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I think this is a chicken/egg thing. Is it because Cutler plays poorly, resulting in coaching changes, or is it trigger happy management?
There's still The Curse of Cutler. And the the Cheese, at whom they always seem to be looking up in the standings.
Cheese Down.
75. High Lonesome 1962 Louis L'Amour High Lonesome is the scene of a battle between Apaches; a man and his daughter traveling across the desert to start a new life; and a band of outlaw heading to Mexico after a very successful bank robbery. The outlaws choose to come to the aid of the settlers instead of continuing on their journey. The Apaches are driven off and only the man, daughter, and one of the outlaws remain. The daughter has fallen for the outlaw. Pretty...
74. Reilly's Luck 1970 Louis L'Amour Professional gambler takes in Val Durrant and raises him. When Reilly is killed in a contract murder, Durrant carries on in the fashion he was taught and makes a life for himself. One of the better L'Amours I've read.
73. Down the Long Hills Louis L'Amour 1968 A 7 yr old boy and 3 yr old girl escape a wagon train destroyed by Indians. They make their way back to safety with all sorts of improbable events, including a big red horse that fights for them. Pretty Shitty Book.
72. The Investigators W.E.B. Griffin 1997 Badge of Honor- Det. Payne solves 2 cases and commits gross penis misconduct. However, the felon he's involved with just happens to succumb in a shoot out at the end of the book. 2 books, 2 dead girlfriends. This one strained credulity even more than a normal thriller or other Griffin books. It weighs in at 578 pp, and unless you're reading the whole series, I wouldn't recommend it.
71. Guns of the Timberlands Louis L'Amour 1955 Rancher vs. a logger in this thrilling saga. Rancher wins after much sturm und drang, thereby winning the logger's girl in the process. There were a couple of loose ends, but I still liked the story, and prefer LLA's earlier work.
your man crush...
huh?
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