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    OT: N.F.L. or McCain?



    What will you be watching tomorrow night? Opening night of the 2008 NFL or the R.N.C. with John McCain's acceptance speech?

    Also O'Reilly will be interviewing Obama on the Factor.

    What will people be watching?








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    Re: OT: N.F.L. or McCain?

    Probably flip around between all three. Non-Ravens NFL games get harder and harder to watch every year. Throw in Tony K. and you have an unwatchable product. Parity has really lower the quality of play around the league.




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    Re: OT: N.F.L. or McCain?

    Last edited by Mista T; 09-03-2008 at 06:33 PM.
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    Re: OT: N.F.L. or McCain?

    I knew this wasnt going to turn out good ....

    Can this get moved to where it belongs -- in the politics forum?
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    Re: OT: N.F.L. or McCain?

    You get your wish Galen?

    You baited one person into what you wanted.

    PP




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    Re: OT: N.F.L. or McCain?

    Houston your new avatar made me .
    Festivus

    His definitions and arguments were so clear in his own mind that he was unable to understand how any reasonable person could honestly differ with him.




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    Re: OT: N.F.L. or McCain?

    Goodness Houston I thought I'd never see that pic of Miss Squeeler pig again.
    Thanks for ruining that hope for my retinas of returning to normal.
    And the bile from building in my throat to mammoth proportions again.
    Put the smile back on your face.This is a 60 minute ball game.




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    Re: OT: N.F.L. or McCain?

    Not even close. Football before politics.

    I watch CNN/FOX/MSNBC/C-SPAN etc... all day and get my fill of political rhetoric from all sides of the spectrum.

    A man has to keep his priorities in order.

    UNLEASH THE BEASTS!!!!




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    Re: OT: N.F.L. or McCain?

    Quote Originally Posted by purplepoe View Post
    You get your wish Galen?

    You baited one person into what you wanted.

    PP
    I hope the hook didn't hurt you too much.








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    Re: OT: N.F.L. or McCain?

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    I knew this wasnt going to turn out good ....

    Can this get moved to where it belongs -- in the politics forum?
    It belongs in here as much as the politics forum. Its a legitimate football question.








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    Re: OT: N.F.L. or McCain?

    Quote Originally Posted by Galen Sevinne View Post
    I hope the hook didn't hurt you too much.
    Please.

    You got your wish with someone bashing the GOP and then this turned into a thread about a fat steeler chick.

    I'm sure the smile on your face from pyite's post is still lingering.

    Keep your political talk in the politics forum.

    And don't pretend this isn't a political thread.

    PP




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    Wink Re: OT: N.F.L. or McCain?

    Probably just glance at McCain and NFL if I stay awake that late. No interest in a TV journalist interviewing a politician. I don't watch other NFL games often, unless they directly impact the Ravens. And political conventions are too long-winded ... easier to read the summaries and catch video snips if anything worthwhile was stated.
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