But come on, when Avenger reaches into his old high school geometry book and pulls out the Transitive Property...well, at some level, that's just funny stuff.
                          The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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                          • #14
                            Re: Which Player Is The Rams' Leader

                            Not to mention the Van Morrison take. :redface:

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