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  1. #85
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    Re: National media have hit bottom, and have started to dig



    "[b]arred from the Super Bowl"

    nice

    I like this part too

    "I can't say I didn't expect it, but at the same time, they owe that to me."

    No they don't.
    We are all born ignorant, but one must work hard to remain stupid. - Benjamin Franklin




  2. #86

    Re: National media have hit bottom, and have started to dig

    She retired before the Super Bowl and she's mad she can't go? Technically your not part of the team anymore.

    "We're just angry," Kammerer said. "She was 57th among the hottest NFL cheerleaders this season. People want to burn their jerseys and don't want to support the Ravens anymore. My heart isn't even wanting to go. I could save $3,500. This is totally wrong."




  3. #87

    Re: National media have hit bottom, and have started to dig

    i now feel a little dumber for having read that. Thank you.

    -JAB




  4. #88
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    If hardly call a story that sits at the bottom of the homepage a "front page" story. There's only one page to their web site.

    http://gma.yahoo.com/
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  5. #89

    Re: National media have hit bottom, and have started to dig

    There is a facebook page that someone created 3-4 days ago just to go over all the reasons why she didn't deserve to go. According the originator, she's had multiple conduct issues, and was previously kicked off the team.




  6. #90

    Re: What They Are Saying About the Ravens- Super Bowl Edition

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    If hardly call a story that sits at the bottom of the homepage a "front page" story. There's only one page to their web site.

    http://gma.yahoo.com/
    It was their front story right as you open up their home page just 15 minutes ago. I'm embarrassed to admit I actually opened it.




  7. #91
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    Re: What They Are Saying About the Ravens- Super Bowl Edition

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    If hardly call a story that sits at the bottom of the homepage a "front page" story. There's only one page to their web site.

    http://gma.yahoo.com/
    True, but there is only 6 stories of the 30 or so that are linked (including the TOP) that get pictures and this is one of them.
    We are all born ignorant, but one must work hard to remain stupid. - Benjamin Franklin




  8. #92
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    Re: National media have hit bottom, and have started to dig

    Quote Originally Posted by JAB1985 View Post
    i now feel a little dumber for having read that. Thank you.

    +1




  9. #93

    Re: National media have hit bottom, and have started to dig

    Does anyone have a story to the link about Harbaugh and Cameron watching Joe throw? I can't remember what field they were on, but Cameron pointed to a light up high on the building beside the field or something. Telling Joe something like 'See that light, I want you to hit it'. From about a good forty yards away, Joe let one loose and shattered glass was everywhere.

    Can someone verify the story please?
    "When questioned, the Elders explained that they were in search of magical powers. However, they're actually searching for the whereabouts of a certain ring. This ring is a legendary treasure that long ago was known to exist"




  10. #94

    Re: National media have hit bottom, and have started to dig

    Quote Originally Posted by The Excellector View Post
    Does anyone have a story to the link about Harbaugh and Cameron watching Joe throw? I can't remember what field they were on, but Cameron pointed to a light up high on the building beside the field or something. Telling Joe something like 'See that light, I want you to hit it'. From about a good forty yards away, Joe let one loose and shattered glass was everywhere.

    Can someone verify the story please?
    That should have been an early red flag that Cam wasn't going to use the middle of the field.




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