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  1. 9 points
    As my news feed scrolled past revealing the events of the day, there it was. Bengals-Dolphins. My mind reeled - could it be the end of the season already? Alas dear friends, you'll have to find new reasons to drink after this weekend. As the great philosopher Roy Orbison once howled, "It's over, over, over." Ahhhh, look at them funny white people sway to easy listening. Anyhoo. Gonna be hard to make Christmas dinner after the way they fucked this turkey. Gonna be hard to swallow, but that's what you get for sucking all year long. Shout out to my boy, Zac Taylor. 1-15. I feel for you. All of those plays worked in electronic football, why did they seem to fail in the NFL? Joe Mixon seen here converting 3rd and 20 on a shotgun draw Mike Brown. The Grim Reaper won't have to tiptoe 'round the trophy case when he comes to get you. I hope they find you died while jerking-off to pictures of Hitler. I'm going to assume they did, but they're keeping it quiet. Katie and Troy, we fans just don't get how hard it is to run a Billion and a half dollar business you were gifted by virtue of coming from one of Mike Brown's gonads. The fans owe you loyalty and understanding more than you owe them competence. Now, let's raise the price of luxury seats again because $30 Million a year for doing nothing isn't economically feasible. Andy and AJ, thanks for your time in stripes boys. Side Note: I was in Paris and caught a French dude wearing an AJ Green jersey. Asked if he was a fan and he said "No, it was just the coolest looking jersey in the store." Still the coolest jerseys. They just have the stink of being around some ugly football. Better luck in 2020 Bengals. You're going to need it. A lot. Skill might not hurt too, just throwing that out there.
  2. 9 points
    You're like a guy who just got a blow job and is upset she didn't brush her teeth. Breathe. Relax. Learn to enjoy the little things.
  3. 9 points
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  4. 9 points
    [quote name='Xombie' timestamp='1310086773' post='1000006'] The only problem with this is the fact that [b]our collective laziness and inflated sense of worth[/b] "bars" many of our healthy, unemployed to take jobs they find demeaning and the sea of job opportunity [b]has evolved[/b] to be service industry-centric, which, in many cases, is truly underemployment. The American workforce of today must accept some responsibility for [b]pricing themselves out of jobs[/b], and not solely blame corporate greed. 40-50 years ago, and this quote would be spot on. Now, at best, it is very debatable. [/quote] The first bolded statement seems rather presumptuous, the second is loaded as if there was a natural progression as opposed to concerted efforts on behalf of the suppliers to eliminate labor (costs), and the third can be seen as dishonest because in many cases we never see a decline in corporate revenue, in fact we see bold increases as jobs are eliminated or shipped elsewhere. As I've come to understand it, from the beginning of the industrial revolution until the 1970s there was generally an increase in American workforce welfare. Representation in legislation, safety conditions in work environments, child labor laws, wage increases all brought the general welfare of the labor force up. But since the dawn of globalization the welfare of the worker has not risen at the same rate as the profit of corporations. What examples can you offer that would help me believe "Americans priced themselves out of jobs" as opposed to "Corporations seized the opportunity to exploit slavery abroad." I'd be inclined to believe that if corporate profits grew at a relatively stable rate from a time prior to globalization through now as opposed to the exponential growth "hockey stick" graphs that their profits were soon reported as once they abandoned the symbiotic relationship they developed with American labor and leeched onto slave labor abroad.
  5. 8 points
    Now I remember why I ignored your dumb ass before here and on other boards. Sad you have to wallow in negativity but enjoy.
  6. 8 points
    Hey guys. I'm kind of new here, but Phil is my grandfather. I was adopted by his son, Steve Samp, in 2004, so I don't remember meeting him, and I don't know a lot about him. I have been reading some of the posts on here about him, and it makes me so so happy to know that people still remember him. Thank you so so much.
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