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    Re: Perhaps Zygi Wilf was ahead of his time

    "mountainviking" wrote:
    Minnesota:
    Home of 10,000 controversies!
    No More!!
    And, that is why I think that BChill has a few more years promised to him.

    Sure, We've lost alot of big time playmakers, but is there anyone out there who doesn't see that we've also lost the Me First, GiMME-Gimme's...the I'm above the law, what's 10grand to me (straight cash baby)'s...and the What Do You Mean there's a new playbook guy's???

    Looking through our draft picks and FA signings since BChill took over, there is one overriding theme:
    HIGH CHARACTER AND HIGH WORK ETHIC, TEAM PLAYERS!!

    SKOL!!
    Instead of under-achieving, overpaid superstars, we're building a team based on over-achieving blue collar workers, and I LOVE IT!!
    Damn, two great posts in a row.

    You are wise beyond your years my friend.
    ;D
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    Re: Perhaps Zygi Wilf was ahead of his time

    "mountainviking" wrote:
    Minnesota:
    Home of 10,000 controversies!
    No More!!
    And, that is why I think that BChill has a few more years promised to him.

    Sure, We've lost alot of big time playmakers, but is there anyone out there who doesn't see that we've also lost the Me First, GiMME-Gimme's...the I'm above the law, what's 10grand to me (straight cash baby)'s...and the What Do You Mean there's a new playbook guy's???

    Looking through our draft picks and FA signings since BChill took over, there is one overriding theme:
    HIGH CHARACTER AND HIGH WORK ETHIC, TEAM PLAYERS!!

    SKOL!!
    Instead of under-achieving, overpaid superstars, we're building a team based on over-achieving blue collar workers, and I LOVE IT!!
    GOOD POST!!!!!!
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    Re: Perhaps Zygi Wilf was ahead of his time

    "sleepagent" wrote:
    Shouldn't be a double standard . . . suspend VICK like you did PAC-MAN.

    Why can't WILF be linked to "being ahead of his time" with winning?
    Maybe this year . . .
    I don't believe this is evidence of a double standard.
    Pac-Man has had many run-ins with the law.
    He was in trouble every weekend.
    There is a man paralyzed from just above the waist down.
    I don't know what role Pac-Man played in that, but rest assured he and/or his friends were the culprits.
    The commish is doing the right thing.
    Keep him out until he and the NFL review the facts.
    Then suspend him.
    I bet
    Atlanta cuts him soon.
    You do have to admit a 95% conviction rate on Federal Indictments.
    That is strong.
    Imagine Joe Mauer batting 500 times and getting 475 hits.
    Wow!

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    Re: Perhaps Zygi Wilf was ahead of his time

    Perhaps they’re both staring down at bracelets with W.W.Z.D. stamped across their wrists and asking themselves the same question:

    What would Zygi do?
    i lol'd irl, i love that quote lol


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    Re: Perhaps Zygi Wilf was ahead of his time

    It is,however a good and increasingly necessary part of professional sports across the nation. I wonder what it says about our country as a whole.
    It says that the fear of jail is not enough to make morons act correctly and morally.
    Hence the reason I suggest we start stoning people
    ;D

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