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Woody last won the day on October 20

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About Woody

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  • Birthday 02/03/1980


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  1. The Bills are going to the Super Bowl this year! BUFFALO ALL THE WAY THIS TIME!!
  2. I'd venture to say the Bills aren't as good as we thought they were. Who have they played this season? The Pats and handful of LOSERS. Next week they'll face a middle of the road team and we'll find out what they're really made of.
  3. The Pegs need to keep their bad luck charm out of the box.
  4. All I can say is if the Bills play like this next week they're getting whooped.
  5. Balls: Tre White - He was the difference maker in the game. Brown - He can catch the ball on a consistent basis. Goats: Daybz - Get a handle on the playcalling. :niterider
  6. Allen is putting on his best EJ Manuel impersonation this season. He just needs work on his hard snap count. :niterider
  7. He's a favorite because of that "angry run" against the Bungles. That was his "Josh Allen leaping over the defender" moment.
  8. The Bills are genius. Daybz is a genius. Passing on a shitty rushing defense adds an extra layer of mystery.
  9. I just hope the alphabets decide not to hate Football next. You can take my chicken, but leave my football alone.
  10. I'm annoyed with the "If I don't like it I'm going to ruin it for EVERYBODY" mentality. Should we all just go hide in a cave and deprive ourselves so that the alphabets can live in their own perfect world?
  11. Since when do the alphabet people own the place? Now the Brits aren't even going to be able to enjoy a good Chicken Sandwich. Just days after Chick-fil-A’s first restaurant in the United Kingdom opened and amid protests by activists about the company’s opposition to same-sex marriage, the chain said on Saturday it will close the site in six months. The Oracle, the shopping mall where the restaurant leases space, told the BBC it would not allow Chick-fil-A to stay beyond its “initial six-month pilot period” and that it was the “right thing to do” after a call to boycott the chain by Reading Pride, a local lesbian, bisexual, gay and transgender advocacy group. Chick-fil-A said it had planned to stay for a limited time anyway. “We have been very pleased with the lines since opening Oct. 10 and are grateful for customer response to our food and our approach to customer service,” the company said on Saturday. “We mutually agreed to a six-month lease with the Oracle Mall in Reading as part of a longer term strategy for us as we look to expand our international presence.” Reading Pride had been outspoken about Chick-fil-A’s presence in England. “We are staunchly opposed to Chick-fil-A setting up shop in the UK and certainly in Reading,” the group said in a statement on Twitter. “The chain’s ethos and moral stance goes completely against our values, and that of the UK as we are a progressive country” that has legalized same-sex marriage and “continues to strive toward equality.” The statement noted that Dan T. Cathy, the company’s chairman and chief executive, was quoted in 2012 saying that Chick-fil-A believed in the “biblical definition of the family unit.” Mr. Cathy’s comments came after news reports revealed that the company’s foundation had donated money to groups in the United States working to prevent the legalization of same-sex marriage. On Friday, Reading Pride announced that after talking with the Oracle, mall management “stated they will review their selection process and ensure a more thorough check is in place.” The mall did not respond to a request for comment on Saturday. Photos and video shared on Twitter of a protest on Saturday showed people holding a sign that read: “GET THE CHICK OUT. Say NO to bigotry and hatred on your High Street.” Asked if the chain had plans to set up elsewhere in England after its lease was up, a company spokeswoman said, “We are always looking and learning, and do so through pop-up locations, but nothing else to share right now.” When Chick-fil-A opened a three-story, 5,000 square-foot space in Midtown Manhattan in 2015, it was met by activists who stood outside the restaurant.
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