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    Re: Who can't stand Tony Kornheiser?

    Kornheiser doesnt know what he's talking about...you know he's just there to be the "funny guy". I don't really listen to anything he says in a serious manner...he's your typical east coast media jackarse...

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    Re: Who can't stand Tony Kornheiser?

    I also like him on PTI but just can't stand him talking football cause he can't.

    Guess what collumn I would put him in on the spreadsheet?
    :

    My spread sheet.

    a. Those that have a clue.
    Probably played at some level (High School or Above) or coached.


    These usually have the same opinions as I do or at least can articulate an opinion that might make me change mine.
    In a few cases people in this column do know more than me (or at least that’s my opinion of them).

    b. Those that seem to have a clue but are a bit off.
    Probably never been on a field or coached.


    These come up with stuff that I might not have thought of.
    Also they can form sensible arguments.
    Very easily swayed to my opinion or others that fall into column (a).

    c.
    Those that have no clue but still seem to be pretty intelligent and can be reasoned with.


    Same as b only it takes a bit more effort to make them see the errors of thier ways.

    d. Those who have no clue and think they do.
    Unable to reason with them at all.


    These guys are usually the ones that posters that fall into columns (a) and (b) call haters.
    Pretty much a waste of effort to try to help them understand even the basics of football, however, I still try.

    e.
    Just here for the beer.
    Have some sort of love for the team but love the kinship with other fans of thier team.



    These types of people are necessary to keeping the site fun and enjoyable for all.
    Most of them crack me up on a continual basis.

    f. Owner of the site.
    It doesn't matter what category he falls under.
    He owns the site.


    This guy has his own column for obvious reasons and with very few exceptions should ever be questioned.
    He owns that right.

    g. Idiot sports announcers or newspaper hacks that irritate me.
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    Re: Who can't stand Tony Kornheiser?

    "buliwyf" wrote:
    I nearly watched the Bear's game with mute on. Makes me look back at the Dennis Miller era with fondness, and I get downright nostalgic remembering the Madden days. All in all, I miss the ABC days.
    It could always be worse.
    At least Dan Dierdorf is not on there anymore.

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    Re: Who can't stand Tony Kornheiser?

    Cool...you made a spreadsheet! Think you can file my taxes for me ?
    :

    My spread sheet.

    a. Those that have a clue.
    Probably played at some level (High School or Above) or coached.


    These usually have the same opinions as I do or at least can articulate an opinion that might make me change mine.
    In a few cases people in this column do know more than me (or at least that’s my opinion of them).

    b. Those that seem to have a clue but are a bit off.
    Probably never been on a field or coached.


    These come up with stuff that I might not have thought of.
    Also they can form sensible arguments.
    Very easily swayed to my opinion or others that fall into column (a).

    c.
    Those that have no clue but still seem to be pretty intelligent and can be reasoned with.



    Same as b only it takes a bit more effort to make them see the errors of thier ways.

    d. Those who have no clue and think they do.
    Unable to reason with them at all.



    These guys are usually the ones that posters that fall into columns (a) and (b) call haters.
    Pretty much a waste of effort to try to help them understand even the basics of football, however, I still try.

    e.
    Just here for the beer.
    Have some sort of love for the team but love the kinship with other fans of thier team.




    These types of people are necessary to keeping the site fun and enjoyable for all.
    Most of them crack me up on a continual basis.

    f. Owner of the site.
    It doesn't matter what category he falls under.
    He owns the site.



    This guy has his own column for obvious reasons and with very few exceptions should ever be questioned.
    He owns that right.

    g. Idiot sports announcers or newspaper hacks that irritate me.
    [/quote]

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    Re: Who can't stand Tony Kornheiser?

    "audioghost" wrote:
    Cool...you made a spreadsheet! Think you can file my taxes for me ?

    :

    My spread sheet.

    a. Those that have a clue.
    Probably played at some level (High School or Above) or coached.


    These usually have the same opinions as I do or at least can articulate an opinion that might make me change mine.
    In a few cases people in this column do know more than me (or at least that’s my opinion of them).

    b. Those that seem to have a clue but are a bit off.
    Probably never been on a field or coached.


    These come up with stuff that I might not have thought of.
    Also they can form sensible arguments.
    Very easily swayed to my opinion or others that fall into column (a).

    c.
    Those that have no clue but still seem to be pretty intelligent and can be reasoned with.



    Same as b only it takes a bit more effort to make them see the errors of thier ways.

    d. Those who have no clue and think they do.
    Unable to reason with them at all.



    These guys are usually the ones that posters that fall into columns (a) and (b) call haters.
    Pretty much a waste of effort to try to help them understand even the basics of football, however, I still try.

    e.
    Just here for the beer.
    Have some sort of love for the team but love the kinship with other fans of thier team.




    These types of people are necessary to keeping the site fun and enjoyable for all.
    Most of them crack me up on a continual basis.

    f. Owner of the site.
    It doesn't matter what category he falls under.
    He owns the site.



    This guy has his own column for obvious reasons and with very few exceptions should ever be questioned.
    He owns that right.

    g. Idiot sports announcers or newspaper hacks that irritate me.
    [/quote]
    Doubt it.
    I suck with numbers.
    ;D
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    Re: Who can't stand Tony Kornheiser?

    I like Tony,
    He is a funny guy, and that is all he is there for.
    Four score and seven years ago, Brad Childress has brought upon this team, a west coast offense, conceived in San Francisco, and Dedicated to be a Kick jiggly butt offence. We are now engaged in an NFL season, testing weather that offense can get going or that our defense can long endure.

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    Re: Who can't stand Tony Kornheiser?

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "audioghost" wrote:
    Cool...you made a spreadsheet! Think you can file my taxes for me ?

    :

    My spread sheet.

    a. Those that have a clue.
    Probably played at some level (High School or Above) or coached.


    These usually have the same opinions as I do or at least can articulate an opinion that might make me change mine.
    In a few cases people in this column do know more than me (or at least that’s my opinion of them).

    b. Those that seem to have a clue but are a bit off.
    Probably never been on a field or coached.


    These come up with stuff that I might not have thought of.
    Also they can form sensible arguments.
    Very easily swayed to my opinion or others that fall into column (a).

    c.
    Those that have no clue but still seem to be pretty intelligent and can be reasoned with.



    Same as b only it takes a bit more effort to make them see the errors of thier ways.

    d. Those who have no clue and think they do.
    Unable to reason with them at all.



    These guys are usually the ones that posters that fall into columns (a) and (b) call haters.
    Pretty much a waste of effort to try to help them understand even the basics of football, however, I still try.

    e.
    Just here for the beer.
    Have some sort of love for the team but love the kinship with other fans of thier team.




    These types of people are necessary to keeping the site fun and enjoyable for all.
    Most of them crack me up on a continual basis.

    f. Owner of the site.
    It doesn't matter what category he falls under.
    He owns the site.



    This guy has his own column for obvious reasons and with very few exceptions should ever be questioned.
    He owns that right.

    g. Idiot sports announcers or newspaper hacks that irritate me.
    Doubt it.
    I suck with numbers.

    ;D
    [/quote]

    Haha...fair enough

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    Re: Who can't stand Tony Kornheiser?

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    I also like him on PTI but just can't stand him talking football cause he can't.

    Guess what collumn I would put him in on the spreadsheet?

    :

    My spread sheet.

    a. Those that have a clue.
    Probably played at some level (High School or Above) or coached.


    These usually have the same opinions as I do or at least can articulate an opinion that might make me change mine.
    In a few cases people in this column do know more than me (or at least that’s my opinion of them).

    b. Those that seem to have a clue but are a bit off.
    Probably never been on a field or coached.


    These come up with stuff that I might not have thought of.
    Also they can form sensible arguments.
    Very easily swayed to my opinion or others that fall into column (a).

    c.
    Those that have no clue but still seem to be pretty intelligent and can be reasoned with.



    Same as b only it takes a bit more effort to make them see the errors of thier ways.

    d. Those who have no clue and think they do.
    Unable to reason with them at all.



    These guys are usually the ones that posters that fall into columns (a) and (b) call haters.
    Pretty much a waste of effort to try to help them understand even the basics of football, however, I still try.

    e.
    Just here for the beer.
    Have some sort of love for the team but love the kinship with other fans of thier team.




    These types of people are necessary to keeping the site fun and enjoyable for all.
    Most of them crack me up on a continual basis.

    f. Owner of the site.
    It doesn't matter what category he falls under.
    He owns the site.



    This guy has his own column for obvious reasons and with very few exceptions should ever be questioned.
    He owns that right.

    g. Idiot sports announcers or newspaper hacks that irritate me.
    I fall into every category except f & g.
    Get your facts first, and then you can distort them as much as you please. Mark Twain

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    Re: Who can't stand Tony Kornheiser?

    "vikings_fan66" wrote:
    I also think he is funny more so on PTI ....he often annoys me on MNF
    What he said.
    I watch PTI almost every night.

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    Re: Who can't stand Tony Kornheiser?

    kornhiser is an idiot in my book....

    just something about him

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