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(ESPN)   Cris Carter trying to break Reggie White's record for most retirements   (espn.go.com) divider line 31
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2003-03-14 12:58:00 PM  
Call me when he catches up to MJ

~D
 
2003-03-14 12:58:45 PM  
I thought Michael Jordan held the record for retiring every other week
 
2003-03-14 08:34:41 PM  
Reggie White holds the record for most times he said he was gonna retire but didn't.

Most of them were in one week.
 
2003-03-14 08:35:10 PM  
damn your farkers and your lack of sports knowledge
 
2003-03-14 08:35:55 PM  
damn you farkers even
 
2003-03-14 08:35:57 PM  
Mmmmm. Peanuts
 
2003-03-14 08:37:27 PM  
No one can hold a candle to Terry Funk.

The Funkmester been trying to retire since the '80s

He's getting close to 1000 times... :)
 
2003-03-14 08:42:01 PM  
Does this mean more X-Files episodes?
 
2003-03-14 08:45:26 PM  
Damn, sounds the ol' clubhouse lawyer retires more than Kiss, Cher, Barbra Streisand, the Eagles, Sugar Ray Leonard and Michael Jordan combined.
 
2003-03-14 08:46:26 PM  
Carter was a punk. Whine for a PI call a little more, Crissy. Moss learned from the best.

And yeah, I'm a Bears fan.
 
2003-03-14 08:48:33 PM  
Ha! Een Russia, reggie white retires YOU! no wait - cris carter retires REGGIE! errr - retirements break RECORDS! i mean retirements carter CRIS!


nevermind
 
2003-03-14 08:54:03 PM  
When is Steve DeBerg going to come back. You can't tell me there isn't at least a team or two he could start for.
 
2003-03-14 08:54:21 PM  
Terry Funks had more retiements than Michael Jacksons had nose jobs! The Funkster is what hardcore is all about.
 
2003-03-14 09:02:34 PM  
The X-Files was a great show!

//nuthin
 
2003-03-14 09:08:15 PM  
Well I bet he can't touch Reggie White's regard for the most culturally insensitive statements in one speech.

Maybe if he really set his mind to it.
 
2003-03-14 09:17:17 PM  
I think Carter was unable to beat that whiny attitude out of Moss' ass.
Thats what happens when you give a couple of million to some young punk who doesn't deserve it.

Yeah you Moss, yer a punk.

You run and catch a ball.

Thats all.
 
2003-03-14 09:37:36 PM  
Carter can't retire, he has to make another X-Files movie that reunites Scully with her baby!

Stupid farker.



/'Cris', 'Chris', same difference
 
2003-03-14 10:01:06 PM  
The Funker does rule. Funking Dojo 4-Life
 
2003-03-14 10:05:21 PM  
03-14-03 09:17:17 PM Scraping-fetus-off-the-wheel
I think Carter was unable to beat that whiny attitude out of Moss' ass.
Thats what happens when you give a couple of million to some young punk who doesn't deserve it.

Yeah you Moss, yer a punk.

You run and catch a ball.

Thats all.


Amen. What a punk.
 
2003-03-14 10:10:57 PM  
Speaking of our friend Reggie White, all time NFL sack leader, let's not forget that he is an ass. He proved it in this 45 minute address to the Wisconsin legislature in 1998:

As America has permitted homosexuality to establish itself as an alternate lifestyle, it is also reeling from the frightening spread of sexually transmitted disease. Sin begets its own consequence, both on individuals and nations.

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Well, it's interesting to me to know why now. When you look at the black race, black people are very gifted in what we call worship and celebration. A lot of us like to dance, and if you go to black churches, you see people jumping up and down, because they really get into it.

White people were blessed with the gift of structure and organization. You guys do a good job of building businesses and things of that nature and you know how to tap into money pretty much better than a lot of people do around the world.

Hispanics are gifted in family structure. You can see a Hispanic person and they can put 20 or 30 people in one home. They were gifted in the family structure.

When you look at the Asians, the Asian is very gifted in creation, creativity and inventions. If you go to Japan or any Asian country, they can turn a television into a watch. They're very creative. And you look at the Indians, they have been very gifted in the spirituality."

==============

So I just want you to know I'm not crazy. Okay. But in the process of knowing that -- I lost my train of thought ..... where I was going with that? Where was I going? What did I say? Scott forgot, too.
 
2003-03-14 10:42:02 PM  
Cris Carter or Clarence Carter?
 
2003-03-14 11:21:02 PM  
Clarence Carter or Clarence Clemons?
 
2003-03-14 11:53:54 PM  
Cris Carter is a former Ohio State Buckeye! Go Bucks!

O-H-...

 
2003-03-14 11:56:27 PM  
Yall beat me too the X-Files references.

But can anyone tell me Chris Carters first appearance on camera in an X-Files Episode?
 
2003-03-14 11:59:38 PM  
HomestarJunior, was it in a Philadelphia Eagles uniform?
 
2003-03-15 12:08:26 AM  
Dear Eagles fans,

Thank for sending Reggie our way. We hope you enjoyed your first-round playoff exits, or, failing that, your non-playoff seasons.

Sincerely,

Packers fans.
 
2003-03-15 12:37:31 AM  
HomestarJunior, wasn't his first cameo in "Anasazi"?

I haven't kept up with my X-Files trivia :P
 
2003-03-15 04:57:40 AM  
Nice headline,
 
2003-03-15 08:05:38 AM  
I immediately thought of Terry Funk when I saw this thread. His first retirement was in, what, 1984? Is he still wrestling indies or is he finally done?
 
2003-03-15 09:29:53 AM  



Chris Carter??
 
2003-03-15 12:09:42 PM  
Hardyzl

He's still making rounds, just not as much as usual.

It was before 1984, because I believe(correct me if I'm wrong), in 1984 was his most offical retirement, his retirement from Japan. He came out of retirement to retire! :)

For non wrestling fans, Terry Funk retires, then comes back 1-6 months later. He justifies his retirement, by saying he retired in that "town". Because of his Japanese retirement, he's retired in Japan. He won't wrestle there. Mess up logic, but I guess you have to have messed up logic if you want to be a wrestler...
 
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