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Hahaha

If I get people to rexamine their positions and think about things, it's a win.
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Elmagister wrote:There are two types of people in this world:

Those who see that someone they know as an idiot blowhard agrees with them and take a moment to reexamine their position.

Those who see that someone they know as an idiot blowhard agrees with them and point to that person being right to back up their opinion.



I ran into him in the Green Room at the Hotel DuPont a few weeks ago. I chatted with him a bit.

I thought he was fairly thoughtful and pleasant.
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hawkdogger wrote:
Elmagister wrote:There are two types of people in this world:

Those who see that someone they know as an idiot blowhard agrees with them and take a moment to reexamine their position.

Those who see that someone they know as an idiot blowhard agrees with them and point to that person being right to back up their opinion.



I ran into him in the Green Room at the Hotel DuPont a few weeks ago. I chatted with him a bit.

I thought he was fairly thoughtful and pleasant.

That's nice. I've heard Skip Bayless is nice outside of TV too. But that doesn't change that they both blast the air waves with inflammatory idiocy meant to drive mouth breather traffic. That's part of who they are. They own that. It's made them rich, so I understand it on some level. But it's them.
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You can add Max Kellerman to that list as well. They all give me a migraine from listening to them.
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SnakeStabler wrote:You can add Max Kellerman to that list as well. They all give me a migraine from listening to them.

Just about anyone on an ESPN show. Or Fox. And just about any radio show. I'm sure there are more it there I haven't heard of that are busting their rump to come up with the hot take that gets their name into my sphere.
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Elmagister wrote:
hawkdogger wrote:
Elmagister wrote:There are two types of people in this world:

Those who see that someone they know as an idiot blowhard agrees with them and take a moment to reexamine their position.

Those who see that someone they know as an idiot blowhard agrees with them and point to that person being right to back up their opinion.



I ran into him in the Green Room at the Hotel DuPont a few weeks ago. I chatted with him a bit.

I thought he was fairly thoughtful and pleasant.

That's nice. I've heard Skip Bayless is nice outside of TV too. But that doesn't change that they both blast the air waves with inflammatory idiocy meant to drive mouth breather traffic. That's part of who they are. They own that. It's made them rich, so I understand it on some level. But it's them.

Oh. It’s more than nice.
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I guess. I once literally ran into Matt Hughes at an MMA fight. That's barely even a that's nice. You sitting next to Mark Ingram on a plane is much nicer than running into Stephen A.
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Elmagister wrote:I guess. I once literally ran into Matt Hughes at an MMA fight. That's barely even a that's nice. You sitting next to Mark Ingram on a plane is much nicer than running into Stephen A.


I ran into Rich Franklin before his match against Silva.
Great guy. Friendly. It sucked seeing his nose get smashed.
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hawkdogger wrote:
Elmagister wrote:I guess. I once literally ran into Matt Hughes at an MMA fight. That's barely even a that's nice. You sitting next to Mark Ingram on a plane is much nicer than running into Stephen A.


I ran into Rich Franklin before his match against Silva.
Great guy. Friendly. It sucked seeing his nose get smashed.

He's supposed to be the nicest guy in MMA. Silva pretty much ended his career by beating the shoot out of him twice. Silva humiliated a lot of guys though.
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Elmagister wrote:
hawkdogger wrote:
Elmagister wrote:I guess. I once literally ran into Matt Hughes at an MMA fight. That's barely even a that's nice. You sitting next to Mark Ingram on a plane is much nicer than running into Stephen A.


I ran into Rich Franklin before his match against Silva.
Great guy. Friendly. It sucked seeing his nose get smashed.

He's supposed to be the nicest guy in MMA. Silva pretty much ended his career by beating the shoot out of him twice. Silva humiliated a lot of guys though.



We were talking about his upcoming match with Silva, a relative unknown at that time. I told him to stay out of the muy thai clinch.
Easier said than done.
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Yeah it was. Silva was a monster.
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Would Silva playing QB be an upgrade over Finley in Cincy?
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endzoneview wrote:Would Silva playing QB be an upgrade over Finley in Cincy?

Prime Silva? Oh yes.
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Not to beat a dead horse... but an interesting perspective of CK's workout

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jyAWDFOPJX0