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Member since: August 12, 2006
Last visit: September 10, 2006

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ACC admits to 'timing error' in final seconds in Duke win over Clemson.

How many threads have we had that end up in conspiracy theorys about an official intentionally favoring one team over another. Get over it, they are no more perfect than the rest of us. Shit happens!

posted by Psycho at 09:07 AM on January 27, 2007

Champions League on ice?

I think this is a fantastic idea. On the other hand there is room for controversy. If they pull this off it would be a game of olympic proportions in my mind. Imagine being the best hockey team in the world. One problem I see is if you have, say, a Swedish player on your team and we play Sweden, where is that players loyalty going to lay?

posted by Psycho at 09:02 AM on January 27, 2007

One Toke Over The Line, Ron Mexico...

And my name is PSYCHO

posted by Psycho at 10:56 AM on January 19, 2007

Evolution of the NHL

I purpose a new rule; a goalie with no special pads, only a stick (normal size) and a glove, in front of a lacrosse sized net. That would be good.

posted by Psycho at 10:06 AM on January 16, 2007

Beckham makes it official.

Has anybody taken the time to research who is behind this deal? None other than American Idol bad boy & agent, Simon Cowell.

posted by Psycho at 06:20 PM on January 12, 2007

Scoring With A Heavy Heart.

Alas, only if Teemu still was with the Avalanche. Very nice tribute though.

posted by Psycho at 06:14 PM on January 12, 2007

Broncos' Darrent Williams Is Shot Dead

A wager gone bad and a young man in his prime taken out at random. I don't think he was the target, the shooters just knew that there was a Bronco in the Limo and someone was going to pay for whatever it was that they lost. That's just my conspiracy theory.

posted by Psycho at 10:41 AM on January 01, 2007

When does a pro sports league not follow its own rules?

If the Blue Jackets wanted the win so bad, they would have stayed out of the penelty box and never taken this to overtime and we wouldn't be having this discussion.

posted by Psycho at 10:41 AM on December 31, 2006

The Hoser's NFL Picks, Week Seventeen

I too disagree with the Bears - Packers spread. I think the Bears are going to take it to the Packers to show that they are in it for the trophey. They were quoted in Green Bays paper today as saying "we are treating this as our first playoff game". As far as Favre retiring; he has the mindset that he can get the 12 TD passes to tie Marino's record that he will keep coming back until he gets it even though he is a 16th season, 25th ranked QB. We do have one helluva QB at my daughters school, just a thought.

posted by Psycho at 04:00 PM on December 29, 2006

Flex this!

Here in Green Bay every bar has at least six TV screens, so it won't affect the amatuers that believe they have to start at 6:00. Then there are those who have long sense realized New Years Eve is not a good reason to be loud and stupid and try to play hide and seek from the DUI cops. I will probably watch something else and flash back to see the score on occasion. I was surprised that the paper only has the Bears by three. The Packers are going to take a dive. Even if every thing was to fall in place in their favor, they still have to win this game. It just isn't going to happen. They don't have it & Favre is only staying because he wants Marino's TD passing record. He needs to get over it, it is just not going to happen with the currrent team. Bears by 14!

posted by Psycho at 03:53 PM on December 28, 2006

'Scuse me while I whip this out...

Is his license going to get suspended for 6 months, get 200 hours community service, undergo alcohol assessment like you or I? No, BECAUSE he was all over the media and it made him someone to talk about and make jokes about DUI. Look at this stream, how many of you ignorant dorks have made jokes about this Bently driving potential death machine pissing in the street. There is nothing to laugh about and because he has money and celebrity status he will not go through what we poor peasents would, that is just the facts. Do your reaserch and see how many pro athletes and other famous people have DUI but are still drinking and driving. Maybe they will hit you next, and if you live, you can laugh then.

posted by Psycho at 02:15 PM on December 23, 2006

'Scuse me while I whip this out...

As a recovering alcoholic, sober 7 years, I have no sympathy for this man. I know I did really stupid and reckless stuff and it was inexcusable. His actions, I don't care how fat his wallet is or what he drives or where he was parked are not an excuse for DUI. He has no excuse and the bitch of it all is that sence he has money he won't get shit for this compared to what you or I would get.

posted by Psycho at 03:51 PM on December 22, 2006

The Hoser's NFL Picks, Week Fifteen

My Dad lives in Indianapolis and swears by the Colts (and the Pacers, so you know, well....) He is really sweating it now, especially after last week. Yeah I live in G.B now, but yes I was born and raised a Hoosier, please don't hold it against me. I love looking in the paper to see any Indy loss. All Indy has that I care for is the racing. I don't know what is going on with Manning, maybe he and Favre have been hanging out.

posted by Psycho at 01:32 PM on December 16, 2006

The Hoser's NFL Picks, Week Fifteen

You know, I have always agreed with your Packer picks, and as I have said I live in G.B. & am not a fan, but this time I have to differ. Detroit has a very distinct advantage this week. My in-laws are in town to see the game. They love the Packers and think they are the best team there is. They are from the U.P. of MI., what do you expect. Very weird thinking there. Anyway with them in the stands it puts a hex on the Packers and gives the Lions an edge. I say Detroit anything over the Packers. Besides, lets let the Lions have a win, the Packers aren't going to the playoffs anyway.

posted by Psycho at 09:55 PM on December 15, 2006

Almost 49 years since the Munich air crash, Manchester United and England icon Sir Bobby Charlton is still haunted

Nice, owlhouse, very nice.

posted by Psycho at 06:55 PM on December 12, 2006