Caveman_Nick

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  1. Ibl league

    I could get on board with this.
  2. Rumor: Julio Jones on the trade block

    I have this picture in my mind of Matt Ryan in a Bears uniform. Don't know why, but If I was the Bears, I would be after the Falcons to trade me Ryan.
  3. Rumor: Julio Jones on the trade block

    Strong QB class, Matt Ryan is 36 this season, seems like the prudent pick at 4 would be a QB, or to let someone between 5-8 trade up to get Pitts and draft the QB a little lower. If they can move Julio and get some additional capital in this draft or next year's it minimizes the pain of that transition.
  4. Lawn Striping (anyone else do it?)

    Looks good, Keg.
  5. Dolphins trade #3 overall pick to 49ers

    Mostly I was just laughing at your post for the fun of it, but that's a nice way to stretch an off hand comment in your favor. That being said... No, I don't predict that this QB class will have Dan Marino, Jim Kelly, and John Elway, plus some other NFL starters. Today's NFL is a different league, so comparing this draft to 1983 is laughable. It's very possible and even likely that 5-6 QBs will go in the top 20, because you can't win games without one anymore. Teams are giving up unbelievable packages to get access to those QBs. It's a different game and a different QB economy. Most teams will sell their soul for a glimpse at a QB.
  6. The Brady/Belichick debate is over

    Let’s not forget that the coach didn’t really get to do his thing, you know, coaching. The NFL played on minimum practice. A talented player can overcome that, but a coach that thrives on that time will suffer by comparison. Neither is winning a lombardi trophy, and Brady couldn’t didn’t his division with a long absence by Brees. The relationship was symbiotic IMO, and neither will have the same level of success again.
  7. OG Check-In

    I think I qualify...
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  9. On-line Dating sites?

    Yes, I see that is your opinion, and I am disagreeing with it unless you are worries about over spending or something. And even then I would recommend meeting for coffee or a drink versus a breakfast meal. I am not saying that it didn't work for you, I am saying that I don't believe this to be universally good way to go about it. Meals are messy, and people are self conscious when they eat in front pf people they are trying to impress. I would avoid sitting right down to a meal as much as I could. Women do not generally like to eat in front of men they don't know and are potentially romantically interested in. There are many more things to do in daylight than eat. That is one part of your recommendation that I agree with. Having a day date allows her to be more comfortable with her safety. More to the point, if you read all that I wrote I suggest not just meeting people casually. Get to know someone before you go out and meet. Sending and reading email only costs time, and a phone conversation or two is inexpensive. The person is either going to exchange a recent picture with you or have it shown that they are not an honest person right up front, and at that point you walk away. If you take the time to get to know the person, you can do something a little bit more fun than sitting, eating and talking, and those things can help to break the "in person" ice. As Dr. House says, everybody lies. An online personna is not going to be 100% accurate. A first date personna is not going to be 100% accurate. Everyone worth meeting is going to try and put their best foot forward in the beginning. Only time is going to sift through that facade. Mr. Cliche would point out that there is more than one way to skin a cat. Your way may work fine for you, I am just trying to present an alternative viewpoint
  10. Greatest American "Genius"

    Herny Ford maybe? Bill Gates maybe? J Edgar Hoover? Jefferson and Franklin need consideration, to be sure.
  11. On-line Dating sites?

    I met my wife through an internet personal. At the time I had tried several sites. I met her through theoneandonly.com, and honestly I can't recall much of the other sites. However you slice it, all of the sites out there are going to have good and bad ads/people. There are scammers everywhere, people are not honest in their dealings, and if you just bear that in mind you will do fine anywhere. Anywhere that isn't a free site. Pay the money for a real site. I dunno about the whole breakfast date thing. I guess if you are pinching your nickles and worried about the tab that's fine, but for me meeting a woman over eggs would not even be on the list. JMO, with online dating you have the chance to write to as many women as you like and see what kind of chemistry you can develop. There doesn't need to be a rush to meet unless you are just another guy trying to dip his pen in as many ink pots as possible. And the women are very defensive about that because of the number of players online. If you really want to meet someone you click with, take your time about it. I wrote to lots of women and had lots of nice correspondence, and maybe only met a third of the women I exchanged emails with. My wife wrote to me, which was a nice way to start as guys get significantly fewer notes than the women do. Be honest about what's important to you and why, and you'll do fine. Take your time to sniff out the ladies from those that do not qualify as a lady and you will do fine.
  12. So, what should I wear to meet dmd?

    chaps. and a hat.
  13. Greatest American Rock Band

    I can't roll with that. Ten is still among the best albums ever, and as a debut it's amazing. They keep releasing great stuff, and are freakin' great live. Great. Vedder is like Roger Clemens and Cobain is more like Koufax. Maybe he burned a little hotter at a time, but excellence over time wins out IMO.
  14. Leading Republican candidate for POTUS?

    Romney '08.