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post #1606 of 1718
Love the Gruden impression.

post #1607 of 1718
Thread Starter 
Saw that last night. Hilarious!

Jaws, Boomer, Belichick and Mel Kiper were dead on too.

Boomer was probably my favorite.
post #1608 of 1718
Was that Jamie Casino or the Punisher?
post #1609 of 1718
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Originally Posted by jrd617 View Post

Saw that last night. Hilarious!

Jaws, Boomer, Belichick and Mel Kiper were dead on too.

Boomer was probably my favorite.

The cat was named "Mr Brady" happy.gif
post #1610 of 1718
That was pretty good stuff. Good impressions are fun.
post #1611 of 1718
haha
I enjoyed this, and admire the investment of time required to achieve nothing but silly amusement.
(Apologies to the Lego Stitches.)
post #1612 of 1718
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Originally Posted by Gibonius View Post

The cat was named "Mr Brady" happy.gif

Not really an animal person, are you? smile.gif















(it's not a cat)
post #1613 of 1718
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Not really an animal person, are you? smile.gif

(it's not a cat)

Man, you're right. Must not have been paying that close attention.
post #1614 of 1718
To busy staring into Brady's dreamy eyes, I see
post #1615 of 1718
In my defense, I'm not convinced that dogs that size should really count as dogs.
post #1616 of 1718
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In my defense, I'm not convinced that dogs that size should really count as dogs.

 

Not counting as dogs doesn't default them to being cats! That is insulting to cats. 

post #1617 of 1718
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In my defense, I'm not convinced that dogs that size should really count as dogs.
Truth.
post #1618 of 1718



 

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Coaches at the University of Missouri divided players into small groups at a preseason football practice last year for a team-building exercise. One by one, players were asked to talk about themselves — where they grew up, why they chose Missouri and what others might not know about them. As Michael Sam, a defensive lineman, began to speak, he balled up a piece of paper in his hands. “I’m gay,” he said. With that, Mr. Sam set himself on a path to become the first publicly gay player in the National Football League. 

 

“I looked in their eyes, and they just started shaking their heads —like, finally, he came out,” Mr. Sam said Sunday in an interview with The New York Times, the first time he spoke publicly about his sexual orientation. Mr. Sam, a 6-foot-2, 260-pound senior, went on to a stellar season for Missouri, which finished 12-2 and won the Cotton Bowl. He was named a first-team all-American. He was the defensive player of the year in the Southeastern Conference, widely considered the top league in college football. Teammates voted him Missouri’s most valuable player. Now Mr. Sam enters an uncharted area of the sports landscape. He is making his public declaration before he is drafted, to the potential detriment to his professional career. And he is doing so as he prepares to enter a league with an overtly macho culture, where controversies over homophobia have attracted recent attention. As the pace of the gay rights movement has accelerated drastically in recent years, the sports industry has seen relatively little change, with no publicly gay male athletes in the N.F.L., the N.B.A., the N.H.L. or Major League Baseball. 

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/02/10/sports/michael-sam-college-football-star-says-he-is-gay-ahead-of-nfl-draft.html

post #1619 of 1718
^^^Good for him.
post #1620 of 1718
^^ Good for him. I wish him the best in his NFL career (though the selfish part of me as a sports fan hopes this costs him enough in the draft so that NE can pick him up). Guy is a stud defensive player.
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