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Tank in the news

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Something tells me that shirt wouldn't be big enough to fit Tnak, especially once it gets washed.....

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6 hours ago, CS85 said:

 

It's frat bro, red pill bullcrap for trunk-necked "alphas" who are willfully ignorant, white, privileged oafs who wish for a world where women are always cum dumps and men could rape to their satisfaction.

I tried listening to their SiriusXM show. I stopped after the guy his 20 f-bombs in 20 minutes. 

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Now, hopefully I was not the only one who thought that "spicy chicken" meant he was eating something Asian inspired (Chinese or Thai takeout), or at minimum something frozen and microwavable. You all thought the same thing, right?

 

 

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My thinking is that spicy chicken was some sort of fast food chicken sandwich, a breaded chicken strip one of those precooked breast strips from Walmart.

 

Asian never crossed my mind.

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The Barstool crowd is essentially what I think most people think Boston fans are.

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35 minutes ago, Brass said:

The Barstool crowd is essentially what I think most people think Boston fans are.

 

I'd say it's what a lot of hard-core SPORTS fans are, regardless of city.  

 

Obviously, the BFIB are the exception.  They're positively... DELIGHTFUL.

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Tnak would kill to pork a woman as skinny as Mama Cass.

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Guys... Tnak is a thing in pop culture that people are referencing:

 

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14 hours ago, Cosmic said:

Guys... Tnak is a thing in pop culture that people are referencing:

 

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Since it appears that he is referencing ESPN, I'll safely assume that this "Frank the Tank" is the Chicago attorney who has run a Big Ten/Illinois blog for well over 15 years.

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3 minutes ago, dfwabel said:

Since it appears that he is referencing ESPN, I'll safely assume that thid "Frank the Tank" is the Chicago attorney who has run a Big Ten/Illinois blog for well over 15 years.

After consulting Wikipedia, it seems that there's a couple possibilities for how they arrived at the name. Still a frightening prospect.

 

Edit: Does the blogger like theme parks?

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1 hour ago, Cosmic said:

After consulting Wikipedia, it seems that there's a couple possibilities for how they arrived at the name. Still a frightening prospect.

 

Edit: Does the blogger like theme parks?

He doesn't blog often now, but sports media rights and Power 5 expansion is what he used to blog about in addition to Chicago sports (hence the CWS avatar). He seems to be discussing ESPN's revenues as it pertains to the Disney stock price and his Twitter timeline indicates he took his family to the Orlando parks over Father's Day.

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I was gonna say, I've seen a few guys refer to themselves as "Frank the Tank" over the years....

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1 hour ago, HedleyLamarr said:

I was gonna say, I've seen a few guys refer to themselves as "Frank the Tank" over the years....

It’s definitely not the most unique handle.

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