InterestsGame design, video games, literature, illustration, construction of fictional worlds, Jane's Addiction, Transmetropolitan, Alan Moore, Hunter S. Thompson, Neal Stephenson, Terry Pratchett, NFL football, Dunhills, good whisky, doomed nobility, dirty politics, dynastic squabbling, filthy lucre
More or less share the "Walt was a monster and it was always there" school of thought, and I'll co-sign this one. I loved Mike. Really happy he gets more time in Better Call Saul. It was remarkable how much Hank changed in my conception as the show went along. He started out as an unlikable meathead, and ended a pure hero in a show filled with morally grey characters.
Absolufuckinglutely not. It was the Cowboys who chose to take Hardy on after his suspension. And it was the Cowboys who kept smiling and nodding at him when he was popping off about Brady's wife, fucking around in his interviews, and blowing up on his teammates and coaches. It was the Cowboys who made excuses for him, called him a team leader, and talked about extending his contract. The Cowboys made the decision over and over to choose Greg Hardy. Own it and live with it. The Panthers cut Greg Hardy last year when his issues came out. You remember them? The same team that ate your Cowboys like the carrion they are?
Didn't he go to rehab? So boozing it up, even on a bye week, probably not the way to earn the trust of your coaches. In other news, Danny Amendola has a knee sprain and may be back in time for the Broncos game. It's funny, I was just thinking last night about how Amendola had become the number one receiver and was the punt returner as well, and the knock on him when he joined the team was that he couldn't stay healthy.
He's apparently been demoted to third string. I really wish Dallas had drafted him. He belongs there with the rest of the Hardy Boys, getting his bullshit excused by their gold-plated toad of an owner.
It's trendy to say you hate kids? Why do I get the feeling you have no fucking idea what is "trendy" and what is not? Also, pro tip -- it's a stupid and dickish thing to say someone should be dumped by her boyfriend because she said she hated kids. Just stop digging this hole. Because it's making me think you have a whole lot of issues that you're kind of projecting on someone else's fairly innocuous post.
I love kids too, but I didn't feel the need to take Jace's hatred of kids personally or consider her a poor relationship choice for her boyfriend. So this explanation for your strange assholishness rings a little false.
"Overprivileged and clueless white man bumbles through life, unaware of the challenges faced by others, and eventually triumphs" describes some huge percentage of the comedies ever made. This includes Zoolander and Ron Burgundy. These movies are premised on the fact that these white men are so privileged that they can fuck up and make tons of mistakes and not pay much of a price for it in the end. So yes, white men are mocked a lot in Hollywood, but it's a mockery that is only possible because of the privilege baked in.
If you are too busy to support your assertions, maybe you are too busy to participate in these threads at all. You've probably spent more time refusing to support your arguments than it would have taken to just slap some links into a post. This is basic fucking message board etiquette. When asked to support your assertion, provide support.
I don't get it. I like rotisserie chicken. My work buddy and I used to just buy one for lunch and tear it apart with our bare hands in the lunch room. What's wrong with rotisserie chicken? I also think your BF has a solid civil suit on his hands if the store sold him a terribly undercooked chicken.
On further reflection, last night really was such a Rex Ryan game. Great defensive gameplan that more or less stifled Gronk and kept Brady confused. It reminded me of the 2010 playoff game when the Jets' defense kept Brady confused and the Pats lost at home, just a few weeks after the butt fumble. But Rex's team lost because they made so many mistakes and did so many Rexy things. Of course, Rex did save his team a touchdown by interfering with an official to cause the inadvertent whistle, blowing the play dead. On a drive when the Pats settled for a long distance field goal, which they missed, and gave the Bills a short field on the next series, on which they scored a touchdown. So great job, Rex, you really maximized your value there with your undisciplined sideline antics. This is way better and more productive than when one of your assistant coaches tripped an opposing player on the sideline. Your willingness to be a fucking shit-flinging monkey on the sideline, and the incompetence of the refs, really turned that one well for you. Rex's great achievement would have been even more spectacular if the referees hadn't essentially made shit up as they went along when reviewing that call and deciding what to do with their clusterfuckup. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2015/11/24/dean-blandino-says-official-lost-track-of-the-football/ The NFL is amazing. It's a multi-billion-dollar enterprise whose central product is in the hands of inadequate, overwhelmed part-timers.
Way to bail the Bills out on being unable to get a play in, refs. Spot the Bills a free yard on the spot, give them a false first down, then review your shitty spot while the Bills get their shit together.