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  1. Least Favorite Popular Movies

    Yeah, well your favorite movie (whatever it is) is a derivative piece of trash.
  2. Was Super Bowl LIII "boring"?

    Was going to essentially write this. Goff had the composure of a wet paper towel, and Brady looked social security eligible until the last 5 minutes of the game. Both defensive lines were balling though. Ill give the game that.
  3. The Oscars

    Beale Street and Barry Jenkins were straight robbed. Ridiculous. ROMA should easily clean up Best Cinematography, Best Director and Best Picture. But the Academy will probably baulk at rewarding Netflix, so some mediocre "#3 on everyones list" like Green Book or Bohemian Rhapsody is gonna win. Gross. My Hopes: [1st and 2nd] Picture: Roma (The Favorite) Actor: Christian Bale Actress: Olivia Colman (Yalitza Aparicio) Supporting Actor: Adam Driver Supporting Actress: Rachel Weisz (Emma Stone) Director: Alfonso Cuaron Adapted SP: If Beale Street Could Talk (BlacKKKlansman) Original SP: The Favorite (Vice) Cinema: Roma (the Favorite)
  4. Movies & TV News/Buzz Thread

    Im legit mad Beale Street got snubbed on BP, and Jenkins got left out of DB. I have seen (and liked) Blackkklansman, Black Panther and Vice, Beale Street is WAY more deserving than those three. And based on other people reactions, way more deserving than Green Book and Bohemian Rhapsody. Roma better win dammit.
  5. Super Bowl LIII: Rams vs. Patriots - Poll Added!

    Can the earth just …. I don't know, implode on itself or get hit by a cosmic ray?
  6. Currently 172, spent the last few years fluctuating between 168-174. [6'0 height. 31 waist] Little story, in High School I was 155. In college and my early 20s I ate like I was playing sports year around [I wasn't] and ballooned up 190. Moved to Korea and underwent an entire lifestyle change, dropped down to 160. In the last three years my Diet/exercise habits changed [not as good as before] but I also started lifting weights, moved into my current weight point. Still want to slim down in the mid section, but I have been happy with my bulking in the arms and shoulders.
  7. Former Broncos 1st round QB Paxton Lynch signs with Seahawks

    Not the first time JSPC have taken fliers on failed high profile/ picks in the dire straits of their career. Mike Williams, Dion Jordan, Terrell Pryor, Robert Gallery. All to varying degrees of success or lack there of. For Pax, I think its just Seattle scouring the field for backup arms. Brett Hundley is a UFA, so they are probably going to bring in a few guys as insurance in case they cant resign (or wont) him.
  8. 2019 College Football Championship | #2 Clemson vs #1 Alabama

    97% Sure that was a scene from Idiocracy and NOT real life.
  9. What movie are you watching?

  10. What movie are you watching?

    If Beale Street Could Talk. Amazing. Such a feast for the eyes. Barry Jenkins is now in my pantheon, I need to see everything he does from now one. Now, it seems Hollywood is pushing up Hurwitz as the next "Great Composer" but I enjoy Nicholas Britells stuff WAY more.
  11. Eagles vs. Saints: Divisional Round

    That POS turf is the Saints MVP right now. Jeezus
  12. Eagles vs. Saints: Divisional Round

    My body is ready BDN, show me the magic.
  13. Chargers vs Patriots: Divisional Round

    What the heck! I was promised a Patriot demise.
  14. 2019 NFL Draft Talk

    Just my two cents... 1. Defensive line depth // playmakers All depends on the Clark situation. The Staff seems pretty confident in being able to resign him. Even if they do, the unit as a whole needs some more talent. Stephens is a UFA and is just ok. Poona Ford played well, but seems like more of a solid role player. Naz Jones was a ghost this year so who knows. Rasheem Green was also a ghost so you obviously cant expect much moving forward. Dion Jordan is made of glass. Jarren Reed is a UFA after 2020. Something to keep tabs on. Jefferson was ok but Seattle could and should upgrade here. Jacob Martin was a nice find in 6th round, and seems to be a solid pass rushing specialist Honestly, the major drawback of this team was they couldn't replace Michael Bennett. Teams were able to attack the edges. Missing on McDowell really set things back. 2. Wide Receiver The team only really goes 3 deep. Jarron Brown was used like TE-Flex. David Moore flashed a lot, but it would be nice to add another playmaker here to ensure the unit maintains high productivity. There was a noticeable drop in play if Doug wasn't on the field. More talent here please. 3. Guard Sweezy and Fluker are both UFA. Now, Simmons definitely showed enough to warrant a serious look here longterm. But he will be coming off an injury. I think Seattle can and should resign Fluker. Sweezy did a yeomans effort this year, but Seattle can upgrade at that position. 4. Slot Corner Justin Coleman is a UFA and I cant see Seattle spending $$$ on bringing him back. He will command a sizable contract on the open market. That being said, Akeem King really stepped up big here, and offers an interesting skill set [matched up on TEs]. But Seattle always takes a flier on athletes in the secondary.
  15. The Mock: Kyler Murray Edition (With Trades)

    I sound like a broken record at this point but whatevs Seattle 1. Seattle had depth and talent issues along the defensive line all year. Frank Clark is a UFA, Stephens (other starter) is a UFA, Jarran Reed is a UFA in 2020. Seattle needs a replacement for the bungled McDowell (who was supposed to replace Bennett) pick from 2016. They also need another DT as well. 2. Seattle is set at LT [Duane Brown] and RTs Ifedi and Fant are both still under contract next year. 3. Jon Schneider's draft style has always been to trade down out the 1st. TBH, any mock that doesn't have Seattle trading down is wrong. Especially considering Seattle has no 2nd round pick. Overall I just don't understand how anyone that watched Seattle this year walks away saying RT is the most important need in the draft. Are we still building mocks with 2016 NFL memes?