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Postby Cowboys 4 life » Fri Nov 04, 2005 12:48 pm

I always wonder how it must feel to know you can't beat the other FFball team without the assistance of cheating.


The worse I ever saw was a guy in week 8 put Randy Moss into his line up for week 2 (Moss's rookie year) and on in a league where few really paid attention.

My father caught it after he noticed we were 1 win short of what our record said the day before. One day you are 5-2 and the next you are 4-3. Moss made it so he won several more games and vaulted into 1st. Needless to say he basically took it like a man and paid up while taking nothing then quit.
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Postby ampant » Fri Nov 04, 2005 4:23 pm

Redskins Win wrote:man that's a dirty commish, he must be from philly ;-D
You should also write to his wife, let her know what a terd you think he is and how shamelessly used her to defend his shoddy move.


LOL. That would be awesome. Then photoshop pictures of his face onto some gay porn as an attechemnt to the email.
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