Favorite post of this page Lollygager.
Uh huh. A great new addition to Jimmy's collection.
I have to ask this question. I apologize in advance if it's a dumb question, but can Jimmy play guitar well or does he merely accumulate them for display purposes only? I don't care either way.
I always wanna know how talented music enthusiasts really are. I applaud Jimmy whatever his level of artistic expertise truly is.
Yeah I don't really care about the list either. I just think people give Luck too much of a pass on here over that injury stuff. He just openly admitted he played bad before the injuries. Everybody has stuff they fight through. He just had a down year.. a year where having 250 yards and 2 touchdowns correlates has a "outstanding" game. I know he'll be much better next year though.
If you didn't want to elaborate, all you had to do is say so. Just say precisely what you mean or forget it. I've got better things to do besides trying to decipher some military code.
No, I did not. I merely presented an alternate reason for the accident. Fatigue. Did I claim your views were unfounded? No. Did I coerce you into accepting my theory as the ultimate cause for Tipton's death? No. An alternate perspective is hardly twisting what you said.
I agree with the bulk of what you say here Jason. Firearms should be handled with respect & care. Tipton bears some responsibility in his own untimely demise sure. However, fatigue isn't always synonymous with carelessness in my book though. Life is rarely that black & white. There's a lot of grey out there. Say you have a demolition expert in charge of collapsing an outdated casino building to dust. He sets the charges, clears the area, yells fire in the hole!, & brings the structure down. He had a long weekend on vacation with his wife & kids, feels a little drowsy, but he's a seasoned pro. Now, if some of the charges didn't go off as planned, is he negligent or careless? No, sometimes wiring shorts out no matter what a professional does. True, the difference in my hypothetical scenario is that nobody died or lost their life prematurely.
Here's my point: Fatigue isn't always carelessness. Sometimes, a person is just overconfident due to doing several jobs without a glitch & as a result, drowsiness isn't always seen as a weakness or liability.
Good for Doug.
From a late in the recruiting process commitment to Stanford, to a rise and then a fall at Stanford as he got into and then worked his way out of Jim Harbaugh's dog house....
Then he stayed and played really well his senior year with Luck under David Shaw....
Still... Baldwin went undrafted, and didn't get an offer from Harbaugh who was then with the 49ers.
Baldwin worked and worked and worked and got a nice 3-year deal for about $13 Mil.... and now, two years into that deal, they've apparently extended him to the tune of 4/46 with about 24 guaranteed. Now, that's earning serious money the hard way!
Good for Doug!
I love when good things happen to good people!
Looks like some new faces on the board!! Welcome to all of you I have missed this spring and summer. Get ready for some fun stuff...and some interesting banter/debates!! I am ready for Colts football. Anyone else???
Thanks, there are many Colts fans in here that have loved the Colts before Peyton. Of course for some of the younger gals/guys, Peyton would lead a lot of football fans to like the Colts because of winning 12-14 games every season and + we won a SB. I still rank the 1995 Season as my 2nd favorite season of all-time only behind 2006. 2006 is #1 because we won the SB. 2012 is my 3rd favorite season, Andrew taking a 2-14 team to 11-5 was beautiful!