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kenny1937
12-10-2006, 05:20 PM
Dante Hall caught the ball for a TONCHDOWN, The crowd went wild, the Roar was deafening, NOT!! The stands were empty, the crowd had gone home, and why not, the Offense left long befor the crowd did, So did the Defense. I guess it is going to take empty stands befor Mr. Hunt wakes up to the realization that Carls Super Bowl plans left with Dorothy and the Wizard of OZ.
Mr. Peterson if I was as enept in my job as you have been I wouldn't have stayed at my job long enough to retire. What I am trying to say Sir, is that you havn't fielded a play off team let alone a Superbowl team. I wish Ally Oop's time machine was real, I would go back in time and bring a real Chief team to play. Yes I am unhappy by the way the Chiefs played today, but think about the poor people that laid out cash to watch that pitiful performance, They (the Fans) are the real losers, they paid good money to see that miserable display, they are the ones I feel sorry for, not this sorry team. That being said, We are going to need major help if we make the playoffs now!!

I thought this would be a tough game, but I expected the chiefs to show up at least, not beat the crowd home.

GO CHIEFS :hammer: Somebody PLEASE!!

8-) :lol: :pint:

Chiefster
12-10-2006, 06:03 PM
Yep!

Chiefster
12-10-2006, 06:08 PM
The playoffs simply are not a reality for this team. Their playoff fate was sealed the day they brought Herm on board. The play calling absolutely stunk; only at the end when the game and season was decided did Herm decide to open things up and get a score. Hermy-ball at it's best.

Face it guys the season is over; there's nothing left to do now except go through the motions.

dash_dare
12-10-2006, 06:30 PM
Ahh..Aye...
After the loss...already the world seems less brighter!
Fire: Herm & Carl...or gimme my 1200 bucks back u miserable fools.... :pint:

Chiefster
12-10-2006, 07:05 PM
dash_dare wrote:
Ahh..Aye...
After the loss...already the world seems less brighter!
Fire: Herm & Carl...or gimme my 1200 bucks back u miserable fools.... :pint:

Welcome aboard dash_dare! :-)

..Sounds as if you may have the makings for a remedy there.

kenny1937
12-10-2006, 07:09 PM
Chiefster wrote:


dash_dare wrote:
Ahh..Aye...
After the loss...already the world seems less brighter!
Fire: Herm & Carl...or gimme my 1200 bucks back u miserable fools.... :pint:

Welcome aboard dash_dare! :-)

..Sounds as if you may have the makings for a remedy there.

Ditto, make yourself at home. :lol:

Guru
12-10-2006, 09:40 PM
Unlike all the other tards that left, I stuck it out until the end as I always do.

I hated the walk down though. I have never heard the tunnels so silent going to the parking lot.

kenny1937
12-11-2006, 02:40 AM
Like the hateful lady says on the TV Show "Weakest Link", you took the Walk Of Shame, with 22 votes, you are the weakest Link, Goodbye!! j/k (grin)

GO CHIEFS :hammer: Somebody, Anybody!!



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Guru
12-12-2006, 01:19 AM
kenny1937 wrote:
Like the hateful lady says on the TV Show "Weakest Link", you took the Walk Of Shame, with 22 votes, you are the weakest Link, Goodbye!! j/k (grin)

GO CHIEFS :hammer: Somebody, Anybody!!



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OK now wait a minute!!!!!

I stuck it out until the end and I am the weakest link? Ummmm, no I think the 60,000 other fans fall into that category. And yes, it was around 60,000 that left early.

That includes the thousands of empty seats at the beginning of the game for the pathetic no-show fans.

kenny1937
12-12-2006, 02:21 AM
Yes you are the strongest link, as you so aptly pointed out, it was the bunch that left out of the stadium who were voted off by the 22 votes (12 offense & 12 defense votes) that took the walk of shame, thanks Guru for the correction, as Chiefster says, that is why you are the Guru. Got to call it a night, have a good day my friend, and of course: GO CHIEFS :hammer: San Diego!!

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Chiefster
12-12-2006, 08:46 PM
kenny1937 wrote:
Yes you are the strongest link, as you so aptly pointed out, it was the bunch that left out of the stadium who were voted off by the 22 votes (12 offense & 12 defense votes) that took the walk of shame, thanks Guru for the correction, as Chiefster says, that is why you are the Guru. Got to call it a night, have a good day my friend, and of course: GO CHIEFS :hammer: San Diego!!

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When did 12+12=22? Must be that new math.

kenny1937
12-13-2006, 02:32 AM
Chiefster wrote:


kenny1937 wrote:
Yes you are the strongest link, as you so aptly pointed out, it was the bunch that left out of the stadium who were voted off by the 22 votes (12 offense & 12 defense votes) that took the walk of shame, thanks Guru for the correction, as Chiefster says, that is why you are the Guru. Got to call it a night, have a good day my friend, and of course: GO CHIEFS :hammer: San Diego!!

8-) :lol: :pint:

When did 12+12=22? Must be that new math.

Hee, Hee, I slipped in the Offensive and Defensive CoOrdinators, so 11 + 11 =22 + the invisible ones, making it 12 +12 = 22. You see I was using higher mathematics known as Alzebra that is taught only in the swamps of OkeFenoke by my old pal Pogo Possom. Now I hope it becomes crystal clear how we arrived at that astounding figure using the right formula and all that.

GO CHIEFS :hammer: San Diego!!

Chiefster
12-13-2006, 10:49 AM
That clears it up. :roll:

wolfpack
12-13-2006, 11:50 AM
this is sad but it willbe probably the only way to get clarks attention. but then again the tickets were already bought. fire queen carl!

kenny1937
12-13-2006, 06:32 PM
I still wonder why the organization puts up with this type of management, personally I think that Carl can sell deep freezers to eskimos, he has somebdoy snowed, but , Sigh, i guess we are doomed to this type of football. I guess we can give him a break, and say that he is still learning the ropes, and like always say,"wait til next year, He will field a balanced team and go to the Superbowl", after all it does take some people a little longer to figure things out. (grin) (I can see the replies now) (grin)

GO CHIEFS :hammer: The Chargers!!

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Chiefster
12-13-2006, 08:00 PM
kenny1937 wrote:
I still wonder why the organization puts up with this type of management, personally I think that Carl can sell deep freezers to eskimos, he has somebdoy snowed, but , Sigh, i guess we are doomed to this type of football. I guess we can give him a break, and say that he is still learning the ropes, and like always say,"wait til next year, He will field a balanced team and go to the Superbowl", after all it does take some people a little longer to figure things out. (grin) (I can see the replies now) (grin)

GO CHIEFS :hammer: The Chargers!!

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I believe that, sadly, we are stuck with him until Mr. Hunt departs for that grid iron in the sky. I'm not sure that his kid is as enamored with the guy.

kenny1937
12-14-2006, 02:29 AM
We can only hope Chiefster, we can only hope. Mr Hunt is a great person and I respect him, without him there would be no KC Chiefs, and I believe his son will cary on with integrity, and bring the fans in the midwest a quality team year after year. You have done a great job Mr. Hunt, and I know that you will carry on in your dad's footsteps, we appreciate the team and both of you.

GO CHIEFS :hammer: The Chargers!!

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Guru
12-14-2006, 02:48 AM
kenny1937 wrote:
We can only hope Chiefster, we can only hope. Mr Hunt is a great person and I respect him, without him there would be no KC Chiefs, and I believe his son will cary on with integrity, and bring the fans in the midwest a quality team year after year. You have done a great job Mr. Hunt, and I know that you will carry on in your dad's footsteps, we appreciate the team and both of you.

GO CHIEFS :hammer: The Chargers!!

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The Clark Hunt era has started.

kenny1937
12-14-2006, 03:10 AM
Yes it has, but right now, we can share in his grief for his dad, he will be missed, he was a great owner and football man, but I believe that Clark will do a great job, and we are all grieving with him, and are pulling together for him.

Chiefster
12-15-2006, 01:36 AM
kenny1937 wrote:
Yes it has, but right now, we can share in his grief for his dad, he will be missed, he was a great owner and football man, but I believe that Clark will do a great job, and we are all grieving with him, and are pulling together for him.



Ditto!