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  1. 1.26 - Jordan Love [QB; Utah State]

    I didn't think he was considered a running quarterback.
  2. TAPT Version 70.0 Steve Dowden follows the rules

    I thought he jumped the shark when he started training a giant lizard to do his rat killin'.
  3. 2020 Packers Defensive Backs

    When he first got here a reporter asked him what his best attribute was and his snapback answer was, “My brain!” And then he went on to talk about the filmwork he puts in and his ability to use that knowledge on the field. I think the NFL humbled him a bit last year, but it wouldn’t surprise me to see him pop off the screen quite a bit more this year.
  4. TAPT Version 70.0 Steve Dowden follows the rules

    Joshsitton: YaramiahYonsonbär—Guardbear
  5. 2020 Supplemental Draft

    Norm. It would be fun to sit next to you on a barstool while a good old fashioned barfight roared around us. Picking up your beer with your right hand as an unconscious body is slid down the bar and saving the peanuts with your left hand as you tell a funny story about that guy at work.
  6. TAPT Version 70.0 Steve Dowden follows the rules

    Watching some nature show I saw some divers filming themselves effing with a giant moray eel. One diver waves a fishy at the eel. Eel grabs the fish—and the diver’s thumb. Swallows both. Later found out that doctors took the guy’s big toe off and sewed it on his hand. Dang thing looked like a short thumb.
  7. TAPT Version 70.0 Steve Dowden follows the rules

    Hands up! Don’t bite!
  8. TAPT Version 70.0 Steve Dowden follows the rules

    You really have to read my poem ^ with Marshall Mathers voice rapping it.
  9. TAPT Version 70.0 Steve Dowden follows the rules

    Are we not men? Are we all wusses? To stand this talk of octopusses? Latin, Greek, and English scholars From Ivy Halls and Mountain Hollers Have honored in this way spectacular, A graceful beast with arms tentacular, By pluralizing, damn the what or why, The lot of them as OCTOPI!
  10. TAPT Version 70.0 Steve Dowden follows the rules

    Not disagreeing, really, but there are differences in the ticket-punching. The shark is more easily manipulated, given its piscine brain. A punch to the eye or snout might re-set its priority from feeding to avoidance. An orca, on the other hand, is processing information way differently. Generally, they seem to identify humans and watercraft as something different and avoid them. I’m not telling you something you don’t know obviously. I’m just pointing out that there is already a mammalian calculation evident in their relation to us. Should the calculation change and we become a hunted target... pfft! Better have a harpoon cannon in your back pocket to even things up, because they have home field advantage, they know our playbook, their brains are bigger, their brawn is like Katy Perry vs Refrigerator Perry, and they have generational memories stretching back eons while we can’t remember what we ate for breakfast yesterday.
  11. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    I did my part. I started Burn It Down T Shirts, a company dedicated to creating stylish attire for the socially woke. Peaceful protestors burned it down.
  12. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    On the subject of privacy invaded: My daughter and son in law and their north of Green Bay neighborhood of about thirty rural houses (acre lots gathered around a bar, a butcher shop, a gas station and a cemetery) have been experiencing the ongoing irritation of having an older man with some form of dementia walking about and raiding their mailboxes. Once they figured out who was doing it the sheriff was called. Looong story short, after about four months the daily complaints have been pi$$ing off the deputies who can’t arrest a mentally ill person, and out of a certain kind of compassion won’t force the economic hardship of psych hospitalization on his wife. The deputies constantly just get the **** he’s stolen and deliver it again. Even the local USPS could do nothing but call the irritated sheriff, rinse and repeat. Solution: the regional USPS inspector came up and is issuing locking mailboxes to everyone. I guess it’s pragmatic, but holy cow is that a long way around the actual issue.
  13. 2020 Packers Defensive Backs

    I think we had some confusion between Warner Bros’ Chip and Dale and The Chipmunks. Leaving the Chippendales out of the discussion entirely. Geez, Rick, I hope this is the dimensional timeline where Chandon Sullivan becomes an awesome cornerback for the Packers in 2020.
  14. 2020 Green Bay Packers OL

  15. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    I am agreeing with you. I’ve been on a jury that sprung a guy for killing his best friend accidentally. When they put you in that room to decide a person’s fate in a criminal case you get a copy of the charges and a complete and exact text of the Wisconsin statutes that pertain. In the jury room, if you are doing your duty, you don’t get to make up your own statutes and charges to match the facts as you understand them. Further, when the facts of the case don’t match up with ONE word—and words have to have meaning in a statute—and you are forced to find the defendant innocent, the people of the jury cannot make up a lesser charge that matches the facts. The jury is not the state. The jury represents the citizens, but the scope of their powers is narrow: guilty to crime as charged or innocent. If this were “Law and Order”, Sam Waterston would charge the other three with “Depraved Indifference”. But Minnesota isn’t New York.