Which would you rather have? David Carr or a sack of potatoes?

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Which would you rather have

  1. David Carr

    31.8%
  2. a sack of potatoes

    68.2%
  1. Bipolar The Titan

    Bipolar The Titan cow pattie chunkin' champ

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    nine reasons why David Carr is better than a sack of potatoes

    9. A sack of taters might make a good meal, but it can't throw a football more than 8 or 9 yards. Carr can throw accurately at least 11 yards.

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    8. Carr can grow hair, taters only grow those root looking things.

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    7. Carr eats taters for supper.

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    6. David Carr's eyes are permanently attached to his head, unlike this guy.

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    5. David Carr is likely not coveted by Napoleon Dynamite.

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  2. Bipolar The Titan

    Bipolar The Titan cow pattie chunkin' champ

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    4. David Carr never inflicted famine on the Irish.

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    3. As far as I know, no one has ever dared to call Carr "Crinkle Cut."

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    2. Carr had absolutely nothing to do with the freedom fries fiasco. Potatoes, on the other hand were right in the middle of the fracas...

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    1. Drum Roll Please!!!
    To get Carr in your stadium, it'll cost your team several million dollars. You can get fried taters at any stadium for $5 or less.


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  3. Honoring Earl 34

    Honoring Earl 34 Hey Koolaid

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    I'll take the taters ... unlike Carr ... they're really good mashed .
     
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    Bipolar The Titan cow pattie chunkin' champ

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    mmm... it does go well with the chicken.
     
  5. Kaiser Toro

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    That Bear was also called a work out warrior. But then again you just have to be in a 50 foot radius of Carr to put yourself in a position to register a sack.
     
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    Man, that one made me actually laugh out loud. :heh:

    David Carr has been on tough cookie during his tenure with the Texans, and I'll always give him mad props for taking a licking and keeps on getting up.

    HOWEVER, have you ever happened to clean your automobile and find an old McDonalds french fry under your seat? Those things look just the same as the day you ordered it!! I mean, years can go by, and those suckers still look the same - no mold, decay, or even deterioration.

    So I've got to give the mighty spud a nod, because a nuclear winter would only leave cockroaches, Keith Richards, and those old french fries on the planet.
     
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    Those fries are survivors, much like us Texans's fans except of course when the roof is open in September during one of Houston's rare hot and humid days. :rolleyes:
     
  8. UTVinceYoung

    UTVinceYoung Play To Win

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    I will never look at fries or potatoes the same again. lol good stuff BIP.
    When I order fries or a baked potato from now on, I will think of Carr.
     
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    Too funny
     
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  10. dskillz

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    I totally forgot how ridiculous David looked with that long hair.
     
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    BigWig Bigimus Wigimus

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    Number 9 is false, I dont remember Davey ever throwing any further than say 4 or 5 yards!:shades:
     
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    Apparently you missed a lot Wig....
     
  13. Blazing Arrow

    Blazing Arrow Work'n da grill

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    I think I know someone who picked David Carr .... :chicken:
     
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    Glad to see you found your way back.... but as usual, you are wrong - LOL!!!
    I wanted Julius Peppers, from day one. I was just messin with Wig!
     
  15. Blazing Arrow

    Blazing Arrow Work'n da grill

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    You should not feel ashamed. I mean you are already a Texans fan right? :whip:
     
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