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(Seattle Times)   Former Seattle Seahawk appointed to WA Clemency and Pardons Board. First on the docket: the guy who decided the Seahawks should take the field at the Super Bowl to "Bittersweet Symphony"   (seattletimes.com) divider line
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2022-12-07 10:31:38 PM  
Doug Baldwin was always a stand up guy as an NFL football player. Nice to his passion carry over into the community.
 
2022-12-07 11:59:55 PM  
What about the guy who called that pass play instead of giving the ball to Lynch at end of Super Bowl XLIX?!
 
2022-12-08 12:03:29 AM  
Seahawks country, let him fry?
 
2022-12-08 12:05:44 AM  
IIRC, "the guy" Subby mentioned is the late Paul Allen....go good luck with that.

/Go Hawks.
//Found out Paul Allen had passed away the day after I had attended the Seahawks game in London in 2018.
 
2022-12-08 12:10:14 AM  
The guy who decided to go for a passing play on first and goal on the two yard line, with Marshawn Lynch in the backfield, in the last minutes of a super bowl.
 
2022-12-08 12:14:14 AM  
My sophomore year roommate (in the godawful year of our lord 2001) was a total burnout a-hole who played that song ALL the time... along with EVERY crappy remix/cover available on Napster, KaZaa, etc. It wasn't until about two years ago I could listen to it without getting stabby.
 
2022-12-08 12:18:07 AM  
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/ I couldn't find the gif of Marshawn Lynch in Westworld throwing the smoke grenade back at the police
 
2022-12-08 12:34:45 AM  
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2022-12-08 12:47:11 AM  

Ken VeryBigLiar: My sophomore year roommate (in the godawful year of our lord 2001) was a total burnout a-hole who played that song ALL the time... along with EVERY crappy remix/cover available on Napster, KaZaa, etc. It wasn't until about two years ago I could listen to it without getting stabby.


So you can change?
 
2022-12-08 12:57:42 AM  

HighOnCraic: What about the guy who called that pass play instead of giving the ball to Lynch at end of Super Bowl XLIX?!


You're right.

Shoulda been a corner fade to Baldwin.

A slant with 10 guys in the box?!?!? WTF were they thinking?
 
2022-12-08 1:10:27 AM  
I met him once at a coffee shop he was going to buy in Bothell. He had a very interesting Mercedes SUV of an ilk I'd never seen before that was parked out front. We chatted about cars. Figured he's sick of fans telling him how great he is or wanting his autograph.
 
2022-12-08 1:13:34 AM  

Ken VeryBigLiar: My sophomore year roommate (in the godawful year of our lord 2001) was a total burnout a-hole who played that song ALL the time... along with EVERY crappy remix/cover available on Napster, KaZaa, etc. It wasn't until about two years ago I could listen to it without getting stabby.


If you think that's bad....

My sophomore year roommate (1998-1999) listened to a lot of DC Talk and Jars of Clay.  Blech.
 
2022-12-08 1:14:42 AM  

The_Sponge: IIRC, "the guy" Subby mentioned is the late Paul Allen....go good luck with that.

/Go Hawks.
//Found out Paul Allen had passed away the day after I had attended the Seahawks game in London in 2018.


*so good luck
 
2022-12-08 7:49:04 AM  

The_Sponge: Ken VeryBigLiar: My sophomore year roommate (in the godawful year of our lord 2001) was a total burnout a-hole who played that song ALL the time... along with EVERY crappy remix/cover available on Napster, KaZaa, etc. It wasn't until about two years ago I could listen to it without getting stabby.

If you think that's bad....

My sophomore year roommate (1998-1999) listened to a lot of DC Talk and Jars of Clay.  Blech.


My sophomore year (1991/92) the dude in the room next to me blasted Color me Badd every farking morning.

And Jars of Clay had a really solid first album. If the Lumineers/Hollow Coves/of Monsters and Men released a bunch of the songs from it now, people would be raving about them.
 
2022-12-08 7:50:32 AM  

The_Sponge: Ken VeryBigLiar: My sophomore year roommate (in the godawful year of our lord 2001) was a total burnout a-hole who played that song ALL the time... along with EVERY crappy remix/cover available on Napster, KaZaa, etc. It wasn't until about two years ago I could listen to it without getting stabby.

If you think that's bad....

My sophomore year roommate (1998-1999) listened to a lot of DC Talk and Jars of Clay.  Blech.


Ouch, I think my was exacerbated by him listening to every crappy DJ's Euro/acid/club remix. Not sure I could even tune out those guys' "Jeebus is good" shtick to appreciate them being decent musicians.
 
2022-12-08 8:21:33 AM  

RandolphCarter: The_Sponge: Ken VeryBigLiar: My sophomore year roommate (in the godawful year of our lord 2001) was a total burnout a-hole who played that song ALL the time... along with EVERY crappy remix/cover available on Napster, KaZaa, etc. It wasn't until about two years ago I could listen to it without getting stabby.

If you think that's bad....

My sophomore year roommate (1998-1999) listened to a lot of DC Talk and Jars of Clay.  Blech.

My sophomore year (1991/92) the dude in the room next to me blasted Color me Badd every farking morning.

And Jars of Clay had a really solid first album. If the Lumineers/Hollow Coves/of Monsters and Men released a bunch of the songs from it now, people would be raving about them.


My sophomore roommate (1998) had a collection of rare live everclear bootlegs and listened to Gregorian chant at night.

What was with sophomore college roommates and terrible music?
 
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