I really can't stop laughing at Rashan Gary being drafted at #12 by GB. To me, that was just as shocking as the Duke QB being drafted by the Giants at #6. Both picks floored me. For contrast, Chase Winovich was drafted by some team at #77, iirc. [shrugs] Hey, I guess that's why I'm not a scout.
That should read "bona fide".
I knew precisely what you meant, '47. No need to self-correct. You're good.
Absolutely not. In fact, my question with the whole contract that CU gave him is how a grown man named Dabo makes $9.3 million per. How does that happen? A grown man, damn near 50 years of age, allows himself to be called Dabo? Hell, no I don't want him coaching my team.
Yep, I think she's a total nutjob. However, I've spent way more time thinking about this than I should have and have determined that she's is pleasant enough to look at. Been thinking about it since seeing Ctp Marvel over a month ago. Then I went the added step of watching her in some dreadful Netflix trash movie that she made with SL Jackson. All that, just to determine whether or not I thought she was attractive to look at. Can't do anything about crazy. If I put that part aside, I say she is attractive. Maybe not Earth-moving, as movie stars go. Kinda plain, as Frimmel said, but she's the type pf pretty that will probably age very well and she'll still be pretty when she's 60. Of course, she'll probably still be nuts, as well.
Caveman in a suit for Mangold. God, I'd love to pull off that look just once.
That's my WR, man (tears)
A 1st round QB chucking it may have something to do with, as well. Just maybe.
You're correct and I think you said it better than I did. Not a natural ball catcher, is the appropriate term. He was incredible last year tho, so I got nothing but love for him.
Or perhaps NFL guys looked at film prior to 2018 and saw that he couldn't catch, until he suddenly could.
Brilliant comment right there. Well played, sir.
Yeah, not sure where that even came from, or what the point was at all. Anyway, she's an attractive young woman, for sure, but that maybe wasn't her best look.
Yeah, it's kind of a neat thing. Pretty certain his mom wouldn't be able to reveal if he were to remain involved with MCU, or not. He's just a kid still, anyway -17 or 18-, so it may be a stretch right now to take that on. I wouldn't know.
I did think it was nice how the Russo's were sure to bring so many back for some sort of cameo out of respect, and perhaps to ensure that they get a credit for the movie. Even if it was in memory or time travel form, they got a whole bunch of people a moment on screen. I guess Sir Anthony Hopkins was like, yeah, no thanks. Ha!
Thank you, Frimmel. I'll take your word for it, regarding the Odin/Thor scene. Appreciate the assist.
It was indeed, cool as hell when Cap wielded it, and quite funny when Thor told him "you get the little one" during the final battle scene.
Can any of you dorks explain how Cap was able to summon lighting while he had the hammer? That's sticking with me and I don't get it. Pops Thor asked Thor after Sister Thor crushed the hammer if he was the God of Hammers, or the God of Thunder? Thor has the lighting power, not the hammer. So what gives?
Thanks, I'll hang up and listen.