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Name: Tim Heiland
Location: Rapid City, SD
ZIP: 57701
Gender: wife's whipping boy
Member since: February 13, 2005
Last visit: April 20, 2008

tdheiland has posted 2 links and 37 comments to SportsFilter and 0 links and 0 comments to the Locker Room.

Sports Bio

Fantasy nut, Registered Die-Hard Cubs Fan. Every game I've ever seen at Wrigley has been fantastic.

Recent Links

Sherman fired after losing season.: So is this a round about way of getting rid of Farve, he has said if Sherman goes he goes. They just gave Sherman an extension last year.

posted by tdheiland to football at 02:16 PM on January 02, 2006 - 37 comments

R&A votes to allow women at British Open: Whats the world coming to when the stiff brits cave in?

posted by tdheiland to golf at 01:59 PM on October 15, 2005 - 6 comments

Recent Comments

Vacaville HS vs Merced HS (37-36)

Your Money...You have to understand all of the people posting on this website are completely perfect. They have no time for anybody not worthy of being nailed to a cross. I liked the post, good for your school!

posted by tdheiland at 11:07 AM on December 10, 2006

Pakistan protest sparks farce

And I always thought a cricket was a bug, damn stupid yank anyway.

posted by tdheiland at 05:35 PM on August 20, 2006

Bonds Relived

I wish Bonds would just fade away.

posted by tdheiland at 07:42 PM on July 21, 2006

The world's most famous hacker,

You people can say what you want...but Tiger is still the man to beat in a major.

posted by tdheiland at 10:03 PM on July 17, 2006

Clemens to Astros?

A very insane amount of money, if those idiots are willing to pay, how can you blame Clemens for taking it? What do you expect, for Roger to say...I'm sorry but I can't accept an insane amount of money. Please

posted by tdheiland at 06:18 PM on May 30, 2006

Financing OKd for Twins New Stadium

Just another example of the taxpayer getting stiffed while a major sports team owner gets richer. Would love to see the Twins ownership prove that they spend the added money they make putting a better product on the field.

posted by tdheiland at 01:05 PM on May 21, 2006

Ultimate Bowling tournament with an ultimate prize

Damn...I carry a 213 average, ND is not that far from SD where I live, I wish I would have known.

posted by tdheiland at 12:36 PM on April 23, 2006

(New) Home, James

Before you guys totally condem Edge for this you should wait and see what else the Cards do. They have already picked up two o-line free agents and have a ton of cap space. The draft is just six weeks away.

posted by tdheiland at 06:23 PM on March 12, 2006

No progress, but talks might resume March 5

It's amazing what happens to even the most successful and richest of pro sports once the greed factor kicks in. It makes me sick. Birk is right, this sort of stuff will put football back where it was before the last strike. The article says they are fighting over 4% (10 million per team). Out of the billions of $ the NFL brings in every year one would think 10 M wouldn't be that big of a deal. Maybe they should just donate that 10M to charity and call it even. Everybody comes out smelling like a rose that way.

posted by tdheiland at 09:50 AM on March 05, 2006

Sucker-punch drunk in the NHL front office

Weedy...I used to watch. When my boys got old enough to sit and watch sports with me and go to a few games they asked me once why the players were always fighting. I didn't have a good answer for them. What would you tell your kids?

posted by tdheiland at 04:36 PM on January 08, 2006

Sucker-punch drunk in the NHL front office

My point is this could be one of the reasons alot of other people don't watch either and hockey will never be more than a 3rd string sport. You are welcome.

posted by tdheiland at 04:26 PM on January 08, 2006

Sucker-punch drunk in the NHL front office

Just one of the many reasons I can't stand Hockey and refuse to watch it. Nice piece of writing.

posted by tdheiland at 03:34 PM on January 08, 2006

Sherman fired after losing season.

after all that success, when I'm at the helm, I sink the ship. He inherited a decent team from Holmgren and in less than 6 years turned it into what it is today. Has nobody but himself to blame for the downfall of the Packers.

posted by tdheiland at 03:44 PM on January 02, 2006

Sherman fired after losing season.

Only time will tell, but I would be willing to bet the Packers won't hire Mooch because of my previous reasons for firing Sherman. Nice post Rhino as I was wondering where that question fit in with this thread anyway.

posted by tdheiland at 03:11 PM on January 02, 2006

Sherman fired after losing season.

I was thinking it would be an easy way to get rid of an over the hill hall of famer without taking a PR hit with the fan base. They fire Sherman, Farve decides to call it quits and the Packers have a reason to go into full rebuilding mode. They do it any other way and the s**t hits the fan with the fans.

posted by tdheiland at 02:36 PM on January 02, 2006