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(WWL)   Gonna be hell to pay when Roger Goodell finds out Sean Payton was at the 50-yard-line of the entire Saints practice today   (wwl.com) divider line 28
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2012-07-28 10:21:44 AM  
At least it didn't say " Geaux to work"
 
2012-07-28 10:24:53 AM  
That's awesome.

Pretty good trolling.

Maximum trolling: Saints win the Super Bowl in February 2013, and Sean Payton is on hand to accept the trophy from Goodell. Because his suspension ends at the "end of Super Bowl XLVII" which I assume to mean the end of the specific game.
 
2012-07-28 12:24:41 PM  
Like the organization and Payton will NEVER communicate. Right.

They might not do it in public or on their known cell phone numbers, but don't think for a second that Payton is really going incommunicado for a full year.
 
2012-07-28 12:25:12 PM  

downstairs: That's awesome.

Pretty good trolling.

Maximum trolling: Saints win the Super Bowl in February 2013, and Sean Payton is on hand to accept the trophy from Goodell. Because his suspension ends at the "end of Super Bowl XLVII" which I assume to mean the end of the specific game.


That would beat David Stern having to give the trophy to Mark Cuban which wasn't that cool since Cuban was all reserved and restrained.
 
2012-07-28 12:32:44 PM  

downstairs: Pretty good trolling.


Trolling? I think not but pretty clever headline.
 
2012-07-28 12:33:40 PM  
i166.photobucket.com
 
2012-07-28 12:37:22 PM  

LessO2: Like the organization and Payton will NEVER communicate. Right.

They might not do it in public or on their known cell phone numbers, but don't think for a second that Payton is really going incommunicado for a full year.


Exactly, his fingerprints will be all over this team.

I picture him spending a lot of time in a room full of tv's, studying the live feeds from strategically placed camera's in and around the Saints organization. Then secretly relaying feedback, James Bond style, back to the team.

Highly competitive people like Payton can't just stop cold turkey, regardless of the consequences.
 
2012-07-28 12:43:33 PM  
Brilliant strategy. Poke the bear, I'm sure all of your games will be fairly officiated. Any potential fines or suspensions will be decided dispassionately too. Goodell is nothing but a reasonable and fair man after all.
 
2012-07-28 12:54:03 PM  
It replaces this previous mural.
cdn0.sbnation.com
 
2012-07-28 01:01:54 PM  

downstairs: That's awesome.

Pretty good trolling.

Maximum trolling: Saints win the Super Bowl in February 2013, and Sean Payton is on hand to accept the trophy from Goodell. Because his suspension ends at the "end of Super Bowl XLVII" which I assume to mean the end of the specific game.


Flawed premise. The Saints will not win, because Ryan Kalil has seen the future.
 
2012-07-28 01:15:16 PM  
"Do your job"

"And if you do it extra well, we will have a compensation pot for all injuries clean hits resulting in time missed."
 
2012-07-28 01:35:32 PM  
well i do not think the commish will be amused , but I also don't think he could do much about it , I will not claim to be an expert on the rules and regulations of the NFL but i can't see something like this being foreseen and regulated.

I suppose its possible Goodell might dig something up to make them take it down and pay a fine but i don't give him very good odds of doing so.

Heaven help the saints if they get caught having Payton coach by wire cause Goodell would come down on them like the fist of an angry god.
 
2012-07-28 01:46:29 PM  
"Ceiling Payton Is Watching You Masturbate". :P
 
2012-07-28 02:17:44 PM  
img845.imageshack.us
 
2012-07-28 02:42:48 PM  
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CdrqLrdYAr0

Do your JOB! Honey...
 
2012-07-28 02:46:49 PM  
Hahaha. Love it.
 
2012-07-28 02:53:01 PM  
i63.photobucket.com

Between that and this beautiful statue, fark. Is it September 9th yet?
 
2012-07-28 03:01:57 PM  

robsul82: [i63.photobucket.com image 800x600]

Between that and this beautiful statue, fark. Is it September 9th yet?


I'm so glad they decided to memorialize that moment. It truly was one of the most emotional moments in New Orleans.

CSB: I moved to New Orleans on that day. Went to a random bar down the street to catch the game. When that happened, not one dry eye in the place. Heck, I can't generally watch a re-play of that play without the room getting a tad bit dusty.

/Still friends with like 10+ people I met at the bar that day.
 
2012-07-28 03:06:32 PM  

downstairs: robsul82: [i63.photobucket.com image 800x600]

Between that and this beautiful statue, fark. Is it September 9th yet?

I'm so glad they decided to memorialize that moment. It truly was one of the most emotional moments in New Orleans.

CSB: I moved to New Orleans on that day. Went to a random bar down the street to catch the game. When that happened, not one dry eye in the place. Heck, I can't generally watch a re-play of that play without the room getting a tad bit dusty.

/Still friends with like 10+ people I met at the bar that day.


That definitely is a cool story. And I have the same problem, lol.
 
2012-07-28 04:16:59 PM  

upndn: Then secretly relaying feedback, James Bond style, back to the team.


Can't he just talk to me? I'm not an employee of the NFL or the New Orleans Saints.

Then, later, I can go talk to Joe Vitt.
 
2012-07-28 04:28:41 PM  
Ah, New Orleans, mon premiere salir amour, God's favorite retarded child.

Who dat.
 
2012-07-28 05:40:17 PM  
begging for a photoshop........


i79.photobucket.com
 
2012-07-28 06:37:23 PM  
That seems like something out of They Live with the glasses on.
 
2012-07-28 06:59:01 PM  

downstairs: robsul82: [i63.photobucket.com image 800x600]

Between that and this beautiful statue, fark. Is it September 9th yet?

I'm so glad they decided to memorialize that moment. It truly was one of the most emotional moments in New Orleans.

CSB: I moved to New Orleans on that day. Went to a random bar down the street to catch the game. When that happened, not one dry eye in the place. Heck, I can't generally watch a re-play of that play without the room getting a tad bit dusty.

/Still friends with like 10+ people I met at the bar that day.


That was an incredibly special night. You need to remember the context, namely the spent, eternally frustrated emotional state of New Orleanians at the time. With one single play, the city (and region) erupted in a figurative orgasm. Black, white, rich, poor...none of that mattered. A fractured, abused population was united as one. Grown men crying and everything. It remains one of the most powerful memories of my entire life, and always will.

I try not to post pics in message boards, because invariably someone recognizes me (NOLA is tiny and I used to be a bartender at a popular spot). Then I have to sanitize all future posts to not include sophomoric dick jokes, radical politics, or mentioning that $20 blowjob I got from a truck stop hooker in Iowa. But here's me getting loaded follwing the game:

i.imgur.com

That's me on the right. Carousel Bar at the Monteleone following the game. Something I just noticed while posting this...there's a scotch in my hand and another one lined up on the table for takeoff. That was either some great service or I wasn't farking around by that point, lol.

/still have that t-shirt, and still have not forgotten how Benson treated us after the storm
//don't care if his legacy is a net positive...I genuinely wanted to kill that man back in '06
 
2012-07-28 08:40:59 PM  

LessO2: Like the organization and Payton will NEVER communicate. Right.

They might not do it in public or on their known cell phone numbers, but don't think for a second that Payton is really going incommunicado for a full year.


As a Saints fan since...oh, my first concious thought... I hope not. (We were born the same year)

Sit this one out, Sean.

Ya done good. Your guys listened, and they'll be fine.

We'll see you in 2013. Hopefully, to defend the Lombardi.
 
2012-07-29 12:47:32 AM  

dickfreckle: That was an incredibly special night. You need to remember the context, namely the spent, eternally frustrated emotional state of New Orleanians at the time. With one single play, the city (and region) erupted in a figurative orgasm. Black, white, rich, poor...none of that mattered. A fractured, abused population was united as one. Grown men crying and everything. It remains one of the most powerful memories of my entire life, and always will.


Amen.

I was fortunate to be at the unveiling of the statue on Friday. They moved the ceremony into a very tight area inside the Dome because of a thunderstorm. About 200 people, the entire Saints team, 40 members of the media, and Steve & friends. This is a pic I snapped.

i1232.photobucket.com
 
2012-07-29 03:17:04 AM  

vicejay: I was fortunate to be at the unveiling of the statue on Friday. They moved the ceremony into a very tight area inside the Dome because of a thunderstorm. About 200 people, the entire Saints team, 40 members of the media, and Steve & friends. This is a pic I snapped.


Wow. Just wow.

I remember when Gleason was still healthy (that, or the ALS wasn't public/advanced yet) and he donated all his hair to a group that distributes wigs for cancer victims (if you slow the film down you'll see it was the hair that actually blocked the punt). He also always had a healthy attitude about football. It was a game he liked to play, but it wasn't his life obsession. This guy is always about the bigger picture, and how his life might benefit others. The list of his work goes far beyond (and before) ALS.

It sucks that we're going to lose him, and though I have a healthy grasp on the circle and general unfairness of life, it still enrages me. I have a wall I've been meaning to knock out, so I'll pull up this photo before I start.

Bless you, Steve. And thank you not just for your gifts to the city, but for your efforts to better the world in general. Guys like you come along only once in a while.
 
2012-07-29 12:32:22 PM  
Sean Payton has an butt hole for a mouth
 
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