Discussion in 'Smack Central' started by SEC 330 BIPOLAR, Jan 18, 2009.
Nice name calling there buddy. Really shows your maturity level to be somewhat less than juvenile. Enjoy that offseason now won't ya!
Is it really so hard for you to answer his question instead of hiding behind moral righteousness?
**** you and **** the Steelers.
Is that any better... because I promise you I couldn't possibly be anymore sincere.
Franco Harris was a *****.
The Steelers dynasty of the seventies was a steroid fueled abomination (I think another ex-Steeler O-lineman just died... oh... and there goes another).
Robert Brazile>>Jack Lambert
Nice chatting with ya... never again would be way too soon.
PS: Did I mention **** you? Yup. I'm done.
Classy, very classy. You just continue to cement my point that karma bites and reality sucks. Please continue on with your fantasy ranting in the offseason. If you try hard enough you may convince yourself that the Steelers never even won a Super Bowl.
Steroids, refs on our payroll, the NFL loves us. Sure we all know those are undisputable facts right?
You do realise even if we never played you this year the same things would be said?
I so wish I could hi 5:cheers3:
Stomping towels doesn't mean anything at all. Nobody cares about towels but the Steelers and their fans. Every team has players and every fan of every team can appreciate the heinous act of intentionally injuring. It's not the same thing. Stomping on a towel x10 doesn't equate to a choke master playoff exit. Our best running back was a marked man. He was taken out for gashing the Ravens. Johnson was on fire. The following week the Steelers paid the Ravens their cosmic due. That's karma.
Odds are, and not trying to sound sour grapes over the whole deal, but honestly, odds are if #28 remained in that game things would have gone differently for the Titans and they would have hosted the North Division Champion Steeler team for the afccg. The Steelers would of then at that point had the opprotunity at pay back. Direct payback a.k.a. revenge. Still not karma. It would have been a fantastic contest. Far more compelling than the Ratbird stink fest America was subjected to.
It just wasn't in the cards. That's the beauty of the game. There will be future seasons. Am I disappointed? Absolutely. Am I bitter? No way. I did appreciate the way the Ravens were paid back though in the form of the spirit of my opening post. I still pity Willis McGahee. I hate to see a man injured but it was a semi-clean hit. Don't get me wrong, it was helmet to helmet but nobody tried to twist the man like a pretzel.
Now, don't go whining and generalizing our membership here. I started this thread and I made a previous post today directed at your remarks. Instead of having this intelligent dialog in our smack forum that you claim you crave you rather choose to egg on the more negative replies. You are obviously here to stir the pot and that's ok, I'm just saying it's gay to pretend to be so insulted and what not when you are being selective in who you interact with.
Also, please don't play, spelling, grammar or punctuation cards. That only garners disrespect. Otherwise, welcome to goTitans and enjoy your time posting here. Also, good luck to your team Sunday. I won't be pulling for them as I like an underdog i.e. last year I was ecstatic when the Giants won so I will be equally happy for the Red Birds should they emerge the victor even if it's the man who was under center of the '99 Rams who won Super Bowl xxxiv.
**** classy, I promise you that barring banishment, I'll forever be here to greet all miserable, felch breathed, Steeler trolls such as yourself in my typically rude and belligerant fashion.
I never denied your Super Bowl wins... I just mentioned, rightfully, that the seventies Steelers were 100% ahead of the curve when it came to steroid use. Check out how many guys from those teams are dead from illnesses that have been associated with steroid abuse. If you were actually alive back then you might recall how huge the Steelers oline was compared to others at the time. If the Patriots get a bad rap for spygate... the 70's Steelers are most certainly similarly tarnished by steroid abuse.
Of the NFL players from the 1970s and '80s who have died since 2000, more than one in five -- 16 of 77 -- were Steelers.
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