Jump to content
Washington Football Team Logo
Extremeskins

Son of Gadsden

Members
  • Content Count

    1,659
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Son of Gadsden

  • Rank
    The Rookie
  • Birthday 09/01/1990

Profile Information

  • Interests
    Gunsmithing, guitars, things with two wheels.
  • Washington Football Team Fan Since
    2000
  • Favorite Washington Football Team Player
    Moss/Helu
  • Location
    Danville, VA
  • Interests
    Guitar, Motocross, Gunsmithing.
  • Occupation
    Construction Division Supervisor/Contractor
  1. Agreed. Tbh Snyder should have been on the same page Disney was (Splash Mountain) and had a replacement name ready to go. The fact that they're just now starting to address the possibility of a name change really just puts in bold print the front office's incompetence and Dan's lack of leadership. No matter which side you are on, the "he should have never been willing to change" or the "this was inevitable" side, the fact that there was no contingency for an issue that has been a heated debate for decades for one of the biggest franchises in all of sports is mind-blowing.
  2. I had lived in Virginia for 25 years, moved to Florida about 5 years ago and switched to following Tampa. That's simply because I enjoy going to games, being a part of a fan base, and I have no plans to ever return to Virginia. This was also right after the Shanahan shenanigans and I was questioning whether I even wanted to follow an organization ran by the kind of people with the character the news articles were claiming at the time. I had started over the past year or so wanting to watch Redskins games again, kind of like a "homesick" thing of rooting for them as a "secondary" t
  3. I have read in the past many Skins fans wanting to see Griffin do well elsewhere. I just can't bring myself to root for the guy. The whole "superman" routine was great at first until you realize the guy is just full of himself and delusional. It reminds me of the McNabb smile. Everyone crazy about how classy the guy is until you realize that's a troll smile. Even the guy's (RG3) preseason play is smug. Preseason is a time to learn, work on things you aren't good at, situational football when it doesn't count....GLORIFIED PRACTICE. I've never seen a team throw so many bombs in preseason. Nice w
  4. Hell, I was wondering if he was going to make it to Week 1 after tonight. 5 sacks in a preseason game? What a joke.
  5. So from what I saw, I guess the Browns' plan is to get Griffin to throw a hail mary to his first read every play, and hope for the best? lol. That's what happened tonight. Bomb to a wide open first read in preseason, or get sacked, or an incompletion. Good luck Cleveland. The pain is now someone else's.
  6. I would have loved to have been able to sneak in a TE and a WR, but what ended up going through my mind was that we had a top offense last year. Aside from Landry Jones, who I took to back up Cousins just in case RG3 isn't ready or is injured again, I think it's good to go. If Davis doesnt come back, we do need a TE. Defense however, as we all know, was so abysmal, I hope they just load up. Hell, I'd be happy with a CB and S at every single pick. lol.
  7. You know what, they can rate this as whatever they want. If this happens, I'll die happy. Your score is: 3866 (Drafting Ability: A-, Player Quality A, Future Draft Picks: N/A) Your Picks: Round 2 Pick 25 (HOU): Matt Elam, SS, Florida (A) Round 3 Pick 15 (MIA): Bacarri Rambo, FS, Georgia (A-) Round 3 Pick 23: Tyrann Mathieu, CB, LSU (A) Round 3 Pick 27 (HOU): B.W. Webb, CB, William & Mary (A) Round 4 Pick 2 (K.C.): A.J. Klein, ILB, Iowa State (A) Round 4 Pick 22: Jordan Mills, OT, Louisiana Tech ( Round 5 Pick 1 (K.C.): Landry Jones, QB, Oklahoma ( Round 5 Pick 21: Josh Boyd, DT,
  8. Your score is: 3578 (Drafting Ability: B+, Player Quality A, Future Draft Picks: N/A) Your Picks: Round 2 Pick 19: Tyrann Mathieu, CB, LSU (C+) Round 3 Pick 31 (S.F.): B.W. Webb, CB, William & Mary (A) Round 4 Pick 22: A.J. Klein, ILB, Iowa State (A) Round 4 Pick 26 (SEA): Shamarko Thomas, SS, Syracuse (A) Round 4 Pick 31 (S.F.): Zac Dysert, QB, Miami (Ohio) (A-) Round 5 Pick 21: D.J. Hayden, CB, Houston (A) Round 5 Pick 24 (S.F.): Josh Evans, FS, Florida (A) Round 5 Pick 25 (SEA): Tavarres King, WR, Georgia (B+) Round 5 Pick 29: Braden Brown, OT, Brigham Young (A-) Round 6 Pick
  9. Your argument hasn't changed, my argument hasn't changed, and neither of us seem to be budging on our stance. Even hearing your arguments, as someone who works in insurance...I just don't see it. I've heard the agents' sides, I've got my side as a policy holder, I've heard every bit of the law that I care to hear, I know the Constitution like the back of my hand. I also truly believe in capitalism/freemarket/democracy. But most of all, I believe in the people to make their bad decisions rather than choosing between two parties that make worse decisions. However, seems JMS and Wrong Direction
  10. 1) The law might not say it isn't a tax, I'm not a lawyer, therefore I can't confirm that or not, and I don't see any citations from you citing that it says anything about being a tax. I know that our dear president has stated repeatedly that it is not a tax...yet it turns out that it was only held up by the feds power to tax. But the government isn't requiring me to buy health care, they're requiring me to buy health INSURANCE. I can get sick and not go see a doctor if I choose not to, but I don't have a choice of buying health insurance or not. Health insurance is not sold across state lin
  11. Forgive me for not doing individual quotes here. Evidently I'm not quite so savy with codes, or more than likely just impatient. I'm not seeing any argument for "interpretation" in your response. Judicial power doesn't mean power to change the constitution. There are clear violations in Article 1, sections 1, 7, and 8, and also to Amendments 1, 4, 5, 10, and 14. The 5th being a bit of a stretch, but could be an argument. As I said, the mandate was ruled unconstitutional...and changed from a mandate to a tax by the Supreme Court, which is not granted the power to legislate by the Constitution
  12. Switch to Netflix. No ads. haha. Get rid of political parties altogether with those term limits and you'll get a real democracy, and the negative ads will severely decrease. There isn't a problem in this country that we can't blame on the Republicans and Democrats.
  13. Awwww Herman Cain is so going to sue you Jumbo. He's already got "Obamadoesn'tcare".
  14. Where exactly does the Constitution give the Supreme Court the power to interpret the Constitution? Where is the word "interpret" found in Article III, Section 1 of the Constitution? "Interpret" if you will, but the 10th Amendment plainly states: "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people." Health care is not delegated by the Constitution. But hey, even if they had this mysterious power to interpret the Constitution the way they see fit, it was a 4-5 decision...4 of the justi
  15. The point behind everything I just said is we are handing more and more power to government. You trust the government with your own health more than you trust yourself? You trust a broke, deep in debt government that has no respect to it's own means or what it does with it's money with YOUR money? Our government is already bigger than the Constitution restricts it to be, and we want to give it more power. The states are run through tyranny rather than practicing their own sovereignty that the Constitution and Declaration of Independence established for them. 26 states oppose this health care
×
×
  • Create New...