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About RichardWitham

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  • Birthday 03/25/1980

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  1. NFL Merry-Go-Round: Relocation Roundelay

    it'll get torn down ias a result of the reggie bush injury lawsuit Kappa
  2. MLB 2016 Changes

    it's really not as bad as people think... it really isnt
  3. MLB 2016 Changes

    i woulda perferred turquoise roadies instead of grey. but they are gonna be unique, so not bad actually.... it;s not the yankees, but it doesnt need to be
  4. MLB 2016 Changes

    those are really not bad....... honestly... it's a new millennium, teams dont need to be completely traditional.... there are 30 teams in MLB, i dont mind one or 2 even being a bit out there... wish they woulda used turquoise
  5. MLB 2016 Changes

    honestly we should wait and see... IMHO not EVERY team needs to look like the classic teams.... one team out of 30 can be a bit out there... wish they would have turquoise road unis like the old powder blues
  6. History of a Fictional Football League (1977 Season)

    . i modelled him after grant napier from KHTK in sacramento. i wanted to try to make him the voice of the angry fan, who got his team taken away from him through no real fault of his own and he's upset.
  7. History of a Fictional Football League (1977 Season)

    it was suppsote to be the views of the fans from the area and a suggestion to the committee sorry if it came out wrong. never really done this rp stuff before but i felt the opinion should be out there also kinda wanted to show the reaction of a area where a team got removed through no fault of the fans, everyone knew it was the owner being an idiot, but it affected the fans regardless and they coulda forced the owner out i would have imagined. i think it would take some major goodwill on the afa's part to get fans back after losing a team,but what do i know. i'm just a moron spouting opinions
  8. History of a Fictional Football League (1977 Season)

    it was more venting towords the league and being a voice of the fan type more than anything else... you guys dont have to count the votes if you dont want
  9. History of a Fictional Football League (1977 Season)

    John napier, sports anchor on KFBK radio, has been very outspoken about northern california's loss of the san francisco AFA team, and has been ranting on air ever since the AFA revoked the team the other day he remarked " all of northern California can hear me. i urge all of you to call and write to the AFA demanding we get a team back in the bay area as soon as we possibly can. yes the whales owner was bad and needed to be removed, but it could have been done without removing our team. it's time to roll our sleeves up to our freakin' necks and get this done. all of northern California is in this together. i propose Sacramento becomes the training camp location for the new San Francisco team. for that matter the afa should go back to Richmond as well.if we all work together and use our collective voices, the afa will listen. they have to. we are the paying customers after all and without us there wouldn't be an afa" napier ovbiously only selects san francisco and richmond ( decided to go with the "voice of the fan" angle and them being mad at the afa for taking the team)
  10. Sports Look A-Likes

    jim tomsula looks like the guy a newly single mother brings home on a first date
  11. 2015 NCAA Football Thread

    al golden looks like the creepy uncle from a black and white 1950's sitcom
  12. NFL League Wide Revisioned

    i tried that and there are no urls for any of the images. i'm using google chrome too
  13. NFL League Wide Revisioned

    i cant see the images
  14. NFL Merry-Go-Round: Relocation Roundelay

    honestly if anything it was a passive agressive post on STL Fanatic's part.......
  15. What is life

    all i am going to say is 42 is the answer to everything