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Everything posted by Jimmy!

  1. No it’s not. The NBA doesn’t care about loyalty. Why should I?
  2. #garycartermightdisagree #neverforgetthe81expos
  3. Personally, I think the other concepts are much better (LOVE the green and gold). Not a fan of the color scheme or the two-headed sockeye. If you could find a way to split the sockeye in two but still make it look like an "S", then you'd have me. Just my two cents.
  4. I love those classic USFL jerseys, but good Lord they had way too much red in the league. Chicago, New Jersey, Memphis, Philadelphia, Birmingham, AND Tampa Bay?! Too much.
  5. How is it no-win? Theismann is a legend. Haskins is unproven. I think if you're number is retired, you have every right to say, "No." Joe earned that respect. Dwayne hasn't played down one. And while I agree with Vet's opinion, wishing Haskins physical harm is low...and uncalled for.
  6. He was 60?! I didn't think it was that long ago he was playing. Wow.
  7. As far as worst game I ever saw? 1983 NCAA men's basketball. Kentucky beat Cincinnati 24-11. It was 40 minutes of four corners basketball. Yawnfest.
  8. Nothing beats Super Bowl XVI's Up With People halftime show. That was 80's gold, baby.
  9. "Come on, guys! We're cool, too! Right? Right?" --Seattle University
  10. I have recently started taking on some extra design work, and received my first freelance paycheck. After the initial swell of pride subsided, I realized, "Oh yeah. I'm going to have to claim this for tax purposes." This is going to be a steady side gig (hopefully), so my question to the freelance designers of the world is this. What is a good percentage to set aside for taxes? I have 20% in my head, but I'm not sure if that number is too high or too low. Thanks!
  11. That has rules to be followed/enforced. It's not that difficult to understand.
  12. Yes, you can. You choose not to.
  13. Please go to Account Settings, Signature. The sooner the better.
  14. The NBA has done just fine for many years with an odd number of teams. Adding two "to even things out" isn't a reasonable argument.
  15. It’s certain? It was certain a few years ago that the Kings were coming to town. It was certain that a team with 41 years of history wouldn’t get ripped from the city. It was certain in ’95 that former NBA commissioner David Stern called the newly-renovated Key Arena a “beautiful building.” The only certainty in this story is that Seattle’s first professional sports franchise, easily one of the most exciting tickets in town at the time, was taken away from its fanbase. And there was nothing fans could do about it. It’s been just over ten years since they played their last game here, and the whole situation still pisses me off.
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