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post #30031 of 45321

Twin Peaks! I'm watching it right now and am obsessed. I'm also sad because I know it will end. I guess I would say that I am more content than happy.

 

also:

 

  • this cup of starbucks 
  • the dudes ill spend some time with today
  • i just some new chinos and i dont know why i got them in black but im confident with the fit 
post #30032 of 45321
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Originally Posted by ShoutOutsFoMyBo View Post

Twin Peaks! I'm watching it right now and am obsessed. I'm also sad because I know it will end. I guess I would say that I am more content than happy.

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Warning, it dips a bit in quality in the second season, but definitely stick around for the finale.
post #30033 of 45321
wes welker. signed with. the broncos.
post #30034 of 45321

I smell like a million bucks.

post #30035 of 45321
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wes welker. signed with. the broncos.

its weird because wes is one of my favorite players ever, but then again he's got miles on him, an ACL repair, and his bell rung almost every week with major hits. i think all of the 12mil is guaranteed and the new white receiver [scrappy team first guy!] the pats signed only really has 10million guaranteed (of his "30 million" contract). but hot damn is manning going to feast on defenses with welker.
post #30036 of 45321
Very nsfw: http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=rTIorwtJbhE&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DrTIorwtJbhE

The easily offended will not enjoy it, but it sums up a lot of thoughts I'm having about Catholicism recently.
post #30037 of 45321
exam fees paid this morning, now I just have to schedule.

Also, got a call out of the blue from someone looking to hire. Sounds like a good opportunity, and I'm finding it hard to remain professionally skeptical when my first reaction is OMG!

And we may finally be selling the ol' rent house, which will be nice. And the Mrs is really putting her back into reclaiming the back yard, which had this awful fence the state had mandated we have - feh! Planning to put up a greenhouse as well. And, oh, we have a new pope - and he's a Jesuit which I think is a good direction. Dog and toddler are sleeping through the night, too.
post #30038 of 45321
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exam fees paid this morning, now I just have to schedule.

Also, got a call out of the blue from someone looking to hire. Sounds like a good opportunity, and I'm finding it hard to remain professionally skeptical when my first reaction is OMG!

And we may finally be selling the ol' rent house, which will be nice. And the Mrs is really putting her back into reclaiming the back yard, which had this awful fence the state had mandated we have - feh! Planning to put up a greenhouse as well. And, oh, we have a new pope - and he's a Jesuit which I think is a good direction. Dog and toddler are sleeping through the night, too.

cheers.gif
post #30039 of 45321
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Originally Posted by Thomas View Post

exam fees paid this morning, now I just have to schedule.

Also, got a call out of the blue from someone looking to hire. Sounds like a good opportunity, and I'm finding it hard to remain professionally skeptical when my first reaction is OMG!

And we may finally be selling the ol' rent house, which will be nice. And the Mrs is really putting her back into reclaiming the back yard, which had this awful fence the state had mandated we have - feh! Planning to put up a greenhouse as well. And, oh, we have a new pope - and he's a Jesuit which I think is a good direction. Dog and toddler are sleeping through the night, too.
You're on a roll Thomas. cheers.gif
post #30040 of 45321
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Originally Posted by LawrenceMD View Post

its weird because wes is one of my favorite players ever, but then again he's got miles on him, an ACL repair, and his bell rung almost every week with major hits. i think all of the 12mil is guaranteed and the new white receiver [scrappy team first guy!] the pats signed only really has 10million guaranteed (of his "30 million" contract). but hot damn is manning going to feast on defenses with welker.

that is what i am hoping.

and the ravens all but dismantled their team, what was that all about? do they think flacco is that good?
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You're on a roll Thomas. cheers.gif

+1. great stuff, t-bird.
post #30041 of 45321
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and the ravens all but dismantled their team, what was that all about? do they think flacco is that good?
+1. great stuff, t-bird.

You can't lose a QB who just won the Super Bowl.
post #30042 of 45321
I think Welker is a bit of a system WR. He wasn't all that great with Miami. He'll put up some good numbers in Denver, but I don't think NE is losing much by going to Amendola in the slot.
post #30043 of 45321
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Originally Posted by munchausen View Post

You can't lose a QB who just won the Super Bowl.

of course, but did they have to lose everyone else?
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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser View Post

I think Welker is a bit of a system WR. He wasn't all that great with Miami. He'll put up some good numbers in Denver, but I don't think NE is losing much by going to Amendola in the slot.

i dont really care what happens to NE without him, i just think he will be great will manning and it will really open up the denver offense more for decker.
post #30044 of 45321
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Wow! Where? When will you know for sure?

I have to go overseas for this bad boy.
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Originally Posted by Thomas View Post

Interesting that we have the First South American Pope.

I'm kinda stoked.
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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser View Post

I think Welker is a bit of a system WR. He wasn't all that great with Miami. He'll put up some good numbers in Denver, but I don't think NE is losing much by going to Amendola in the slot.

Nope, Tom Brady still has like 5 top-flight TEs, not to mention Rob Gronkowski who is arguably the best offensive weapon ATM. Still want a good deep threat, but oh well. Also a better defense.
post #30045 of 45321
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Originally Posted by munchausen View Post

Warning, it dips a bit in quality in the second season, but definitely stick around for the finale.

Truth, if by "dips" you mean "falls off a cliff". I hated the finale, but that's not to say he shouldn't watch it . . .
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