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View Poll Results: Who is the best QB in NFL history????
Joe Montana 21 55.26%
Dan Marino 2 5.26%
Brett Favre 4 10.53%
Dan Fouts 3 7.89%
Steve Young 1 2.63%
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Old August 24th, 2003, 05:32 PM   #31
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Krangthebrain, I thought we were enjoying a little friendly TEAM insult time, but I can see by your personal attacks that you have to resort to childish behaviors. You have no class.

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The football SMACK forum: If you're visiting this site, and just want to talk some smack about the Cards, or any other NFL team, this is the place!

I hope that answers your question about why I am here. Now excuse me as I talk with the adults.



Shawn, you know your NFL history well. Bravo. Glad to see that there is at least one intelligent poster.

Wow, I guess Brown's fans have thin skin.

Hey buddy, you're the one who called the Cardinals the sorriest team in the NFL. And you relentlessly have said that Arizona doesn't have a pro team (yeah that team that beat the Browns a few years ago).

So I asked you, why waste your time on a site devoted to a team that you think is sorry. If you can't handle what I figured to be joking, fine I don't care.




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Old August 24th, 2003, 09:14 PM   #32
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Wow, I guess Brown's fans have thin skin.

Hey buddy, you're the one who called the Cardinals the sorriest team in the NFL. And you relentlessly have said that Arizona doesn't have a pro team (yeah that team that beat the Browns a few years ago).

So I asked you, why waste your time on a site devoted to a team that you think is sorry. If you can't handle what I figured to be joking, fine I don't care.
No, Krangthebrain it is not about being thin skinned or the Cardinals being the sorriest NFL team over the past 15 years or even about your brand of joking. It is about respecting other people. Notice how I never once made any insulting remark about you, but it only took 4 post before you began insulting me as a person and not my football team. And when you were called on it, you don't even bother to offer an apology. Instead all you do is try and make excuses as if I began the personal attacks.

Krangthebrain, I have already answered your question why I am here. If you haven't read it please don't ask a second a time. I prefer not to converse with people who are disrespectful of others, then refuse to admit fault and choose not to accept responsibility for their actions and words.

Krangthebrain, if you can't behave like an adult please don't address any more posts to me. I prefer to have some good-hearted clean, respectful fun with fellow football fans.
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Old August 24th, 2003, 09:57 PM   #33
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No, Krangthebrain it is not about being thin skinned or the Cardinals being the sorriest NFL team over the past 15 years or even about your brand of joking. It is about respecting other people. Notice how I never once made any insulting remark about you, but it only took 4 post before you began insulting me as a person and not my football team. And when you were called on it, you don't even bother to offer an apology. Instead all you do is try and make excuses as if I began the personal attacks.

Krangthebrain, I have already answered your question why I am here. If you haven't read it please don't ask a second a time. I prefer not to converse with people who are disrespectful of others, then refuse to admit fault and choose not to accept responsibility for their actions and words.

Krangthebrain, if you can't behave like an adult please don't address any more posts to me. I prefer to have some good-hearted clean, respectful fun with fellow football fans.
Ok, I'm sorry, but this is the Bird Droppings forum.

And I stand by the Ravens comment. The franchise moved away and won a Super Bowl, and I thought that was quite ironic, seeing the fact that you guys sucked while the old Browns were dominating the league.
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Old August 24th, 2003, 09:58 PM   #34
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And BTW, call me Krang, the resident ******* on this board.

Ryanwb might disagree with that, but I truly believe that I'm the biggest ass on this forum.
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Old August 24th, 2003, 10:41 PM   #35
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Ok, I'm sorry, but this is the Bird Droppings forum.
Is this really that difficult to understand?

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The football SMACK forum: If you're visiting this site, and just want to talk some smack about the Cards, or any other NFL team , this is the place!

I can't believe that you do not understand that this particular forum is not just about the Cardinals. Notice I am not posting in the Arizona Cardinals forum. Why? Because I have nothing good to say about them.
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And I stand by the Ravens comment. The franchise moved away and won a Super Bowl, and I thought that was quite ironic, seeing the fact that you guys sucked while the old Browns were dominating the league.
If you think it hurt you are wrong. My team always was, is and will forever be the CLEVELAND Browns. The only thing that hurt were the years they didn't play football in CLEVELAND.

I never mentioned anything about your Ravens comment. The day Modell announced he was moving the Browns out of CLEVELAND I stopped liking that team. A few years later, I was actually thrilled, thankful and overjoyed that the Modell moved my team away because of one player. Ray Lewis. No way I would ever want that murdering scum wearing a Browns uniform or respresenting Cleveland. And NO, I woiuld not want to win a Super Bowl with him as a player or coach in any capacity.

If you don't mind I think I would prefer to call you, Tomas Guantero.
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And BTW, call me Krang, the resident ******* on this board.

Ryanwb might disagree with that, but I truly believe that I'm the biggest ass on this forum.
You can have the title, I am on double secret probation
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If you don't mind I think I would prefer to call you, Tomas Guantero.
Krang isn't that your real name? What a loser this guy is
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Old August 25th, 2003, 12:37 AM   #38
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Old August 25th, 2003, 05:32 AM   #39
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Hmm...That's not my name.

Nice try though. You're one of the **** guys...Are you Matt?
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Old August 25th, 2003, 05:35 AM   #40
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Krang isn't that your real name? What a loser this guy is
He is referring to my Mexican alias.

My real name is the English version, Tom Glover.

Thomas means twin in aramaic, and was the doubter of Jesus in the New Testament. Glover is an English guild name. Some of my ancestors were glove makers/leather workers.
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He is referring to my Mexican alias.

My real name is the English version, Tom Glover.

Thomas means twin in aramaic, and was the doubter of Jesus in the New Testament. Glover is an English guild name. Some of my ancestors were glove makers/leather workers.
So that must mean that you are "one who doubts gloves".

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So that must mean that you are "one who doubts gloves".

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So that must mean that you are "one who doubts gloves".

Shawn
That's almost monty python-like.
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That's almost monty python-like.
Don't drag Monty Python into this sordid mess - please.

And now for something completely different....

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Never met someone who wasn't a fan of Monty Python before. I always thought those guys were the funniest thing on TV with their Monty Python's Flying Circus show. They were the Johnny U of comedy troops.
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