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    Who said Torrey Smith is too passive and soft?



    http://www.baltimoreravens.com/media...70e6c3cfa3b170



    p.s. I should admit to being initially scared by the earthquake too; but nobody caught me on film.
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    Re: Who said Torrey Smith is too passive and soft?

    Quote Originally Posted by Flipping Birdie View Post
    http://www.baltimoreravens.com/media...70e6c3cfa3b170



    p.s. I should admit to being initially scared by the earthquake too; but nobody caught me on film.
    I couldn't blame him....I am still feeling the after-shocks..at least my mind thinks there are after-shocks..seriously




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    Re: Who said Torrey Smith is too passive and soft?

    To hell with pride! We just had a little biddy earthquake. I am out of here. The man is definitely fast.




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    Re: Who said Torrey Smith is too passive and soft?

    I thought my old house was coming down , then found out it was a EQ




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    Re: Who said Torrey Smith is too passive and soft?

    Well, he certainly showed that deep threat speed in how fast he got off camera.




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    Re: Who said Torrey Smith is too passive and soft?

    WTF? It's not like he dropped to the ground in the fetal position and started crying. He got startled...I saw a lot of guys (and girls) in my office today have the exact same reaction.

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    Re: Who said Torrey Smith is too passive and soft?

    Quote Originally Posted by psuasskicker View Post
    WTF? It's not like he dropped to the ground in the fetal position and started crying. He got startled...I saw a lot of guys (and girls) in my office today have the exact same reaction.

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    It's funny because he ran off camera, stage left, like a cartoon character. Jeez, what happened to everybody's sense of humor around here?
    "A lot" is a two word expression denoting a great deal or greatly, as in "I like sunshine a lot." "Alot" is a lovable imaginary grammar monster. You can love a lot; you can love an alot; you can love alots a lot; but they are not the same thing.




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    Re: Who said Torrey Smith is too passive and soft?

    that video just made me miss Ogden out there anchoring our OL.
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    Re: Who said Torrey Smith is too passive and soft?

    It wasn't that bad to be freaking out about. It just sounded like rumbling thunder and the ground shook a little. You would have thought the earth split in two with the way people were freaking out.
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    Re: Who said Torrey Smith is too passive and soft?

    Well, a lot of us have never experienced an earthquake before.

    I read that the last one on the east coast of this magnitude was back in 1897 or something like that.
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    Re: Who said Torrey Smith is too passive and soft?

    I am just glad that I was not in a store to be run over by a bunch of panicking lunatics.
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    Re: Who said Torrey Smith is too passive and soft?

    Quote Originally Posted by The Eternal Ring View Post
    It wasn't that bad to be freaking out about. It just sounded like rumbling thunder and the ground shook a little. You would have thought the earth split in two with the way people were freaking out.
    Eh, it was a significant earthquake. Even transplant Californians acknowledged it was significant and worry worthy. There was significant damage to some buildings in Southeast Baltimore, with the wall of one newer building toppling over, as evidenced by these pictures: http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/mar...8.photogallery Those are not representative of damage caused by insignificant tremors. No, it wasn't like in Haiti, and thank heavens for that, but I'm glad it wasn't any worse. Maybe you were outside or something when it hit. I was pretty high up in the air, my building swayed pretty drastically and the room I was in was visibly warping from the rolling shocks.
    "A lot" is a two word expression denoting a great deal or greatly, as in "I like sunshine a lot." "Alot" is a lovable imaginary grammar monster. You can love a lot; you can love an alot; you can love alots a lot; but they are not the same thing.




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