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    Re: They start 'em young

    "Schutz" wrote:
    Wow I was defending Green Bay fans a couple weeks ago, but a troll or two really makes you think.
    What makes me a troll? Because you don't agree with me?

    Both sides here have been trash talking. The trash talking started with an email from someone, it got responded to by the owner of this site, you guys piled on, then I responded, and it's been back and forth ever since.

    Am I not allowed to trash talk as well?

    Don't confuse trash talking with ill intent or attempts to ruin your guys' site. That's not what I'm here for. If I was here to flood this forum with garbage, don't you think I would have posted in more than one topic?
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    Re: They start 'em young

    "rttsbgtgb" wrote:
    "Schutz" wrote:
    Wow I was defending Green Bay fans a couple weeks ago, but a troll or two really makes you think.
    What makes me a troll? Because you don't agree with me?

    Both sides here have been trash talking. The trash talking started with an email from someone, it got responded to by the owner of this site, you guys piled on, then I responded, and it's been back and forth ever since.

    Am I not allowed to trash talk as well?

    Don't confuse trash talking with ill intent or attempts to ruin your guys' site. That's not what I'm here for. If I was here to flood this forum with garbage, don't you think I would have posted in more than one topic?
    Nothing wrong with some harmless trash talking from both sides as long as it doesn't get out of hand. Usually it's done in good fun.

    I must ask though, were you visiting any Vikings forums for a little trash talking/bantering in 2005 when GB went 4-12?

    The year Favre threw 29 inteceptions.

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    Re: They start 'em young

    "Zeus" wrote:
    You know, I thought you were doing pretty good.
    Coming out fighting, making sense, good puncutation, salient points, etc. etc.

    Until you fall back upon the only thing you have - Super Bowls.
    It's open season, is it not? Anything and everything can be used when you have a trash talking debate going on.

    "Zeus" wrote:
    And now, with the rest of this post, you prove yourself not to be a worthy opponent along the lines of PPOer Pack93z, but just another of the idiots who bought a computer from Big Lots and got himself hooked up to the "innernet, Ma!" in between trips out back to the barn to floop some cows.
    This goes back to it being open season. If you guys can bring in cows, I can bring in Super Bowls.

    I don't care how worthy of an opponent I am. If you guys can't respond to me with anything other than pictures and the same over used commentary that, as I've scanned over this website, is used quite frequently, then I must be worthy enough to prevent you people from responding with any intelligence.

    I got my computer through my school, by the way.

    And I don't live in Wisconsin, nor am I from there. In fact, I've never lived there. Just thought I'd let you know that in case you wanted to change your whole goat and cow loving hillbilly argument against me.

    "Zeus" wrote:
    * The struggles at QB have made it difficult to evaluate the WRs.
    There is some talent, but is it enough to make the plays that are needed?
    Sidney Rice has been a surprise at times and will only get better.
    Nothing like Randy Moss.

    "Zeus" wrote:
    And Anthony Herrera was just signed to an extension.
    So he was signed to an extension...

    And?

    That doesn't mean he's good.

    "Zeus" wrote:
    * God, now you're really showing that you don't know anything about football.
    Better than KWill and Phat Pat?
    I guess you're one of these Sconnies who follow the Pack without truly being a student of the game.
    Typical.
    I bet you own a cheesehead that you bought from a rest-stop.
    I own a cheesehead I bought from the Lambeau Field gift shop.

    So you're almost right.

    The defensive line can't be all that good if they allow over 100 yards to Ryan Grant, now can they?

    "Zeus" wrote:
    * Even the slightest bit of analysis shows that the Vikes have two of the best young DEs in the NFC in Ray Edwards and Brian Robison.
    Add in the improved play of Kenechi Udeze and the steady return of Erasmus James and the Vikings have as good a foursome at DE as anyone.
    Aaron Kampman and KGB are far better.

    "Zeus" wrote:
    * I'll group these together because, quite frankly, I'm rather disappointed in the safety play this year.
    Sharper is a ball-hog who doesn't stick his hat in there and Dwight Smith can be beat.
    That's what your team gets for signing him.

    "Zeus" wrote:
    * That's difficult to assess after one season.
    Many are unhappy with Childress, but I, personally, believe he needs more time - at least another season.
    Oh please. It's only "difficult to assess" when you're losing. If he had gone 12-4 after the first season, you'd claim it was a blessing you signed him. Wouldn't be difficult to assess then, right?

    Look at it for what it is. Don't sugar coat it.

    "Zeus" wrote:
    Coaching, BTW, is not a "position".
    Is it not an important aspect of the team?

    You think the Patriots would be 10-0 without Belichick?

    And a video camera?

    "Zeus" wrote:
    Your "analysis" leaves much to be desired.
    I agree.

    "Zeus" wrote:
    Out of the idiotic listing of positions, you're only actually correct (IMHO) on Safeties, maybe QBs and maybe WRs.
    I notice, however, that you were smart enough to leave RUNNING BACKS off the list.
    I don't hate him yet. So I'm able to admit he's good.


    "Zeus" wrote:
    And, next season, when Purple Jesus brings his wrath upon the Packers, I hope you've managed to collect enough cans for redemption so you can afford to stop by a bar and buy the beer you'll need to drown your sorrows.
    I don't drink

    "Zeus" wrote:
    Unless, of course, that marriage to your cousin from Oshkosh works out, in which case, you'll be able to stop by the Co-Op to watch with the rest of the hillbillies.
    I'm not married either.

    Not that I know where Oshkosh is anyway.
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    Re: They start 'em young

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    We call him that because that's the nickname his mother gave him.


    Now, don't you feel ignorant?
    Why should I? Nicknames of Vikings running backs isn't exactly treasured knowledge that everyone should know.
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    Re: They start 'em young

    "rttsbgtgb" wrote:

    And I don't live in Wisconsin, nor am I from there. In fact, I've never lived there. Just thought I'd let you know that in case you wanted to change your whole goat and cow loving hillbilly argument against me.
    (1) It's goat & sheep, not goats & cows.

    (2) If you are not from Wisconsin & never been there, where are you from & why & when did you become a Packer fan, rather than a fan of the team from your home state?

    IMO, I smell a bandwagon fan?

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    Re: They start 'em young

    "Zeus" wrote:
    Because you're on our website?

    Sorry to trouble you with the polite rules of adults.
    Polite adults. Ha.

    As long as you guys continue to throw in the pictures and the jokes about incest and hillbillies, I'm going to keep responding how I'm responding.

    I don't care what jokes you guys say. Doesn't bother me, because they're just baseless assumptions on your part about me that are, unfortunately for you, incorrect.

    But as long as we're talking about intelligent discussions of the Vikings and Packers, I'll continue to respond with the same intelligence that all of you display.

    I'm more than capable of having a well meaning discussion about our teams, but that will start with you guys.
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    Re: They start 'em young

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    I must ask though, were you visiting any Vikings forums for a little trash talking/bantering in 2005 when GB went 4-12?
    As I said before, I just found F-2-FA
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    Re: They start 'em young

    "singersp" wrote:
    (1) It's goat & sheep, not goats & cows.
    My apologies

    "singersp" wrote:
    (2) If you are not from Wisconsin & never been there, where are you from & why & when did you become a Packer fan, rather than a fan of the team from your home state?
    I didn't say I've never been there. I said I've never lived there.

    I have been to Lambeau Field for a game against the Lions. That's it.

    I'm from Houston (Texas) and live about a half hour north of Detroit.

    I started watching football in about '94, and started liking the Packers. Don't ask why, because I don't know. I was far too young at the time (7) to know how good they were in that period in time, so it's not "bandwagon".

    And if it was bandwagon, I think I would have jumped off when they went 4-12. I didn't and I never will.
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    Re: They start 'em young

    Well, I'm off to watch some bad pre-game shows.

    Good luck with your game.
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    Re: They start 'em young

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    Well, I'm off to watch some bad pre-game shows.

    Good luck with your game.
    So far, so good.

    =Z=

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