gonna be a nice sports weekend. Got tickets to the pre-season Nuggets vs Clippers tomorrow night, get to see Blake Griffin YAM on McGee
And i got my Broncos-Saints tickets for Sunday night football. Manning vs Brees. They're calling for snow here in Denver.
Last edited by youngchew; October-24th-2012 at 08:10 AM.
@ ML, i see McGee out here LOL. He worked out with Hakeem for a month this summer, let's hope he learned a few things. he's got the physical gift of being an agile 7 footer....if only he could get his head in the game. [insert the "Javele McGee is the dumbest player in the nba youtube video]
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Last edited by Mr. Sinister; October-24th-2012 at 09:25 AM.
I love dogs, but barking dogs at 7:28 in the morning make me want to rip their lungs out. What the hell are their owners thinking? Do they not hear them? So damn rude. Happens on the weekends too.
Be glad you don't live in my neighborhood. Everyone has dogs. We have large yards, and that must mean you have to own a dog. Every single one of my neighbors dogs bark. When one isn't barking another one takes its spot. I've approached all of neighbors nicely and only one of them have been nice enough to do something about it. The other people don't care.
I went to one neighbors house and I tell him his dog barks at me every time I walk out my back door and I asked him to do something about it. He asks "My dog? Are you sure it is my dog?" I was about to hit him upside his damn head. I came really close.
I have come to loathe dog owners. I know very few that stop their dogs from barking. I used to live on a busy road. The car noise was nicer than listening to barking dogs. The car noise was more like white noise. If it wasn't for the dogs, my community would be dead silent and that is not hyperbole. You could here a pin drop.
Also, I own dogs, and they keep their yaps shut when outside. I cannot wait to move. These people are the rudest pieces of junk.
My neighbor in Minnesota would leave their dogs outside and they barked constantly, day and night. As soon as that ended, my downstairs neighbor who works the night shift got a dog who literally barked ALL ****ING NIGHT while the woman was at work. It was absolutely miserable.
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I'm often amazed (and admittedly fall victim to it occasionally) at how much the medeia praises a player can set off the sensitivity in som epeople to the point of manufacturing ghosts. I didn't see too many people saying "Yippie! We almost won!" on this board, yet we have some idiot come out of nowhere and troll the board as if we were completely satisfied, just because he saw some flamboyant talking heads on ESPN praising RG3. Misplaced hatred can be deadly.
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Last edited by Mr. Sinister; October-24th-2012 at 02:23 PM.
You're story sinister reminds me that I might be the mean neighbor. I was in my room on the comp while my niece (3 years ole) and nephew (7 years ole) we're play outside with some neighbor kids. My nephew goes in side real quick and I hear my niece say something about her dad. And I hear a little kid say shut up. I got mad, but wasn't quite sure I heard it right. Then I hear my niece say something again, and again some little kid tells her to shut up. At this point am furious. I'm usually a well tempered guy but some kid telling my niece to shut on our front yard made me mad. So I got up open the door and yell "Don't you dare tell my niece to shut up" kid got frighten. His older brother or something told me that he already told him to not say that and that we won't be saying it again. I told him alright and went inside.
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