Discussion in 'Colorado Basketball Message Board' started by allbuffs, Feb 21, 2014.
What the hell was that?
Excited rambling by one of those stupid kittens. (JK PacHoops, you're always welcome around here)
He's obviously been pre-drinking to get ready.
Trying to dodge being a light weight at altitude by getting hammered in az.
He is already here
I thought Adam was one of the good ones. Meth is bad.
It's not booze, it's weed. Look at the title.
Weed does make more sense. I didn't want to accuse him of being such a tacky tourist though!
Well the Canadians just won.
Wrong forum. You must be drunk.
I wish. Flight's already delayed. Lookout SFO...
1. CU is farther in the process of adjusting to a major injury than UA is.
2. Buffs own the Cats in Boulder.
Expect a bad shooting night and a poor defensive night from Zona. At the end of a road trip, overconfident from the game in Tucson while CU was adjusting to being post-Spencer, and with the loud voice in their heads reminding them they can't win at the Keg... Zona comes out tighter than a 12-year old and folds under the Buffs pressure.
CU wins this one by double digits.
on forum.goazcats.com they are starting to sweat. You can feel it from the posters. All of them talking a big game. One said that the altitude won't be too much of a problem, since they will have been up here for 4 days. I would have to break it to them that, after 48 hours is when the symptoms hit the worst as your body enters the acclimation process for up to 2 weeks. They also seem to all forgot that little tournament championship game we beat them in. Weird.
Oh and that forum, has linked back to here.
If meth is bad, there are no good Kitten fans...
Altitude won't matter. They're playing indoors...
For the record, as this is the internet, I've never done Meth.
You're missing out man. As long as you don't go overboard with it, meth is a pretty good hobby.
Really liked the article! Too bad I feel like you won't seem as happy on Sunday...
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The first step to recovery is admitting you have a problem.
Interesting metaphor. I'm considering using it in the Geotech lab report I'm currently writing. (Well not really currently, as I've been perusing AB)
Guess they don't like to do their research or they would have found what happened back in 2011 when a Top 10 Okie Light came into Boulder 5 days early to "acclimate."
Gotta admit the Ben Mills video was pretty funny.
Adam's follow up:
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