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Ok, it's that time again....put up or shut up!! Especially Chewy!!

Tom [Giants fan]

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Tom, I would like to make a 10 dollar bet with you on this game. Straight up no odds. If the Skins win you make a 10 dollar contribution to the charity of my choice and if the Giants win I make a 10 dollar donation to the charity of your choice. Of course it has to be an official Charity so it makes this a tax right off ie: you can't request it to the big blue beer fund. :laugh:

If the Skins win send the 10 dollar donation to one of these charities.

Tom, This is the type of bet where even if your team loses you win by doing a good deed. The charities I have listed benefit the men and women of our armed forces and there families after they have been wounded in combat. They are our true American hero's and we all owe them our thanks and gratitude. :notworthy



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Lack of respect for a respectable opponent.. I no way shape or form fear the Giants, especially their D but their O can keep it close.. Double digit win is hopeful imo.. I see us winning just not by a huge margin.
Im off topic ,but I thought Id let you know that you need to update the skins record to 4 and 2 on your sig. :gaintsuck
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']Ok' date=' no more bets from this point on. And just so you guys know, whether the Giants win or lose, I won't be back for a couple of days. I'll either need time to cool down or will respectfully stay away if the Skins lose.

I want the Giants to win but I also hope there are no injuries. :cheers:[/quote']

i also hope the game is injury free for the Skins and no career ending injuries for your team :cheers:

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Heya Tom...I already did this on another thread but it was in response to a bunch of chowderheads that don't the class or anything close to the intelligence you display in your behavior, so:

You guys looked great, we looked like hell. I think we will bounce back and win our next meeting and I think there is still going to be a battle to the end of the season for this division, but right now I'd give the edge to you guys and you don't look "over-rated" in any area to me, and your defense looks likes its kicked itself up a solid notch.

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']The idea of seeing that sig a number of times is good by me. My sig it is for all those who bet. And thanks for being good sports about it. I'm sure you guys will get your revenge when the game is in Washington. The Giants are not a good road team.

:cuss: :mad:

I can't really be mad at Tom, because a) he's a high-class opposing team fan, and B) I whooped him in the Extreme Hogs fantasy league...:silly:

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