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    Re: Annual Favre retirement watch begins

    "jmcdon00" wrote:
    I hope he comes back for another year, I want the vikings to get another shot at beating him. I don't want my last memories of him being when the entire dome cheered him after he threw the record touchdown, makes me sad just thinking about it.
    True, the Packer Fans will be out in droves in the DOME next year after a winning season like this.
    It would be nice to see them all go home from the dome all sad in Favre's last game at the dome.

    :'(

    That was a sick feeling leaving the dome after that game.

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    Re: Annual Favre retirement watch begins

    "NordicNed" wrote:
    Farve is nothing but a big, " Look AT ME jiggly butt "


    In his post game interview, he couldn't wait to bring up his " Time to make a decision for all "
    retirement topc.
    And the saddest thing to me was the fact that I didn't hear him say the words

    " WE " or " TEAM " the whole time, almost everything he said was about
    " Me "

    " Myself " and " I ".


    What an jiggly butt.
    Wow. I guess the apple really doesn't fall too far from the tree!
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    Re: Annual Favre retirement watch begins

    I don't care what he does, just so he cries

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    Re: Annual Favre retirement watch begins

    "jmcdon00" wrote:
    I hope he comes back for another year, I want the vikings to get another shot at beating him. I don't want my last memories of him being when the entire dome cheered him after he threw the record touchdown, makes me sad just thinking about it.
    If it means anything Cajun, snowinapril and I were all sitting together, and we didn't applaud Favre.

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    Re: Annual Favre retirement watch begins

    "SKOL" wrote:
    "jmcdon00" wrote:
    I hope he comes back for another year, I want the vikings to get another shot at beating him. I don't want my last memories of him being when the entire dome cheered him after he threw the record touchdown, makes me sad just thinking about it.
    If it means anything Cajun, snowinapril and I were all sitting together, and we didn't applaud Favre.
    I think that Cajun and I might have been throwing insults at Favre.
    LOL!

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    Re: Annual Favre retirement watch begins

    "snowinapril" wrote:
    "SKOL" wrote:
    "jmcdon00" wrote:
    I hope he comes back for another year, I want the vikings to get another shot at beating him. I don't want my last memories of him being when the entire dome cheered him after he threw the record touchdown, makes me sad just thinking about it.
    If it means anything Cajun, snowinapril and I were all sitting together, and we didn't applaud Favre.
    I think that Cajun and I might have been throwing insults at Favre.
    LOL!
    LOL was it anything children shouldn't have heard?

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    Re: Annual Favre retirement watch begins

    [size=13pt]Notebook: McCarthy, Favre talk future[/size]

    Posted January 24, 2008

    By Tom Pelissero
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    Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy met with Brett Favre on Tuesday and plans to be in regular contact with the veteran quarterback until he's reached a decision about playing next season......

    "If at first you don't succeed, parachuting is not for you"

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    Re: Annual Favre retirement watch begins

    To be honest, I will be relieved when he does retire, then all of the other teams in the NFCN will find something else to whine about in the offseason about the Packers.
    :P

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    Re: Annual Favre retirement watch begins

    Favre holding the team hostage takeover, day 10
    ;D
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    Re: Annual Favre retirement watch begins

    "MindFreak" wrote:
    Favre holding the team hostage takeover, day 10
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    We need a ticker on the PPO page someplace that counts the days.
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