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  1. Any love for Andre Ellington? KerWilliams the natural pickup at RB, but with John Brown out against Indy, does Arizona throw more to Ellington? Just a thought...
  2. The Ugandan Giant AND Touchdown Vulture.
  3. My only recommendation is to roll with the "fold-down" sofa as opposed to the old-fashioned "pull-out" version. It's still not going to be as comfortable as a real bed, but you'll have better "mattress" support and less cross-beam-in-the-back pain. I actually bought a fold down a few years back. Seems to work great but I can't remember the make/model. Just know I bought it at some moderny furniture store. Can't remember price but it was less than $1k. Something kind of like this (to give you an idea of how it works). No specific recommendation on that model (an image just popped up when I Googled). Good luck.
  4. Admirable restraint by the board for not posting the full lyrics of "Yub Nub" in here...
  5. Without having clicked on the link, I thought this was a clever reference to Rocky III. "You wanna ring the bell?"
  6. "The fire's got the temperature up all over the camp. Won't last long though." "Neither will we." "How will we make it?" "Maybe we shouldn't." "If you're worried about me--" "If we've got any surprises for each other, I don't think we're in much shape to do anything about it." "Well, what do we do?" "Why don't we just wait here for a little while...see what happens."
  7. "They all did it. But if you want to know who killed Mr. Boddy, I did. In the hallway. With the revolver. Now I'm going to go home and sleep with my wife."
  8. "I heard the best of the best were gonna be back here so um..." "This could be complicated. You know on the first one, I crashed and burned." "And the second?" "I don't know, but it's looking good so far."
  9. Sure, I could've stayed in the past. Could've even been king. But in my own way, I already am. Hail to the king, baby.
  10. "They're probably watching me. Well, let them. Let them see what kind of a person I am. I'm not even going to swat that fly. I hope they are watching... they'll see. They'll see and they'll know, and they'll say, "Why, she wouldn't even harm a fly..."
  11. "You have no idea what I'm talking about, I'm sure. But don't worry... you will someday."
  12. Not to veer away from the fantasy-relevant vaccination debate, but when it comes to Cutler's future, are there any teams that would really be a "fit" for him? Assume he's not going to play unless it's for a potential winner (from the outside, doesn't seem like he has a burning desire to play "no matter what"), do the offensive systems of any quarterback-needy teams fit his skill set? Houston missed on Romo...take a chance on Jay? He does have a strong arm. I'd guess San Fran and Cleveland are off the table for him (regardless of whether they'd be interested in him), but how about Washington? If Cousins is traded (big "if"), possible fit? All essentially a moot point until after the draft, but still a fascinating player. Reminds me of Jeff George when it comes to talent combined with weird "what's-with-this-guy?" mentality that had teams keep their distance.
  13. Side note - this does beg the question...do people still read comic strips? For me, the comic strip was intrinsically tied to the newspaper. When you read the newspaper, you also read the "funny pages" (in glorious color on Sundays). Now that my news comes from the internet, I can't tell you the last time I read a comic strip (much less with regularity).
  14. As a kid, Peanuts and Garfield. As I matured, Far Side and Bloom County. As an adult in the work force, Dilbert. But in the grand scheme, there is Calvin & Hobbes and then a deep, deep drop before you get to anyone at #2. Sheer genius. And the retirement of Bill Watterson at the top of his game made it all the more interesting (I think there was a documentary on that a while back, pretty good if I recall).