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God, give me patience today. If given strength I may beat someone to death.
All of this over what? HJas Tunsil committed yet? And yesDukie does have a point. Liner was the biggest thug in the state not too long ago. Now he is a beast in the making. It's just comical.
Eat clean. Train Hard.
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I'll send you a coffee mug and a pen, bud. You're in the fan club now.
When you do these threads on tBB I always get this mental image of Rush Limbaugh kicked back in a chair smoking a stogie.
So ... sign the mug?
Sure. I'll make sure to use it while I laugh at you getting worked on tBB by Nova.
Another of NoVa's ball suckers. Nice to meet you. Don't think that's ever happened though.
Hopefully it won't take you 4 pages to realize you're a dumbass this time.
EDIT: Should say "this time." You and squirrels have a lot in common
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by BayTider 14 months ago
I think Ole Miss is probably dirty as hell. For crying out loud, Ed Orgeron was their head coach.
That having been said, some BOL posters have been downright comical. Classic example is suddenly elevating Clay Travis to the status of respected journalist with integrity and posting his articles as if they are the gospel truth, with no support, just because he now has a hard-on for Ole Miss...as if T Town Menswear never happened.
I posted several weeks ago, back when Nkemdiche was wavering from Clemson, about his Nigerian background, his mother's leaving Georgia to go back and get involved in politics in a wealthy oil producing state in the most corrupt nation on the planet, and cultural tradition of helping your cronies and how that related to Nkemdiche wanting to take his HS teammates along. Having worked with and having been associated with as many Nigerians as I have been, if Nkemdiche and his parents don't have their hands out, I would be shocked. That's the main reason why I have never been particularly interested in seeing Nkemdiche at Alabama.
It's a football message board, and obviously it's a legitmate topic of conversation. But if there's anything to all of these suspicions there will be enough credible sorces out there to reference. No need to act like barners.
OK. You're the man, BayTider. I'm not sure which discussion you're talking about - I guess maybe the one where he said he didn't think Barrett Jones and Fluker were great players, then backpedaled and said he did. But if it makes you feel good to hitch your wagon to that guy, go right ahead. An internet troll is your hero. Solid.
As for the discussion at hand, seems like a lot of people agree with me. But you're welcome to whatever opinion you want, and if you want to call me a dumbass, go ahead e-badboy.
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