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SteveSlaton20
06-27-2009, 08:37 PM
http://i401.photobucket.com/albums/pp100/draino32/2112d76.jpg

http://i401.photobucket.com/albums/pp100/draino32/2112d76.jpg

From top left to right, Mike Jones, Caldwell, Glover Quin
From the mid left to right, Antony Hill and Brian Cushing
From bottow left to right, Adrian Foster, James Casey, And Brice McCain

He/I couldn't find Connor or Troy Nolan pics, but hopefully you guys will like this.

Bubbajwp
06-27-2009, 10:36 PM
nice

Norg
06-27-2009, 10:41 PM
man i must be hot has heck training in 100 deg weather but iam sure it will give us the edge like always and deff sweet some of that fat off LOL

V3rm0nt3r
06-27-2009, 10:50 PM
man i must be hot has heck training in 100 deg weather but iam sure it will give us the edge like always and deff sweet some of that fat off LOL

man i can't even imagine. we just had our first straight week of 75+ degree weather and my back hasn't been able to remove itself from my shirt since it started. i'm dying at the thought of having to go 3 more months of this bull. us Vermonters are built for sub 20's not this crap.

Ben Frank
06-27-2009, 11:22 PM
Vary Good Job! Looks awesome

GP
06-29-2009, 09:26 AM
Weird to see someone in #37.

Good job to the person who made the group photo. I enjoyed looking at it.

LonerATO
06-29-2009, 10:51 AM
man i can't even imagine. we just had our first straight week of 75+ degree weather and my back hasn't been able to remove itself from my shirt since it started. i'm dying at the thought of having to go 3 more months of this bull. us Vermonters are built for sub 20's not this crap.

Did you say 75+? Damn that is like Fall weather here in Texas.

hookinreds
06-29-2009, 11:41 AM
Did you say 75+? Damn that is like Fall weather here in Texas.

"Fall" what's that? Heck, that's the dead of winter temp, how do you manage!

The Pencil Neck
06-29-2009, 03:01 PM
Weird to see someone in #37.


Yeah. I was thinking it was cool to see that. I hope he plays well. That way I can break out the old #37 jersey again. (My last name is Davis so it still kinda works.)

TexanSam
06-29-2009, 03:30 PM
man i can't even imagine. we just had our first straight week of 75+ degree weather and my back hasn't been able to remove itself from my shirt since it started. i'm dying at the thought of having to go 3 more months of this bull. us Vermonters are built for sub 20's not this crap.

75? Seriously?? I'm extremely envious...god I would love that weather down here

False Start
06-29-2009, 04:11 PM
Thats pretty kewl dood! :shades:

V3rm0nt3r
06-29-2009, 09:02 PM
"Fall" what's that? Heck, that's the dead of winter temp, how do you manage!

arguing over seasons... so envious... we have 2. Winter (which takes up like 8-9 months of the year) and other. Our "summer" is really just a 2 week period where it spikes at 90 between our spring and fall so we just hoard them all into 1 general season called sprummall. its a simpler place to live.

The Pencil Neck
06-29-2009, 09:07 PM
arguing over seasons... so envious... we have 2. Winter (which takes up like 8-9 months of the year) and other. Our "summer" is really just a 2 week period where it spikes at 90 between our spring and fall so we just hoard them all into 1 general season called sprummall. its a simpler place to live.

That's what killed me when we lived in Pennsylvania. Winter never seemed to go away. It snowed in freaking October and there was snow on the ground until about April or May. After growing up in Houston and living in Arizona and Southern California, I don't do the whole living with snow thing. It's ok to visit occasionally but day after day? Yeck.

It was actually a relief to finally get somewhere where the air enfolded me like a steaming, wet blanket.

V3rm0nt3r
06-29-2009, 09:21 PM
That's what killed me when we lived in Pennsylvania. Winter never seemed to go away. It snowed in freaking October and there was snow on the ground until about April or May. After growing up in Houston and living in Arizona and Southern California, I don't do the whole living with snow thing. It's ok to visit occasionally but day after day? Yeck.

It was actually a relief to finally get somewhere where the air enfolded me like a steaming, wet blanket.

you CANT be comparing Pennsylvania to Vermont. you're talking about 1-2 inches of snow next to 1-2 feet AVERAGE. living in this state puts hair on your chest (well not me... genetics aren't very... hairy) living in Pennsylvania will give you a peach fuzz mustache if you're lucky.

The Pencil Neck
06-29-2009, 10:29 PM
you CANT be comparing Pennsylvania to Vermont. you're talking about 1-2 inches of snow next to 1-2 feet AVERAGE. living in this state puts hair on your chest (well not me... genetics aren't very... hairy) living in Pennsylvania will give you a peach fuzz mustache if you're lucky.

No, I'm comparing living in the frigid North to God's Country. I mean, any where that it actually snows every year is way too much. I don't care if it's an inch a year or a foot, it's too freaking much. Really. Just say no. I much prefer 105 degrees and 95% humidity although 105 degrees is much easier to take in Arizona than it is in Houston.

And the year that I lived in Yardley was the first year the Patriots won the Super Bowl and we got like 3 feet of snow a couple of times. The snow beside the walkway to our front door was piled up over my head. So, I guess it was Vermontish there that year. We chose Yardley over Easton, PA because Yardley was below the "snow line"; Easton got tons more snow.

And if you haven't figured it out, yet, the wife and I don't do snow except occasionally on vacation. And even then in minute doses.

ObsiWan
06-30-2009, 12:43 AM
man i can't even imagine. we just had our first straight week of 75+ degree weather and my back hasn't been able to remove itself from my shirt since it started. i'm dying at the thought of having to go 3 more months of this bull. us Vermonters are built for sub 20's not this crap.

:spit:

75!!??!!
down here, we set our A/C's at 78-80.

but while you're mucking about in that 20-degree mess, we're playing golf in 60-degree weather.

And 85-90 degree weather tends to make the ladies wear eye-friendly clothing
:D

ObsiWan
06-30-2009, 12:45 AM
you CANT be comparing Pennsylvania to Vermont. you're talking about 1-2 inches of snow next to 1-2 feet AVERAGE. living in this state puts hair on your chest (well not me... genetics aren't very... hairy) living in Pennsylvania will give you a peach fuzz mustache if you're lucky.

That's got to be annoying for the ladies.
They gripe enough about having to shave their legs
:D

V3rm0nt3r
06-30-2009, 01:53 PM
No, I'm comparing living in the frigid North to God's Country. I mean, any where that it actually snows every year is way too much. I don't care if it's an inch a year or a foot, it's too freaking much. Really. Just say no. I much prefer 105 degrees and 95% humidity although 105 degrees is much easier to take in Arizona than it is in Houston.

And the year that I lived in Yardley was the first year the Patriots won the Super Bowl and we got like 3 feet of snow a couple of times. The snow beside the walkway to our front door was piled up over my head. So, I guess it was Vermontish there that year. We chose Yardley over Easton, PA because Yardley was below the "snow line"; Easton got tons more snow.

And if you haven't figured it out, yet, the wife and I don't do snow except occasionally on vacation. And even then in minute doses.

that was a bad year. not for the snow but the fact that the Pats won the SB just ruined the year for me. god i couldn't deal with 105. we're at 80 and i'm sweating off a lake. absolutely horrible.

The Pencil Neck
06-30-2009, 03:44 PM
that was a bad year. not for the snow but the fact that the Pats won the SB just ruined the year for me. god i couldn't deal with 105. we're at 80 and i'm sweating off a lake. absolutely horrible.

The heat in Houston is wet. At around 95 to 100 degrees, you just want to go in and turn on the AC.

When I was in Phoenix, I could drive around with my windows down feeling totally comfortable up to about 105 degrees. Anything over 115 degrees is just too damned hot.

It hit 127 degrees while I was there.

That, my friend, is freaking hot and I don't care about the humidity.