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  1. 9 points
    I just have to say: oldschooler, it is great having you back and keeping us informed. 🐯
  2. 6 points
    Are you fucking kidding me...REALLY? How many years in a row have we sat and watched this team do absolutely nothing to address glaring problems and needs? Do you post this shit from a jail house and was the gang a bit rough on you last night? You should be doing back flips over this maneuver by an otherwise "never give a shit" front office. This not only solidifies our OLT needs with a stud quality player at a bargain price, it also maneuvers us down in the draft's sweet spot...where we can address a whole assortment of other needs in a BPA outlook. This is the best off season move this franchise has made in memory, yet you're crying like a little girl for some reason? Dude, get a grip on just how good this was. We were slated to start Ogbuehi next season, with the hopes that Pollack would sprinkle some sort of magic dust on him!
  3. 5 points
    Whatcha doin? Aw nuthin... Chewin grass, trampling some tourists.. Just buffalo stuff yknow Y'all got any more of those free agents? Send nudes.
  4. 5 points
    From Kat Terrell on Twitter: Someone just updated Jarvis Landry's Wikipedia page. It now says: Born: November 28, 1992 in Convent, Louisiana. Died: Friday, March 9 in Cleveland, Ohio
  5. 4 points
    All I will say is, if you don't like what the Bengals have done this week then you want to be miserable. Have not fun.
  6. 4 points
    Yes, but they went to different schools together.
  7. 4 points
    Wait a minute...now we have two fucking guys who like to call themselves Swag?
  8. 4 points
    6. Sell the team to someone that knows what they're doing.
  9. 3 points
  10. 3 points
    So does everyone outside of Shitsburgh. Problem being everyone else gets suspended for doing that kind of thing.
  11. 3 points
  12. 3 points
  13. 3 points
  14. 3 points
    The injury thing is being overblown. He played/started in 61 consecutive games prior to 2016 season where he missed 5. Sounds like the issue was fixed in January.
  15. 3 points
    The Bengals have won 5 playoff games in their history, and 4 of those wins came in 1981 and 1988. We all know when their 5th and last playoff win was. We're constantly reminded of it. Yet, they think doing it the way they've always done it is the only way to go. So frustrating. Swing for the motherfucking fences every fucking once in awhile! Give fans some optimism and hope! COT TAM!!!
  16. 3 points
    I'm betting Hobson started his wedding night by telling his bride "Honeymoon hits: Little Hobknob comes in undersized, speed and technique over size and endurance". Dude has a real gift for using 300 words to explain to you that you're going to be disappointed.
  17. 3 points
    Since some have a problem with me adding more than just my thoughts to this thread. Here goes ... I hate when someone says "Laws won't stop this". Since when did we create laws to completely stop anything? Why is that the standard to some people when it comes to guns? Why is it an all or nothing with them? I have no problem with people having guns. I have a problem with how easy idiots can get guns. No law ends what ever you are making that law for. Murder has been illegal forever. Laws are put in to place to reduce the negative impact something has on our society. Just like speed limits, seat belts and DUIs didn't end all deaths from cars, but they were put in to place for the greater good of society. It greatly reduces deaths and the negative impact felt by us all. Watching kids get gunned down at school, people shot at concerts, at the movies, at churches and clubs is not OK. Doing nothing is not acceptable. The United States has 4.4% of the World's population and has over 48% of the World's guns. These mass shootings are a uniquely American problem. If more guns were the answer, then by just factoring in the number of guns in this country, we should already be the safest place on Earth. If you make the schools like compound or prisons, churches would be the next frequent targets. Make churches like compounds or prisons, then hospitals would be the next targets. Make those like compounds or prisons, other soft targets would be next. Instead of making everywhere you go like a prison, how about we look at the problem of how easily obtained weapons of war are? Because making everywhere we go like a prison doesn't sound much like the land of the free to me. As far as arming teachers, that's a horrible idea. They're educators, not policemen. There have been studies where trained professional police officers, who go to gun ranges on a consistent basis, when put under stressful situations only hit 18% of their targets. That means 8 out of every 10 bullets don't hit their target. That means they would likely hit an innocent person they are trying to protect. An AR-15 bullet travels over 2,000 mph (2,800 feet per second). When you factor in the fact they can have magazines that hold 30 bullets or more, more bullets flying through the air are just going to cause more carnage. A cop froze during this last shooting, he did nothing. But teachers are going to be the answer? Arming them makes it all better? It's an NRA stance to sell more guns. Because in case you haven't noticed, that is their stance on everything. The "Trump Slump" has resulted in a $100 million gun sales dip since last year. Arming 40% of American teachers would generate over $1 billion for the gun industry. Fuck the NRA. I'll add more when I have a moment.
  18. 3 points
    2 concealed-carry holders nearly shot each other during the Giffords assassination attempt. The "good guy with a gun" narrative is macho fantasy bullshit only meant to sell more guns. Elite special forces ninja operators sometimes shoot the wrong person so I have little faith in the average schmuck. I've been around guns my entire life & still prefer not to be around armed strangers. I think those neckbeards carrying their rifle into Chipotle are the worst kind of twitchy asshole.
  19. 3 points
    https://agingmillennialengineer.com/2018/02/15/fuck-you-i-like-guns-2/ My Step-Brother (20+ years in the military) posted a link to the the other day and I thought it was a good read. **Sorry if this was posted elsewhere...didn't go back through the thread.
  20. 2 points
    Will happen again this year. I will open the contest thread some time the morning of April 14 and it will close the evening of April 22. Same rules we have had the past few years. You must be an active member of this board by Friday April 13 to participate so if you are lurking, get active soon. I know who my tie breaker will be but will keep it hush until I open the contest thread. Prize max will be $50 plus tax and standard shipping.
  21. 2 points
    You're asking all of this from Marlon? Get serious flu!
  22. 2 points
    Just for shits and giggles because snarkster got it right.... what is considered success? better record than last year? make the playoffs? win a fucking playoff game? super bowl? not fall asleep on the sidelines? don't get busted in a prostitution ring? breaking his own personal record of eating 10 skyline chili dogs swim underwater all the way across the river holding his breath? need more info
  23. 2 points
    Here's something I posted in 2012 with a few new ideas Step 1: define "responsible gun ownership." To have a gun license you must: attend serious safety/training courses score adequately on a difficult written test (law, safe gun handling, first aid) score adequately on a difficult practical test (weapon proficiency, safe gun handling, first aid) these difficult tests must be impossible to pass without substantial preparation psych evaluation says ok pay fees re-test every five years senility or inability to control your weapons loses you your license no license? no gun. you may sell it to a licensed individual or the feds will buy it back with money from step 2 Step 2: tax the crap out of new guns, bullets, and bullet-making materials; use the money for a buyback-program Step 3: re-fund basic gun research (not ballistics research) Step 4: all guns must be insured Step 5: failing to responsibly own your gun makes you a liable accomplice if your weapon is used in a crime or simply liable if discharged accidentally. I don't care if it was stolen; you need to be responsible with this shit. Get a safe; get bars on your windows; it's your responsibility to ensure your guns don't get used for crime. Step 6: using a loaded or unloaded firearm to commit a crime gets you some ridiculous minimum sentence...I dunno, 20 or 30 years. Using an unlicensed gun to commit a crime adds a LOT to the sentence. Step 7: make room in the prisons by releasing minor drug offenders Step 8: pimpslap anyone who says "criminals simply won't follow these rules." Criminals don't follow the law by definition, idiot. Just because some assholes drive without a license, should we eliminate the driving license requirement? FUCK NO. None of this can happen at the federal level nor at the state level without a constitutional amendment, though. So don't worry, gun lovers.
  24. 2 points
    i'd have to agree. I thought we might get it with Marvin this year as well, but maybe it's not the General, it may be the colonels that needed to go. We'll see.
  25. 2 points
    Signed: Preston Brown Matt Barkley Lost: Andre Smith Katherine Webb Chris Smith Jeremy Hill Turnstile
  26. 2 points
  27. 2 points
    Hobknob had already declared the Bengals done spending after they re-signed Eifert. They then proceeded to sign two more UFA that will count against their precious comp picks. Goes to show how well he can read the tea leaves. I don't think it's very difficult to understand. It was widely reported that the Bengals had ample cap space as well as money rolled over from last season. Not to mention the savings from declining Pacman's option. The money was there if they were willing to spend it.
  28. 2 points
    If Eifert had managed to stay healthy for 16 games even with pedestrian stat line, he would have been a $9-10 Mil player to sign. Complaining about him getting $5 Mil is silly. We could easily go back a year and show all of the "Have to save money for Eifert's big deal" posts. This isn't 2001, and the cap isn't $80 Mil. It's a good deal for the Bengals. The only thing silly about this is the insistence that a team with almost $40 Mil to spend in FA is all tapped out after trading for a LT that's rather affordable and a TE that costs less than several of the league's backups. But that's the Bengal way of doing business.
  29. 2 points
    OK, moment's over, good feelings gone. I guess we'll just have to find some other ridiculously talented TE to limp, drool, play shuffleboard on cruise ships and sell advertising time on 700 WLW then. Maybe we can have Burfict hit Kroft in the head a few times until he "gets it".
  30. 2 points
    Class act. Glad he's back and a Bengal.
  31. 2 points
  32. 2 points
    He is the reason they make sand paper dildos. Just needs to be butt hurt about something.
  33. 2 points
  34. 2 points
    Patriots finally make a signing: BREAKING: Patriots Sign NFL Referee Carl Paganelli To 3-Year Deal Worth $12 Million http://dailysnark.com/breaking-patriots-sign-nfl-referee-paul-goldstein-3-year-deal-worth-12-million/
  35. 2 points
    He's 28. At a position where players do well into their mid-30s or even later. The price tag he carries is slightly less than what Whit went for at age 35. And while the injury thing is a gamble, he's had the surgery and is supposed to be field ready by May. So, I guess I see no good reason to just shit on this? Other than to keep being that guy who shits on everything? I miss the old t-dub, I guess.
  36. 2 points
    I'm happy he is gonna get a boyfriend, but lets remember he is in jail for defrauding rich people not for raising the price of his drugs to insane prices.
  37. 2 points
    Isn't a 4-3 DE with the most QB hits and batted passes in the last 5 years scarce too though? Also, only JJ Watt has him beat among ALL NFL DEs in QB hits, not just the 4-3 guys. I honestly think Carlos Dunlap is one of the most underrated players in the NFL even by Bengals fans. He's an 8 or so sacks, couple forced fumbles, always in the QBs face kind of guy year in and year out. Dude deserves more respect than he gets. I really think we need both here for a few more seasons. The defense is immediately much worse without either of them.
  38. 2 points
    They bought his story! What a bunch of maroons.
  39. 2 points
    Geoff Hobson just crunched the number using the new cap info and they have $2.34 to spend in free agency after accounting for all the implications supposed dumbasses like us don't understand.
  40. 2 points
    If the NFL, media, Pittsburgh franchise, anyone...was serious about player safety, they would lead every one of these press releases/stories with "Shazier, who injured himself by using the same spearing technique he employed throughout his career, is..."
  41. 2 points
    True, condoms are cheap - and free if you go to the health organizations, but the high schoolers working there that give them out have a tendency to be 'funny' and poke holes in them. Plus, dudes just won't wear them. The not-so-smart ones anyway. ANd the women get free birth control now so that's g - oh wait, the conservatives cut that out? Well, at least they can go to Planned Parenthood and get discounted OBGYN care and birth con- what you mean they are trying to defund that too? The idea that people are not gonna ball is naive and ridiculous, mang. I know you were being baseline factual, and people don't like abortion and people aren't going to stop having sex, so...
  42. 2 points
    It's almost like watching porn ...
  43. 2 points
    Yoo shouldn't lead with yer helmet; leading with yer helmet's bad, mmmkay?
  44. 2 points
  45. 2 points
    I can't blame you... and while I stated why I carry earlier, I feel the same way. I don't open carry because of the heroes and criminals in part. Too many cowboys looking for a reason to shoot someone. I also do not let people know if I am carrying, unless they ask me directly. Funny you should mention the kids birthday party... I went to one last month at a couples place who knew I carried. They asked me not to carry at the party, and when I showed them that I wasn't, they were surprised! I told them they shouldn't be surprised, because I knew there would be kids, alcohol (for the parents of course), and alcohol & guns are no no go. I had it in the truck, but there was no reason to carry at the party. The first line of defense should ALWAYS be to leave a situation that could be dangerous, and to call the "professionals"... police in most cases. Way too many guns in the hands of WAY too many fucking idiots. As far as taking responsibility... insurance should be required. I have it, because I'm not a dumbass.
  46. 2 points
    Fixed it for you.
  47. 2 points
  48. 2 points
    That flag should have been on Joey Porter. Can't help it if the refs are in the stealers' hip pockets.
  49. 2 points
  50. 2 points
    My God she's so cute, I just wanna wear matching pajamas and spoon with her on the couch while binge watching Greys Anatomy.

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