Remembers back when my entire footwear collection consisted of three items:
1. Butters(basic Tims); for basically everything including but not limited to walking, running, hoops, stomping, fighting pits, etc. .
2. Black suede Tims; mostly just for nighttime/ extracurricular activities.
3. Cinnamon suede Tims; for places requiring a strict dress code, ie church, clubs, funerals, fancy restaurants, etc. .
Nowadays kids want to stomp you out in a pair of Pradas.
Can it be that it was all so simple then?
>> # rocstar Says:
January 14th, 2011 at 12:13 pm e
freeonsmash has no business sense at all. whats the point of all this rapidposting? half the time nobody even knows u posted half the shit cuz it gets posed to the bottom. why not wake up a lil bit earlier and get on ur job. why the f is eskay even payin this dude? hes doin more damage to the site than good. gtfoh
^how fucking mad are you though bro?
I live on the west coast and i’m posting earlier than 85% of these East Coast ninjas so don’t ever question my fucking work ethic you comment boy piece of shit.
As unbeatable as the Patriots have looked the last two months, they are beatable on Sunday. The Jets have made themselves the most annoying team around, and try way too hard sometimes, starting with the coach. But we are way past the point where anybody should underestimate them, even against Brady and Belichick, even after 45-3 in December.
Ryan wants his team to have the same belief in its destiny and ability to shock the world Sunday that he does. And he wants that belief to start right here, with the idea that his guys have played more big games lately than the other guys. And you know what? Maybe it isn’t such a terrible place to start.
Belichick and Brady sure have won three Super Bowls, just none lately.
He happens to be right about that. In the last two seasons, going into the big game in Foxborough on Sunday, these Patriots have played exactly one postseason game, the one they lost at home to the Ravens last season. The Jets have played four and won three of them, all on the road.