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  • Originally posted by Bronc0guy View Post
    I was honestly kind of expecting it/looking forward to it. Drunken thread on my part, might've got the perma ban had SoCal not banned me when he did. Anyway, whatever.
    So what thread was this? Seems like a very nice time.

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    • Originally posted by broncocalijohn View Post
      So what thread was this? Seems like a very nice time.
      It's on the butt. Chrissy rules is a fraud, a thread that I unfortunately started. Feel free to read away!

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      • Originally posted by Bronc0guy View Post
        It's on the butt. Chrissy rules is a fraud, a thread that I unfortunately started. Feel free to read away!
        Yeah, i found the link and came back to delete my post. From what I gathered, you ****ed up and Chrissy proved she is as computer unsavvy as she is with the English language. She proved herself and you didn't. The back handed compliment is still there at least for Chrissy. Someday we might get to meet her but I doubt she will travel far from her Georgia area. Maybe Rev can go up the coast and give a report.

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        • Originally posted by broncocalijohn View Post
          Yeah, i found the link and came back to delete my post. From what I gathered, you ****ed up and Chrissy proved she is as computer unsavvy as she is with the English language. She proved herself and you didn't. The back handed compliment is still there at least for Chrissy. Someday we might get to meet her but I doubt she will travel far from her Georgia area. Maybe Rev can go up the coast and give a report.
          Yea, I got drunk and made a thread I probably shouldn't have. Some just found it funny, and others got offended, for whatever reason.

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          • Raiders fan swings helmet at Cowboys' B.W. Webb during fight

            OXNARD, Calif. – Stern warning from both coaching staffs, extra police officers, many of them wearing flak jackets, police dogs and the decision to separate Cowboys and Raiders fans to opposite sides of the training facility couldn't prevent a melee in the first of two joint practices Tuesday afternoon.

            A brawl between the Raiders offense and Cowboys defense – started after a hard tackle by Dallas cornerback Morris Claiborne – spilled over the sideline and up against the fence where a large group of Raiders fans were watching.

            That's when it got ugly.

            Dallas cornerback B.W. Webb said he felt someone on his back, swinging a helmet at his head. Thinking it was a player, Webb spun around and swung his right arm. Webb told USA TODAY Sports he didn't know it was a fan. Many of the Raiders fans brought helmets to get autographed by players after the practice.

            "That's definitely a dangerous situation," Webb said. "I don't know why fans would want to jump on this side of the fence. I don't think they'd like it too much on this side."

            After that fight dissipated, police officers moved to stand between the sideline and the Raiders fan section.

            Raiders fans, many of whom arrived hours before the practice began, were far louder and more spirited than their Cowboys fans counterparts, though both sides did engage in several rounds of "Cowboys Suck" and "Raiders Suck" chants. The chants reached their peak after the big brawl near the Raiders' section.

            It didn't seem to bother either Cowboys owner Jerry Jones nor Oakland owner Mark Davis, who held a joint media session after the practice. There, they both laughed about the scrums.

            "I would have at least expected [Davis] to go over there and shut that group down," Jones said, laughing. "I don't know what was holding him back."

            Davis interjected that he just wanted his players to keep their helmets on.

            "You're supposed to be the host here, you go shut them up," Davis said.

            Jones even lauded one of Oakland's players (offensive linemen Austin Howard) for his feistiness against the Cowboys players. Howard was involved in at least one scuffle.

            "No. 77 is a tough guy. Got one of the most effective uppercuts I've seen in football," Jones said. "Boy, that 77 was putting some hurt on 'em."

            http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports...lmet/13983023/

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            • ^^^ Two teams that used to be relevant to the upper echelon of the league.

              "Raiders fans, many of whom arrived hours before the practice began, were far louder and more spirited than their Cowboys fans counterparts, though both sides did engage in several rounds of "Cowboys Suck" and "Raiders Suck" chants. The chants reached their peak after the big brawl near the Raiders' section."

              Good chance both sets of fans were chanting that about their own team?
              Last edited by broncocalijohn; 08-12-2014, 11:28 PM.

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              • What is up with Training camps this year?

                So many fights.

                Broncos even had a little skirmish yesterday

                I wonder if there will be repercussions/ no more mixed practices?

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                • Super Moon.

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                  • Originally posted by Shananahan View Post
                    I mean when something like this


                    is allowed to be part of a conversation on what is and isn't offensive and punishable, what's the point?
                    well I don't know, I think I'm ok with calling out someone who was banned for freely admitting to persistent sexual harassment of another member, then came back, jumped right back into the thread he created boasting about his harassment, and then claimed in a different thread that he was not, in fact, sexually harassing anyone because INTERNET

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                    • Just read that thread in the butt, what a car crash.
                      I didn't realise there was so much interest in a stripper (or alt account, who really cares), that somebody would go all Inspector Clouseau.

                      Chrissy, Bronc0guy, don't change, this stuff makes the internet great.

                      I made a post yesterday questioning the number of double entendres in Chrissy's post, just for clarity, I neither want to marry Chrissy, nor do I wish to cock block Bronc0guy of the illuminati

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                      • Off season....it does crazy things to some.

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                        • Originally posted by Maleficent View Post
                          OXNARD, Calif. – Stern warning from both coaching staffs, extra police officers, many of them wearing flak jackets, police dogs and the decision to separate Cowboys and Raiders fans to opposite sides of the training facility couldn't prevent a melee in the first of two joint practices Tuesday afternoon.

                          A brawl between the Raiders offense and Cowboys defense – started after a hard tackle by Dallas cornerback Morris Claiborne – spilled over the sideline and up against the fence where a large group of Raiders fans were watching.

                          That's when it got ugly.

                          Dallas cornerback B.W. Webb said he felt someone on his back, swinging a helmet at his head. Thinking it was a player, Webb spun around and swung his right arm. Webb told USA TODAY Sports he didn't know it was a fan. Many of the Raiders fans brought helmets to get autographed by players after the practice.

                          "That's definitely a dangerous situation," Webb said. "I don't know why fans would want to jump on this side of the fence. I don't think they'd like it too much on this side."

                          After that fight dissipated, police officers moved to stand between the sideline and the Raiders fan section.

                          Raiders fans, many of whom arrived hours before the practice began, were far louder and more spirited than their Cowboys fans counterparts, though both sides did engage in several rounds of "Cowboys Suck" and "Raiders Suck" chants. The chants reached their peak after the big brawl near the Raiders' section.

                          It didn't seem to bother either Cowboys owner Jerry Jones nor Oakland owner Mark Davis, who held a joint media session after the practice. There, they both laughed about the scrums.

                          "I would have at least expected [Davis] to go over there and shut that group down," Jones said, laughing. "I don't know what was holding him back."

                          Davis interjected that he just wanted his players to keep their helmets on.

                          "You're supposed to be the host here, you go shut them up," Davis said.

                          Jones even lauded one of Oakland's players (offensive linemen Austin Howard) for his feistiness against the Cowboys players. Howard was involved in at least one scuffle.

                          "No. 77 is a tough guy. Got one of the most effective uppercuts I've seen in football," Jones said. "Boy, that 77 was putting some hurt on 'em."

                          http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports...lmet/13983023/
                          And this right here is why NFL teams are going to start going to more and more closed training camps.

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                          • Originally posted by missingnumber7 View Post
                            And this right here is why NFL teams are going to start going to more and more closed training camps.
                            Is anything less expected when you put a few thousand raider fans in the same place?

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                            • Originally posted by Bronco View Post
                              Is anything less expected when you put a few thousand raider fans in the same place?
                              Well I wouldn't think that you could get a few thousand Raider fans in the same place without visiting a prison.

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                              • Originally posted by extralife View Post
                                well I don't know, I think I'm ok with calling out someone who was banned for freely admitting to persistent sexual harassment of another member, then came back, jumped right back into the thread he created boasting about his harassment, and then claimed in a different thread that he was not, in fact, sexually harassing anyone because INTERNET
                                Admitting to sexual harassment and then boasted about it? Come on man. Anyway, I'm done talking about it. It's football time.

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