Mr. S

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  • Birthday 09/03/1984

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  • Redskins Fan Since
    birth!!!
  • Favorite Redskin
    Art Monk, Dexter Manley
  • Location
    Chantilly, VA
  • Interests
    music (metal, rock, and most other things), marching band, other instruments (guitar and some indian ones)
  • Occupation
    student

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  1. Mr. S

    Next win will be #600 for Redskins

    Seriously, I've been on since early 2004, and the number of times we have had false hope is crazy. The Packers may have had bad seasons but your team seems better coached and managed overall. When you have only had two QB's since the early 90s, that says something. Also, team success seems to all be about the right QB and coach combo in the end. We have not had that since 1992. We won't have that for some time until we draft a QB high and start grooming them under Smith or whoever next year.
  2. Mr. S

    Amari Cooper

    Santana Moss was no slouch in New York. He had some good seasons here and some average ones. Clinton Portis had his best two seasons with Denver before coming here. Yes, he was successful overall here but when you look at his first two years, he probably would be hall of fame bound if he had stayed in Denver. Fletcher, also while successful here, was no slouch prior. Deangelo Hall is the only one from your list who fits the bill of needing a "change of scenery" to revitalize their career. As for Amari Cooper, maybe for a 4th rounder or later. Maybe he could benefit from a change of scenery but such occurs in stable organizations. We may be closer to that moniker than we ever have been since 1992, but we are nowhere near the level of the Steelers, Packers, Patriots, etc..., teams who can revive someone's career.
  3. I like Devil's Backbone; I don't knock them for being bought out as they seem to taste the same overall. I'm glad they actually partnered with a proper brewery instead of having it made by Bud directly or something stupid. The beer recipes look solid. Also, it seems DB is only saying it's in the stadium for now. If this sells well, we know Dan will ask to widely distribute it. I don't think this alone will get fans like me back into the stadium. I am looking forward to trying it though (ideally outside of the stadium).
  4. Out of curiosity for you and those who buy current player jerseys in general, why? Even if Guice or Allen tear it up it's no guarantee they will be here 4 seasons from now. Wouldn't it be better to purchase legacy player jerseys?
  5. Mr. S

    ISO Colts Tickets 2018 Home Opener

    Hey, looking for 4 tickets for this game. PM me if available. Thanks.
  6. Mr. S

    Season Ticket Renewals

    Seems like more of the same from this organization. So much for them acknowledging there is no wait list and announcing an enhanced fan experience. I understand they don't want to send you paper tickets if you already sold some electronically; unsavory people can sell their seat twice and cause a load of issues. However, they should still send the ticket box out with all the promotional items as one poster mentioned.
  7. Mr. S

    The "Remember That Time..." Thread

    It was fun back then on the board between all the quirky things that used to happen. I do miss paloffs is now. Maybe I just don't see as many of the new quirky things since I'm getting older and cannot spend as much time here. And yes, Mass_SkinsFan; an odd character to say the least. I honestly think he was a nice guy who meant well but he just had all sorts of crazy views on politics, life, etc.... His posts were entertaining to say the least. I am glad he at least had his hobby he was good at (historical reenacting).
  8. Mr. S

    Game of Thrones Season 8

    Definitely a lot of things. Do a Game of Thrones tour though not with one of the big groups. There are small companies, often with guides who were extras in the show. We had a private tour and it was worth it.
  9. Mr. S

    Best Last Day of Work???

    It's always good to feel appreciated. You work hard and in a professional and courteous manner and your managers will notice. If they do not, it's best to move on. If they do, it will help you in the long run. I had a good, but typically last day many years ago. The usual, dinner, cards from my direct team and my department, gift cards of sorts, I think a pen too though now I cannot recall where it may be and I want to find it. The most moving for me though was during college when I spent two summers interning with the county summer daycare program (SACC for us Fairfax County people). Groups of children all made cards for me of their own. That alone made me feel like I made a difference and I was truly sad to leave. I had planned to come back the following summer and told them so; I didn't as I wanted to pursue a job in a more professional field. Felt bad about that.
  10. I am glad they acknowledge that there is no longer a wait list. Also, at least they are taking steps to try and improve the fan experience. With these incentives, the plan right now is to convince more fans to buy season tickets. I am sure they will end up having individual game seats available as well during the season, unless the team starts playing well. I imagine more changes are coming. I just hope this actually gets our fans into the seats and not opposing teams fans. I am now concerned that brokers will buy up more season tickets to sell online.
  11. I was here back then and remember when that article came out. People were indeed proud of it. Also, I think uniforms as a whole have become more skimpy; other teams cheerleaders dress downright trashy and I don't think it was the Redskins to first dress smaller. I am also curious as to why no follow up has occurred regarding this story. It may just go by the wayside but hopefully something is done regarding the pay and conditions for cheerleaders.
  12. May as well just acknowledge that our team will never be good with this kind of management. Lets enjoy our 4 to 8 win seasons and mediocrity for the foreseeable future. I'd be excited for sure if I was a Browns fan. At least they are winning the offseason and we have not for a while.
  13. Mr. S

    Alex Smith Trade Thread (Details Inside)

    It's probably been stated but I need to vent more. I didn't care to keep Kirk and would have liked to take a shot with someone in the draft. However, why not try and use any kind of strategy to get some value for Kirk. Simply franchise him and trade him for a 7th rounder in the least. Second, a third round pick for Smith doesn't seem like the worst, but when the 49ers got Jimmy Garoppollo for a 2nd rounder, a third seems a bit high. Then you add in Fuller, who likely was going to start next year to avoid paying Breeland a large contract? I thought Bruce Allen was more of a business/contracts guy. None of this makes business sense.
  14. Mr. S

    Nationwide Removal of Confederate Statues

    I think something can be said about how Germany has stamped down any reference to Hitler and the Nazi's. You don't see tributes to those leaders of the Nazi party around Germany. You do however see the preserved concentration and death camps showing how horrible they were. Similarly, the people whose ancestors suffered the most due to slavery (mostly African Americans) may not want to see these statues up either. Me being a US born person of South Asian (India) descent, the History fan in me thinks there is something to be said of educating and informing people about the Civil War and the lives of the soldiers and leaders on both sides. Many military innovations came about during the war and some fine strategists and tacticians on both sides played a part. Shouldn't families be allowed to honor their ancestors who died in a truly horrific war? Just like we cannot classify all German soldiers as Nazi's, can we classify all Confederate soldiers as racists? Also, where does it end? Jefferson, Washington, and others had slaves. Are they next? Will we rename Washington DC in due time? But being a history fan, what difference does it make in the end to keep these types of statues up? What benefit is it really bringing? I think at this point we do need to take a page from Germany and, legally and safely (not in protest like that Durham video shows), remove the Confederate statues. Move them to battlefields or museums to at least preserve and teach the history so others don't forget. We, as a country, should not try to honor the wrongs of the past.
  15. Mr. S

    Paloffs is Now: 2007(merged)

    This joke is one of the things that still keeps some of us together! Paloffs will never get old!