Discussion in 'Fantasy Sports Central' started by Darth Tater, Aug 20, 2009.
Saulus has become to Paulus?
Spot on. Business as usual with him.
That's probably pretty funny, but I have no clue what that means? I googled it and think it is a bible reference having something to do with "me to we", but I couldn't find a clear explanation. Can you explain, please? Now I'm curious.
In english it is Saul/Paul; Homeros is Homer, etc.Damn I forgot. Christianity, Paul/Saul I suspect that God who spoke with you was god of madness...
You know, that point really hit home with me. Do Slugs count as living creatures too? Because, if they do that means I need to be nice to some other members in our league like Know All, Rascoe, and Bill Laimbeer.[/quote] Is this the sore loser from baseball coming out here....coming in 6th (barely) really shows a guy's character. Slugs eat pond scum like you for dinner, so don't go overboard in your need to try to hurt the innocent, for the wrath of something or other will come upon the something or other (this bible speak thing is fun!).
Speaking of slugs, would you guys please stop being mean to me? If not, I'm going to tell Rascoe.
Oh great, I see another two week hiatus on the horizon. Bill...can you say "Moo"? Anyhow, I'm sorry I referred to you and Know All as "slugs" when you are clearly maggots. My bad...
I always think of a great story when I hear the word maggot: My brother is in the Army. In basic training they heard quite a bit of colorful language from the drill leaders, as well as being called every creeping thing under the sun: worms, maggots, excrement, etc. When he first got to basic training, they all had to stand in formation with the drill sergeant walking up and down the rows looking at them. They had a pretty colorful group. There was a Green, a Black, a White, and even a Blue. One of the soldiers last name was Maggot. When the drill sergeant got to him, he stopped dead in his tracks, and yelled "Oh my gosh! Battle! Get over here! You gotta see this!" (Battle is what the drill sergeants called each other as in "battle buddies"). All the drill sergeants ran over and cracked up. "We've got a maggot in this squadron! How you doing, Maggot?!!! Having a good day, Maggot?!!" They had a field day with it. The poor guy actually turned out to be a good soldier according to my brother.
Maggots clean the earth of all the downbeat stinken rotten pieces of dead meat on the planet....like you Darth. By the way...those two weeks were quite the treat for the rest of us. Anyway, does the Moo for Bill indicate he is a block-head M(ichigan) fan. If so, I don't mind being called a maggot, but to lump me in with him is truly disgusting.
OOPS. Did I say you two were Maggots? It was a typo. I meant to hit the "F" key. Not the "M" key.
Only at pf.com could a fantasy hockey thread deteriorate to this....
The real NHL teams have only played one or two games at most and I've already made about nine roster moves...not to mention the two trades I made. Rookies, watch closely. Learn from the master. Obviously I do not have the slightest clue as to what I am doing. This is getting embarrassing. I need Help!
I have a nice left winger in Alex Tanguay available for the right deal...
LOL. I drafted Tanguay mainly because he was on Tampa, but I just never cared for the guy as a fantasy player. I don't regret dumping him, but of course I will if he does well. That being said he plays for Tampa...so the odds are not in his favor.
Tanguay puts up about one point per game. How can you not like him?
I don't know. But I don't. I don't dislike him, but players I don't actually like...don't last on my squad. Doesn't make sense, but it is what it is. The more I play fantasy sports the more "pets" I get and therefore the more biased. It is not at all conducive to winning, but it is what keeps me going.
I sure wish that Darth guy would come around and post, havn't seen him in months now..... think ever since he ticked me off in the baseball league
Apparently my evil genius diabolical scheme is working. Muahahahahah...
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