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 Post subject: Re: Who is the biggest tool in pro sports?
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A-Rodge. What a bitch. It’s always someone else’s fault. I actually hate him.


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He just delivered a Flagrant 1 elbow on Al Farooq Aminu last night.


there we go

Bigger tool: Grayson Allen or whoever it was that drafted Grayson Allen?

The biggest tool I know is a former work colleague who left for another company and still works in my building. I see him occasionally. He named his son (about a year old now) Grayson. I have never been less surprised by anything in my entire life than when I heard the name he chose.

Good call, Snatch.

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I’ve never been on the “Tom Brady is a cheater” train ... I just hate him because he’s such a fkn tool.

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LeBron is up there.

Amazing player. Amazing. Kind of a tool a little bit.

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A-Rodge. What a bitch. It’s always someone else’s fault. I actually hate him.


He doesn't even like football. Doesn't speak with his family. Couldn't satisfy Olivia Munn. What miserable bastard.


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verb_to_trust wrote:
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A-Rodge. What a bitch. It’s always someone else’s fault. I actually hate him.


He doesn't even like football. Doesn't speak with his family. Couldn't satisfy Olivia Munn. What miserable bastard.

He is damn annoying lately. Hoping he gets over himself and recommits to football so he can lead the Packers to glory once again.


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spike wrote:
verb_to_trust wrote:
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A-Rodge. What a bitch. It’s always someone else’s fault. I actually hate him.


He doesn't even like football. Doesn't speak with his family. Couldn't satisfy Olivia Munn. What miserable bastard.

He is damn annoying lately. Hoping he gets over himself and recommits to football so he can lead the Packers to glory once again.

It's over. Bears are back, bye bye Pack.

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spike wrote:
verb_to_trust wrote:
daft twat wrote:
A-Rodge. What a bitch. It’s always someone else’s fault. I actually hate him.


He doesn't even like football. Doesn't speak with his family. Couldn't satisfy Olivia Munn. What miserable bastard.

He is damn annoying lately. Hoping he gets over himself and recommits to football so he can lead the Packers to glory once again.

It's over. Bears are back, bye bye Pack.

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What's with the Aaron Rodgers hate? Every great player has gotten a coach or two fired in their day.

Maybe his family are just leeches, who knows.


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Bubba Watson-judging by how thin he is the guy may need to eat more meat to calm those outbursts on the course

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Lenny Dykstra

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rick malone wrote:
What's with the Aaron Rodgers hate?

jealousy, i'm guessing.


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spike wrote:
rick malone wrote:
What's with the Aaron Rodgers hate?

jealousy, i'm guessing.


Does he really some like a cool guy to you?


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verb_to_trust wrote:
spike wrote:
rick malone wrote:
What's with the Aaron Rodgers hate?

jealousy, i'm guessing.


Does he really some like a cool guy to you?

i don't want to befriend him, i just want him to play well for my team and lead them back to glory.


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spike wrote:
verb_to_trust wrote:
spike wrote:
rick malone wrote:
What's with the Aaron Rodgers hate?

jealousy, i'm guessing.


Does he really some like a cool guy to you?

i don't want to befriend him, i just want him to play well for my team and lead them back to glory.

too bad the 49ers are the future

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