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ihatekingcarl
04-30-2007, 12:38 AM
I am convinced that this guy is retarded. We should have traded one of our fives and Trent Green for Miami's four. Wouldn't that make sense? Then we could have got Doug Free (OT) with Miami's four pick. Instead, we keep an aging Trent Green and get a Kicker.

Here's Carl in his office....:character0011: ...roll up another doobie Lynn (Stiles).

Chiefster
04-30-2007, 01:04 AM
I am convinced that this guy is retarded. We should have traded one of our fives and Trent Green for Miami's four. Wouldn't that make sense? Then we could have got Doug Free (OT) with Miami's four pick. Instead, we keep an aging Trent Green and get a Kicker.

Here's Carl in his office....:character0011: ...roll up another doobie Lynn (Stiles).

You have just insulted developmentally disabled people everywhere.

chief31
04-30-2007, 01:07 AM
What's funny, is that I went to WBC (Wild Bills Chiefs Page) and those guys seem to have a mouthful of Carl and Hermie. They are tearing their guys down, for showing dismay about this draft.

cf2112
04-30-2007, 01:07 AM
Carl maybe "sofa king we todd did" on draft day but he keeps the stand full and have no doubt as long as that happens he ain't going anywhere.

O-line would have been my #1 priority but I'm just an electrician and they didn't call and ask my opinion.

Chiefster
04-30-2007, 01:16 AM
Carl maybe "sofa king we todd did" on draft day but he keeps the stand full and have no doubt as long as that happens he ain't going anywhere.

O-line would have been my #1 priority but I'm just an electrician and they didn't call and ask my opinion.


You raise a good point, however, there is a growing sentiment among some ticket holders that they will no longer fork over the cost of ever increasing ticket prices.

cf2112
04-30-2007, 01:27 AM
You raise a good point, however, there is a growing sentiment among some ticket holders that they will no longer fork over the ever increasing ticket prices.

I hear ya, I bought my first season tickets @ $13 each now there $65+ and I'm right under the press box about 4.5 miles from the field. I like my seats though as you can see the plays develop and would only trade down in my section (323) I've sat on the field level many times and always thought my seats are better than this, could be the scout in me as I love to watch high school and college football from high up and will watch linemen and recievers instead of the ball, missing many scores.

Chiefster
04-30-2007, 01:40 AM
I hear ya, I bought my first season tickets @ $13 each now there $65+ and I'm right under the press box about 4.5 miles from the field. I like my seats though as you can see the plays develop and would only trade down in my section (323) I've sat on the field level many times and always thought my seats are better than this, could be the scout in me as I love to watch high school and college football from high up and will watch linemen and recievers instead of the ball, missing many scores.


And with near future renovation to the stadium just over the horizon look for prices to continue to do nothing more then increase.

Chiefster
04-30-2007, 01:43 AM
What's funny, is that I went to WBC (Wild Bills Chiefs Page) and those guys seem to have a mouthful of Carl and Hermie. They are tearing their guys down, for showing dismay about this draft.


Obviously incorperating a zero tollerance for the Homer challenged. LOL!

kenny1937
04-30-2007, 01:58 AM
I am convinced that this guy is retarded. We should have traded one of our fives and Trent Green for Miami's four. Wouldn't that make sense? Then we could have got Doug Free (OT) with Miami's four pick. Instead, we keep an aging Trent Green and get a Kicker.

Here's Carl in his office....:character0011: ...roll up another doobie Lynn (Stiles).


Yep, that is what you call a "kicker" in the pants!(grin)

:H2: :yoyo: Hee Hee, you missed!!