Schad - Notorious Deadbeat

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You Suck.

There, that's 2 words.

Go with them where you will
Posted Sunday April 13, 2014, About: Bring it Dj....
Terrelle Pryor is The Real Deal.

He is I tells ya! A purported genius, perhaps Wile E Coyote level Supergenius told me.
Posted Sunday March 23, 2014, About: Who gon play da Finals yo
Of course.

Because you're a scout.
Posted Thursday October 17, 2013, About: The "Real Deal". Really?? Really????
Guess what, "real deal" quarterbacks make it happen no matter who the receivers are.

These excuses are just downright pathetic.

If you factor out the games he sucks in, and throw in about 849034 excuses, he's good.

Sad argument even from a complete homer like you.
Posted Wednesday October 16, 2013, About: The "Real Deal". Really?? Really????
He turned out to be the Real Meal. Well at least to Tyson.
Posted Wednesday October 16, 2013, About: The "Real Deal". Really?? Really????
Anyway.....how do troll someone with their own words?
Posted Wednesday October 16, 2013, About: The "Real Deal". Really?? Really????
Is this a wuss out?
Posted Tuesday October 09, 2012, About: Who was more prolific....Babe Ruth or Wayne Gretzky?
Bobby Orr over all.
Posted Tuesday October 09, 2012, About: Who was more prolific....Babe Ruth or Wayne Gretzky?
The one thing about Gretz is that he played in a time when offenses were allowed to basically do whatever they wanted. Look at Espo and the fact he scored 76 in 70-71 and that had never been done and the next guy on the list not named Espo was Bobby Hull with 58.

Espo was 1.31 x the total of Hull and Gretz was only 1.21 x the total of Espo. One other thing to keep in mind is that a lot of records in hockey are "split" because of the time of the WHA which is another thing. If you add Gordie Howe's goals in the WHA and NHL, he is ahead of Gretz and Bobby Hull is as well.

When you start talking about playoff goals and assists, "back in the day", there weren't 16 wins needed to win the Cup, so any of those great players before don't even get into the conversation simply because they didn't play as many games.
Posted Thursday October 04, 2012, About: Biggest surprise and biggest disappointment of the MLB season
Holy crap, 2 active TD's.

I go away and the place goes to crap.
Posted Thursday October 04, 2012, About: Biggest surprise and biggest disappointment of the MLB season
Well, I'd say the biggest disappointment would be the Dodgers. Given the fact they took on all those monster contracts and still missed the playoffs.

This was a "go for it" year, and now they're tied to those contracts.
Posted Tuesday August 28, 2012, About: The most influential race driver ever is....
Race stayed clean.
Posted Wednesday August 08, 2012, About: Bonds and the Hall... yea or nay?
Is it just....

Oh, nevermind.
Posted Wednesday August 08, 2012, About: Bonds and the Hall... yea or nay?
If you really are a prosecutor as you are saying and didn't know that steroid possession was a felony, getting re-elected may be a tad tough.
Posted Wednesday August 08, 2012, About: Bonds and the Hall... yea or nay?
Not that hard, but Bonds didn't even bother going that route, most likely because he didn't have a condition that would warrant it.

Bonds blatantly took steroids in order to cheat the game. It isn't a debate anymore whether he took them as he admitted it.
Posted Wednesday August 08, 2012, About: Bonds and the Hall... yea or nay?
He admitted using it in his trial, just used the excuse that he didn't know what it was.

So, would you honestly believe that an athlete, who's body is the most important investment they make, would have no idea what they are putting into it?
Posted Wednesday August 08, 2012, About: Bonds and the Hall... yea or nay?
Yes, it is:

Federal and most state laws dictate that the sales of anabolic steroids, possession of steroids, or possession of steroids with intent to sell, are all classified as felonies.

Without a script, it's a felony.
Posted Wednesday August 08, 2012, About: Bonds and the Hall... yea or nay?
It was a felony to use steroids in the time he was using them. It also doesn't implicitly say that a baseball player can't rob a bank, but where it is a criminal act, it isn't allowed.
Posted Wednesday August 08, 2012, About: Bonds and the Hall... yea or nay?
Sorry, he was busted using steroids, it isn't even a "innocent until proven guilty" thing anymore.

[url]http://msn.foxsports.com/mlb/story/Barry-Bonds-perjury-trial-begins-0321 11[/url]
Posted Friday July 13, 2012, About: Point Guard is the most overrated position in sports.
Mmmmm.....steak.
Posted Friday July 13, 2012, About: Point Guard is the most overrated position in sports.
Just blame me.

You'll need a ticket from the deli counter and please wait until your number is called.
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