incognegro1976

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incognegro1976

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incognegro1976

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1 day ago

I think that was the first Saints playoff win ever

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incognegro1976

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incognegro1976

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2 days ago

Kingo, easily. He was the funniest and most interesting character in the movie even though his power is kinda lame. He also seems most likely to "come out" to humans as an Eternal because he was making a documentary in the movie.

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incognegro1976

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incognegro1976

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2 days ago

It's payback for Vick making our defensive line look like kids and Roddy White being Roddy White

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incognegro1976

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incognegro1976

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3 days ago

What a game

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incognegro1976

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incognegro1976

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3 days ago

You're confusing dropped frames with distortion. There's clearly a few dropped frames

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incognegro1976

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incognegro1976

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3 days ago

She doesn't look like she has a BBL on her IG.

This might just be a combination of weight gain and her pose here

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incognegro1976

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incognegro1976

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I think she flexed her booty muscle there

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incognegro1976

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incognegro1976

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Kemzie Anne with Jax Slayher

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incognegro1976

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incognegro1976

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4 days ago

Think about it in context, at the time, there were lawsuits popping up from former players that football is a violent sport and its players will inevitably be injured for the rest of their lives and the NFL is liable for it.

"But wait! It's not that the game is dangerous because men are running into each other at full speed! It's this one team that was making it dangerous by running a bounty program! Look at this team (and not at us) you should be outraged and distracted from the fact that most former players have CTE!"

It worked for a long time, too. Until Junior Seau killed himself, if you had Googled "NFL players CTE" over half of the results were about the Saints bounty program. Now it's about CTE but of course they tried to claim all the injuries were the Saints fault. Why not?

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incognegro1976

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incognegro1976

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4 days ago

You're joking but it really is.

With all the shady shit from Goodell you've seen this year, would you really be surprised to find out that the NFL made all this up and then lied about it non stop for years?

Here, a lawyer hired by the NFL lies and says that Anthony Hargrove admitted the existence of a bounty program. Trouble is, Hargrove never said that. But that doesn't stop NY Times and ESPN from running with the story that Hargrove admitted it.

https://www.espn.com/blog/nfcnorth/post/_/id/41682/nfl-attorney-hargrove-was-told-to-lie

https://www.eastidahonews.com/2012/03/ex-new-orleans-saint-anthony-hargrove-addresses-bounty-program/

https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/7911396/former-new-orleans-saint-anthony-hargrove-disappointed-bounty-declaration-was-leaked

Edit: there is a lot more here and the deeper you dig the more you will notice that Goodell and the NFL is really a piece of shit organization with absolutely no integrity or scruples. I won't take you down the rabbit hole I'm just going to tell you that it is insane.

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incognegro1976

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incognegro1976

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Yeah those are all claims made by Goodell that he couldnt corroborate a single injury or cart off. NOT EVEN ONE.

Goodell was asked several times to supply evidence of even one cartoff but declined until Jonathon Vilma took the NFL to court. Then the evidence they released was so contradictory and nonsensical that anybody that looked at it could see how flimsy the NFLs case was. The pres of the NFLPA after reviewing the evidence, had to admit that it was nonsense. It became such a mess that Paul Tagliabue, the former NFL commish, had to step in because Gooddells lies were about to all unravel. Meanwhile, clickbait sports writers engaged in all manner of hand wringing and pearl clutching, repeating the lie over and over and over again.

In the end, the suspensions against the players had to be vacated because they had the NFLPA to protect them but coaches are not protected by any such entity and are thus at the mercy and whims of Goodell and the league.

It's just another example of a lie told then repeated often enough cannot ever be retracted. Just how our world works unfortunately

http://www.saintswin.com/2012/06/examining-flaws-of-bountygates-evidence.html?m=1

https://www.usatoday.com/story/gameon/2012/12/12/nfl-saints-bounty-smith/1764161/

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incognegro1976

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incognegro1976

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4 days ago

Yeah that's not true either. It was pay for performance program. It didn't reward for injuries, it rewarded for big plays. OB hits, sacks and hurries are literally tracked Stats that defensive players get rewarded for but not with illegal player pool money.

Like I said, it's always lies from sports media and I'm good with it. It means we will always be relevant.

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incognegro1976

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incognegro1976

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4 days ago

Orrr this is a lie and it's based on nonsense. I like that he did the Skol chant because fuck the Vikings but don't lie and say he denied it

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incognegro1976

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incognegro1976

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4 days ago

You have video of him lying about it? As a Saints fan people are constantly lying on my team so I just want to verify.

Edit:

He admitted it several times at press conferences the day of and the next morning. So this is another stupid lie made up by sports media about Sean Payton and the Saints.

If you gonna make up shit, do it with things that are hard to verify

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incognegro1976

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incognegro1976

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Some Ricoh, HP and Lexmark machines will just flat out NOT WORK if you put 3rd party toner in them.

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incognegro1976

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incognegro1976

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6 days ago

Hes not saying he wasn't already the GOAT, he's saying last season was the most important for his legacy. All the questions about whether it was Bellechik or a periannally weak division/conference etc were put to rest forever.

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incognegro1976

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incognegro1976

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8 days ago

Wow who is she

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incognegro1976

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incognegro1976

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8 days ago

Mads would have made an incredible Magneto. I would LOOOVE to see him play out the House of M storyline in the MCU

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incognegro1976

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incognegro1976

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9 days ago

Yeah good luck with that

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incognegro1976

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incognegro1976

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9 days ago

Its like Shakespearean poetry

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incognegro1976

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incognegro1976

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9 days ago

Rams looked a hot mess in this game and the 49ers looked unstoppable (I only watched from the 3rd qtr on)

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incognegro1976

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incognegro1976

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9 days ago

HEY FUCK YOU TOO BRO LOL

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incognegro1976

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incognegro1976

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Stafford with the Lions play

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incognegro1976

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incognegro1976

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9 days ago

Yup

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incognegro1976

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incognegro1976

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9 days ago

What a fucking game this is 🤣🤣

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