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  • 4.10 Winner (Season Finale)

    Hatorian said:
    After Gus's experience with Werner, and what he does to Nacho to get him high in the Salamancas, does it really make sense anymore that he spares Walter White after Jesse shoots Gail?  If he's willing to take a years long delay on a big project, I think he kills Walt out of principle because Gail was his loyal guy, Walt is a loose cannon and Jesse will be easier to control.  He kills Walter and feeds him to some pigs, puts Jesse in his own Gus style chain and shackles and trots him from where the Germans were living to the lab to cook until he can find someone to replace him.
    "You need at least sixteen pigs to finish the job in one sitting, so be wary of any man who keeps a pig farm. They will go through a body that weighs 200 pounds in about eight minutes. That means that a single pig can consume two pounds of uncooked flesh every minute. Hence the expression, "as greedy as a pig."
    Nice Snatch reference!
    I read the entire post but all I focused on was the mention of a pig farm.  Anytime anybody says anything about a pig farm I immediately think of Brick Top.
    bazjenster
  • 4.10 Winner (Season Finale)

    After Gus's experience with Werner, and what he does to Nacho to get him high in the Salamancas, does it really make sense anymore that he spares Walter White after Jesse shoots Gail?  If he's willing to take a years long delay on a big project, I think he kills Walt out of principle because Gail was his loyal guy, Walt is a loose cannon and Jesse will be easier to control.  He kills Walter and feeds him to some pigs, puts Jesse in his own Gus style chain and shackles and trots him from where the Germans were living to the lab to cook until he can find someone to replace him.
    "You need at least sixteen pigs to finish the job in one sitting, so be wary of any man who keeps a pig farm. They will go through a body that weighs 200 pounds in about eight minutes. That means that a single pig can consume two pounds of uncooked flesh every minute. Hence the expression, "as greedy as a pig."
    HatorianDoctor_Nickbazjenster
  • Ethical implications of Meat consumption

    cdrive said:
    Wait I thought this was the food groups from the 90's:

    Don't forget Weezin the juice 

    Image result for encino man weezin the juice
    cdriveken hale
  • NFL 2018/19 Chat Thread

    Do the Vikings and Browns kicker make it to the next game?  It was funny, as a fan of neither Cleveland or New Orleans, watching the ending to that game was fun.  First, on 4th and 5 (or maybe shorter I forget), when Tyrod threw that bomb, I thought, "what are you doing, why are you going for it all" and then the guy caught it and it was just "wow! But wouldn't it be also a Browns thing to do if the guy missed the extra point" and then bam, he missed.  Then it was "wait a minute, how much time did they give Drew Brees......" and then lastly it was like "can Cleveland can back into FG range" only to watch the kicker miss.  Just sucks if you're a fan of them and haven't won a game since 2016.

    It's also funny with regards to Ben McAdoo, since he had the balls to bench Eli for a game last year, the Giants are now open to bench Eli this season should they feel the need to do so because Eli's streak has already been stopped.  Granted, you could make excuses that the O-line is more of the issue, unless there are some major changes, I don't see Eli starting every game or staying with the Giants next season should they have a bad losing record (think they would probably approach Eli and basically ask him to retire otherwise he's getting cut).

    I will say, should it come back to it, it would be an interesting re-match for the Pats and Jags to play again.  Would have to think that the Pats would give it a better overall effort in a 2nd game (especially if other players were back on the field).  Although, clearly yesterday, the Jags were the better team and played better and deserved to win.

    I was pretty upset with the missed kicks with the Vikings kicker.  We drafted him in the 5th round and cut Forbath because this guy had a bigger leg and sounded like he was more consistent.  I guarantee they'll give him another game or 2 before anything major is done but I expect them to bring someone in and at least work them to put pressure on Carlson to perform.  I'm sick of inconsistent kicking costing us games and part of me wants to see us just go sign Dan Bailey and be done with it.
    And my wishes come true pretty much right after I post this hahahahhaha.

    https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2018/09/17/vikings-cut-daniel-carlson-will-sign-dan-bailey/
    Chinaski
  • What would you like to see from Bald Move?

    Travis said:
    Flukes said:
    If we can add Curling to the Bald Move regional pseudo-sport olympics, I'm pretty sure @CretanBull and I can round up a Canadian contingent. :D
    I'll somehow find a way to recruit the U.S. Olympic gold medalist curling team, they're all from MN and Wisconsin.  They go on our local sports radio from time to time.  They'll hear they're needed to represent for the Bald Move Olympics and they won't be able to turn it down.
    Whoa, whoa, whoa buddy. I demand that all participants take a Bald Move Community Citizenship test. No ringers!
    If you don't know Jim's real name, Bald Move Rule #1, and cannot effectively describe the meaning of "mildly interesting" you cannot participate.
    Alright fine, I'll just have to start a training regimen with them now so I can have a chance.  This Canada team has me worried  ;)
    TravisFlukes