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hoorta

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Folks, we have a plan

09 March 2016 - 10:01 PM

Total blow up of the roster. Let all the FAs walk. May as well let Joe Thomas go to the Broncos, and get ready for a 0-16 season. If Sashi has a plan- I'd like to know what the hell it is....

 

The little birdie says cheap, cheap, cheap.

 

Maybe some VSOP Hennesy might calm me down.  :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry:


LOL Trade Rumor

14 February 2016 - 06:32 PM

Who was the NY crackhead that dreamt this one up? Sure the Cavs really need Carmello Anthony. Only at the cost of Love and Mozgov? As LeBron & the front office said- total BS. 

 

Oh rumors with Atlanta for Korver and Horford too.  Some guys will print anything to get a headline.

 

Love to the Clippers for Blake Griffin would be more likely.  

 

But as Austin Carr said- the Cavs need to build chemistry, not fiddle with the lineup. MHO is we're riding this pony as currently constructed as far as it will take us.


Camp Wentz- Starts here.

27 January 2016 - 05:59 PM

Nah I'm not an official member, just keeping the prospects separate. I know BB is the founder of Camp Goff. I will say Wentz interviews well- enthusiastic to say the least.   :)  

 

http://www.cleveland...9b-b341afb83226


Cavs-Bulls

24 January 2016 - 01:03 AM

I don't care who the coach is, Cleveland couldn't hit the ocean from a boat tonight. Obvious Van Gundy HATES the Cavs. BS on the "great defense". Cavs getting plenty of open looks, and couldn't hit them. If that had been GS, they would have lost by 50.


The Renevant

22 January 2016 - 02:50 AM

Went to see this one (mostly) because I happen to like Western scenery, Westerns in general, and I'm OK with Leonardo DiCaprio. Yeah- he deserves his Oscar nomination. Another reason I wanted to see it is there's (some) factual connection in the movie to a young Jim Bridger. Those that know Western history know Bridger is generally considered to be the first white man to see Yellowstone, and report about it's existence.

 

The short of the plot is fur trapper Hugh Glass' (DiCaprio) company gets ambushed by Indians. Glass escapes with around a dozen other men. In trying to get back to Fort Kiowa (Glass is the only one familiar with the territory) he gets severely mauled by a bear and is left for dead by two of the party who were supposed to care for him- Fitzgerald and Bridger. Glass miraculously survives, and crawls through the wilderness seeking revenge on the guys who deserted him.

 

My comments about the movie? Could have easily cut around 30 minutes out. The scenery is pretty- and OK got it, Glass is hurt pretty bad. Plenty of blood & violence. Honestly didn't do much for me.

 

I sort of figured there was a whole lot of artistic license with the real history.  Plenty of stuff that happened in the Wyoming - Montana territory in the 1800s was very poorly recorded, exaggerated, or counter-claimed by explorers wishing to make a name for themselves. First group to climb the Grand Teton was debated for decades.

 

If you have an interest- here's one take on what really happened :   http://www.counterpu...s-the-revenant/