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  1. Sports memorabilia

  2. Hello Colts fans!

    1. Nadine

      Nadine

      Hey stranger! Good to see you :highfive2:

    2. southwest1

      southwest1

      Nice to hear from you again Jaggedege. Welcome back! 

    3. jaggededge

      jaggededge

      Hi all!!!!!

  3. Ode To Reggie Wayne

    Hello Colts Faithful! I just wanted to send out a quick poem to thank Reggie for his years of faithful service to the Blue Horseshoe: Here is a shout to RW87, When you played the game as a Colt your fans were in pure heaven. From the time you were a rookie you learned the game and studied under Marvin, who was the best After 14 seasons as a veteran Colt, you gradually became the ultimate barometer for the receiver test. You showed up at training camp with smiles, waves, in race cars and sometimes wearing even camouflage But when it was time to play you would play through pain and bruises as long as there was no hemorrhage. You battled on the field like a true blue warrior and kept it real off the field as well, You are the very definition of inspiring and I bet Reggie Wayne gear will always sell. On the day you wiped the tears from your eye and television caught you weeping for the game We as fans knew you were a player by blood and would leave it all out on the field so we felt no shame. This ode is to you Reggie and I will support you regardless of whether you stop or chose to seek play Just promise us when it is all over you will come home to retire as an Indianapolis Colt one day. When things all play out you will come home to applause and cheers from Colts fans standing on their feet All of them realizing that when it came to you playing the game, you were a hard receiver to actually beat. So as the days draw closer and football season kicks off, keep your game and your head intact, Do not forget that no matter what you do or where you go we still will always consider you a class act. Jagged~
  4. Can the Colts win it all...this year?

    Excellent blog, Ken! Right on point! Glad to see I left this place for a brief spell in great hands!
  5. A Horseshoe & Luck, how can we lose?

  6. 002

    Peyton is a bust!
  7. Season 2013!

    1. Coltsince4

      Coltsince4

      It's about time this thing is starting up!! It feels like years to me??

  8. Mr. Ersay helping a bar ?

    Mark, first of all thanks for posting your blog. It is very well written, I can see why you posted what you felt but I disagree on the thinking it is a kick in the face.That bar to me is an Icon. I am glad he helped to delay unfortunately, the inevitable.All good things come to an end and the bar is still on borrowed time even with Irsay's intervention. Also, Mr Irsay, has done lots of good things for the community as well. Lastly, I do reside on the Northside but would hardly consider myself and some other frequenters of that bar as elitest. I go to the Blue Crew to watch a game or two when I am not attending Colts games.We also have welcomed wagon visitng Colts fans at that location and have had many Colts get togethers there. I think Jim Irsay reached out because he knows that bar may be just a bar to others but it is a lifeline for some. Again in my eyes and humble opinion, it is a sports historical icon, for all of the reasons I mentioned here. So it looks like we have to agree to disagree on this topic. Respectfully, Jag~
  9. What is on my mind? Not my hair....yuk yuk yuk..

  10. Excellent topic and as always point on analysis, Nadine. I would like to add that my late grandfather doled out to me some similiar words or nuggets of wisdom. He told me, "treat everybody like they are somebody and if by chance they prove themselves to be nobody still treat them as if they were simply anybody else.":) In other words, kill them with kindness and bowl them over with humor and intelligently agree to disagree on particular matters especially in the case of subjective material. I have learned that if we look for common ground and remember it is the subject matter and not the subject we may take issue with there is less area to find reasons to read someone the riot act...lol. Also, reinforcing one's argument with statistical information is a lot more convincing than capitalized letters or sarcasm or even condescending attacks. In hypothetical cases it is merely conjecture or opinion which is being challenged so we need to remember to respect each other and to understand we are entitled to our opinion. I like to follow these types of rules when engaging in conversations with others and it seems to help me to deal with others on the same level and with minimum issues. Just my .02. J~
  11. Super Bowl...what else??? :)

    1. BrentMc11
    2. southwest1

      southwest1

      It's getting close now...I can almost her the Natl. Anthem & military fly over...

  12. Colts/24/7

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    2. Coltsince4

      Coltsince4

      No you're not!! I'm not!!!!

    3. Emma

      Emma

      I wear my colts gear everyday!

    4. southwest1

      southwest1

      Nice True Blue INDY loyalty there Emma! :)

  13. Lol, tonight, I want the Patriots and Texans to lose.:)

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    2. PrincetonTiger
    3. Jay Kirk

      Jay Kirk

      lol it will make history

    4. Susie Q

      Susie Q

      Well it could end in a tie. We have already had one of those this year why not another. lol

  14. "It is indeed tough to lose while carrying a horse shoe on one's helmet and having a lot of Luck for good measure."- Jaggededge. Greetings all! I did a blog awhile back called, "Looking Forward To The Day That 'Luck' Runs Out For The Colts." http://forums.colts....-for-the-colts/ It was my first blog on this site. The blog was more of a play on words and it was tongue in cheek at the time. However, at this time the title of that blog may hold a very ominous overtone or meaning for Luck and the Colts. Since writing that blog, I have been busy and have yet to blog since then, that is until now. Although at that time I promised to follow that blog up with other enticing ones,I let myself and others down due to my time constraints. Therefore, here is a heartfelt apology and a quaint attempt to bring something of relevance to the table for you all to ponder. I think we all know the reality is becoming more and more probable with each win that Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts will draw Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos in the post season. I know where the Colts faithful stand, but my question is how will you feel at the end of the game for the loser whomever that might be? Are we ready to bury the proverbial hatchet past after these two meet in battle if it is the Football Gods call, or will we cringe every time these two draw each other in future games as we look for a game of oneupmanship? I am throwing this out here to take a fan pulse. I think the fans here will be in an emotional, torn and difficult state of mind when and if this day comes. Thoughts on how you will feel on this day? Also, who do you think wins this battle? The Lucky young frisky Colts or the Broncos that are well manned by Manning? I could see a scenario where Luck could run out yet again for the Colts or another upset stomach special for the Broncos as they are Orange-crushed, at home. Thoughts? Opinions? Feedback? The virtual floor is yours...... Jagged~