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(NFL)   "Man I don't know what that meant, but I like how he said it." was said about a) Morgan Freeman b) James Earl Jones c) Ray Lewis   (nfl.com) divider line 8
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2013-03-11 08:23:18 AM
It's "titty sprinkles", right?
 
2013-03-11 09:11:35 AM
Mitt Lewis?
 
2013-03-11 09:12:38 AM
How many sports speeches do people REALLY remember beyond whether it got them riled up and motivated or not?

I'd imagine after like mid-college you've heard so many it's like watching half-time pressers with coaches - the same shiat said slightly differently all the damn time.
 
2013-03-11 09:20:25 AM

dittybopper: It's "titty sprinkles", right?


That's it, I demand chocolate titty sprinkles on my cupcakes
 
2013-03-11 09:29:13 AM

Deneb81: How many sports speeches do people REALLY remember beyond whether it got them riled up and motivated or not?

I'd imagine after like mid-college you've heard so many it's like watching half-time pressers with coaches - the same shiat said slightly differently all the damn time.


...And fish in the sky
and a big monkey pie...

// [eddie-izzard.jpg]
 
2013-03-11 09:46:37 AM
This just in:  White People.  Frequently confused by black people's language and behavior.

And no, I still don't know why black sorority girls went "whoop, woo" or "wawa, wa"  across the quad when they saw another girl in their sorority.  But man they were fun as hell to party with...best mixers EVAR.

/Cue that's racist in 3, 2, 1...
 
2013-03-11 04:35:55 PM

Deneb81: How many sports speeches do people REALLY remember beyond whether it got them riled up and motivated or not?

I'd imagine after like mid-college you've heard so many it's like watching half-time pressers with coaches - the same shiat said slightly differently all the damn time.


Almost none (played in high school). Most of them are the generic yell-at-everybody attempt to rile them up. It's not so much what is said - it's the emotion that's conveyed. Some coaches like to convey their contempt/disgust/anger/genuine satisfaction with a long and curse-filled diatribe, and some like to convey their emotion very succinctly and quietly. Both can be effective - it's just a matter of practice.
 
2013-03-11 05:50:14 PM
There's a GLEAM, men. There's a gleam!

It's just under two minutes in. Watch the guy right in the middle of the screen when Schottenheimer talks. He has NO idea how to take Marty's motivation. It never fails to crack me up.
 
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