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  • Birthday 10/05/1981

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  1. Not all human life is precious and this guy definitely does not deserve to be amongst civilized humans. This adult, cause he is not a kid, should be thrown in the tiger pit at Metro Zoo. Give him a knife and see how he fares against that kitty. What this guy did is inexcuseable and to say it was only cat murdering is absurd and ridiculous. This is the United States of America. We are not a barbaric society. This behavior is inexcusable and he should be punished rather harshly.
  2. Detroit riots after their championships too. Miami is an oddity. After Hurricanes and natural disasters people band together and help each other out. After winning championships we embrace it and party. Its just those other days when nothing extraordinary happens is when we are all jerks and hate each other, personally I think its the heat and humidity. In my opinion I think this town just loves to party and have a good time and championships are great excuses for it. So that's two cities, maybe three? I don't think that makes us the oddities. So far the examples have been LA, a city with a history of rioting, Detroit, a city with a history if rioting, and Philly, a city with infamous sport fans. If you read my post clearly I said the oddity is that we in South Florida are always jerks and mean, yet when extraordinary things occur in this city we come together as a community.
  3. Detroit riots after their championships too. Miami is an oddity. After Hurricanes and natural disasters people band together and help each other out. After winning championships we embrace it and party. Its just those other days when nothing extraordinary happens is when we are all jerks and hate each other, personally I think its the heat and humidity. In my opinion I think this town just loves to party and have a good time and championships are great excuses for it.
  4. This game was great. I happened to be in Jax on business and was able to attend the game. The Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville is a pretty kick ass stadium to watch a game. Tickets were cheap, food was relatively cheap, parking was cheap. Logan's home run was a line drive shot that went easily 400+ feet. That ball just flew out of the park in a hurry. When Logan hits the ball you could just here the difference in the sound of his bat compared to the other players. He also had a triple that was just a shot in the gap. Also, Earnest Graham had troubles in the 1st inning but settled down to pitch 5 scoreless innings after and only give up one hit. Another guy that caught my eye was Scott Cousins. He had three hits that bounced off the outfield wall and all three were singles due to how hard he hit the ball. All in all the AA Marlins looked good and the whole Southern League better be on notice.
  5. It was Loria himself who sold the ring. He had to come up with some rent money to pay Huizenga or Crater-face would send his goons to break Loria's legs. Huizenga dosen't own the place. If you insist on bashing ownership, even after they have secured a new ball park and thusly securing the Marlins stay in South Florida, the least you could do is keep up with the facts. Fact: Huizenga still owns 50% of the stadium. Huipinga only owns 5% of the stadium and the franchise. No, he still owns 50% of the stadium and 5% of the franchise. I thought the same as you did so I looked it up and was mistaken. Touche.
  6. It was Loria himself who sold the ring. He had to come up with some rent money to pay Huizenga or Crater-face would send his goons to break Loria's legs. Huizenga dosen't own the place. If you insist on bashing ownership, even after they have secured a new ball park and thusly securing the Marlins stay in South Florida, the least you could do is keep up with the facts. Fact: Huizenga still owns 50% of the stadium. Huipinga only owns 5% of the stadium and the franchise.
  7. Is it me or does the sale price of $9,280.00 seem cheap for the ring? I know the ring was more expensive than that when they were made and probably worth more. Someone got a good deal on this ring and it's a shame someone needed money this bad to sell such an awesome piece of hardware.
  8. It does sort of remind you of what the Nationals went through with the City Commission there. That deal died, everyone walked away and yet was reborn after commissioners relented from their demands with some window dressing concessions. I have the feeling the Marlins will up their contribution by the 13 Million dollars that the city would have contributed. I think they will remove the City from negotiations and only deal with the county. The city will lose out on the jobs for their police that would patrol the stadium and other potential revenues. I believe the land they will be building on is owned by the county and the stadium will be owned by the county. These politicians in Miami are bad. There is no sense of community pride, only what can you do for me. They don't realize the people from Broward and Palm Beach and Homestead will be putting money into their local economy and it will increase their tax base substantially over years. This is frustrating and there is a reason Miami is the Banana republic. I like your theory, but one, is it feasible, and two where did you come up with it? The only problem is that the OB site is in the city of Miami. The city needs to sign off on the project.
  9. Josh Freidman does baseball very well on 790 even though he only does weekend shows. He is a Cubs fan but he possibly the most knowledgeable baseball personality on the radio. He covers the Marlins on 790 as the beat reporter for the station.
  10. One of my favorites on here. Hope it's a good one, man! Cheers! It was a great one! Thanks dude :thumbup
  11. Great pics Accord. Thanks for sharing. :thumbup Thanks again for putting your life on the line for all of us here in the States. You da man. :notworthy
  12. Accord, youre the man. With everything youre doing and have been through, all I can say is thank you my friend. Come back soon.
  13. Why would you even bother posting this? There are AC vents in dolphin stadium for the people in the club level. Why dont you post an article how the people in the club level are still hot during 1pm games? Because NBC prides itself on being a "green" network. It's the hypocrisy behind the act, not the act itself. I get that, but they are in the TV business, a visual medium, and who wants to watch people sweating through their shirts while watching the news? It seems like a necessary use of energy to me given the industry. You beat me too it. They dont want their broadcasters to be sweating and have pit stains. Its really not the end of the world. According to some it just might. :shifty
  14. Whats up with the TV angle? This had to be the worst produced television game ever! Who was putting together this production, the Miami High T.V. production class?
  15. Jason Williams never lived up to his full potential as a member of the heat, i'm glad he's gone, I would like to see Mario Chalmers start just to see if he is the real deal JWill when healthy was a very good PG for the Heat. We won a championship with him starting at PG which happened to be the only year he was truly healthy for the Heat. Agreed. When he was healthy(2006) he was a very effective player for the Heat. The problem is that the knee issues never go away with him. Not sure if he can't or just won't play through the pain, but he was the perfect fit in 2006. Glad he's not coming back though. Once a PG starts having knee problems they are done! We experienced this with Tim Hardaway, we don't need a injury plagued PG, good riddance, but don't get me wrong, thanks for 06 dude! I agree with both of you. I don't want JWill back either; his best days are well behind him. I wish him luck in LA and I am happy with his tenure in Miami. I only stated what I stated cause it seemed like this was the bash JWill hour and JWill deserves respect from Heat fans.
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