Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by SINKRATZ, Dec 16, 2010.
How the f**k did that doosh get an NFL gig?
he's the only rookie referee in the NFL. I did a double take at the bar tonight while watching the game. I almost threw my pint at the TV and started shouting until I realized where I was. What a douche. No idea how he got a job in the NFL. He must have conveniently forgot to put his game tape from the CU v ISU game. He messed up two very big calls that game.
What calls were those? Can't seem to remember.
didnt we have a thread on this exact topic... with the same name like 2 months ago
edit: found them
I didn't see those. 2 months ago, if it wasn't a thread about Hawk being fired or potential replacements, then it was basically white noise.
Sometimes the turd floats to the top....
Says all you need to know on the quality of NFL officials.
I guess if you want something bad enough, you can indeed suck your way to the top. Well done Clete, well done.
Clete Blakeman was the guy who blew the call last night on Monday Night Football. **** that guy with a stick.
haha. I knew that guy looked familiar.
I am seriously loving the butthurt-ness going on in Boston right now. This was my favorite reaction:
That's called a Over the Shoulder Solder Holder.
Wow. Comin with the Beaches reference. Nice.
what can I say....that movie was the wind beneath my wings.
That line was part of Bette Midler's act way before Beaches. Probably back to before she did any movies, for that matter...
Her stage act was incredibly filthy, if you've ever heard it. And hilarious...
Could be....but beaches is the lamest chick flick ever.
You would know, bitch.
I am an expert at really lame ****....
I saw Beaches in the theater with some girl. I don't even remember who she was, but I know I got shut down later that evening.
I probably would have fonder memories of it if I had gotten some action.
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AB does not want you to describe the usual and regular occurances , just the unusual ones.
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