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Fidel Cashflow

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  1. Give it to Murray, save the cycling praise for Froome when he wins it next year. *Token yearly post.*
  2. Vettel the gawd to break Senna's record, various media outlets to continue to try and insinuate that he's somehow different than basically every other F1 champion ever because he's winning in the best car. Also, Vettel's time spent at Torro Rosso was ridiculously impressive, regardless of how you try to spin it. He outpointed the RBR drivers in their hand-me-downs and won a race in one, gapping Heikki who even if he was mediocre at McLaren, was in a McLaren. Mark Webber started that very race third and if I'm not mistaken fell back out of the points. Webber just took one of the most colossal ass beatings in the history of F1 teammate battles. He doesn't deserve to be in a championship level car anymore, much less team leader.
  3. Vettel the gawd to break Senna's record, various media outlets to continue to try and insinuate that he's somehow different than basically every other F1 champion ever because he's winning in the best car. Also, Vettel's time spent at Torro Rosso was ridiculously impressive, regardless of how you try to spin it. He outpointed the RBR drivers in their hand-me-downs and won a race in one, gapping Heikki who even if he was mediocre at McLaren, was in a McLaren. Mark Webber started that very race third and if I'm not mistaken fell back out of the points. Webber just took one of the most colossal ass beatings in the history of F1 teammate battles. He doesn't deserve to be in a championship level car anymore, much less team leader.
  4. The ROH feud is pretty much case in point of why CZW is awful. The feud was AWFUL on their side. They really did nothing with it. ROH made that run feel special on their own, and the key player (Hero) eventually made the switch anyway. Regardless, the best indy going now is PWG. Bar. None.
  5. Bit of a cop out, on H-A-M Kanye said "Watch the Throne drops, [expletive] kill themsleves". I think they're ashamed in their inability to end their own lives in response to such a watershed moment and are taking these frustrations out on electronic stores. Wiley and Dizzee need to squash their differences and do something about this. They're the only ones who can save the day.
  6. Bit of a cop out, on H-A-M Kanye said "Watch the Throne drops, [expletive] kill themsleves". I think they're ashamed in their inability to end their own lives in response to such a watershed moment and are taking these frustrations out on electronic stores. Wiley and Dizzee need to squash their differences and do something about this. They're the only ones who can save the day.
  7. Impeccable. What's good with your peoples bruh? I understand Watch The Throne just dropped and everything, but this seems like a gross overreaction to a fantastic album.
  8. Impeccable. What's good with your peoples bruh? I understand Watch The Throne just dropped and everything, but this seems like a gross overreaction to a fantastic album.
  9. Much respect to the London massiv. Big ups to all the man dem from round the ends. Babylon fi bun
  10. Much respect to the London massiv. Big ups to all the man dem from round the ends. Babylon fi bun
  11. I demand e-royalties for a Phenomenal One appearance.
  12. Me (the left) and my cousin at the beach. Florida > http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash2/hs321.ash2/60147_466631132245_689437245_6513053_1910370_n.jpg
  13. In the past year, what's been the moment that even whilst it was happening, you knew how special it was, and wished it could be framed forever?
  14. Both of those situations (I'll assume you're talking about Turkey) came directly as a result of one driver being on a different fuel mode shortly before the other. Webber and Hamilton were already in fuel conservation mode when their respective teammates made moves on them, while Vettel and Button, due to being in tow, didn't have to switch over until a bit later and had a short window of a straight-line advantage. It's nearly impossible to pass someone in the same car.
  15. It's nearly impossible to pass someone in the same car as you unless you're absolutely eons faster (due to a problem with the car). The race was basically decided when Alonso showed how much faster he was. Massa started doing flat-out, on the edge laps, with Smedley on the radio telling him "The gap is now three seconds, keep this up. You can win this race", after which Alonso started running fastest lap after fastest lap and caught him right back again, basically telling the team "Look, I'm faster than him....get him out of my way." The nature of the race aside, though, how can you blame Ferrari for making the logical decision? Last year, Lewis got shuffled down the grid, and on his way through, Heikki moved out of the way to let him by. Whether he was told "Lewis is faster than you" or he just took the hint, he did the right thing for the title chase. Massa's way down the pecking order, and Alonso is barely within fighting distance. Alonso was always going to finish ahead of Massa to preserve any chance Ferrari has at the WDC. The fact team orders are banned to begin with is what's stupid. It can't be policed, and has always been apart of the series. How many times since Austria 2002 have we seen "Your teammate is faster than you" lead to someone getting out of the way?
  16. Yeah, RBNY is actually Red Bull's second team re-naming venture. They got to Austria first. I was all for it, though. There was something inherently wrong about a team, especially a soccer team, being called the MetroStars. Especially a team I supported.
  17. It will, as long as Goodell is commish. He fined the Eagles' Tight End last year for hitting the Captain Morgan pose in the endzone, because it was "on field advertising".
  18. I always found it kind of interesting. The US, typically defined as tradition ignoring capitalistic *****s, has kept uniforms clean in the major sports. And the uniforms themselves RARELY change. Only in college football do some teams get new uniforms every few seasons. In football, there isn't even any advertising on the field at all
  19. Best: The Giants winning drive against the Patriots. My God...just...easily #1 Aaron Boone's walk-off home-run in the 2003 ALCS against Boston Derek Jeter becoming "Mr. November" Lewis f*cking up Brazil royally, allowing Kimi to finally win the WDC John Terry slipping in PK's in the CL final Larry Johnson's Four-Point Play for the Knick's Landon's goal to send us through against Algeria The Hurricanes incredible comeback against the Gators in 2003 Worsts: -The never before done reverse sweep against Boston in the 2004 ALCS. Nearly a century of Boston misery came pouring onto the Yankees. -Luis Gonzales doing the unthinkable and winning the World Series for the D'Backs against Mo -Miami winning the 2003 National Championship, only to have it taken away on a pass-interference call. I have to expand on this one. This team hadn't lost in 34 games over a three year stretch. The 2001 team specifically being regarded as the best college football team of all time. Now, the team was loaded with eventual pro talent, except for at quarterback. Ken Dorsey didn't have what it took to make it as a pro, everyone knew, but in the college game, he was unrivaled a game manager and leader. In his final game, seeing it taken away from him like that, it just killed me. In the midst of Ohio State celebrating, he just remained on the field, on his knees: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/college/2002/bowls/news/2003/01/04/miami_wrapup_ap/t1_dorsey_all.jpg You just knew everything that was going through his head. His entire career college career had to have been playing through his eyes. You could feel the finality of the moment, as as soon as that final whistle blew, he would go from glory days to a career of irrelevancy. The resident Boss of a nation to a "Where are they now?" statistic in a matter of seconds. Holy f*ck this made me tear up as a kid. -Kimi crashing out of that ridiculous race at Spa in 2008 after dominating -Giants getting demolished by the Ravens in the Superbowl in 2001
  20. Jesus Christ, did you REALLY just do the "A fighter beat B fighter so C fighter could beat B fighter"...with MMA of all sports? Fedor lost (for the FIRST TIME IN HIS CAREER, nevermind that nonsensical blemish on his record from before) because he got caught with a fantastic triangle with a jiu-jutsu specialist. This comes as a shock to everyone, as Fedor has comprehensively beat Big Nog, the best heavy jiu-jutsu practitioner, on more than one occasion, and from the guard. As it stands, both Fedor's and Brock's losses have come in nearly identical manners. Overzealous activity in a dominant position punished by a submission. Simple question: Who's more likely to punish a fighter for overstepping his bounds with a flash submission, Brock or Fedor? Since we all know the answer to that question, you're entire reasoning can now be tossed out the window. When have Brock and Fedor looked the worst in their careers? Against fighters with superior stand-up. Arvsloski, who already had fantastic hands, worked with Freddie Roach who stepped his game up even moreso. The AA that went after Fedor was the best AA we've ever seen, and yet he still got KO'd. In the Carwin fight, and in the Couture fight (yes he won with a right hand, but he had no business getting out dirty-boxed by a man that old, slow, and small) Brock displayed his lack of stand up technique. Against Carwin, he actually looked helpless, and knew he had nothing for Shane's standup and thus repeatedly tried to take him down. Who's more likely to dominate the other with stand-up? Also note in his first fight with Big Nog, Fedor displayed absolutely exceptional endurance as he continued a shocking workrate from the top throughout the fight. Cardio has never been a question. It was the biggest question on Carwin going into the fight. Moving on. What Brock has is his wrestling. Against Carwin, he executed an escape a man of his size should not have been able to pull off with such swiftness. Brock can absolutely beat any fighter in the world from the top. But, he can also be beaten anywhere else. I'll be hesitant to deem him the best fighter in the world until he steps the other areas of his game up, as they're still glowing weaknesses.
  21. So many people wrote the Germans off before this cup, and I'm taking quite the pleasure in reminding them all. Klose busting out the front flip again made this my most favorite cup to date. I'm shocked by how many people didn't know Thomas Muller was class. But then again, the vast majority of people only watch non-major teams when they're playing champions league fixtures, and then just blurt off whatever conclusion they managed to draw from a game or two. The Germans brought more offensive firepower with them to this cup than anyone, and Bastian Schweinsteiger was taking over Ballack's traditional role whether he was healthy or not.
  22. So many people wrote the Germans off before this cup, and I'm taking quite the pleasure in reminding them all. Klose busting out the front flip again made this my most favorite cup to date. I'm shocked by how many people didn't know Thomas Muller was class. But then again, the vast majority of people only watch non-major teams when they're playing champions league fixtures, and then just blurt off whatever conclusion they managed to draw from a game or two. The Germans brought more offensive firepower with them to this cup than anyone, and Bastian Schweinsteiger was taking over Ballack's traditional role whether he was healthy or not.
  23. Luis Suarez is a hero. ManU needs to stop being b*tches and drop the coin for him
  24. Luis Suarez is a hero. ManU needs to stop being b*tches and drop the coin for him
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