Out of the Blue

Happy Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. The civil rights leader's birthday was actually last week, but it's not really a holiday in the U.S. if it's not on a Monday, so there you go.

The football games were pretty great yesterday, though the officiating was pretty rough. I turned around my horrible regular season for our playoff pool and am in first place at this point, with my pre-playoffs pick matrix resulting in nine winners out of ten games so far. The points escalate with each round in this one, however, so there's still the chance for me to end up as low as tied for fourth out of ten (actually nine, as one player made no picks) if I get the Super Bowl wrong, so I'll keep the champagne on ice for now.

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Link: Reddit correlates legalized pot with football success.
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Cutter wrote on Jan 20, 2014, 21:05:
Sepharo wrote on Jan 20, 2014, 20:41:
Hoop wrote on Jan 20, 2014, 15:31:
After watching the sound bite after the SeaHawkes game where that dude threw his toys's mouthing off about "don't call me names I'm the best, MotherF&%$"

He didn't swear you're just projecting that on him.

Regardless, he's a trash talking punk. There's being competitive, then there's just being a dick.

read between the lines dude. i don't know if you've played much sports in your life but it doesn't sound like you have. sherman wasn't being a punk. he was responding to a punk. crabtree had been mouthing off the entire game and even leading up to the game, so this is what happens when you shut down a punk who'd been disrespecting you for a week or more. that's why afterwards crabtree wasn't angry about it - he knew he got shut up and he had no right to talk anymore.
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