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mjiorle
09-25-2012, 03:02 PM
The POTUS weighs in on the officials last night. I know he's a sports fan, but seems a lot like a political opportunity with all the talk about it today. Oh yeah, I thought we were gonna get a playoff for college football too.?????????
Mike

murral stark
09-25-2012, 06:46 PM
The POTUS weighs in on the officials last night. I know he's a sports fan, but seems a lot like a political opportunity with all the talk about it today. Oh yeah, I thought we were gonna get a playoff for college football too.?????????
Mike
so it's obama's fault that there is no playoff in college football? You are reaching there.

huntinman
09-25-2012, 07:08 PM
so it's obama's fault that there is no playoff in college football? You are reaching there.

hey murral, you still riding both sides of the fence like you said when you got here? Sounds to me like it's all pretty one sided. At least most of us claim the side we are on.

Marvin S
09-25-2012, 07:35 PM
hey murral, you still riding both sides of the fence like you said when you got here? Sounds to me like it's all pretty one sided. At least most of us claim the side we are on.

Murral doesn't like rich kids cause he felt they looked down on him, wonder why now? Murral was a real stud in HS by his own admission, now he has no credit cause apparently his former wife found no glamor in HS antics. This could go on but I think most can fill in the rest of the blanks.

At the least the guy from Port St Lucie was bright if somehwat misguided - Murral qualifies on the latter :p.

Marvin S
09-25-2012, 07:39 PM
The POTUS weighs in on the officials last night. I know he's a sports fan, but seems a lot like a political opportunity with all the talk about it today. Oh yeah, I thought we were gonna get a playoff for college football too.?????????
Mike

It's the officials fault that GB's O-line is a little porous & they have no running game - it appears the NFC West is making a statement, at the least, for now :cool:.

murral stark
09-25-2012, 08:08 PM
Murral doesn't like rich kids cause he felt they looked down on him, wonder why now? Murral was a real stud in HS by his own admission, now he has no credit cause apparently his former wife found no glamor in HS antics. This could go on but I think most can fill in the rest of the blanks.

At the least the guy from Port St Lucie was bright if somehwat misguided - Murral qualifies on the latter :p.

No my former wife thought the grass was greener on the other side of the fence and left for another dude that was a real smoothe talker. She later found out that he was full of gas and was an abuser of women. I paid my court ordered bills by the divorce decree and she did not so that's what ruined my credit. Both of our names were on the bills initially, and my naivity thinking that a divorce decree would remove my name from the bills. It didn't remove me, I''m still trying to pay those bills and clear my name.
I may not have a college degree like you, but so what I have a job, I work hard every day. After my post to you that was out of line, some time back, that BonMallari enlightened me on, I have been civil to you and I don't believe I have disrespected you directly since. I don't know how you grew up, but I know what I went through growing up and my feelings that I have stated in the past about the rich kids are justified in my mind. If you think they are not justified, you know what they say about opinions. At least an educated man such as yourself should know what they say about opinions.

murral stark
09-25-2012, 08:13 PM
hey murral, you still riding both sides of the fence like you said when you got here? Sounds to me like it's all pretty one sided. At least most of us claim the side we are on.


You got me there, they are pretty one sided. I'm like the rest of the politicians, I am flip flopping. I see something from the left that torques me, then I see something from the right that torques me. Let's just suffice to say that I am conflicted. HA HA HA!!!

murral stark
09-25-2012, 08:14 PM
It's the officials fault that GB's O-line is a little porous & they have no running game - it appears the NFC West is making a statement, at the least, for now :cool:.

Except my beloved Vikings threw a wrench in the 49er's gears. Now if they can just beat the packers.

mjiorle
09-25-2012, 08:27 PM
so it's obama's fault that there is no playoff in college football? You are reaching there.

I could be wrong, but I thought I remembered him making a comment about needing a playoff in college football when that was a hot current topic. Just sayin.
Mike

Franco
09-25-2012, 09:22 PM
You got me there, they are pretty one sided. I'm like the rest of the politicians, I am flip flopping. I see something from the left that torques me, then I see something from the right that torques me. Let's just suffice to say that I am conflicted. HA HA HA!!!

You may want to checkout the Issues section on this website and see if it hits home.:D
http://www.lp.org/

And Marv, the game is 60 minutes long.

murral stark
09-25-2012, 09:28 PM
I could be wrong, but I thought I remembered him making a comment about needing a playoff in college football when that was a hot current topic. Just sayin.
Mike
He made a comment that in his opinion we needed a playoff. he never said he was going to make an executive order
to implement a playoff system in college football.

Franco
09-25-2012, 09:41 PM
The NCAA is refining a playoff system for the 2014 season. So, it is the works.

mjiorle
09-25-2012, 09:51 PM
He made a comment that in his opinion we needed a playoff. he never said he was going to make an executive order
to implement a playoff system in college football.

Never said anything about an executive order, just makining the point of a politician jumping on the bandwagon of popular opinion of a hot topic.

murral stark
09-25-2012, 09:56 PM
Never said anything about an executive order, just makining the point of a politician jumping on the bandwagon of popular opinion of a hot topic.
Didn't mean to jump on you. Sorry man.

JDogger
09-25-2012, 10:11 PM
The election only weeks away and the number one topic is football. Sad...very sad.

huntinman
09-25-2012, 10:26 PM
The election only weeks away and the number one topic is football. Sad...very sad.

not hardly the number one topic on PP... maybe elsewhere... take a look at the replies and views

JDogger
09-25-2012, 11:19 PM
not hardly the number one topic on PP... maybe elsewhere... take a look at the replies and views

Your right. OK JD

But my post just moved to the top of the page.

BonMallari
09-25-2012, 11:36 PM
The election only weeks away and the number one topic is football. Sad...very sad.


I am growing weary about all the election talk...I would rather talk about duck/pheasant hunting...heck I even broke out the longbow and practiced today in hopes of somehow getting in a deer hunt in November..I might even go shoot a couple of rounds of skeet tomorrow just to dust off the cobwebs

I even started attending church the last month and it has had a very positive affect on my outlook..it has made me re examine the people I associate with both at work and away from it..it is a good move in a positive direction for me

charly_t
09-25-2012, 11:48 PM
I am growing weary about all the election talk...I would rather talk about duck/pheasant hunting...heck I even broke out the longbow and practiced today in hopes of somehow getting in a deer hunt in November..I might even go shoot a couple of rounds of skeet tomorrow just to dust off the cobwebs

I even started attending church the last month and it has had a very positive affect on my outlook..it has made me re examine the people I associate with both at work and away from it..it is a good move in a positive direction for me

Good for you, Bon. Wish my kids and grandkids were into church attendance. I sit home and watch my favorite speakers since I no longer get out much.