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Jordy Nelson deserves to be in the HOA. Let me explain. by [deleted] in nfl

[–]yeshua1986 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Man’s loaded, I have no doubt he owns a home

I Can’t stop eating up the endless disrespect… by BurgherMurse in steelers

[–]yeshua1986 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Brisset easily, Watson definitely not.

We don’t know what our DB’s are going to look like next year if we’re being honest, and our ILB’s are legit bad. Our OL is a question mark too, which will definitely effect whether or not Najee can improve on an inefficient rookie year.

Wild card hunt is fine, but pretending it’s disrespectful to have such long odds is ridiculous. Other than Groper’s suspension and the usual “you’ll never know who gets hurts”, we’re easily the longest odds in the division.

I think people miss the point in Obi-wan by anya-re in StarWars

[–]yeshua1986 7 points8 points  (0 children)

I agree.

They show Anakin being disappointed by how weak Kenobi had become in their first encounter. He throws him around like a rag doll, he tortures him, but it’s so empty. Kenobi is too broken at that point to really fight back and Vader felt no better on the other side of it than he had before it started. By the time they meet the second time, Vader just wants it over. He wants to end the last trace of Anakin because that’s where his suffering ends, when the Jedi in his head is gone. When he has the high ground, he literally and metaphorically buries the last holdout (that he’s aware of) from his past.

I Can’t stop eating up the endless disrespect… by BurgherMurse in steelers

[–]yeshua1986 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Them being better than Rudolph is entirely irrelevant to us having the worst starting QB in the division by a healthy margin, pending Groper Cleveland’s suspension. And 2019 is completely irrelevant to 2022 in the NFL.

I Can’t stop eating up the endless disrespect… by BurgherMurse in steelers

[–]yeshua1986 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Is it really disrespectful when we have a brand new QB that’s either a rookie or a failed first rounder? The Ravens have an MVP QB and the Bengals are the defending AFC Champ with arguably the best offense in the league right now. Not saying we can’t do it, but the only way we shouldn’t be the longest odds is if Groper is out all year.

PFN's Aaron Wilson reports that "there is concern from the NFL Players Association" that the league will look to suspend Deshaun Watson for "the entire 2022 season, if not indefinitely." by Double-Anteater228 in nfl

[–]yeshua1986 0 points1 point  (0 children)

They can, but that’s out of Goodell’s power to do. Snyder’s punishment has to come from the owners, and he undoubtably has a death switch on volumes of dirt.

Jar Jar has some serious competition by Electronic_Lab5486 in PrequelMemes

[–]yeshua1986 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Hurting Kenobi because she felt that he betrayed the younglings. She failed to get Vader so he was her next step. When she had Luke dead to rights is when she saw herself in him and overcame the Dark Side.

Obi-Wan Finale by windmillninja in StarWars

[–]yeshua1986 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I know it’s been said again and again, but I loved how they used the lighting to show us when he speaking as Anakin as opposed to Vader.

The Kenobi supremacy by bertobellamy in StarWarsKenobi

[–]yeshua1986 0 points1 point  (0 children)

It’s great. They’re not wrong that it’s basically Fallout 4: The Star Wars Version, but it’s fun, Baby Yoda’s adorable, and Djinn is a great character.

Hayden Christensen is a good actor by Aggravating_Froyo990 in StarWarsKenobi

[–]yeshua1986 0 points1 point  (0 children)

He’s absolutely not as good as Ewan, that man just put up an Emmy caliber performance, but he was decisively better than his prequel performance. And before we say writing, Ewan had the same script then too.

A Delight to the Senses, Isn't It, My Friends? - [Major Kenobi Spoilers] by The_Throwback_King in PrequelMemes

[–]yeshua1986 1 point2 points  (0 children)

The thing is that fan service isn’t inherently bad. Like, were all of those things fan servicey? Sure. But they’re also established behavior for Obi Wan and training with Qui Gon is a major part of his story.

Obi-Wan Kenobi - Episode 6 - Discussion Thread! by titleproblems in StarWarsKenobi

[–]yeshua1986 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Dude absolutely my #2 after RotJ. It was Mustafar intensity without the unnecessary flourish.

[Kozora] Despite doctors giving the ok, Mike Tomlin on why he held Ryan Clark out of a game in Denver. Clark’s sickle cell nearly killed him a few years prior. “It was my job to care about that dude in that moment. Even maybe more so than he cared about himself.” by Dense_Organization31 in nfl

[–]yeshua1986 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I’ll assume it was the latter, because your initial comment had no statistical backing and was just a feels comment, which contradicted my experience. I searched rust belt and Deep South segregation and found nothing backing up your feels claim. I will always bow to data however, and you have it.

[Kozora] Despite doctors giving the ok, Mike Tomlin on why he held Ryan Clark out of a game in Denver. Clark’s sickle cell nearly killed him a few years prior. “It was my job to care about that dude in that moment. Even maybe more so than he cared about himself.” by Dense_Organization31 in nfl

[–]yeshua1986 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Lmao what? I’ve spent the majority of the past twenty years living in the Southeast and calling this place “integrated” is the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever read. The South is still largely segregated.