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Jim Uran

Zamboni, this one's for you!!!

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STOP STOP STOP drinkin the purple Kool Aid, people!! Especially the stuff this guys handing out

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We beat the Cowboys, then get me a glass!!

LOL!!! someone get this guy a big glass of kool aid and a crow to chew on... grin

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Hey I said the Cowboys have been the hottest team in the NFL over the past month, I was right.

I said the Cowboys were the one team in the playoffs I didn't want to see the Vikes face, I was wrong, I admit it.

There isn't one person on here that could have predicted the Cowboys completely wouldn't show up yesterday, I don't think anyone seen that coming, but I am glad it happened.

I have been saying for weeks now the Saints are beatable, and you can put me down for saying it again- they are going to get beat by the Vikings next sunday.

But don't drink that guys KoolAid, please, you might not realize who that is, but look up Jim Jones or Jonestown on wikipedia and you will see what I was saying.

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They never had Kool-aid in Jonestown. It was Flavor-aid. wink

That guy never had Kool-aid! When growing up IMO there was a huge difference grin between the two

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There isn't one person on here that could have predicted the Cowboys completely wouldn't show up yesterday, I don't think anyone seen that coming, but I am glad it happened.
Actually I did see it coming. smile

Eat your crow nicely now Zamboni. smile

I will happily drink my purple kool-aid for a while longer yet. laugh

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Rick I highly doubt anyone seen the blowout coming, sorry, but true and that is what I meant. A Vikings win? Sure, but 30+ points, no way jose'

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Yeah Z you're right,

I thought it would be 27-3. grin

That last TD really got me smile

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I knew we'd blow them out, I'll give credit to paceman, I think he predicted a 34-7 victory... Wow he was close. The Cowboys crumbled, you predicted the Vikes to lose and now you must get ribbed a bit.. grin

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Are you sure I said they would lose? I think I said the Cowboys are one team we didn't want to have to face, beings they had been so hot. I might have, but I don't expressly remember saying that.

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