[INT. - A dark, candlelit dungeon appears slowly in the dim light. A hooded figure sits alone at a rough-hewn wooden table, with stacks of ancient, leather-bound volumes piled high. All of a sudden, a frantic knock is heard through a heavy, wooden door.] SMALLER HOODED FIGURE: My Lord, I’ve found it!
[pulls pants up hastily] Hey, what's going on guys/gals? Beardguyrob is otherwise engaged-don't let the laundry get backed up, just throw a load in every morning, amirite?-so I thought I'd toss up a thread that addresses your most serious concerns. Yeah, that's right I'm gonna say some crap about yesterday's
Thanks to Beerguyrob, I know a ton about what happened in relation to players getting signed and tagged. This, of course, brings up some.... questions. 25 to be exact. 1- Is anyone else surprised that Goodell did not fine James Harrison $50,000 for signing an extension with the Steelers? 2- Or is
WE NOW INTERRUPT YOUR REGULARLY SCHEDULED "HARD RIDE TO NOWHERE" TO BRING YOU THIS SPECIAL REPORT: Ladies and gentlemen, good evening. I have the solemn duty to inform you that at 4:42 p.m., DFO Substandard Time on February 16, an unscheduled Jets Schadenfreude Day was launched from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Reports are still
Salutations to all you mighty bastards/bastardesses that constitute the lurker/viewer/commenter-ship out there. Despite what my gut instinct tells me, I think I still have the ability to be surprised and awestruck by events that unfold in this universe that we share. Hopefully some of those reactions will be accompanied by
As Pat Benatar once said, "Loving Football is a Battlefield"* and we've got a near-impossible obstacle to hurdle directly in front of our eyebulbs. Perhaps you'll choose other entertainment options-whatever you do, pop in and say "Hell!" or "Hello", it makes no matter. Let us know what you're up to,
Statement applies to both Jets fans and [DFO-CON] attendees. One group has better decision-making skills. NFL News: They arrested the shooter of Joe McKnight, and he's being charged with manslaughter. The decision partly comes down to the fact that McKnight got out of his car first, so the accused might claim
(This is a collaborative effort between entropy and Senor Weaselo. We blame any and all errors on theweebabySeamus) The interior of a network executive's office, location undetermined, as all the window shades are drawn. The NETWORK EXECUTIVE is staring expectantly at the man in the first guest chair, who is hunched