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  1. Look at the fucktards either making excuses and or complaining why this is in the football section after years of posting other non football stuff on the football section.….shut the fuck up. my co workers husband pretty much describe this exact same thing on Facebook day by day as he watched his wife die. She posted on Facebook herself saying she was admitted to the hospital July 9th and was dead 2 weeks later. I would love to take screen shots and post them as proof but the scum on this site don’t deserve to lay their eyes on it as they would scoff, laugh, or deny it thinking I made it up. That being said I hope someone would just blow my brains out if I ever get to stage 3.
    12 points
  2. I am trying to limit saying anything bad about anyone by name, but although I did witness Sean call @daryls61and myself his 2 biggest enemies(not sure if that was the exact word in his post) on here awhile back after I'd been gone over a year lol, I know he gets that I don't dislike him as a person, quite the opposite!(I think he may have even been featured in that national article about the Range, along with Wagon, 11-year veteran Meathead[who took the bait lol] and others). That said, other less-textured minions or wannabes of his who are jumping off of his anti-bandwagon are probably equally or more deserving of this tribute. The video has short clips of NE's version of Sean using very similar language to trash his team(and possibly also contemplating trying suicide for a short time, like some wonder about Sean some weeks), then Rex(referencing Jerry Hughes, and another Jerry some cucks on here see as the arbiter of truth...the clown who moved Poyer and Hyde to anger), Dungy, Florio(does self-flagellating, but not Sean-like) and a long list of others giving Sean the fellating he's demanded for decades, as if he were a prisoner serving life without hope of parole. But wait, you get more! There's an elongated(like Sean or somebody said he was in the Shoutbox, or will be seeing this) version of "The black guy" in Sean's recent thread where he's trying to grasp for a reason to be masochistic), and that "Nick" guy he and some of you like to go on about...also with a MELTDOWN trying to say this is about the Patriots and not the Bills. Those 2 are probably the least "major league" of any of the people featured. Oh wait, still more! TEDDY BREWSKI[sic](reminds me...where is BREWMAN? He's no BostonTim...or Bowman for that matter) said things I really did not see coming from a former Patriot. The video may not be short enough for some of you, but I found it so thoroughly epic and enjoyable that it flew by more quickly than I wanted it to. Sean, being you're likely one of the best expert's on your behavior on here, let me know if this guy's impersonation of the wailing and gnashing of teeth is fitting enough. Again, this is the "What the national media are saying" that you've so long demanded. I hope you can enjoy it like it and consider it my belated Christmas gift, Happy Xmas Sean(****d is over, if you want it!)
    10 points
  3. In all honesty….who gives a flying fuck about 2023. If the Bills win the fucking Super Bowl this season…all 4 can go and fuck themselves.
    9 points
  4. Would have been nice had the Bills won the Suoer Bowl when he was still alive.
    9 points
  5. Thanks for doing this, Greg. I haven’t been able to myself, and I’ve felt bad about it. I’m having some difficulty keeping it together, even though I was expecting it. we spent hundreds of hours on the phone, talking about spiritual things, and he brought me back from the brink of utter despair. I owe him a big debt. As he got sicker, he needed help around the house, so I’d help him with the vacuuming (very important), cutting the lawn, house repairs etc. I took him to dr appts and shopped for him. And happy to do it, because of how I felt about him, and the improvement in my overall well-being, which, in part, I attributed to him. but, I’ll mostly remember when he was feeling good enough to come over and watch a game or play chess, or watching the games at his house with his father (who he loved very much). i don’t choose many friends, because I don’t like people. Humanity really. But him, I liked. It was a badge of honor for me when he would call me his best friend. his father is going to call me when things are finalized. I have to get my tools and some things he left me. I will post here again if there should be some kind of tribute or memorial by the family. again, thanks Hip.
    9 points
  6. Look, I don't want to bitch too much about this guy, because he has coached the only decent amount of Bills football this century, but I really question if he can take them to the next level. 1. Does he just seem way more competent than he is because he was proceeded by Ryan, Gailey, Jauron, Mularkey, Williams, etc.? If you had a bunch of ugly girlfriends in the past, one that's a 6 will seem like a total knockout in comparison. 2. For a coach that priortizes smart players so much, why do ours constantly commit stupid penalties? 3. For a coach who preaches mental toughness and resiliency so much, why do his teams routinely come out flat? Why do they have such a difficult time bouncing my back from adversity in games, particularly within games? 4. Why is it that, during his tenure, there is always at least one game a year where they get the absolute shit stomped out of them and are physically dominated on a huge level? Saints and Chargers in 2017; Ravens, Colts, and Bears in 2018; Eagles in 2019; Titans in 2020; Colts yesterday. 5. Why does he still struggle with routine aspects of coaching like clock management, when to take timeouts, when to go for it on 4th down, and when to accept penalties? 6. Why is he so stubborn to make adjustments in regards to scheme and personnel?
    9 points
  7. Maybe people should give up on the vaccine shaming? You think? He has solid points that get backed up by science that isn't tied to vested interests everyday. (See the politics section for a taste.) I think people should just cheer him for being a Bills player and lay off the political stunts but that's just me. I'm cheering the players whatever their decision is.
    9 points
  8. I am tired of the Bullshit. WE will see how many fans are sympathetic after the Bills blow a few games and sit in 2nd place behind the Patriots
    9 points
  9. Well, that was a fun 2 weeks as moderator. Back to member for you. Im genuinely shocked that you posted this. Disappointing.
    8 points
  10. This Proxy war is going to end badly for the U.S. we are depleting our weapons stock, sending billions to prop up Ukraine , and are ourself on the brink of financial collapse. When we have to enter this War on the ground, we will be broke, without our highest tech weapons, and will be betrayed by the corrupt Ukrainians- Zelensky is no hero. all the while China sits back and waits us out. -plus we are full speed ahead with NWO initiatives. what this adds up to is a loss of sovereignty and freedom. and the masses have their blinders on. call me crazy - I hope I am.
    8 points
  11. Herodotus went by the username “Gibby” when he was here years ago. it was short for something else, but I forgot what it was. again, please leave the shit fighting out of this thread. This thread is for people to know he passed away, and for reminiscing about times past. either let the thread die in peace, or keep it alive with reminisces past with Meathead. please.
    8 points
  12. Wow, that was a hard thread title to read. Meathead was a great human being. He defended me on so many occasions when no one else would, because he refused to follow mob rule and instead did what was right. I'm sure thats only the tiniest tip of the iceberg of the kind of person he was.
    8 points
  13. I, for one, am looking forward to calling for his head after the first incompletion of the season.
    8 points
  14. I also want to add this is a nice shirt.
    8 points
  15. People still wear masks? I guess things are just different here in FL. We cut that out like a year ago.
    8 points
  16. I thought if you were vaccinated you had super immunity to the virus?
    8 points
  17. My cousin’s kid and friends took this selfie at the game. Check out the background.
    8 points
  18. And his call to go for it on 4th and inches. It was the right decision. I only hope this doesn’t make him hesitant to do so in the future.
    8 points
  19. 7 points
  20. Can you imagine if conservatives did this? They would sell it as white nationalist terrorism reliving January 6th all over again. Hell, even Biden said that MAGA was the most extreme movement he's ever seen and he lived through the Weather Underground!
    7 points
  21. Feel free to add your own and I'll kick it off!
    7 points
  22. I'm so sick of everything being racism, maybe no one wants you because you're an asshole.
    7 points
  23. The fucking truth of the matter is simple, the Bills are being held back by their coaching staff. The talent was there this year to win it all and they blew home field advantage by losing games they had no business losing. Those losses were because of poor game planning and poor in game play calling. Instead of sticking with what they do best they decide to go full pussy and hinder Allen and the passing game by trying to experiment with a conservative approach when they gained small leads. Instead of a killer instinct to destroy there opponent and put the game away they chose to go in a direction that kept the other team in the game. What the Bills did to the Patriots in the playoffs should be the strategy in every fucking game, foot on the pedal until the final whistle blows. They finally got their running game going with Singletary but they spent way to much time trying to force the issue when it was hindering the offense. This coach is better than we have had in a long time but that does not mean he is the one who is going to get us the SB win. Do what is right for Allen and build the team around him including the coaching staff. Allen's window of success will not be as what Brady's is, he puts his body on the line every game and he will not be able to do that for the next 15 years. Bills need to make the right moves now, Allen's window most likely is 5-7 years which would put him at around 10 years with us, if it can't be done by then its not going to happen. Sitting on a coaching staff that will not get us to the next level is not the answer, don't just improve the players but improve the coaching staff top to bottom if that's what is needed.
    7 points
  24. I have been critical in the past, Much props today.
    7 points
  25. Youre welcome ‘It’s so Buffalo’: Big weekend for the Bills’ Isaiah McKenzie began when he walked up to some family’s house on Christmas Eve By Tim Graham 1h ago 13 BUFFALO, N.Y. — Isaiah McKenzie is always hungry. Passion for his friend’s barbecue led him to bankroll a restaurant in Miami Lakes. Tuesday morning, McKenzie tweeted his craving for a Waffle House in Western New York. Perhaps then we shouldn’t be surprised that his appetite on Christmas Eve created an experience that wasn’t supposed to be shared publicly but makes his incredible holiday weekend even more extraordinary. Two nights before the Buffalo Bills receiver lit up the New England Patriots, he showed up famished on the doorstep of a random family’s home to nosh, chat and open presents. “It’s so Buffalo, you know?” homeowner Garrett Timms said. “Here’s a guy none of us knows. What are the chances?” McKenzie was welcome. Let’s not let the story get too far along without saying that. But the way he found the house is remarkable. For the trip to New England, McKenzie had to take his 5-month-old pit bull, Papi, to the boarder. He hoped to grab a burger at Forty Thieves Kitchen & Bar while he was out. Bummed to discover the restaurant was closed, he posted an Instagram plea at 8:43 p.m. “Anybody got food at they house? Cause I’m hungry!” Timms’ nephew, Chris Uba, invited McKenzie to join their family gathering in the Park Meadow neighborhood in North Buffalo. “I responded to it almost as a joke, with my uncle’s address,” Uba said. “I DM Josh Allen once a week and get no answer, so I thought there was no way he would see it.” McKenzie replied, “Say no more.” In less than 15 minutes, McKenzie pulled up in his Mercedes SUV. “What a surreal thing,” said Uba, an Evans Bank marketing specialist. McKenzie walked into a traditional Polish holiday party. The family of 16 already had eaten, but plenty of pierogi, tenderloin and a certain other family dish remained. They seated McKenzie at the head of the table and brought him plates. “It was like I was a family member, an uncle or something,” McKenzie said. “It felt good, being there at their dinner table. I got to watch them open gifts. “It was awesome to be around people who just want to hang out, be normal and enjoy Christmas Eve instead of sitting alone.” McKenzie was lucky to encounter a family that’s familiar with accommodating big-league athletes. Purely by coincidence, he walked into the home of the New York Islanders’ former head athletic trainer. Timms and his brother made sure to steer the conversation away from football and toward topics such as family and McKenzie’s South Florida roots. “We tried to not overwhelm him when he walked in the door,” Uba said, “but everybody’s freaking out. “My uncle worked in sports, but none of us have had access to a player of his caliber. Everybody was kind of speechless, almost in denial that it was even happening.” McKenzie appreciated the hospitality. The 5-foo-8, 170-pound quicksilver was about to play a gargantuan role in Buffalo’s biggest game. He’d been benched for two games and lost his returner gig after a consequential fumble against the Indianapolis Colts, but with receivers Cole Beasley and Gabriel Davis sidelined by COVID-19, McKenzie would be counted upon Sunday. He probably didn’t need to be interrogated about football. “Such a nice man,” said Timms, a St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute grad. “He was talking away. He just fit right in.” McKenzie was asked for a single autograph. Nobody pestered him for photos. McKenzie found the Polish fare slightly peculiar, struggling a couple of days later to remember what everything was called or how to pronounce it. Isaiah McKenzie at the Timms family Christmas Eve celebration. (Courtesy of Chris Uba) But he remembered Grandpa Ron’s crabmeat casserole and asked for more. “Grandpa Ron is never going to take any crap again from my brother and me,” Timms said, “for not having enough crabmeat in the casserole.” As much as the adults were geeking out, Timms’ three children — Max (11), Stella (9), Gabe (7) — were ready for McKenzie to move along with his night after two hours. “The kids are looking at me, like, ‘Dad, this is great. But is he staying or going? We want to open gifts,'” Timms said. “But they’ll look back on it as something cool.” McKenzie didn’t take it personally. He had places to be. McKenzie’s presence was one of the Bills’ favorite holiday gifts. Allen kept him fed Sunday. McKenzie caught 11 passes for 125 yards, both career highs, and his first receiving touchdown this season. It also was the first touchdown Sunday in a game the Bills never trailed. Uba, watching from the Allentown spot he shares with his brother, Mike, couldn’t believe what they were seeing from McKenzie. They attended Buffalo’s ghastly loss to New England at Highmark Stadium but were stoked throughout the rematch. “I don’t think there was a doubt after the first drive that we had it,” Uba said, “and as long as Isaiah was getting the ball, we were pretty confident.” The game was a breakthrough for a popular player Bills fans expected to be a larger part of this year’s offense. He scored five touchdowns last year and gave the front office confidence not to re-sign Pro Bowl kick returner Andre Roberts. But McKenzie’s 2021 largely was a disappointment until Sunday. He set career highs in catches and yards. No other Bills target has more receptions this year. Only one has gained more yards. Seven of McKenzie’s receptions were for first downs, notably a 17-yard pickup on third-and-10 three plays after New England cut the lead to five points with 7:37 to play. McKenzie went from absolutely benched to, as Allen said afterward, an “absolute beast.” Another holiday eve happens two nights before the Bills’ next game Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons. Might he come knocking on Timms’ door for more of Grandpa Ron’s crabmeat casserole? McKenzie laughed at the thought. He insisted he’s not superstitious. Besides, Uba sent along the recipe for McKenzie to make at home. Grandpa Ron’s crabmeat casserole recipe (Courtesy of Chris Uba) “The poor guy had nowhere to go and was looking for something to eat on Christmas Eve,” Uba said. “We would have been ecstatic if he had just acknowledged the offer, but the fact he came over was just awesome. “We hope he had a nice time because it made our Christmas.” McKenzie glowed as he reflected on a special weekend. “Everything fell into place,” McKenzie said. “I got some food. I got to make some people happy on Friday. On Christmas, I got to ease my mind for Sunday and make a lot more people happy to come out with the win. “I felt like that was a pretty successful weekend.”
    7 points
  26. im sick to fucking death seeing an interesting looking article then getting there and knowing its a paywall article i strongly suspect im not the only one how long could it possibly take you, five minutes?
    7 points
  27. Jerry Sullivan is the @seandelevan of Buffalo sports writers.
    7 points
  28. Looks like the Biden support map to me.
    7 points
  29. I'm a McD critic and Belichick fan, but I disagree with this. I think McD knows that Belichick did literally nothing special. For all the rush yards the Pats had, they only put up 14 points. If Diggs catches that TD pass - which he does 99 times out of 100 - no one is talking about Belichick at all today. Because the Bills would have won. Quite frankly I think Belichick's gameplan was shit. He ran it almost 50 times, only scored 14 points, and it took the Bills a dropped TD, two dropped first downs, and a fumble where no one touched the RB, for the Pats to win by 4. It's odd that you mention the 1 Harry fumble but don't talk about everything I just listed. Pats got WAY more breaks than the Bills did. I have no idea where this Belichick coached great last night narrative came from.
    7 points
  30. Why do you get spun up over what these fags say?
    7 points
  31. What are we as citizens supposed to do when the police won't do their job? Sit back and let the criminals overrun us?
    7 points
  32. This dude made an epic video roasting Nick Wright. Fucking amazing.
    7 points
  33. Theyre doing spot checks. If they think its fake, they pull you to the side and use a computer to look your name up in the state database. If its not there, you get arrested. Its a class D felony.
    7 points
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