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Postby FFPlayinMoFo » Sat Oct 29, 2005 8:48 pm

You ever slice up a Jalapeno or some other hot pepper, and forget that you did a few minutes later, and then rub your face or other body part? That sucks
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Postby moonhead » Sat Oct 29, 2005 8:59 pm

FFPlayinMoFo wrote:You ever slice up a Jalapeno or some other hot pepper, and forget that you did a few minutes later, and then rub your face or other body part? That sucks


yeah like go take a leak. burning awfulness. nooooooo!
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Postby elldog5 » Sun Oct 30, 2005 8:07 pm

why are you guys all retarded?

I'll admit my worst move may have been trading Gates for M. Harrison after Moss, Horn and Bennett all went down the same day. I sort of panicked because I had no healthy recievers and I thought Cooley was going to break out. I wish I had Gates in there today.

My best move was picking up Brunell off the WW after some idiot dropped him, playing him against the 49ers, trading him and anderson for McGahee, and then sitting him today. I'm not sure McGahee will even be that much better than Anderson after his performance today though. So maybe that trade will become my worst move.
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Postby moonhead » Sun Oct 30, 2005 8:46 pm

elldog5 wrote:why are you guys all retarded?

I'll admit my worst move may have been trading Gates for M. Harrison after Moss, Horn and Bennett all went down the same day. I sort of panicked because I had no healthy recievers and I thought Cooley was going to break out. I wish I had Gates in there today.

My best move was picking up Brunell off the WW after some idiot dropped him, playing him against the 49ers, trading him and anderson for McGahee, and then sitting him today. I'm not sure McGahee will even be that much better than Anderson after his performance today though. So maybe that trade will become my worst move.


you're callin us retarded? :-?
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Postby KoopaTroopa211 » Sun Oct 30, 2005 11:33 pm

Best moves: My WW running backs. I grabbed Willie Parker before the season and got 4 good weeks out of him, and then picking up Marion Barber yesterday for his 2-TD performance today.

Worst move: Trading Bledsoe for Roethlisberger. I kinda had to, because Bledsoe and Bulger share a bye week, but it still sucks that I threw away such a productive QB.

Oh, and I passed up a chance to claim Eli Manning off the FA list.
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