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    Tireless Dedication

    Whooohooo!!
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    There's only one thing that matters to me to do with the superbowl... Did anyone have a wardrobe malfunction that resulted in female nipple exposure?
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    Boo Pittsburgh!!!!

    I wish my stupid Browns could figure out how to do this stupid winning thing. The Cavaliers seem to be figuring it out this season so far.....
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    Congrats Louis!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LumtheMad View Post
    Boo Pittsburgh!!!!

    I wish my stupid Browns could figure out how to do this stupid winning thing. The Cavaliers seem to be figuring it out this season so far.....

    Yeah, I really like LeBron. He forced me to do the impossible--root for a Cleveland team!

    Thanks Chief.
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    Lebron is the best player in the NBA right now i believe. It's truly a blessing to be able to see him all the time and for him to be playing in Cleveland. We are having a dream season right now and the sky's the limit for us. The team as a whole is playing phenominal defense (the kind of D that in years past they'd save until the playoffs) and Mo Williams has been a wonderful addition. Here's hoping they follow Pittsburgh fantastic run and cap it off the same way. You have to root for a hard nosed town in professional sports like Pittsburgh....as much as it pains me to say....
    I do not suppose I shall be remembered for anything. But I don't think about my work in those terms. It is just as vulgar to work for the sake of posterity as to work for the sake of money.

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    Thanks for the compliment, Lum. There is a huge emotional investment in rooting for your team. I was a nervous wreck all last week, but it all came together with damn near the perfect weekend for me.

    Serena Williams won the Austrailian Open.
    Pitt Panthers hoop squad won.
    I saw Take 6 in concert in a small venue. They were excellent!
    I won $500 at the casino.
    And my boys wrapped it up (albeit very late and scary) in Superbowl 43.

    Total bliss.

    As for your Cavs, I will continue to root for them and LeBron to win the finals this year. He is a very special player and yes, I agree he is the best player in the league. I really like the way he carries himself.

    Yes, Cleveland and Pittsburgh are two blue collar cities--at least traditionally. I love being a Steeler fan, for what, about 37 years now. I couldn't hand pick a better NFL team to root for. It is really sastifying when the team you root for, heart and soul, wins that championship. I hope you get to experience that with you Cavs this year. It will be well worth the wait. The city will go nuts. If they can get past the Celtics and Lakers, they'll be home free.
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    I rooted against you this year, but congrats Louis!
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    Tap the lightpole and we'll be jammin all night
    And ain't nobody callin' the cops
    'Cause everybody's here freakin', if they're older they're doin the rock
    And every block from all around
    Comes runnin' to the park when they hear the sound
    And soon the word's spreadin' through our part of town
    "Yo, 40 Park y'all, Jam-On's gettin down"
    Yeah...

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    That's okay Coz. There are haters all around us. I appreciate the honesty and the congrats.
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    I think you are right Louis, the path to the championship lies thru the Celtics and the Lakers. I keep on getting this worried feeling though that San Antoinio will make a reappearance and re-enact the Finals experience we had a 2 years back.

    Yeah, i hate the Steelers won but i love it for the town. Lately i've come to disdain all things Bostonian because of triple headed monster of the Red Sox, Celts and Patroits. Winning a championship in Cleveland is something i'd love to see in my lifetime and i really think Lebron is going to do that with us. I have a theory about all of that and here it is.
    Cleveland has only won two championships and each time we've won we've had the special insane talent on our team.
    When the Indians won in 1948 Bob Feller was on the team.
    WHen the Browns won in 1964 Jim Brown was the running back....
    So this brings us to our Cavs and of course we know who's on the team for us there. The Indians really should've won both in 1995 and 1997 but let us down. Honestly, i thought the 1994 Tribe team was the best. Any news on the Pirates ever getting it together again and making a run?
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    The who...Pirates? Never heard of them
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