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[quote]Send 'em to Ukraine to fight the Russian horde and earn citizenship. [/quote] You don't make American citizens fight to keep their citizenship. If you're talking migrants however, I am ALL FOR mandatory military or civil service for two years to earn citizenship. The crazies that are ...
[quote]Peppers actually played the run as well, Freeney would abandon his lane quickly. [/quote] Which is evident in the stats I posted. Also, Peppers was an absolute nightmare with his big paws and long arms in passing lanes. Just overall more disruptive I think. Both were so damn good....
Let’s be fair to Freeney and just [u]look at first 10 years[/u], which is fair for a DL and the amount of punishment they put on their body. Freeney played 129 games, Peppers 137, so I’m calling that a wash. [b]Freeney:[/b] 0 INT, 13 PD, 43 FF, 3 FR, 1 TD, 102.5 sacks, 106 TFL, 304 tackles ...
What's funny is I'm looking at their stats and they both came out in 2002. That year Freeney came in 2nd in DROY voting to...Julius Peppers. However, Freeney arguably had a better stat line: 2002, rookie seasons Freeney: 1 PD, 9 FF, 13 sacks, 20 TFL, 46 tackles Peppers: 6 PD, 5 FF, 12 sac...
[quote]Dude was a monster with the Packers even at an advanced age [/quote] At age 37 with the Panthers he started in 5 games and had 11 sacks, 10 TFL, 2 FF, and 2 FRs Absurd for a 37 year old at that position (or any position really) ...
I think Peppers at his peak is one of the best defensive players in the history of the sport. He had double digit interceptions on top of his great traditional DL stats. :lol: So I choose Peppers. Although Freeney was great at his peak and had a 20 sack year, which Peppers didn't. ...
[quote]The real answer: for most people vitamins are a waste If your diet is truly and atrociously deficient in something, then there is SOME value. But if that's the case…change your diet.[/quote] I hate vegetables and just don't really eat them...ever :lol:...
[quote]Yep. Most people should be taking Magnesium too. Most people have chronically low levels of that. [/quote] Magnesium + Zinc at night has been great for me. Can really tell a difference in my sleep. Also take Ashwaghanda at night and sometimes 5-HTP, but not every night....
[quote]The writing is also on the wall for Jordan Allen, Rickie Collins, and Kimo.[/quote] Rickie Collins is the backup QB as of now. The other QB on roster behind him just hit puberty and Underwood hasn't signed anything. He has a ton of eligibility left and we have great offensive coaches for h...
[quote] The alternative was far far worse.[/quote] I don't know about far worse, but it certainly would've been very devastating in it's own right and taken years....
I think the real test will be in years 3 & 4. Saban built the fricking deathstar and filled it with talent, even with transfers they are still stacked. [b]He built infrastructure and processes that carry on for years and he's still connected to the program.[/b] It'll be like LSU/Les Miles, but amp...
I'd sure love a CB1 too. Would help the rest of the defense out so much if we had a pretty lockdown guy on the perimeter. A man can dream....
[quote]One silverback would end that shite quickly I would envision something like the Hulk and Loki. Then the rest of the wolves scatter not wanting to deal with that.[/quote] While one or two are getting mauled by the gorilla, the others will start attacking his back. I think right answer i...
[quote]I think they wolves could possibly take out one. They are like Hyenas, They will seek out and attack the weakest one, and barrage him. I think the gorilla's could and would take out a enough of the wolves that they would ultimately back off, but I still think the wolves get 1, possibly 2 of t...

re: Bidet recommendations

Posted by CatfishJohn on 4/22/24 at 11:23 am
We have the tushy and you don't need a warmer. Thing is amazing. ...

re: Scheffler is not human right now.

Posted by CatfishJohn on 4/22/24 at 11:15 am
[quote]I think Scottie keeps rolling even after becoming a father. [/quote] I could see it, but I could also see that guy being a super dad and trying to be there all the time for his kid(s). I hope he continues to crush it. I love when a true good guy is dominating in sports. ...

re: Scheffler is not human right now.

Posted by CatfishJohn on 4/22/24 at 11:13 am
[quote]Jack got married had kids and still won Arnie did too Tiger did too Phil did too That shite is so played out.[/quote] Different generation. Dads are far more present these days. And Tiger didn't really adhere to the traditional married life :lol: ...

re: Scheffler is not human right now.

Posted by CatfishJohn on 4/22/24 at 10:43 am
[quote]I have a theory about guys like Spieth, Rory, JT, etc. They were billed as the heirs to Tiger and were supposed to be the crew that took the torch, so they put a ton of pressure on themselves and it led to their current state.[/quote] They all got married and had kids. ...

re: Scheffler is not human right now.

Posted by CatfishJohn on 4/22/24 at 10:39 am
[quote]Having a wife that posts half naked pictures of herself all over instagram? Throwing a club into the lake every now and then?[/quote] [img]https://gifdb.com/images/high/steve-austin-hell-yeah-ready-brother-4m3tf42dg24qmzzd.gif[/img]...
This routine below has changed my sleep quality DRAMATICALLY. Night time supplements: Ashwaghanda (sp?) 5-HTP (give myself breaks though a couple nights a week) Magnesium Zinc - Go over in my head what I need to do the next day and have a high-level plan of what order I will go through...