easy, my web cam echos if i dont get close and talk slow. even though i am talking like sling blade at least people can sort of make it out. will buy new one.
That a boy. Way to laugh at yourself. The Sling Blade comparison is classic. Try not reading off the little teleprompter it makes everybody sound robotic.
i live in park city Utah, and hate the jazz so if getting iverson which is pretty much going to happen on Monday. will help the knicks and hurt the jazz im all for it.the best thing the jazz have going for them is their taco bar during half time. 5 more wins would give me 5 more pleasant days over the season. a true fan thinks wins not draft position. and just maybe iIverson would stick around to be a part of the lebron era in the garden.
So much Iverson being a good fit for the Knicks. Not even the Knicks felt he would fit as they turned down the chance of signing the four-time NBA scoring champ. Maybe they figured out baseketball can only be played with one ball at a time. That maybe the smartest move the Knicks have made in the last ten years.
A true fan thinks realistically and with their eye on the future. If you know your team stinks it's fine to be OK with losing as long as it is for a better future. I myself would never root for my team to lose, but if they stink and lose I won't cry about it. Knowing that losing can possibly bring better players with higher draft picks. In each professional sport stars are needed and in most cases are the players picked earlier on in their respective drafts.
A true and good fan thinks like a good GM, hope for now, but with an eye always on the future.
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