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@bigredballer Thanks, man. Just found your site a couple days ago. Definitely planning on adding it to my daily routine.
1 year, 1 month ago on 02-02-2013 Saturday Recruiting Thread (Crazy Friday in Recruiting)
@bigredballer Preciate the info. Have you heard anything about any possible transfers? I know a few names have been pretty consistently rumored. Anything to it?
@bigredballer What did Ogletree do?
@PackerFan You're really splitting hairs at best. You think I'm stretching the meaning of what he said. I could easily say the same about you. I'm done talking about it. I made my point. The original poster tried to equate popularity to quality and I pointed out the flaw in that thinking. He didn't dispute my point.
1 year, 9 months ago on Jay Pharoah's unaired SNL impression of Stephen A. Smith was outstanding | May
You hit the nail on the head with the "car salesman vibe" comment on Kuselias. I've never had a strong opinion (positive or negative) of his work , but like you, something just didn't completely sit right with me. I couldn't quite pinpoint exactly what it was, but I think you described it perfectly with that line.
1 year, 9 months ago on Erik Kuselias is the new host of NBC Sports Talk | May
@PackerFan Go back and read AdrianWolf's first post: "worst show? seriously? thats why its among one of the most popular right?"
Then go back and re-read my post and I think you'll see my point and realize that your post directed toward me was erroneous.
AdrianWolf is clearly citing the show's supposed popularity as evidence that it's not the "worst show". I'm not sure how anyone could draw any other conclusion from his post.
@AdrianWolf Because we all know that popularity = quality.
American Idol and Dancing With the Stars are two of the top five highest rated shows of the entire 2011-12 television season based on season to date ratings. That automatically means they're both of the utmost quality, right?
I agree that it's great to see this blog being fair in covering this. However, I can't help but laugh at someone giving ESPN the same treatment they've given others for so long.
2 years ago on NFL Network snubs ESPN's Manning scoop as worldwide leader flexes their muscles | March