When did this become a Jets board?

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    If you walk down the street and a little chihuahua rushes out and starts nipping at your heels you would probably pay attention and even resent the loathsome little cretin, not because it could ever harm you, but because you realize how repugnant it is that such an insignificant and dysfunctional little nuisance could have the overblown sense of its own worth and significance to think it had any chance to harm you or even deserved to have you acknowledge its existence.

     Like the dog, they just think they are a lot more than the very little that they actually are, and they will pester you infinitely until you admit they are worthy. Will never happen.... because they aren't.

     

     


    Is this post autobiographical?

    You are describing yourself to a tee.

     
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    In response to BabeParilli's comment:

     

    If you walk down the street and a little chihuahua rushes out and starts nipping at your heels you would probably pay attention and even resent the loathsome little cretin, not because it could ever harm you, but because you realize how repugnant it is that such an insignificant and dysfunctional little nuisance could have the overblown sense of its own worth and significance to think it had any chance to harm you or even deserved to have you acknowledge its existence.

     Like the dog, they just think they are a lot more than the very little that they actually are, and they will pester you infinitely until you admit they are worthy. Will never happen.... because they aren't.

     

     


    Is this post autobiographical?

    You are describing yourself to a tee.




    True. I do have to contend with sniveling little chihuahuas like you far too often here.

     
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    Arf, arf! Laughing

     
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    When did international politics become all about tiny, backward North Korea?  It happened because dictator-for-life Kim III came across as so crazy that the media covered him. 

    Here's the latest dirt from http://sports.yahoo.com/news/nfl--why-did-the-jets-want-tim-tebow-in-the-first-place--152540803.html

    It wasn't enough for the perpetually dysfunctional half of East Rutherford's two football franchises to drop Tebow from its roster. It had to humiliate their backup quarterback on the way out the door, timing his release to come at the worst possible moment.

    The coach who never seemed to like Tebow issued a statement on Monday that thanked him for being in shape, which coming from a man whose most salient comment in the last three years had to do with eating a "goddamn snack" seemed as backhanded a swipe as any. Rex Ryan couldn't run Tebow to the curb fast enough. Then he had to jump on his head.

    Tim Tebow saw just 77 offensive snaps this past season with the Jets. (USAT Sports)

    All of which would make sense if Tebow came pulling an arrest record or showed up late for meetings or cost the Jets the playoffs with a bad interception. Instead, the disdain with which the Jets threw him out the door after barely using him in a waste of a season – he appeared in just 77 offensive plays – raises a bigger question that speaks to the chaos of a franchise that never gets it:

    Why did the Jets want Tim Tebow in the first place?

    This on top of QB Geno Smith firing his agent because he didn't get drafted in the first round. 

     
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