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TexansFanatic
11-16-2009, 08:03 PM
We've had a weekend without our favorite team playing a game.

We've had a weekend without a disappointing loss.

We've had a weekend without an exhilarating and perhaps even unexpected victory.

We've also had a weekend where we were forced to watch what the other teams in the league were doing, thus allowing us to observe our competition a little more closely without the distraction of being focused solely on the home team. Are the Titans really a better team with VY? Are the Jaguars a team on the rise?

At 5-4 the Texans could still go either way to finish the final stretch of the season.

Which way are they going to finish? Up or down?

After the bye week are you more or less optimistic?

Kaiser Toro
11-16-2009, 08:14 PM
I am genuinely optimistic, even in light of this game coming up with all of the back story to boot. In the past I would dread this game, not this year. The attitude change on the field has triggered an attitude change in the dialogue and perception of the Texans. As I said to my wife, these will not be "the same old Texans" for many years to come. :texflag:

thunderkyss
11-16-2009, 08:15 PM
Watching the Colts & Patriots play last night, I feel much better about this team.

I tend to put the Colts on a Pedestal, and the Patriots aren't very far behind. Watching them play each other, I don't believe we are that far behind.

I've watched the Rosencopter game, the Colts game from a few weeks back, the Colts last night, and Indy/San Francisco game.

We can beat them. The Patriots & the Colts both. I think they're still the class of the AFC, but they aren't as special as they once were.

They make just as many mistakes as we make.

Honoring Earl 34
11-16-2009, 09:07 PM
Duck the Fitans . If I want the Texans to go in there and kick the crap out of the Budsters , then as a fan I have to say that I expect the Texans are going to kick the crap out of the Titans . I expect the Texans to knock Johnson out of the game and return two interceptions back for TDs . I expect Slaton to have a breakout game and I expect the Texans to go 6-1 the rest of the year .

Marcus
11-16-2009, 10:49 PM
Watching the Colts & Patriots play last night, I feel much better about this team.

I dunno bout that. Watching Brady shred the Colts defense the first 3 quarters made me feel like the Texans were not that good at all, comparatively speaking. A defensive letdown in the 4th along with Belichick's dumb decision making let the Colts off the hook.

Have a good feeling about playing well against the Colts. The Patriots, hmm..not so much. And we play them in the final game of the season. If our playoff hopes rest on that last game . . . well, here's hoping we make the playoffs before that game, because I don't see us winning that one.

Vinny
11-16-2009, 11:59 PM
Everybody I know (who are actually NFL fans) is optimistic about the team right now. The only people who are down on them are the persistent Eeyeores (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eeyore) of society and they will find something to complain about no matter what is happening (ya just gotta tune them out).

SAMURAITEXAN
11-17-2009, 12:07 AM
At this point of the season, I am happy that we can actually talk about possible playoffs. Yes, I am optimitic about the Texans!!!

Go Texans!!!

keyser
11-17-2009, 12:22 AM
I'm generally a pessimist, so take that into accout. I'm less optimistic, mainly because I'm more worried about some of the teams we are facing, and need to beat:

The Titans seem to have woken up. This is the team that performed so well last year, and if they're returning to form, they will be tough to beat.
Jacksonville won again. We will likely be facing them in a must-win game for both of us, meaning they will be playing hard (and they've already shown they can beat us). Overall, it's probably best for us that the Jets lost, but it makes me worry more about Jacksonville than I had been.
New England's losing means it's more likely they wll be playing all-out in the final game of the season, against us.

Plus, the list of teams we're competing with for a wildcard: Broncos, Chargers, Steelers, Jags, Ravens (either Denver or San Diego will be a division champ) seems like an awfully tough group. It is becoming harder for me to see how we beat out most of them for a slot.

Like I said, though, I'm almost always a pessimist.

Showtime100
11-17-2009, 12:34 AM
I'm almost the same given the bye week. I have a different feeling about this team as many here have said. They are not yet elite to state the obvious, but they have a good young team with some balance unlike teams of the past. I see a better team next year but that's another thread.

One concern is getting the defense back in the groove after the bye. Defenses tend to miss a step after even a small layoff such as a bye and I only hope this is not an issue.

Having said that 2009 history tells me nothing in that Houston had Arizona after their bye and we were down 21-0 at the half. A couple of weeks later and the Texans get SF after their bye and Houston had a 21-0 lead at the half. As we all know the following halves were much different. Just sorting this thing out in my mind, carry on. :thinking:

WhoDeyBengals
11-17-2009, 01:12 PM
Remaining strength of schedule (AFC Wildcard contenders highlighted)
1) ARI (6-3), 0.365
2) CIN (7-2), 0.380
2) PIT (6-3), 0.380
4) NO (9-0), 0.412
4) SF (4-5), 0.412
6) SEA (3-6), 0.428
7) SD (6-3), 0.444
7) ATL (5-4), 0.444
9) CLE (1-8), 0.460
9) GB (5-4), 0.460
11) IND (9-0), 0.492
11) HOU (5-4), 0.492
11) DEN (6-3), 0.492
11) STL (1-8), 0.492
15) MIA (4-5), 0.507
15) JAC (5-4), 0.507
15) DET (1-8), 0.507
18) NYJ (4-5), 0.523
18) BAL (5-4), 0.523
18) DAL (6-3), 0.523
18) PHI (5-4), 0.523
18) MIN (8-1), 0.523
18) CHI (4-5), 0.523
24) NE (6-3), 0.539
24) TEN (3-6), 0.539
24) OAK (2-7), 0.539
27) BUF (3-6), 0.555
27) KC (2-7), 0.555
29) NYG (5-4), 0.587
29) CAR (4-5), 0.587
31) WAS (3-6), 0.619
31) TB (1-8), 0.619

Looks like you guys need some help right now. I hope you get it. Good luck!

thunderkyss
11-17-2009, 01:19 PM
I dunno bout that. Watching Brady shred the Colts defense the first 3 quarters made me feel like the Texans were not that good at all, comparatively speaking. A defensive letdown in the 4th along with Belichick's dumb decision making let the Colts off the hook.

Have a good feeling about playing well against the Colts. The Patriots, hmm..not so much. And we play them in the final game of the season. If our playoff hopes rest on that last game . . . well, here's hoping we make the playoffs before that game, because I don't see us winning that one.

Offensively, they make plays, just like we do.

Defensively, they make mistakes...... they're just as vulnerable as we are. IMHO.

Thorn
11-17-2009, 02:30 PM
I'm optimistic we'll have our first winning season, not so much optimistic we'll be in the playoffs though.

Porky
11-17-2009, 02:40 PM
I'm probably more optimistic about the team in general and the possibility of finally having a winning record, but maybe a little more pessimistic about our chances of actually making the playoffs. SD won. Ravens won, Jags won. The competition is tough, and Pittsburgh probably has one spot, and we will probably be competing against the aforementioned plus Denver for that last spot. That's 4 good teams going home, and one making it. The odds are stacked against us. We really need to find a way to go 6-1 the rest of the way to have a likely chance, and a 5-2 for a decent chance.

We'll see, and I am looking forward to the final 7.

Double Barrel
11-17-2009, 02:54 PM
I feel good about the Texans in that they are an 'any given Sunday' type of team that is capable of playing up to any team in the league. It seems that their own worst enemy, though, is themselves. So I am hopefully pragmatic that they can stop consistently shooting themselves in the foot to give away games.

Depending on the outcome of Monday's game, the above outlook is subject to change.

Texecutioner
11-17-2009, 02:57 PM
Everybody I know (who are actually NFL fans) is optimistic about the team right now. The only people who are down on them are the persistent Eeyeores (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eeyore) of society and they will find something to complain about no matter what is happening (ya just gotta tune them out).

I am optimistic for this game, because it is on Monday night and I think Reliant will be rocking for Monday night football. We will be playing our rivals and I think Cushing will be all over the place and will give VY some big problems and I think Mario has a big game as well where he pressures VY all night. I'm anxious to see how Smith does at DT and Barwin does as well finally starting.

However, I disagree with your assessment that anyone who would be pessimistic right now are the constant whiners that will find someone to complain about. The Texans have been improving, but they still have had some inconsistencies that are worth worrying about and present, so I could see why some people are not feeling to confident about this game or the rest of the season. Plus, VY has had some big moments in Reliant and is getting some of his confidence back as a QB and will really be itching to have a big game here with a lot of his local fans. I can see why some people might not be as optimistic as you or I might be right now. With the way the Texans have constantly shot themselves in the foot all year at times, it's hard for a lot of people to forget about some of the struggles and the "so close, but yet so far" instances we seem to have. Any way, GO TEXANS!!

WhoDeyBengals
11-17-2009, 03:10 PM
Remember, the Broncos and Chargers are competing for the AFC West, so one of them is definitely going to the playoffs with a home game in the wildcard round (and perhaps the divisional round, if they win out and Cincinnati loses a game). The two play their second game on Monday night, and it looks like two teams headed in the opposite direction. Denver's got a problem at QB, and I think their offense has been figured out. If they have to sit Orton for an extended period of time, look out. They might skid. And that means the Chargers win the division, and hence are out of the picture. Regardless, one of them is going to take a loss this coming week.

The Jags are a team with problems. I can see them faltering. But not this week... Buffalo just fired Jauron, and they're a team with some pretty fundamental issues. Jags roll this week.

The Ravens have to play the Steelers twice before the season is done, which is good news no matter how you cut it for Texans fans. If the Steelers sweep the Ravens (and I hope they don't), then the Ravens are effectively out of the running. I could never see three teams from the same division making the postseason anyhow.

The Texans have a fair shot. It's too early to be pessimistic. This is a good team... give them a chance! They may have a surprise or two left!

badboy
11-17-2009, 04:02 PM
Prior to the first Indy game I posted the Colts would not beat Texans but Houston could beat itself. IMO that is what happened. I stated that psychologically it would be better to lose that one, beat Titans and then whip Colts in "our house". It is lining up that way. I had predicted then we win out. For everyone that can defend a loss, I can defend a win. Yes, the Colts had 3 defensive players out, but we had OD, Pitts and Briesel out on offense. Our pro bowl WR still recovering from spitting blood. Cushing was still having foot problems and we know how that effected Mario in the past. Williams has shoulder issue that we will hear more about after season over. Our guys played the Colts pretty darn well and it would have been real interesting in OT. Their O was not moving against our D but we were moving and scoring against them. What happens when a "hero" can't quite come through for you? Manning could not get it done against the Pats. N.E. beat themselves just like we did. Peyton just pulled the trigger when the coach handed him a loaded gun. Their team and fans are use to these "miracle" wins. Well if we don't hand them the game and solidly kick their butt in the small things like tackling, blocking and being the the correct spot, they CAN'T beat us.

Add to rested players our history of doing very well last half of season. Here is where Kubes and our player leaders step up. No more off sides on our very first play. No more 15 yard penalties hitting late; our players are maturing and will bring the fire.

12-4 and I don't give a damn if that gets us in the playoffs or not. This team is set to become the elephant in the room. You can ignore it but you better hide away your mommies crystal cause we are fixing to do some damage.

silvrhand
11-17-2009, 10:59 PM
At this point the whole rest of the season scares me with the following games:

- TN (3 wins in a row)
- Indy (9-0, need I say more?)
- Miami (under estimated team)
- New England (good team)
- Jacksonville (playing good again)

All of those teams are playing really good ball right now, and we'll be in a really bad shape at this point, cause it looks like that we'll need to be 10-6/11-5 to even think about playoffs.. The only two I really feel are easy games for us are the Rams and the Seahawks..


http://espn.go.com/blog/afceast/post/_/id/5902/keep-an-eye-on-the-afc-wild-card-race

DexmanC
11-17-2009, 11:22 PM
The Texans went INTO Tennessee a week after they gave the Steelers
all they can handle.

The Texans went INTO Cincinnati, and dominated them from the start.

The Texans dominated a division-leading 49ers team, while THEY were hot.

Even if Tennessee plays tough, they haven't been able to slow down
our passing attack the last THREE times we played them, including a
game with a healthy Albert Haynesworth.

I really don't think the Titans can score with us. We've proven we got what
it takes to beat Manning and the Colts. Jacksonville will be a tough game, but
they can't slow us down either.

All the Texans have to do, is PROTECT THE BALL. If they don't turn it
over, they blow most of those teams off the field.

dalemurphy
11-17-2009, 11:31 PM
The following is a list of the teams in the NFL that are either clearly better than the Texans or younger than the Texans..












impressive list, huh? That is why I'm optimistic!

TexCanada
11-17-2009, 11:37 PM
The following is a list of the teams in the NFL that are either clearly better than the Texans or younger than the Texans..












impressive list, huh? That is why I'm optimistic!

I like your optimism, but you don't think Pitt, NE, Indy or NO are better than us? Maybe SD? Vikes?

DexmanC
11-17-2009, 11:48 PM
I like your optimism, but you don't think Pitt, NE, Indy or NO are better than us? Maybe SD? Vikes?

Not without a game, first. The Texans have proven they can whip or lose
to any of those teams. Pitt got swept by a team the Texans dominated,
for example. None of those teams are CLEARLY better than us, nor
younger than us.

TexCanada
11-18-2009, 12:01 AM
Not without a game, first. The Texans have proven they can whip or lose
to any of those teams. Pitt got swept by a team the Texans dominated,
for example. None of those teams are CLEARLY better than us, nor
younger than us.

We have the potential to be as good as those teams, but until we develop the consistency (which we are getting better at) then I don't think we belong in the same conversation as those teams. If we can prove ourselves through the rest of this season by winning games and making the playoffs, then we can start to belong with those teams. In the end though, we are still just a team that is trying to make playoffs, while those other teams are trying to win super bowls.

m5kwatts
11-18-2009, 12:32 AM
I like your optimism, but you don't think Pitt, NE, Indy or NO are better than us? Maybe SD? Vikes?

Indy and NO are clearly above everyone else as their records suggest

I think the Texans are in the same pool as everyone else right below those 2, pitt minn new england all those teams have atleast a blemish or two on their season as do the Texans (who have a blemish or 4 lol)... the difference between the teams with blemishes is not as substantial as NO and Indy from everyone else

dalemurphy
11-18-2009, 07:16 AM
I like your optimism, but you don't think Pitt, NE, Indy or NO are better than us? Maybe SD? Vikes?

Arguably, sure. But, I said "clearly better".. and, frankly, there are no longer any matchups where I don't think we have a very good chance to win the game. There are, however, at least a dozen teams that I fully expect to dominate when we play them.

dalemurphy
11-18-2009, 07:18 AM
Indy and NO are clearly above everyone else as their records suggest

I think the Texans are in the same pool as everyone else right below those 2, pitt minn new england all those teams have atleast a blemish or two on their season as do the Texans (who have a blemish or 4 lol)... the difference between the teams with blemishes is not as substantial as NO and Indy from everyone else


While I won't be shocked, I will be surprised if we don't beat Indy in two weeks. N.O. was on fire earlier this year. However, it looks to me like they peeked early. They've not been the same team the past 3 weeks. They were very fortunate to be playing St. Louis last week!

BigBull17
11-18-2009, 08:08 AM
Indy and NO are clearly above everyone else as their records suggest

I think the Texans are in the same pool as everyone else right below those 2, pitt minn new england all those teams have atleast a blemish or two on their season as do the Texans (who have a blemish or 4 lol)... the difference between the teams with blemishes is not as substantial as NO and Indy from everyone else

Don't know about NO, but I still don't see it in Indy. I don't know how they freakin do it. NE freakin killed them. Yet they win. We did every thing a team can do wrong, and still had a chance to tie it late. They just don't impress me.

DBCooper
11-18-2009, 08:11 AM
More or less, I am.

thunderkyss
11-18-2009, 08:40 AM
I really don't think the Titans can score with us. We've proven we got what
it takes to beat Manning and the Colts.

Dex, you're my boy....... but they scored 31 on us in September, & we barely beat them.

I'm hoping for the win, but I know anything can happen on Sunday.







That goes double for a Monday.

DexmanC
11-18-2009, 08:44 AM
Dex, you're my boy....... but they scored 31 on us in September, & we barely beat them.

I'm hoping for the win, but I know anything can happen on Sunday.







That goes double for a Monday.

We barely beat them, WITHOUT Bernard Pollard, Cushing in only his
SECOND GAME of his CAREER, Dunta with NO TRAINING CAMP, NO
JACQUES REEVES, NO Eugene Wilson <thanks to Favre>, and Dre
has torched their secondary the last THREE TIMES we played them.

So, while the Texans were playing their WORST football of the year, we
BEAT them by only 3? It's Monday Night Football, the Texans control
their own destiny for a wild card, and our team is playing its best
football of the year. The question isn't WILL we win. It's by HOW
MUCH!??

Dread-Head
11-18-2009, 10:15 AM
MORE! Bring those muff-huggas on and start the HIT PARADE!

silvrhand
11-18-2009, 10:44 AM
Not without a game, first. The Texans have proven they can whip or lose
to any of those teams. Pitt got swept by a team the Texans dominated,
for example. None of those teams are CLEARLY better than us, nor
younger than us.

The only thing the Texans have proven is that we are entirely too streaky, and make it hard on ourselves. We have had only one complete game this year, other than that we are only playing first/second half games. We have to be more consistent.

I still think we are a year or two away from being a very consistent team, I think our playoff run is going to be more luck than in our control at this point. I'm not optimistic cause I think that Denver falling from grace, and SD heating up, and then Pittsburgh competing for a wildcard now is a problem for us getting into the playoffs.

thunderkyss
11-18-2009, 11:29 AM
Don't know about NO, but I still don't see it in Indy. I don't know how they freakin do it. NE freakin killed them. Yet they win. We did every thing a team can do wrong, and still had a chance to tie it late. They just don't impress me.

Don't forget Miami put a whup'n on them as well, but lost the game.

hobie
11-18-2009, 11:37 AM
Neither...

m5kwatts
11-18-2009, 11:56 AM
Don't forget Miami put a whup'n on them as well, but lost the game.

We can dissect every Texans game and make a case for them being almost 8-1. The reality is the w-l counts in the end. NO and Indy have remained undefeated and that separates them from the rest of the pack. The Texans are as good as anyone else in that pack.

Texan_Bill
11-18-2009, 12:27 PM
After listening to Bernard Pollard this morning on 1560, I'm MORE optimistic.

Mr. White
11-18-2009, 12:28 PM
After listening to Bernard Pollard this morning on 1560, I'm MORE optimistic.

+1 :kingkong:

DexmanC
11-18-2009, 12:32 PM
After listening to Bernard Pollard this morning on 1560, I'm MORE optimistic.

Bernard Pollard:
"We don't care what you did your last game. We don't care what you
did in the first game. You ain't playin whoever else, you're playing the
Houston Texans. We got dogs now, and when we out there, they
GONNA LET US LOOSE! I tell Dunta, if the ball is there, go get it, and
I'll just knock the piss out of him."

I'M OPTIMISTIC!!

Texan_Bill
11-18-2009, 12:38 PM
+1 :kingkong:

Bernard Pollard:
"We don't care what you did your last game. We don't care what you
did in the first game. You ain't playin whoever else, you're playing the
Houston Texans. We got dogs now, and when we out there, they
GONNA LET US LOOSE! I tell Dunta, if the ball is there, go get it, and
I'll just knock the piss out of him."

I'M OPTIMISTIC!!

Right on!!!

Mr. White
11-18-2009, 12:41 PM
The Pollard interview is here (http://thegame.podbean.com/) if anyone wants to know what we're so crunk about.

TexCanada
11-18-2009, 01:19 PM
Bernard Pollard:
"We don't care what you did your last game. We don't care what you
did in the first game. You ain't playin whoever else, you're playing the
Houston Texans. We got dogs now, and when we out there, they
GONNA LET US LOOSE! I tell Dunta, if the ball is there, go get it, and
I'll just knock the piss out of him."

I'M OPTIMISTIC!!

Ya Pollard!! This guy has a perfect attitude for our D, what a great addition he has been. Pollard and Cush are vicious!

dalemurphy
11-18-2009, 01:24 PM
Bernard Pollard:
"We don't care what you did your last game. We don't care what you
did in the first game. You ain't playin whoever else, you're playing the
Houston Texans. We got dogs now, and when we out there, they
GONNA LET US LOOSE! I tell Dunta, if the ball is there, go get it, and
I'll just knock the piss out of him."

I'M OPTIMISTIC!!

He's got me regretting my prediction of 10-6 now! how the heck do we lose 2 more games?!

That may be my favorite football interview I have ever heard!!... well, except when I as a Cowboy fan and Jimmy Johnson went off on Buddy Ryan, or talked about his testicles. Those were priceless... interviews, not testicles.

GlassHalfFull
11-18-2009, 01:24 PM
<------You get one guess. :glasshalffull:

Showtime100
11-18-2009, 01:39 PM
The Pollard interview is here (http://thegame.podbean.com/) if anyone wants to know what we're so crunk about.

Thanks for that man. I look at your post and I can get the interview, I see your sig and I get beer and chicks. Can't go wrong. :texflag:

Showtime100
11-18-2009, 02:01 PM
The Pollard interview is here (http://thegame.podbean.com/) if anyone wants to know what we're so crunk about.

Thanks for that man. I look at your post and I can get the interview, I see your sig and I get beer and chicks. Can't go wrong. :texflag:

I hit the link on your sig for grins to see what was there. A rick roll. Not just a rick roll, but one you can't get off you screen even with task manager. I ended up rebooting just to get it out of there. A rick roll, ok, a little old and stupid thing to actually put in a sig, but I bit and the joke was on me. Good job. There is, however, a problem.

I was entering info I needed to have printed out in another window and had been doing this for the last two hours. When I rebooted all was lost and I get to start all f'ing over. My bad I got rr'ed, my bad I didn't have the presence of mind to look/think before rebooting, MY BAD I REPPED YOU FOR THE INTERVIEW LINK. All that is on me. My problem is I didn't expect to have to reboot to get rid of a stupid joke a 37-year-old has in his sig. That is on you.

So enjoy your current rep count while you can because as soon as the system allows me I'm going to neg you so good you'll be saying "Yessir" to Tit fans Toan and TitanFan.

Two f'ing hours waisted. Hope you enjoyed it.

TexCanada
11-18-2009, 02:13 PM
I hit the link on your sig for grins to see what was there. A rick roll. Not just a rick roll, but one you can't get off you screen even with task manager. I ended up rebooting just to get it out of there. A rick roll, ok, a little old and stupid thing to actually put in a sig, but I bit and the joke was on me. Good job. There is, however, a problem.

I was entering info I needed to have printed out in another window and had been doing this for the last two hours. When I rebooted all was lost and I get to start all f'ing over. My bad I got rr'ed, my bad I didn't have the presence of mind to look/think before rebooting, MY BAD I REPPED YOU FOR THE INTERVIEW LINK. All that is on me. My problem is I didn't expect to have to reboot to get rid of a stupid joke a 37-year-old has in his sig. That is on you.

So enjoy your current rep count while you can because as soon as the system allows me I'm going to neg you so good you'll be saying "Yessir" to Tit fans Toan and TitanFan.

Two f'ing hours waisted. Hope you enjoyed it.

I also opened the link and I had no problems. It opened it its own window that i could close with no problems. It might just be your own computer that messed up.

Showtime100
11-18-2009, 02:25 PM
I also opened the link and I had no problems. It opened it its own window that i could close with no problems. It might just be your own computer that messed up.

Could be. Vista, nuff said. It doesn't change the way I feel though.

http://i141.photobucket.com/albums/r65/ShowtimeN15580/Miscellaneous/aggressive-dog.jpg

Mr. White
11-18-2009, 02:30 PM
So enjoy your current rep count while you can because as soon as the system allows me I'm going to neg you so good you'll be saying "Yessir" to Tit fans Toan and TitanFan.

Two f'ing hours waisted. Hope you enjoyed it.

Sorry you're so sore at me , Showtime.

I'm never gonna give you up.
:ymca:

Texan_Bill
11-18-2009, 02:36 PM
I hit the link on your sig for grins to see what was there. A rick roll. Not just a rick roll, but one you can't get off you screen even with task manager. I ended up rebooting just to get it out of there. A rick roll, ok, a little old and stupid thing to actually put in a sig, but I bit and the joke was on me. Good job. There is, however, a problem.

I was entering info I needed to have printed out in another window and had been doing this for the last two hours. When I rebooted all was lost and I get to start all f'ing over. My bad I got rr'ed, my bad I didn't have the presence of mind to look/think before rebooting, MY BAD I REPPED YOU FOR THE INTERVIEW LINK. All that is on me. My problem is I didn't expect to have to reboot to get rid of a stupid joke a 37-year-old has in his sig. That is on you.

So enjoy your current rep count while you can because as soon as the system allows me I'm going to neg you so good you'll be saying "Yessir" to Tit fans Toan and TitanFan.

Two f'ing hours waisted. Hope you enjoyed it.

:spit: Bastard got me a while back.

Mr. White
11-18-2009, 02:40 PM
:spit: Bastard got me a while back.

That signature was made with you in mind. :joker:

Showtime100
11-18-2009, 02:47 PM
Sorry you're so sore at me , Showtime.

I'm never gonna give you up.
:ymca:

I'm not sore man. It was kind of like stubbing your toe and then you cuss up a storm only to forget about it later. It's not a big deal. I'm not thrilled about the work, but I can see how that's ultimately my fault. Next couple of times you deserve rep I'll ingore it, deal? :D