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  2. jbluhm86

    Congratulations Associate Justice Kavanaugh!

    Same can be said for the premature crowing and celebrating of a conservative majority that will uphold conservative values on the Supreme Court from elements on the right, it seems.
  3. jbluhm86

    When Did You Agree to Pay $5Bil?

    If he didn't want to appear the fool, Trump shouldn't have built a campaign around the promise of a border wall funded by Mexico if he couldn't deliver. As for Democrats "forcing" Trump to renege on his border wall funding, that is a crock of shi.t. You've had a Republican sitting in the Oval Office and GOP majorities in both houses of Congress for the past two years and they still couldn't get it done. If you don't have the stones to enact your political agenda when the American people vote you into the Presidency and the majority of Congress, then don't complain when people hold you accountable for your election campaign promises.
  4. hoorta

    HEY Jimmy put a lid on it

    Hell, they'd not only have to heat it when it's 10 degrees out- that roof won't be R-30, air conditioning would have to be installed too- for use when it's 85 degrees in the summer. I wouldn't even want to hazard a guess how much the utility bill is on a domed stadium that size- you willing to pay it? That eventually would be factored in to your ticket price, and guys are already complaining it's too expensive. I can tell you this much- the 10 circuit breakers on my 10 story hospital building were set up to handle 170 kilovolts- and that's penny ante for a stadium that's at least 10 times that size. Yawn- I was at the game Sunday, with a Tailgate temperature starting off at 17 degrees, and hate to tell you I wasn't cold- and I didn't even have all my heavy duty cold weather gear on. Some guys are just going to be too cheap to buy a pair of Sorel boots, lined windproof pants, couple layers of synthetics, a nice windproof parka, ski gloves, and a nice cap. Here's a good place to start shopping.... https://www.mountainhardwear.com/ A quick perusal shows there are at least nine other open air NFL stadiums that have the potential to have game temperatures in the teens or lower- so why aren't their fans crying to have domes? As the above poster said- the Patriots playoff games are sold out- and I remember a couple being played in snowstorms. Back at the old stadium in the Kosar days- Modell had no problems totally selling out 80,000 (not the current 67,000) tickets to playoff games. Winning will bring the fans back regardless of the weather. While I'm at it- those wimps in Tampa are crying they want a dome- because it's too hot in September and October. Boo-hoo. First- the 100 level of First Energy is already 100% sold out to season ticket holders. I'm in Section 111. Honked me off the sheer number of guys who were willing to sit at home and sell their tickets on StubHub et al to Panthers fans. As to selling out- got a feeling there will still be tickets available in the 500 level next year. Believe me, and I already said it- I feel for the guys who have a family. One game a year is a big expense to take the wife and kids to a game. I'm paying close to $2,000 every year for my two seats, and that doesn't count wear and tear on the car + gas money for the 440 mile round trip to Cleveland. PS- should you decide to go, we can give you directions to the Board Tailgate lot. It's still $10 bucks, about a 20 minute walk, but if you have small kids- the Rapid Station is a few hundred feet away and for an extra $2 per person, it will drop you off right at the stadium.
  5. Clevfan4life

    I think Denver is In big trouble Saturday Night..

    yeah I think we should go easy on the "whip their asses" talk.....but I def feel it's winnable. I wouldn't have dreamed of saying that before the season, even just a few weeks ago. But the offense can actually stay on the field now. Which is "huge" for our defense and it's limited rotational quality.
  6. mustache boy made the video. Totally went legend.
  7. the actuality "reality" is, it doesn't matter......I speak for all Patriots haters, I know there's more than a few here...…. that was fucking awesome and the pats fans were priceless.
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  9. 5150k9

    HEY Jimmy put a lid on it

    So my question to the post is this… How is it that the New England Patriots sell out every home game with an outdoor stadium and they have probably just as bad weather. Now dont get me wrong, I don’t live in Ohio, I became a Browns fan since I was a kid because of Brian Sipe on TV. And Yes I live in California. One of these days I will make it to a home winter game in Cleveland and I may have a different opinion. But I think with winning will sellout games. You should see the beer and concession prices out here in California, they are absolutely insane. But this is a F’d up state.
  10. Unsympathetic

    Uncharted Territory

    Did anybody else read the title of this thread as "unSharted territory" ? That's either the title of mark sanchez's career highlights clip or the name of a Muddy Waters cover band.
  11. htownbrown

    The Ballad of Buster Scruggs Revue

    I will have to check this one out.
  12. calfoxwc

    HEY Jimmy put a lid on it

    yep. folks have to learn to dress for the weather. Outdoors is good. Woody has never been outdoors, it seems - he may live in a bubble suit when he doesn't have a reason to.
  13. calfoxwc

    More trauma for our young people.

    that is cccjwh talking out of ...it's? ass. Why Are Southerners So Patriotic? We still proudly wave Old Glory and wouldn’t miss the Fourth of July parade and fireworks. Valerie Fraser Luesse https://www.southernliving.com/4th-of-july/patriotic-people-southerners We still wave Old Glory proudly and wouldn’t miss the fireworks of the Fourth of July parade. Logan Mock-Bunting/Getty People south of the Mason Dixon have always been patriotic. No matter what our political persuasions might be. No matter how thrilled or dismayed we might be with Washington at any given moment. Somehow, we’re able to separate American politics from American ideals, and the latter will always be a source of pride for us. Some of our patriotism is rooted in World War II, when even Southern civilians saw the war effort “up close and personal.” Bargain-priced land and an eager workforce made us a key component of the war machine, with munitions factories and shipyards springing up down South. Also, Southern states are home to many, many military bases, which become vital parts of our communities. We feel a kinship to our men and women in uniform. On the Mississippi Gulf Coast, airmen and other personnel from Keesler Air Force Base helped with recovery efforts after two of the worst hurricanes ever to hit the continental United States, Camille in 1969 and Katrina in 2005. North Carolina’s Fort Bragg is home to almost 55,000 troops and 14,000 civilian workers, while Camp Lejuene, also in North Carolina, provides a major training facility for Marines. The Navy’s famous Blue Angels call Pensacola, Florida, home, and it’s not unusual to see sailors in uniform on the popular waterfront boardwalk there. There’s the Norfolk Naval Yard in Virginia, the Pentagon in D.C., and one of the most sprawling U.S. military installations anywhere, the Army's 214,968-acre Fort Hood, in Texas. Proximity alone makes us attuned to the sacrifices and challenges faced by military families, and that makes us appreciate them all the more. Of course, patriotism isn’t the result of military strength but the reason for it—we believe in what our country stands for and are committed to defending it. As the Fourth of July approaches, we asked our Facebook Brain Trust—why are you patriotic? Here’s what they said. How about you? "It's just Southern, proper, and American to be patriotic." “When my fiancee got orders to go fight in Iraq for the 101st Airborne Division of the Army, we had 4 days to prep him—and to secretly get married. I spoke to him 4 times in the 8 months he was gone.” “My husband is 17 years in the Army. I'm patriotic because, despite our faults, we still enjoy more freedoms and opportunities than any other nation." “My ancestors were immigrants, and each generation had more opportunities to pass on to the next. Neither of my parents had the opportunity to finish high school, but they were proud and grateful for the richness of their lives. And I am grateful for them.” “I have personally felt the sacrifice that many make for their loved ones to be in the military to protect our freedom, and I hope to never experience the loss of a loved one while they fulfill their commitment.” “We have the right to complain, argue, and share our opinions, even if no one else agrees (or cares). We may differ, but when it comes down to it, we are one big melting pot that is extremely rich with cultures from many lands. I'm proud to have a say, however small it is, in how our country is run. We are blessed beyond measure." “During my school years, we were taught to be patriotic. We sang the National Anthem, recited the Pledge of Allegiance, and prayed for our country. My 12th-grade economics teacher told us it was not only our duty, but our privilege to do so. I know we have the greatest country and more freedoms than most. And I love the USA.” “I'm patriotic because I love my country. I am proud to be American. I am free because our military sees to it. God bless America, our military, and our firefighters, policemen, and first responders, as well.” “I was in 2nd grade the year of our bicentennial. We learned every patriotic song, recited the Pledge of Allegiance every morning, and even said the Lord's Prayer in a Birmingham City School. Many people in my family have served in the military, so we always have an active military or veteran at our gatherings on patriotic days, and that person always leads the blessing before we eat. It breaks my heart when I see people disrespect our flag or our country." “I am patriotic because Americans have died to keep me free since the Revolutionary War was won in 1776. My step-father-in-law fought in WWI, my father in WWII, and my husband served during the Vietnam conflict, where some of our friends gave their lives. Freedom isn't free, and each time I look at our flag it reminds me of the sacrifices that have been made to allow us to live in the greatest country in the world. You can tell I am passionate about our country and what we enjoy here. May God continue to bless the USA!” “I'm patriotic because I was raised right! When my daddy was 17 years old, he joined the United States Marine Corps and fought for our freedom. I was born in a Naval hospital and grew up on a military base. I was taught in school and at home to respect my country. Living on base, there was a certain time of day when the flag was lowered. EVERYONE stopped whatever they were doing—driving, walking, running—until the flag came down. “God bless the USA! What an incredible experiment.” “I'm patriotic . . . BECAUSE.”
  14. that is how woodypeckerhead FEELS. He has no idea - what a stupid bird.
  15. calfoxwc

    When Did You Agree to Pay $5Bil?

    only because you are a woodypeckerhead, and you FEEL anything that makes you happy. The truth is most always unbeknownst to you.
  16. Orion

    Uncharted Territory

    From the year I was born until the year I graduated high school the Browns never had a losing season. Yup. My dog doesn't like watching the Browns with me either.
  17. TexasAg1969

    When Did You Agree to Pay $5Bil?

    He made a promise and yet no one calls him on it when he demands money from us. And the real fact is the wall is a figment of his imagination. It would not work even if it were built, which it won't be because the terrain dictates otherwise. Have any of you even seen what exists out there where he wants a wall.? It's ridiculous. And no new walls have been going up, just repairs to existing walls.
  18. Orion

    HEY Jimmy put a lid on it

    Ya know what? For many people, as they get older (I'm over 60 now), ya just can't stay out in the cold as long as you could when you were young, drunk & stoned. The body ages and the extremities get colder, faster. PLUS, ya get WISER as ya get older.....and ya think it's just down right stupid to sit in cold, sideways rain for multiple hours. But hey, knock yourselves out. lol
  19. Axe

    HEY Jimmy put a lid on it

    We get it Woody, yer a pussy.. We get it.. Really, we do.. Some of my fondest memories as a kid are at Municipal stadium.. Both watching the Browns in shit weather back when the Browns were good and the Steelers were shit and with 3,000 people for a double header with the Redsox with Tiant on the mound ... F u c k the dome idea..
  20. I don’t think so, did he mean Pittsburgh is “Insecure”?
  21. Getting bad in France : https://www.dailycrusader.com/2018/12/emmanuel-macron-french-president-announces-totalitarian-state-on-live-television/ https://www.dailycrusader.com/2018/12/yellow-jackets-steal-french-army-tank-prepared-for-civil-war-with-macron-and-eu/ Some bad stories coming out of there.
  22. htownbrown

    When Did You Agree to Pay $5Bil?

    While I mostly agree with that, it still stands as the only solution to controlling the border.
  23. The Gipper

    I think the Steelers are in Big Trouble Sunday...

    Is obsecure a word
  24. The Gipper

    Uncharted Territory

    Call Jimmy has just made terrible personnel decisions up to this point so that’s why he gets the collar
  25. Sorry buddy. You're a troll. You fish for responses (and then claim victory even when it isn't there, like you'll probably do after this reply). Cal doesn't. He believes everything he posts with every fiber of his being. He's been morphed into the perfect right wing propaganda bot. Conservative leaders say jump and he says "do you want me to post that from The blaze or from Ammoland?"
  26. MLD Woody

    When Did You Agree to Pay $5Bil?

    Uh... Cal.... Did you read any of those? Cuz they remind me a lot of someone...
  27. MLD Woody

    HEY Jimmy put a lid on it

    Fuck the manly vs not manly argument The stadium is useless most of the winter. Cleveland being able to host more events in it would be beneficial. Though I guess we have an NBA arena as well.
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