Who is more hard-headed...Trumpet Man or Marty?

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Who is more hard-headed...Trumpet Man or Marty?


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Thunderstruck

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Trumpy, because he knows he's wrong but keeps arguing anyway. :icon_rofl: :icon_tease:

Marty, on the other hand, actually thinks Martyball works...
 

Kwak

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Marty because he keeps doing the same thing and getting the same results. Losses in close games to equally strong teams.

You can use Jedi mind tricks on Trumpy when he is drunk enough. :lol:
 

Critter

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Thunderstruck said:
Trumpy, because he knows he's wrong but keeps arguing anyway. :icon_rofl: :icon_tease:

Marty, on the other hand, actually thinks Martyball works...
You nailed it.

And just for good measure here is yet another article.

http://www.examiner.com/a-323805~Matt_Palmer__Schottenheimer_needs_to_move_on_____for_the_last_time.html

Matt Palmer: Schottenheimer needs to move on ... for the last time

BALTIMORE - The San Diego Chargers lack a killer instinct. That’s the only way to explain Sunday’s 16-13 loss to the Ravens, when the Chargers piddled away a three-quarter lead in less than 10 minutes.


After basically doing what they pleased for the first half, the Chargers called off the dogs, reducing their pass attempts and folding offensive camp virtually altogether by the middle of the third quarter. On top of that, they had mental meltdowns that speak of a team not prepared to finish off a good team like the Ravens.

It goes back to one man: Marty Schottenheimer. He is one of the best teachers of the game in the NFL. Since the 1980s, he has repeatedly fielded teams in Cleveland, Kansas City, Washington and San Diego that went from average to very respectable in short time.

Still, as has been said time and time again, Schottenheimer is not a big-game coach. His teams seem to fold whenever a big prize is on the line. As talented as the Chargers are, you can see how this movie is going to end. Consider last season a preview that spoils all the fun.

The Chargers could be the next great team in the NFL, but they won’t be under Schottenheimer’s watch. San Diego needs a get-over-the-hump coach much in the same way Tampa Bay did earlier this decade.

For years, we had to hear the Buccaneers’ players jabber incessantly about how talented they were as individuals. It was not until Jon Gruden replaced Tony Dungy that they won the Super Bowl.

Speaking of, Dungy is fast becoming the Schottenheimer of this generation of coaches. But he still has time to win with the Colts.

Schottenheimer has had his chance and now it’s time for someone else to come and make the Chargers something special, before it’s too late.


The Palmer Team power rankings

1. Chicago: Boy, was I wrong in the preseason. The Bears are legitimate. The defense is on pace to be perhaps the best ever, and quarterback Rex Grossman looks like he’s becoming a very good field general.

2. Indianapolis: The Colts don’t look as dominant as they did last season, but quarterback Peyton Manning calmly guides his team to wins every time out.

3. Baltimore: The Ravens certainly do not win pretty, but the defense, led by linebacker Bart Scott, keeps them in games.

4. Cincinnati: One loss is not the end of the world.

5. New England: Shaky as they might be, they find ways to win.

6. Atlanta: A solid defense makes this run-based team dangerous.

7. San Diego: Talented squad that needs a killer instinct.

8. Dallas: Not a long-term contender, but playing very well despite distractions.

9. New Orleans: The feel-good story of the year suffered one loss. No big deal.

10. Seattle: No Shaun Alexander, no title run.
 

Electric Chair

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Trumpet Man for sure.

The definition of crazy is someone that does the same thing over and over and yet expects a different result. That's Marty. He's just crazy.

Trumpy is just talking out of his ass to entertain himself. At least I hope that's what he's doing, because if he actually believes the garbage he's posting... Yikes.
 

Shamrock

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I voted for Marty.

I know there is a chance that Trumpy can be converted. I have his phone number, and can constantly bug his brain with overt and subliminal thoughts. Others can work him over at the tailgater, and when we all get together in SF, we can tag team his ass into submission.

Marty will never change.
 

Shamrock

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exodus said:
:eek:hmy:

I'm not sure if this sounds the way you meant...

It's exactly what I meant.

Trumpy only understands when faced with graphical terms that would scare the bun off a Pentacostal virgin. To get the peanut floating in Herr Hornblower's brain to connect the dots must entail pure violent rage, directed primarily at an orifice that scares him.

If that doesn't work, then we get chicks to show him their boobs to confuse and convince him.
 
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exodus

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Shamrock said:
It's exactly what I meant.

Trumpy only understands when faced with graphical terms that would scare the bun off a Pentacostal virgin. To get the peanut floating in Herr Hornblower's brain to connect the dots must entail pure violent rage, directed primarily at an orifice that scares him.

If that doesn't work, then we get chicks to show him their boobs to confuse and convince him.
well, I heart Trumpie too, just not in a gay, butt sex way. But I will trust your judgement.:icon_wink: :tup:
 

Trumpet_Man

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Many doubted the "A.J. Smith is God" campaign.

Many doubted the Rivers is the "Chosen One" campaign.

Many doubted the "Marty is due" campaign.

:bolt: Remember where you fuggin' heathens heard it from FIRST. :bolt:
 

Kwak

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Trumpet_Man said:
Many doubted the "A.J. Smith is God" campaign.

Many doubted the Rivers is the "Chosen One" campaign.

Many doubted the "Marty is due" campaign.

:bolt: Remember where you fuggin' heathens heard it from FIRST. :bolt:
2 out of 3 we are on the same page.

Old Raisin Nuts won't let the Chosen One impose his will on the D.

Old Raisin Nuts would have been fired by God, but Mrs. God gave him a contract extension.
 
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Boltdiehard

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I can't wait to meet the hornblower in person; that and he's sitting right behind us at the SF game. :icon_eek:

I don't want to vote. I need to meet the man first.

Somebody let me know which room number T-Man is staying in and I'll pull a Lawrence Taylor on him the night before the game. :yes: :icon_tease:
 

Thread_Killer

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Boltdiehard said:
I can't wait to meet the hornblower in person; that and he's sitting right behind us at the SF game. :icon_eek:

I don't want to vote. I need to meet the man first.

Somebody let me know which room number T-Man is staying in and I'll pull a Lawrence Taylor on him the night before the game. :yes: :icon_tease:

If you're waiting to see if you can take him or not, I think you're safe to give an honest vote.

:lol:
 
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Boltdiehard

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Thread_Killer said:
If you're waiting to see if you can take him or not, I think you're safe to give an honest vote.

:lol:

Naah I just want to see if his eyes are full of bullshit. :yes:
 

Concudan

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Boltdiehard said:
Yeah if he likes 200 lb transexual San Francisco treats.



:icon_rofl:
:icon_eek:

The imagery your giving me is not good...

:puke:
 

Rainman

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The way I understand it, Trumpet Man's craziness is the result of hallucinogens.

Marty's just trying to compensate for having a small penis. :icon_banana:
 

Kwak

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Boltdiehard said:
Yeah if he likes 200 lb transexual San Francisco treats.



:icon_rofl:
Didn't you read the road trip thread about the GLBT party at the stick the same day we are going to be there?

They are also sitting in the section right next to us. :lol:
 

AnteaterRaider

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Kwak said:
Didn't you read the road trip thread about the GLBT party at the stick the same day we are going to be there?

They are also sitting in the section right next to us. :lol:

<Mutters> Fabulous:icon_tease:
 

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leisure said:
I love big 'ole titties. Thank you.


I voted for Marty because I hate his fukkin' no testes having, hand off callin', Phil Rivers handcuffin', LT into a nine man box divin', 8.3 billion reverses fakin', 6 point lead sleepin', 5-12 playoof record havin good for nothin AZZ.

DIE MARTY

Trumpy on the other hand, I'm pretty sure I can bribe him into agreeing w/me with some Carne and Beers.