Tuesday Night Open Thread: Justin Reid Doubles Down on His Pre-Game Remarks

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pompano
12/06/2022 10:15 pm

Well the radical right got shot down, mostly. Do they double down or actually do the business of governing (Hunter’s laptop does not count).

NovaChiefs
Reply to  pompano
12/06/2022 10:26 pm

They don’t know HOW to take care of business, only to block it

pompano
Reply to  NovaChiefs
12/06/2022 10:31 pm

TBF blocking is political practice when done on principle/policy, when done out of spite it’s simply obstruction for obstructions sake

Last edited 2 months ago by pompano
NovaChiefs
Reply to  pompano
12/06/2022 10:51 pm

Up to 2.5% gap.
It really wasn’t that close

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  pompano
12/06/2022 10:30 pm

Disregarding the DNC’s shortcomings regarding governance, the statistical evidence is quite clear; pro-Trump Republicans got spanked. Normal ones tended to win their races, which suggests that even on the actually registered level, Republicans didn’t like the association. So if they double down, they’ll lose the support of many loyal supporters.

It might happen, but if the Left is patient enough to let it happen, most of the radicals will implode via election. I doubt they’ll be patient, though, and if they make it look like they’re out to destroy the RNC, they’ll end up creating more radicals. Trump came to be because Hillary looked to be intending to do just that, and had the vocal support of the radicals, too. You tell me what’s most likely to happen.

pompano
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
12/06/2022 10:39 pm

I’ve no idea. Can we afford to wait out the wackos?
2 election cycles and start the craziness again?
that base will be courted by someone probably more competent and hence exponentially more dangerous

Last edited 2 months ago by pompano
pompano
Reply to  pompano
12/06/2022 10:41 pm

*desantis does not have the charisma imo

pompano
Reply to  pompano
12/06/2022 10:42 pm

I’m out, say “hi” to the Mrs
peace

NovaChiefs
12/06/2022 9:37 pm

The difference as of now is 1.2%, and that’s going to climb. My guess is by the time it’s really over, Warnock wins by 2%

upamtn
Reply to  NovaChiefs
12/06/2022 9:39 pm

AP News has called it: now it’s “official”

NovaChiefs
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 9:48 pm

But the margin of victory will continue to climb

pompano
Reply to  NovaChiefs
12/06/2022 9:49 pm

most likely

pompano
12/06/2022 9:34 pm

Huge for the admin, power sharing goes away on Senate confirmations, seats that the votes for have been blocked can now be filled and agencies can do their jobs (esp judiciary, several seats have been vacant)

upamtn
Reply to  pompano
12/06/2022 9:37 pm

… and Kamala Harris might be able to squeeze in an afternoon nap on occasion

pompano
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 9:43 pm

I love how any VP catches shit when their only real job is casting the deciding vote in a 50/50 senate vote.

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 9:23 pm

congrats to Raphael Warnock

pompano
Reply to  steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 9:26 pm

*and the narrow margin of sanity

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  pompano
12/06/2022 9:30 pm

the space between

pompano
Reply to  steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 9:35 pm

*there be monsters.
where?
right there

river
river
Reply to  pompano
12/06/2022 9:31 pm

Sanity, what is that

river
river
Reply to  river
12/06/2022 9:32 pm

Warnock

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  river
12/06/2022 9:32 pm

definitely not a thing that the worlds governments understand

pompano
Reply to  river
12/06/2022 9:40 pm

It and I have a passing relationship now, used to be tight.

NovaChiefs
Reply to  steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 9:29 pm

The unhappiest man in America?
Joe Manchin. From Powerbroker to who fucking cares in one night

AndyReidStach
AndyReidStach
12/06/2022 8:41 pm
pompano
Reply to  AndyReidStach
12/06/2022 8:53 pm
AndyReidStach
AndyReidStach
Reply to  pompano
12/06/2022 8:59 pm
pompano
Reply to  AndyReidStach
12/06/2022 9:01 pm
zulu trader
zulu trader
12/06/2022 8:33 pm

zulu trader
zulu trader
12/06/2022 8:32 pm

Will Brinson
@WillBrinson

Joe Burrow is 3-0 against Patrick Mahomes

Joe Burrow is 0-4 against the Cleveland Browns

Make it make sense

upamtn
Reply to  zulu trader
12/06/2022 8:34 pm

o-0

AndyReidStach
AndyReidStach
Reply to  zulu trader
12/06/2022 8:40 pm

Everyone is gonna play the chiefs like it’s their super bowl. Look at the trail of dust behind them after.

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  AndyReidStach
12/06/2022 8:43 pm

agree

and we have done that every week so far with a 75 percent win percentage

better than everyone cept Buffalo and Philly, maybe the Vikings

AndyReidStach
AndyReidStach
Reply to  steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 8:46 pm

Gotta make it to the dance first. 9-3 is nothing to be upset about.

upamtn
Reply to  AndyReidStach
12/06/2022 8:48 pm

yup, and Chiefs WILL make “the dance”

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  AndyReidStach
12/06/2022 8:48 pm

nope!!!

The Chiefs can win anywhere

I just still want a bye cause a game not played is a win

AndyReidStach
AndyReidStach
Reply to  steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 8:50 pm

I agree, I’m not a fan of the way the playoffs are set now.

upamtn
Reply to  AndyReidStach
12/06/2022 8:52 pm

yeah, the “one team with a bye” is … I don’t like it much

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 9:16 pm

Nor do I. Rather than adding another element of drama to the regular season, it lowered that and filled the void with controversy. Furthermore, I have started to conclude that it’s actually damaging the product, because it’s affected the decision-making of all the teams.

Take this new fad of doing a Dolphins tank. Is it a coincidence that this got started shortly after the new schedule was implemented? Perhaps, but it’s also produced examples of what the outcomes of those are. By sharpening the point on that pyramid, expectations changed, and now teams that are out of reach for the single bye, there’s nothing left to drive hard for, when the old way generated more competition to get the 2nd bye. Huge difference, even bigger than Fox’s ex.

upamtn
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
12/06/2022 9:36 pm

Huge difference, even bigger than Fox’s ex

you do have a way with words

to be honest, I’d just as soon see 8 teams in … 4 Division Winners + 4 Next Best Record in Conference and forget the 1st Round Bye

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 9:56 pm

you do have a way with words

Hmm…could that have something to do with how I wound up editing this place? More seriously, thank you, I try to be expressive and visual in my turns of phrase. OK, that sounds pompous, but I can’t think of a better pair of words right now.

pompano
Reply to  AndyReidStach
12/06/2022 9:08 pm

they had a perfect symmetry to the season/post season,
had to monkey with it
enefel

upamtn
Reply to  steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 8:51 pm

gotta figure the Bills will lose at LEAST one more … they have a tough sched rest of the way

and as they play both Cin and Mia, at least two of those three teams WILL have at LEAST one more loss anyway

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 9:04 pm

Kinda funny how the homestretch was supposed to be a gauntlet we had to run. Also kinda ironic that homers like us actually predicted this outcome/record better than all the big-name analysts out there, and we all remember that noise.

Even I thought the predictions were a bit inflated at the time, but I can’t argue these results. There has to be a web of reasons why, but I think that the difference might come down to the analysts believing in their numbers, while we believe in our people, the men on the team along with the folks on the coaching side. As Andy once said, ‘in the end, this is a people business’, and numbers can’t process things like that, only people can. It takes more than stats to understand things involving people.

upamtn
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
12/06/2022 9:17 pm

well said …

while I didn’t think KC would “not win the AFC West” sure didn’t imagine it would have been “this easy” … the Loyal Opposition imploded early and often this year

as for “the others” (Bills, Bengals, Fins etc) the cream rises to the top

river
river
Reply to  zulu trader
12/06/2022 9:35 pm

Browns have defense

alsi
alsi
Reply to  zulu trader
12/06/2022 9:56 pm

Browns sacked Burrow 5 times, caused Burrow to lose 1 fumble, plus 1 INT, and held Bengals to 36 yard rushing (including both Mixon and Perine playing). Maybe there’s more to it than the DL, but that just seems like a dominant performance by a DL to allow only 36 rushing yards in a game and to come up with 5 sacks and get the turnovers. I’m gonna just say the Browns defense is probably where to look for why they’ve been beating Burrow.

Isn’t it still true? Offense wins games. Defense wins championships. Seems like a winning formula to me…especially when you can get both.

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  alsi
12/06/2022 10:07 pm

I saw on the Twitter sidebar a tweet from a sports talker speculating that when facing that trio of WRs, Spags was caught in a dilemma, whether to protect his very young DB corps, or bring pressure. He balanced the two as best he could, and so did neither very well. If he committed either way, they’d break off big ones, so he played a bad hand to start with. To that I’ll add that when you blitz, Burrow can murder you with his mobility.

The good news is that this really depended on the fact that they’d never faced them as a trio before. Now, they have, and they and Spags will have film to study and things they can work on. This ain’t over, if we see them postseason.

zulu trader
zulu trader
12/06/2022 8:28 pm

upamtn
Reply to  zulu trader
12/06/2022 8:31 pm

not bad for a relatively inexpensive FA in his first season with the team … meant as a reply to the MVS thing (9 catches of 20+ yds)

Last edited 2 months ago by upamtn
zulu trader
zulu trader
12/06/2022 8:27 pm

upamtn
Reply to  zulu trader
12/06/2022 8:42 pm

https://www.nfl.com/stats/player-stats/category/receiving/2022/REG/all/receiving20plusyardseach/DESC

this says MVS has 11 … Kelce has 15 … lotta peeps on that list, MVS is lower than sixth

NovaChiefs
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 8:55 pm

20+ yards FROM THE LOS , not 20+ yard catches. So when he got the ball, he was 20 yards away

upamtn
Reply to  NovaChiefs
12/06/2022 9:03 pm

oh, ok …

BleedingRedAndGold
12/06/2022 7:58 pm
BleedingRedAndGold
12/06/2022 7:42 pm

Just got back from the liquor store, and I found myself getting my mind into its winter reference points WRT weather. Specifically, on the way back, I was thinking to myself that with no wind, 5F isn’t all that bad. In fact, on the way back with my beer, I had to unzip my coat some – twice. Why? I felt myself starting to sweat, and in the cold, wind and wetness are your enemies.

Cold and wind are constants, you have to dress with them in mind, but you have to pay extra attention to the wind. Staying dry, however, is something you can control yourself, but you have to pay attention to your body’s cues. It matters a lot, too.

upamtn
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
12/06/2022 7:48 pm

5F isn’t all that bad? right then! (yeah, wind DOES make a difference)

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 7:56 pm

I loved San Francisco

just should have taken a coat on that trip, even did light rail to Oakland from silicon valley

cannot remember if I road the trolley cars in SF, but Chinatown was very interesting

NovaChiefs
Reply to  steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 8:57 pm

SF is unbearable below 48°

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  NovaChiefs
12/06/2022 9:00 pm

depends on where you come from

NovaChiefs
Reply to  steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 9:07 pm

Maybe if you’re from Maine, it’s not bad. It is so damp there

KCChef
KCChef
Reply to  steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 9:12 pm

The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco.” – Mark Twain

NovaChiefs
Reply to  KCChef
12/06/2022 9:14 pm

I have spent summers in SF. He wasn’t wrong

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
12/06/2022 7:52 pm

Well I agree

wind is the difference between cold and bitter cold

river
river
12/06/2022 7:35 pm

Walker or Warnock looking like Warnock now, we’ll see

pompano
Reply to  river
12/06/2022 7:50 pm

it’ll come down to the wire

probablyamistake
probablyamistake
Reply to  pompano
12/06/2022 8:19 pm

Which is disturbing

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  probablyamistake
12/06/2022 8:21 pm

why?

in a mma match, how hard is it to get the submission?

upamtn
Reply to  steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 8:27 pm

should know late late tonight or early tomorrow … right now about 8/10 of 1% difference – Warnock ahead – 77% total votes in (still too close and too early to call it)

upamtn
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 8:28 pm

Georgia recounts: They aren’t mandatory, though the trailing candidate can request one if the margin is within 0.5 percentage points.

pompano
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 8:31 pm

this one was triggered by state law when neither candidate gets +50%.
now a recount needs to be paid for by the requester, I believe

NovaChiefs
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 9:00 pm

As usual, the heavily D counties (ie: the ones with people) will be slower reporting. Look at Fulton and around Savannah. If there’s 20%+ left on those, it’s over

NovaChiefs
Reply to  NovaChiefs
12/06/2022 9:18 pm

Dekalb is at 65%
Fulton is at 70% and is going Warnock 4 to 1
If I was Walker, I’d be polishing that concession speech

pompano
Reply to  NovaChiefs
12/06/2022 9:21 pm

ha
it was those vampires that done it…

Last edited 2 months ago by pompano
upamtn
Reply to  NovaChiefs
12/06/2022 9:25 pm

now 26k lead for Warnock with 94% in

NovaChiefs
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 9:25 pm

Done. Called. Walker out

upamtn
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 9:25 pm

annnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnd called for Warnock (by CNN anyway)

upamtn
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 9:26 pm

and called by Polito

NovaChiefs
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 9:27 pm

NBC, too.

I’m SURE “The Blaze” is holding out

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  probablyamistake
12/06/2022 8:27 pm

I was thinking today how awesome I think it is to go from born in 1962 to today

the greatest age of enlightenment?

no space stations for all or hover cars, but the Internet, Cell Phones, almost anything we want we can get now 🙂 Wars have affected many but not all like WWII

upamtn
Reply to  steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 8:32 pm

I want my Jetson’s Hover Car!

NovaChiefs
Reply to  steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 9:04 pm

Sorry. My mom (1928-present) has lived through the biggest changes in history. All the above plus, refrigeration, cars, tv, radio, a pretty big war, 50 states… I can’t think of another 94 year period that saw that kind of change

KCChef
KCChef
Reply to  NovaChiefs
12/06/2022 9:16 pm

My Dad was born in 1906 … Three Years Before , The Wright Brothers Flew @ Kittyhawk … He watched a Man walk on the Moon … ; )

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  KCChef
12/06/2022 9:20 pm

Tell me, what did Saber tooth cats sound like?

NovaChiefs
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
12/06/2022 9:22 pm

Just like foxes

pompano
Reply to  NovaChiefs
12/06/2022 9:25 pm

*not scarey at all

NovaChiefs
Reply to  pompano
12/06/2022 9:34 pm

The kids will love it!

upamtn
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
12/06/2022 9:24 pm

well, IIRC they kinda sounded like …

NovaChiefs
Reply to  KCChef
12/06/2022 9:22 pm

Yep. These people went from horses dragging carts around to men on the moon, computers in your hand. instantly talkin with people around the world in moments instead of months

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  KCChef
12/06/2022 9:25 pm

Also, my grandparents were all born in that era, just before the Technological Revolution. They saw a lot of changes, and their stories told me a lot about history.

On the flip side, my Eldest has probably gone through more changes than them, and he’s still under 30. I have probably seen nearly as much, and I’m under 60 – though with my thing for science, I kept up with the cutting edge, so I was extra immersed.

NovaChiefs
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
12/06/2022 9:34 pm

I’d venture, without hard examples atm, that your 30 year old son is experiencing the fastest rate of change in history (and will be surpassed by someones 15 year old), but not the greatest change. The leaps in the last 80-90 years are life changing. In the last 30, they have been more incremental changes. And, of course, a 90 year old has also seen the last 30, so there’s that overlap.

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  NovaChiefs
12/06/2022 9:50 pm

Fair enough, but for one thing: If their 90 years of developments were compressed down to the same time span, that would look just as incremental. And those changes themselves proceeded incrementally, so they could adapt at their leisure – and not all of them embraced much newer technology than TVs.

Our young folks have gone from the Internet being a hobby-type luxury to an almost-absolute necessity in 3 decades. Same with cell phones, and they remember when landlines were still the main phones, whereas now, it’s almost exclusively cell phones. All with little time to adjust to changes that are less incremental because they’re constant. Instead of having 50 years to adapt to the telephone, they had to transition to cells in under 20, and smartphones, less than that. Sorry, history-geek rant over.

pompano
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
12/06/2022 9:56 pm

*don’t call long distance before 7PM!

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  pompano
12/06/2022 9:57 pm

He remembers calling collect.

pompano
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
12/06/2022 10:00 pm

party lines

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  pompano
12/06/2022 10:18 pm

He’s not old enough, but I do. Non-remote TV to remote, then flat screens growing and improving, the near-death of actual broadcast stuff using antennas, and now on to cable cutting.

That’s more of a change than going from a Model T to an early-80s luxury model. Heck, you could toss in the era from then until data-driven driving experience started becoming a real thing, and still not close the gap. Not if you accept that the same amount of change is affected by the amount of time it takes. Frog, pot, fire. If the water got hot quick, it’d be out of there, alive. Only, our kids are in that pot, and can’t escape.

pompano
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
12/06/2022 10:23 pm

cat on a hot tin roof

NovaChiefs
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
12/06/2022 10:49 pm

What is this, Monty Python? “If we increase the size of the penguin until it is the same height as the man and then compare the relative brain size, we now find that the penguin’s brain is still smaller. But, and this is the point, it is larger than it was!”

What kind of argument is that? If you change the timeline? The timeline is the whole point. From where the world was in 1928 to today is a MUCH bigger change than where the world was 30 years ago to today.
Everybody alive and over 31 has gone through the last 3 decades, and experienced the same things. It will absolutely matter differently to the lives of those 30 than to those 84, but everyone went through it. Younger people, like kids learning language, simply absorbed it as it happened. They didn’t “adjust”. They just kept going with the latest and greatest.
In fact, it might be/probably is harder for those older, as they had to adapt to the change on the fly rather than just be handed it as if it’s always been like this. How many jobs were lost, careers derailed, because of the change in the last 30 years? Now, how many 30 year olds had to adjust to all that change? Where? In the classrooms? They watched TVs rather than grainy movies in class?
The very first PC was sold in 1971. So, if you are 50 years old or younger, you have never lived a day when someone didn’t have a personal computer.
The first cell phone was 1973. So 47 year olds have never lived without cell phones.
If you’ve never lived without it, there isn’t any adjusting to do.

pompano
Reply to  probablyamistake
12/06/2022 8:28 pm

R might have run away with it with a legit candidate.
Then again w/o the maga vote Hersch goes down by 20+

pompano
Reply to  probablyamistake
12/06/2022 8:57 pm

the libertarian votes from last time are being split between them

KCChef
KCChef
Reply to  pompano
12/06/2022 9:17 pm

2-1 Republican as I saw it … : (

pompano
Reply to  KCChef
12/06/2022 9:20 pm

more or less, they want a split senate it seems

upamtn
Reply to  pompano
12/06/2022 9:19 pm

soooooooo close right now 50.2 – 49.8 w/93% in

upamtn
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 9:20 pm

diff of 14k with 3.2M votes in

upamtn
12/06/2022 7:33 pm

Thursday Night Football … Raiders @ Rams (oh boy!) … which team makes the fewest mistakes? (neither???)

and Rams picked up The Baker Mayfield show just in time

upamtn
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 7:35 pm

and Sunday … HOU @ DAL … that could be brutal

upamtn
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 7:39 pm

Titans fire general manager Jon Robinson, who traded AJ Brown to the Eagles, after losing to AJ Brown and the Eagles

and FWIW: Brown caught 8 Passes for 119 YDs & 2 TDs and now has almost more receiving yards and touchdowns by himself this season than the entire Titans receiver room

Last edited 2 months ago by upamtn
steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 7:53 pm

so is Vrabel in total charge?

upamtn
Reply to  steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 8:04 pm

I guess … I know he was VERY unhappy that Robinson traded Brown back in the Spring

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 8:06 pm

Maybe Vrabel would be an excellent GM

upamtn
Reply to  steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 8:07 pm

he seems to be a pretty good HC

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 8:08 pm

I am devious make him GM and hire a bad HC

river
river
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 7:38 pm

You know Mayfield has been through a lot of adversity with the coaching situations in Cleveland and the OBJ throw under the bus. I hope he does good in LA

upamtn
Reply to  river
12/06/2022 7:40 pm

yeah, the guy deserves better than all that

hoosierchief
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 7:51 pm

At least in LA he may be able to do some commercials.

upamtn
Reply to  hoosierchief
12/06/2022 8:04 pm

touche

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 7:16 pm

Rip Christine McVie

upamtn
Reply to  steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 7:19 pm

3rd & Long should do “You Make Football Fun” someday

pompano
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 7:28 pm

do you beliieevvee in the ways of majic, and we no longer wonder why…

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  pompano
12/06/2022 7:30 pm

Elephants and Mac

like a circle

upamtn
Reply to  steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 7:34 pm

you win

ForeverRanger91
12/06/2022 6:41 pm

Can’t wait for my ebay package to come in the mail later this week. Been on a vintage Chiefs jersey kick the last couple of years and finally found a certain non-Kelce 87’s jersey that wasn’t through the roof expensive.

upamtn
Reply to  ForeverRanger91
12/06/2022 6:42 pm

wtg!

Steve Maneri?

Last edited 2 months ago by upamtn
upamtn
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 6:46 pm

Fast Eddie???

ForeverRanger91
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 6:47 pm

Yep

upamtn
Reply to  ForeverRanger91
12/06/2022 6:47 pm

sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeetness!

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 6:48 pm

Kennison?

upamtn
Reply to  steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 6:49 pm

dat be Da One

upamtn
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 6:49 pm

my next guess was gonna be Aaron Brown

NovaChiefs
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 7:15 pm

My first guess

ForeverRanger91
Reply to  steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 6:49 pm

The one and only.

ForeverRanger91
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 6:49 pm

I have a few more jersey’s to knock off my list. I don’t own a DT, JC, or a Tony G jersey.

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  ForeverRanger91
12/06/2022 6:50 pm

I have two 🙁

ForeverRanger91
Reply to  steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 6:53 pm

When it comes to jerseys I am looking for ones during the era they played.

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  ForeverRanger91
12/06/2022 6:55 pm

I know
I have a memory like an elephant

upamtn
Reply to  steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 6:58 pm

and just what, exactly, does an elephant need to remember?

river
river
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 6:59 pm

What he left in the trunk ???

upamtn
Reply to  river
12/06/2022 7:01 pm

where he parked the car?

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 6:59 pm

Sadness

upamtn
Reply to  steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 7:02 pm

you … don’t you go there

pompano
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 7:00 pm

reliable watering holes, to start

upamtn
Reply to  steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 6:57 pm

I have a “Not A Real Jersey” but close enough for gummint work “t-shirt” DT #58 from way way way WAYYYYYYYYY back when

would do bets on the games with another teacher in Denver for coupla yrs … if KC won he’d put Chiefs shirt on his wall for a month, if Broncos won I put whatever shiny glossy butt-ugly blue n orange whoever on mine for a month (truly degraded my classroom, but hey: whatcha gonna do, and the kids thought it was all hilarious)

NovaChiefs
Reply to  ForeverRanger91
12/06/2022 7:16 pm

TG.
What size do you wear?

zulu trader
zulu trader
12/06/2022 6:08 pm
zulu trader
zulu trader
12/06/2022 6:07 pm
river
river
12/06/2022 6:07 pm

24 hour rule, forget about Cincinnati

river
river
Reply to  river
12/06/2022 6:08 pm

Denver is a get right game

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  river
12/06/2022 6:09 pm

Let’s Ride!!!!

upamtn
Reply to  steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 6:16 pm

just don’t count your milk til you’ve spilled it under the bridge in one basket

upamtn
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 6:17 pm

IOW … as a wise man once said: if the Chiefs don’t beat themselves

river
river
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 6:38 pm

Never heard that one but cheers

river
river
Reply to  steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 6:36 pm

40 to zip would be a good break out game

upamtn
Reply to  river
12/06/2022 6:38 pm
river
river
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 7:00 pm

Let’s do it !!

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  river
12/06/2022 6:39 pm

no chiefs turnovers would get us there!!!!!!!!!!!!

MasterChief
MasterChief
Reply to  river
12/06/2022 7:00 pm

Who?

Plus Name and Plus Name
Plus Name and Plus Name
12/06/2022 6:02 pm

Justin Reid is becoming a distraction. I want our guys focused on winning a championship, not on twitter trash talk.

Nasrani
Reply to  Plus Name and Plus Name
12/06/2022 6:03 pm

twitter trash talk

Isn’t that all Twitter is?

pompano
Reply to  Nasrani
12/06/2022 6:05 pm

and funny pet vids.

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  pompano
12/06/2022 6:07 pm

I will wait for Youtube

upamtn
Reply to  steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 6:09 pm

pretty sure Reid told him to “knock it off” vis-a-vis comments (something to the effect of “we don’t do that”)

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 6:13 pm

Reid is a newbie, but Honey Badger never stopped ?

upamtn
Reply to  steve_chiefs
12/06/2022 6:18 pm

and HB is now gone (shrug) he is, but still …

MasterChief
MasterChief
Reply to  Plus Name and Plus Name
12/06/2022 6:03 pm

Yeah, save the yappin’ for gameday.

upamtn
Reply to  MasterChief
12/06/2022 6:11 pm

save the yappin’ for gameday

save it for after you win the Super Bowl

Leaf
Reply to  Plus Name and Plus Name
12/06/2022 7:20 pm

Trash talking on Twitter had no baring whether or not someone is focused on winning. Am I a fan of it, no, but it’s harmless.

upamtn
Reply to  Leaf
12/06/2022 7:24 pm

then there was the short-lived “Lingerie League” … that definitely had “some baring”

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steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  upamtn
12/06/2022 7:27 pm

Elon Musk should have bought that

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