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  1. Doom 64 EX is the greatest thing since sliced bread. Heavily, heavily underrated gem that is finally playable the way Doom was meant to be played with the mouse and keyboard. 

    1. Jules

      Jules

      I am a huge fan of sliced bread but this DOOM stuff sounds intriguing.

       

      DOOM  :Nuke:

       

       

    2. Synthetic

      Synthetic

      I've been playing DOOM since the 90's (probably longer than I have any other game)....and DOOM 64 is a brilliant game, but was plagued being on a console with a god awful controller that made it difficult to play. DOOM I think, was always meant to be played with a keyboard and mouse. 

       

      And DOOM 64 scares the living hell out of me even 19 years later. Midway really took advantage of the horror elements of the original and juiced them up, and added a very good ambient/industrial soundtrack to make it a game that gives you the creeps playing in the dark. 

       

       

       

    3. Jules

      Jules

      I never played DOOM. It sounds scary the way you describe it.

       

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  2. Everyone has one of these - who 2016 took from you that hurt the most, here's mine - 

     

    #1. David Bowie - all time favorite rock star.

    #2. Prince - last guitar hero I had who was still alive. 

    #3. Carrie Fisher - Galactic space princess, hilarious woman, someone I had several action figures of going back to when I was a young child. 

     

    Just one more week and this horrible year is gone forever. 

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    2. Jules

      Jules

      I love Motley Crue, but no way can I handle reading that Heroin Diaries book. Sounds way too sad.

       

      I have to say though it's not a real party until the ants are brought out. Thats when I KNOW the party is just getting started.

       

      Although I should not laugh since back in my partying days I heard and seen some nutty things myself.  The most famous is "Kevin from St. Louis" but we won't delve into that here publicly.

    3. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      The Heroin Diaries is a tear jerker book. It takes a very strong stomach to read without wanting to cry. 

       

      Beyond the drug stories, it's not just that which is sad...There's a lot of great stuff in the book about the racism that Nikki Sixx dealt with, cause he was pretty much raised as a kid by Richard Pryor. it's talked about a lot in the book, his mom dated Pryor and he put up with a lot of racism at a young age, and later on his career, he talks about how disgusted he was at Axl Rose for his racist rants in the past. 

       

      The book also does NOT paint Vince Niel in a good light whatsoever....Vince Neil is a piece of crap anyway, and everyone knows that, but Nikki Sixx's book goes into details how he was always this diva-type singer back in the 80's and thought he ran the band. Nikki wrote all the songs for Motley Crue alongside guitarist Mick Marrs. 

       

      Most Heavy Metal bands work in a pattern of song writing between the bass player and guitar player, while the singer writes the lyrics. Using Ozzy for example since he was mentioned - Diasley and Rhoads wrote all the songs on his debut album as bass/guitar composers. Iron Maiden is another great example, cause you can really hear the bass as a rhythm in their music, and not a surprise that their bass player Steve Harris was writing all the songs alongside Dave Murray going back to the first record. With Motley Crue, oh yes, Nikki Sixx wrote all their stuff, and deserves credit for that. 

       

       

       

       

    4. southwest1

      southwest1

      "Vince Neil is a piece of crap anyway, and everyone knows that, but Nikki Sixx's book goes into details how he was always this diva-type singer back in the 80's and thought he ran the band. " 

       

      I expect lead singers in sold out stadiums to be a colossal pain in the caboose Bogie. Vince Neil, Blackie Lawless, David Lee Roth, & David Coverdale for example all have tremendous alter ego personalities. It's pretty standard among hard rock/heavy metal bands. You have be full of yourself to work a crowd to a frenzy, sell t-shirts, tickets, backstage access, & make a lavish lifestyle of luxury possible.

       

      What I found hilarious is when Nikki Sixx  thought Vince was overrated, fired him, he signs a deal with Warner Brothers records, produces a smash CD called "Exposed" that cracks the top 20 in weeks of it's debut, Sixx replaces Neil with singer John Corabi who is a total dumpster fire vocally; the fans rejected this version of the Crue in droves, & low & behold Vince is back in the lineup & the band starts making serious money again. 

       

      Nikki Sixx is just like Eddie Van Halen after he fired Sammy Hagar. A jack caboose who falsely believed his genius would save the band by finding any fool to motivate a crowd. He grossly miscalculated & to this day Nikki says Vince left the band. No, Nikki. Your addictive personality got hooked on heroin, you thought any buffoon with tattoos could keep the cash rolling in, & I laughed my butt off when Vince made a much better record & forced you to swallow your pride & beg him to return to the Crue. 

       

      Sixx is a  survivor & a sharp guy, but if you ask him even now about the band without Neil at the helm during that period, he lies through his darn teeth. Be a real man Nikki & own it please. 

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  3. Finding Dory looks like a fun sequel! Shame it's not coming out this week 

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    2. Jules

      Jules

      I never saw Finding Nemo. I just remember it was nominated for 8 million Oscars.

       

      But, yes I do like little fish......which reminds me how I wish right now I had some of those little awesome gold fish crackers.

       

       

      I will probably end up seeing Ghost Busters this summer since of the men folk around me I know will probably want to see it.

       

      My parents have a Melissa McCarthy fan craze too and used to watch that show she was on. If she is in something they go see it, period. So having her in it is huge for the older crowd.

    3. Jules

      Jules

      I never saw Finding Nemo. I just remember it was nominated for 8 million Oscars.

       

      But, yes I do like little fish......which reminds me how I wish right now I had some of those little awesome gold fish crackers.

       

       

      I will probably end up seeing Ghost Busters this summer since of the men folk around me I know will probably want to see it.

       

      My parents have a Melissa McCarthy fan craze too and used to watch that show she was on. If she is in something they go see it, period. So having her in it is huge for the older crowd.

    4. Jules

      Jules

      I never saw Finding Nemo. I just remember it was nominated for 8 million Oscars.

       

      But, yes I do like little fish......which reminds me how I wish right now I had some of those little awesome gold fish crackers.

       

       

      I will probably end up seeing Ghost Busters this summer since of the men folk around me I know will probably want to see it.

       

      My parents have a Melissa McCarthy fan craze too and used to watch that show she was on. If she is in something they go see it, period. So having her in it is huge for the older crowd.

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  4. Floppy disks as musical instruments, yes it is so! 

     

     

    1. Jules

      Jules

      You must be feeling better. lmao 

       

      Thats cute though.

    2. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      Somewhat, yes. I just got done watching a movie not that long ago. 

    3. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      And this guy got Doom music to play on a printer lmao

       

       

       

  5. Great breakdown analysis of the film Blade Runner 

     

     

    1. Jules

      Jules

      Saving for later, I want to see this film.

    2. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      Make sure the version you watch is the 'Final Cut' version from 2007, and not the original theatrical edition from 1982.

       

      There are major differences between the two, the 'Final Cut' is more of what Ridley Scott wanted the film to be, where the theatrical version was heavily tampered with from the studios and is somewhat censored, and some things in it don't make sense. Blade Runner is a strange film that was tampered with for censorship and editing. 

       

      The Final Cut version cleans it up though.

       

      Harrison Ford's best film IMO...and a definite must watch in the Sci Fi genre, since it has so many elements of class war and modern themes that easily translate with how society is today. 

    3. Synthetic

      Synthetic

      Another point on Blade Runner if you do watch it; it's a movie that is written in a way that the viewer has to come to their own conclusions about certain things. It's not a definite "good guys/bad guys" film....Ridley Scott has said before, it's a film where the viewer can come to their own conclusions and theories...This is why nerds on the internet can go off about the movie for hours on end discussing it on forums with wild theories and analysis. 

       

       

  6. Great news Star Wars fans: Timothy Zahn has a new book coming out next year based around Thrawn. If there was one character missing from The Force Awakens, it was the Grand Admiral. 

    1. Jules

      Jules

      What or who is Thrawn? A Grand Admiral you said?

       

      I hate to sound stupid.

       

      :hide:

       

       

    2. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      This guy 

       

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      In the book series Heir to the Empire, Thrawn took over the remains of the empire after Vader, Palpy, and the second Death Star were destroyed. He was an interesting character, the main reason those books were worth reading. 

  7. Half dollar is a better actor than I thought he'd be, catching up on movies this week. 

    1. Jules

      Jules

      Oh I see, somehow that didn't register with me with the 50 cents and half dollar thing. :headspin:

       

      Never saw Southpaw. 

    2. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      I have a weak spot for boxing films. I typically hate sports related dramas, but I can sit through a boxing film. 

    3. Jules

      Jules

      Million Dollar Baby is the last boxing movie I really remember analzying and sitting through. 

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  8. Happy 100th Birthday to Kirk Douglas!!! Very happy someone from the golden age of Hollywood lived a century

    1. Jules

      Jules

      I never studied the movies he was in, but I always respected him a lot. Amazing that someone yeah, from that era is 100 since some of the big names died way too young and often tragically. I mean for real imagine living to be 100. lmao 

    2. southwest1

      southwest1

      Kirk Douglass is a century old now. Well, what do you know. Cool dude. Good actor. Bummed that a stroke messed up his ability to speak clearly. 

       

      My favorite film of his is probably Spartacus. He was good at playing smart caboose characters on screen too. Takes one to know one right? 

       

      Hey! I deserved that & I did swing the door wide open. LOL! So yeah, you're right. 

  9. Happy Birthday Al Pacino! Happy you are still with us at 77!

    1. southwest1

      southwest1

      My top 3 films of his are as follows: 1. HEAT, 2. The Insider, & 3. Insomnia. "Carlito's Way" co-starring Sean Penn gets an honorable mention too with it's retro 70's vibe. 

       

      "Scent Of A Woman'...I liked the blind colonel driving the red Ferrari & the young college kid on scholarship talking the Col. down from suicide with his piece. A very powerful scene: 

       

      "What life? I ain't got no life!" Al was a Kennedy Center honoree this past February too. 

    2. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      Interesting picks...

       

      I tend to divide Pacino's career into 3 categories - 

       

      #1 The prime era (1973 to 1983); great movies include The Godfather, Godfather Part II, Scarecrow, Serpico, Dog Day Afternoon, ...And Justice For All, and Scarface. All of those movies you could argue he should've won an Oscar for (my money will forever be on 'Justice For All' being the one he got biggest snub for. Pacino carried that movie on his back and covered up the few issues the movie has, all with his acting skills). 

       

      #2 The fading career era (1983-1990); he didn't make any great movies in this period, but Sea of Love was entertaining, and it was cool he got to make a movie with Ellen Barkin back when she was considered an upcoming sex bomb in Hollywood.

       

      #3. Career resurgence (1991-2002); Al Pacino was on fire in the 90's. Not as great as his prime era where he got snubbed multiple Oscars, but still a damn good actor resurrected; GlennGary Glenn Rose, Carlito's Way, Heat, Devil's Advocate, and Insomnia are my picks of this era. 

       

      I don't count anything from the past 10+ years cause Al Pacino these days is a laughing stock who just sleepwalks through movies for a paycheck while putting little effort into anything in his old age. The only credit I can give him is that he's not the only one doing this (cough, cough...Robert De Niro) 

       

      IMO Scent of a Woman is like the diet coke 'Justice For All'. The fact he won his Oscar for that, to me, means that someone knew they screwed it up back in 1979 when he lost. 

       

      The big famous court room speech is a chilled version of this scene. 

       

       

       

      Carlito's Way is probably my favorite movie of his. Carlito is what I consider the unofficial sequel to Scarface. Carlito recycles a lot of the smaller actors from Scarface, giving them guest roles here and there. The entire movie is like a "what if" version of Scarface where the question of the mater is, "what if Tony had went to prison and/or changed as a person?". Carlito was a monster drug lord, who comes out of prison and wants to change that about himself, while also being stuck in the same lifestyle with the same scum bags. He's just like Tony Montana, except older, wiser, but naive. It's a redemption tale, and unlike Scarface, his character is very likable in that. You want to root for Carlito, where as with Tony Montana, he pretty much got what was coming to him at the end of the movie. 

       

      With Carlito though, you really knew beforehand it wasn't going to end well....The writing was on the wall already enough for his girlfriend to tell him. But he was too naive to listen. 

       

       

       

      I like Penelope Ann Miller in this movie too. She was greatly cast in this. The arguing she has with him felt real, IMO greatly underrated actress. 

       

      Carlito's Way may not have the cultural impact that Scarface had, but it's a great character driven story and I feel it's a criminally underrated film. That film actually has a bit of a cult following today. It don't have the fan base that Scarface has, but there is a pretty good sized cult following of people I've seen that hold that film up on the pedestal. 

  10. Happy Birthday Gary Numan!!! The king of electric synth and the man who made it cool to be weird! 

     

     

    1. Jules

      Jules

      Happy Birthday Mr. Numan!!!!

  11. Happy Birthday Jules!!!

     

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    1. Jules

      Jules

      Thank you Nadine!

    2. southwest1

      southwest1

      I don't celebrate birthdays anymore, but Jules is a cool person, so whatever you decide to do: Enjoy it! 

    3. southwest1

      southwest1

      "You sent me a Saints cat a while back, I remembered and had to return the favor." 

       

      Nicely done Bogie! Yeah I know, I'm kinda intruding here. My bad. 

       

      I just like how you took a mental note of that & responded accordingly. Bravo! 
       

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  12. Happy Birthday Jules!!!

    1. Jules

      Jules

      lol thanks, I have had a good few days and nights. No drinking really but it's been nice.

       

      You guys are great!

       

      A few gifts I got included a Colts teddy bear, Colts purse and a Kobe Lakers jersey.:thmup:

    2. southwest1

      southwest1

      Hey Jules, 

       

      I'm a little late to the party here. I'm glad you received some nice presents from family & friends though. 

       

      Thanks as always for your sharp, witty comebacks Jules. Major props to Bogie to notifying us when Jules deserves some much needed recognition on her birthday. 

    3. Jules

      Jules

      Thank you southwest!

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  13. Happy to close the book on 2015. Hoping to close another book in the first of this month, and a fresh new start healed up. 

    1. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      I hope your sister gets a chance to take you to Iron Maiden. Those guys might be old, but hot damn, they still put up an amazing show. You would have a blast there. 

    2. Jules

      Jules

      I used to like this drug song:

       

       

       

      I don't think we get to see Iron Maiden sadly.

    3. Jules

      Jules

      I can't help it.......I just rock so hard lately.

       

      Sigh.

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  14. Hayward is reunited with Stevens in Boston. Congrats, happy for him since this is what you wanted. A better fit than Miami for sure. 

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    2. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      Fireworks have made my cats act crazy the past 24 hours. Minnie LOVES IT. I have never seen a cat before excited by loud noises and fireworks like her. It's weird but refreshing at the same time since it's like watching a child. 

       

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      I am not saying at all he is Lebron's level, duh. Nobody really is. Very very few. Lebron is a God among men. Just that I have seen legit video evidence that Hayward competes very hard vs. Lebron and doesn't stand around acting all scared of him like many others do. So perhaps next year Boston grows a pair vs. the Cavs in home games vs. Cleveland.

       

       

      And they don't need PG to get that edge. I'm beginning to think the PG stuff is overblown. He does not perform well against LeBron. Even though he's faced him so many times, he's got an 0-5 playoff record vs him. He may have pushed those Miami Heat teams to a 7 game series, but he didn't come out the winner. I think PG is better off in OKC. 

    3. Jules

      Jules

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      Fireworks have made my cats act crazy the past 24 hours. Minnie LOVES IT. I have never seen a cat before excited by loud noises and fireworks like her. It's weird but refreshing at the same time since it's like watching a child. 

       

      Ok that is odd, I never met a cat who liked that stuff. She must be a secret wild child kitty.

       

       

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      And they don't need PG to get that edge. I'm beginning to think the PG stuff is overblown. He does not perform well against LeBron. Even though he's faced him so many times, he's got an 0-5 playoff record vs him. He may have pushed those Miami Heat teams to a 7 game series, but he didn't come out the winner. I think PG is better off in OKC. 

       

      There are still rumors that PG can end up in Boston someday. lmao That if it don't work out in OKC he may still be traded to Boston. And right now rumors about how Boston is currently shopping Crowder, Smart and maybe Bradley but what the heck ever at this point. 

       

      I got no idea anymore, I am lost.

    4. Jules

      Jules

      All these rumors do is give the real gm Celtics forum guys something to do 24 hours a day.

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  15. How bad is allergy season for anyone outside the Gulf Coast? I can't seem to shake sinus infections or hay fever problems this summer at all.

    1. teganslaw

      teganslaw

      I haven't had any problems with hay fever here in Indiana. I've had sinus problems in the past, but nothing this year. Maybe some people are more sensitive to that, or it could also depend on location. 

    2. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      Record season in AL this year. It's been kicking my butt now for 3 months...I've had these awful migraines the past two weeks, almost went to the hospital last week due to it. Will be so happy when fall and winter come over. 

  16. How the Browns made Super Bowl LI happen....

     

     

    1. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      I liked that this video focused in on the Bills/Giants Super Bowl, and most Cleveland fans tend to be extremely bitter over BB's success with New England. Hard to blame them though, they had to deal with the worst owner in the league at the same time too. 

       

      Funny story too about Bernie Kosar. Kosar was never the same again after Modell fired Schottenheimer after '88 and he suffered that shoulder injury. He set the record for most passes without an interception in the 1990 season, but Kosar did not look like the same QB without his coach and that one injury did more to his arm than anything after. 

       

       

    2. 2006Coltsbestever

      2006Coltsbestever

      I feel bad for the Browns. They had such a solid team in 1986 and Elway just snatched the AFC Title from them. That was Kosar's year. The Bills should've won the SB in the 90 Season as well. Freakin Norwood LOL.

    3. southwest1

      southwest1

      The person in that video is better at analysis & foreshadowing than 70% of the sports pundits on both ESPN & NFL Network. Wow, that kid is loyal to his Browns to a fault. I couldn't embrace that much losing as a fan yr in yr out. You're a stronger man than me kid. I salute you.  

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  17. I can't believe David Bowie is gone. I just can't believe it. It's like losing a family member you were really close to 

    1. Jules

      Jules

      I prefer him to most of my family members at times outside of my sister. Easily.

       

      David Bowie easily>my cousin David omg.......

  18. I forgot how much fun a printer and scanner can be when you don't have to use it for anything work related, so happy my new scanner works in color. 

    1. southwest1

      southwest1

      Congrats on the new additions to your family Bogie. Are you gonna name 1 of them ole 'blue eyes' in honor of Frank Sinatra? 

    2. Jules

      Jules

      No thats not my real cat, kinda wish it was though. Thats a heap of fluff I could have a lot of fun with. I used to have a real fluffy cat for many many years who died a 4 years ago. She was pushing 20 years old though. Her name was Tiffany.

       

      Bogie has new kittens that are cute as hell. One is a little fatty too!!!

    3. southwest1

      southwest1

      Age 20 for a cat is remarkable actually. Sorry you lost Tiffany Jules. Yeah, that cat on the printer looked like she owned her domain that's for sure. We don't train pets; they train us as you already know. 

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  19. I found the best Jim Mora press conference. Forget the 'Playoffs' one, the practice rant is funnier. 

     

     

    1. southwest1

      southwest1

      "I don't take into account crap. All I take into account is that they kicked our caboose today." 

       

      Gee Jim, why don't you tell me what's really on your mind man. 

       

      His candor is always refreshingly honest & unvarnished. You always know exactly what he's thinking. 

  20. I hope everyone enjoyed the new Star Wars movie. I won't be able to see it until after Christmas when I'm healed up. 

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    2. radiogirl

      radiogirl

      Get better quickly!

    3. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      if you haven't seen it yet, and you love the older Star Wars films, I can guarantee you that you're probably going to love it. 

    4. southwest1

      southwest1

      I noticed this trend in Hollywood to blow the dust off of older films & reboot them 2 decades later: Footloose, Point Break, Spider Man. I think the word original is a foreign concept to CA movie mogul studio executives. 

       

      It's like remakes on steroids, stilts, & a spin the top factory. Eventually, studio heads will run out of films to screw up & over commercialize. One can only hope Bogie. 

       

      If you can't beat em join them, I guess. As a ticket purchaser myself, I'm patiently waiting on the Flash Dance reboot. Bring on Zoe Saldana in the leading role as a welder by day & stripper by night & that famous drenched water dance routine on stage. LOL! 

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  21. I hope Tommy Lee Lewis makes the Saints roster so I can spend all year making Motley Crue jokes. 

    1. TheRustonRifle#7
    2. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      He did have a big preseason game, better than Ted "dropped pass" Ginn Jr. 

    3. Jules

      Jules

      I saw the Saints have a Tommy Lee. Good stuff. I love me some Motley Crue. lmao 

  22. I love Mardi Gras 

     

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    2. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      Jesus christ...didn't expect to get an essay about how bad LeBron is just for that one little comment. 

       

      You never stop. We get it. You hate LeBron James. Figured that out last year, gotcha. 

    3. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

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      That would be like someone being a Jordan and Peyton fan and saying Jordan is the GOAT because he has the most Rings in the modern era being the best player on his team but so is Peyton eventhough he only has 2 Rings but he has 5 League MVP's

       

      I don't even know how you can still bring Peyton's name into this even after this last SB. I've been hearing this crap for so many years about him some how being the best quarterback ever, despite his hilariously bad playoff history. 

       

      What happened with all 5 of those league MVP's? He didn't win a Super Bowl with any of them. In fact, his last two, he reached the SB and lost...once to throwing the classic interception to Tracy Porter and the other, he had the so called "best offense in NFL history" and put up just...8 points. That's Peyton Manning for you. 

       

      Peyton throws a pick six in the big one, he gets blown out...Brady came back and won the game after a pick six and trailing by 25 points in the second half. This last SB practically shatters all these myths, including the ones about Joe Montana (he would've eventually lost a SB if you look at certain years he lost the NFCCG). 

       

      League MVP is nothing. The last one to actually win a Super Bowl was Kurt Warner in 1999. I wouldn't brag about those MVP's, since we all know what happened to Peyton after getting them. 

       

      Looking at these essays you wrote me about how LeBron really ain't crap compared to all these other guys who got rings (you never do mention Bill Russell, which he is the counter of the ring argument when it comes to the NBA), I have to wonder about LeBron haters like you - why can't you just sit back and enjoy it? Same thing with this last SB....Instead of enjoying it, bring up Peyton Manning as if there is any way you can argue him side by side with Brady anymore. 

       

      It don't matter what LeBron does, there's always going to be the haters that scream "but MJ MJ MJ, Kobe Kobe Kobe, Magic Magic Magic!" He could score 100 points in a game, and you would still find something to nitpick. 

       

    4. 2006Coltsbestever

      2006Coltsbestever

      Well I am sorry you took it the way you did, I figured with our history in chat you would respond with something witty and have fun with it and not get upset. I defend you all the time on here when people call you a Troll because I have got to know you know as a person. LeBron is clearly a Top 10 player of all-time. I was just playing devil's advocate on how people rank players when comparing players with more Rings to other things like MVP's and Stats something I thought you would appreciate and dissect. Instead you just Post in anger. I wont Post on your thread anymore, how's that sound? I don't need too as I have 20 something followers anyway so no big deal to me.

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  23. I love Windows 10; the perfect combination of 7 and 8. Best Windows in years. 

    1. Synthetic

      Synthetic

      Best Windows I think they've ever made. Anything that XP, Vista, and 7 couldn't get to run with old programs, I've managed to get them all to work so far in a week of using 10. 

    2. Nadine

      Nadine

      windows lost me, switched to mac and am living happily ever after

    3. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      I could never afford a Mac, but I would get one if possible since they are so much easier to use with Apple products like the iPod. 

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  24. I stayed up with my back and shoulder killing me to watch this????

     

    lmao

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    2. Jules

      Jules

      The legend of Jim Bob Cooter is for real..........

       

      If I married him I could be Jules Cooter. lmao 

    3. Jules

      Jules

      Ok I am done here and going back to the thread.

    4. Jules

      Jules

      Okay before I sleep, my song of the night since the Pats are witches.

       

       

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