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Rex Ryan Keeps Jabbing At Channing Crowder

There was a school of thought in league circles that Rex and Rob Ryan, the sons of former Bears defensive coordinator and Eagles and Cardinals head coach Buddy Ryan, faced stiff challenges in landing head-coaching jobs due to concerns that they would be too much like their fiery and feisty father.
And, before the first Buddy Ryan offspring even has coached his first game, he’s sounding a lot like his fiery and feisty father.
Jets coach Rex Ryan has continued his verbal back-and-forth with Dolphins linebacker Channing Crowder.  (We think they’re now up to Round Seven or something.)
“The only thing I can say is, let’s see if he can top this one, I’ve walked over tougher guys going to a fight than Channing Crowder,” Ryan said Wednesday in comments circulated by the team.  “The dude’s going to kill me.   We’ll make that trade.  Throw us both out, we’ll make that trade.   I don’t think it would hurt that much anyway.  You can’t hit what you can’t see.  Trust me, he can send himself and his father after me.   I don’t think I’ve ever lost a fight, so we’ll see.   And I’m going to get some tats and stuff like that, so I’ll be ready for him.”
If Rex Ryan is getting Crowder riled up because Ryan believes that, by getting in Crowder’s head, the player will be less effective, then we say, “Bravo.”
But if Ryan is just being gratuitous, he’s making a huge mistake.  Why give Crowder even more motivation to bring everything he can when the Dolphins face the Jets this year?
Meanwhile, Crowder might have competition in the quest to kick Rex Ryan’s ass.  His brother, Rob, will now face even greater concerns that, as a head coach, he’ll be a loose cannon.

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  1. jwill007 says: Jun 10, 2009 9:26 PM

    thats the problem too much politically correct and sisfication of america going on that coaches can be loose and get their players fired up without someone crying about their out of pads cause they are on their period….Rex is cool…I could play for him cause I know in battle HE’S GOT MY BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. bradyswingman says: Jun 10, 2009 9:27 PM

    Ryan is really making himself look like an idiot every time he opens his mouth. Somebody from the Jets PR department needs to remind him this isn’t the WWE.

  3. desides says: Jun 10, 2009 9:27 PM

    Crowder is probably laughing his ass off right about now. Rex Ryan is still taking the bait.
    It’s still amateur hour in New York.

  4. FlorioBorio says: Jun 10, 2009 9:28 PM

    You guys are just too stupid that Rex Ryan is just creating hype for the upcoming season by needling Crowder. He and the Jets are probably laughing at all of you fools who are taking this way too seriously. Crowder, who is a practical joker as well, is probably in on the joke too. The only ones who are outside of the loop are the Pats and their whiny fans, whom the joke is on.

  5. aj says: Jun 10, 2009 9:29 PM

    Funny to watch the NY media slurp up every bit of dew off this guy’s rear. It was funny and fresh for a while, but he’s trying to out-do Favre I think. We’ll see how much of a stand up comedian he is in November/December and if the woody woodpeckers are still laughing.

  6. VBG says: Jun 10, 2009 9:32 PM

    Oh come on, don’t just read the text of what was said and “THINK” you know what was going on.
    Did you even SEE the press conference? Ryan was JOKING. It was all tongue in cheek. He was laughing and joking through the entire thing.

  7. hayward giablommi says: Jun 10, 2009 9:34 PM

    Sorry to in fringe on your literary trademark, Mr. Florio, but……
    Wow.
    This Rex Ryan is really something else. I really had no opinion on Rex one way or the other upon his hiring. Didn’t really care too much when he came out and said he “wasn’t going to kiss Belichick’s rings” either.
    But this back and forth with Channing crowder is something else. Really, it is beyond unprofessional and unbecoming of ANY coach to get into this type of rhetoric…never mind a HEAD coach without a single game under his belt. Head coaches, in particular, need to stay above the fray and lead the team by example. (Belichick haters, insert cheating comment here.)
    I wonder if Tannenbaum & Woody Johnson are beginning to regret hiring this buffoon , because the more he talks, the more likely this Jets team is likely to devolve into an undisciplined train wreck. But, as history tells us, train wrecks can be fun to watch.

  8. GregorioRossini says: Jun 10, 2009 9:37 PM

    WHY CANT THIS BE A:
    Matt Light vs. Channing Crowder fight
    One grabs dreads, and the other tries to pull away, while being slapped over the back of the head……………………………………………………………………………………………..
    …………………………………………….
    Instead:
    Fat man vs. Professional athlete

  9. Bradw412 says: Jun 10, 2009 9:40 PM

    VBG pretty much said it

  10. PackDaddy says: Jun 10, 2009 9:42 PM

    good point at the end.. the rex ryan show thus far has to have created a predetermined image of rob ryan as a potential head coach. I still think its too early though to say that’s a bad thing. lets wait and see if it energizes the team and brings new success

  11. adamsilver says: Jun 10, 2009 9:58 PM

    Yeah, FlorioBorio, he’s creating hype just like Lane Kiffin is for UT. Does he really want to be in that boat? Crowder is OWNING him in this back-and-forth. Esp. saying his daddy could kick his arse. Ever see Randy Crowder play? Guy was huge and dominant and would kill the pudgy Ryan.

  12. Schmedley says: Jun 10, 2009 10:06 PM

    Like father like son:
    1) fat – check
    2) bombastic – check
    3) can’t win a playoff game – TBD

  13. Ammo says: Jun 10, 2009 10:08 PM

    Perhaps Mangini wasn’t crazy for running a tight ship after all.
    I know Romeo Crennel wasn’t a comedian like Rex Ryan is, but he ran the same kind of loose culture that Rex Ryan is trying to create in New York.
    At least in the case of Rob Ryan in Cleveland, Mangini can play the role of “disciplinarian” while Rob can be the “players’ coach” creating an interesting dynamic. But the head coach MUST discipline the guys if the coordinator’s gonna be the players’ coach.

  14. bradyswingman says: Jun 10, 2009 10:13 PM

    FlorioBorio how the hell do the Pats and their fans even factor into this? This is a story between Ryan and Crowder. Talk about insecure.

  15. bigchiefblake says: Jun 10, 2009 10:14 PM

    “The only ones who are outside of the loop are the Pats and their whiny fans, whom the joke is on. ”
    The joke:
    The Patriots whooping them up and down the field will be hilarious!

  16. eeerockski says: Jun 10, 2009 10:21 PM

    This is getting old. Even if he is joking, there’s gonna come a time when these 2 teams face each other and someone’s gonna look real stupid. I want to believe that Ryan is gonna make a helluva good coach, but he’s acting childish. All this bs back and forth with a player is a rookie mistake, in my eyes, even if it’s a minor one. What’s he gonna say if his defense gets lit up by these guys? Or the team as a whole? He’s not in Bmore anymore, so hopefully his defense brings it on the same level. He better not ever try to fine one of his players for drawing a penalty while talkin smack, cause he won’t really have a leg to stand on.

  17. Proman1 says: Jun 10, 2009 10:21 PM

    This is great! Rex Ryan is going to make this upcoming season unforgettable. I hate the Jets and Ryan is giving the other teams all the more reason to run up the score on the garbage Jets. I am going to thoroughly enjoy watching the Jets get demolished this year.

  18. Bob Zombie says: Jun 10, 2009 10:35 PM

    Ryan “knows his guys.” What, in the biblical sense? He doesn’t know squat about “his guys”; he’s a rookie head coach who hasn’t run his first training camp or even completed a relatively meaningless preseason game–”meaningless” of course, to everyone but a rookie head coach.
    When it’s September and “his guys” have fallen on their collective faces, he will realize too late that he should have gutted their lame roster and attempted (ahem) to build a championship team from the ground up, not play out a limp-wristed fat guy impression of frontal lobe-challenged Vince McMahon.
    The only thing funnier than this back & forth with Crowder is the fact that some Bills fans think Buffalo won’t be envious of either one of them come next December. Should Canada win the Bills in an Ebay auction for $1.50 plus shipping, I suppose they could root for Toronto.

  19. tonyinmd says: Jun 10, 2009 10:41 PM

    As a Ravens fan who has seen and listened to Rex for 9 years, this is who he is.
    He is loud, blunt, but likes to have fun and his players absolutely love him. The fans will love him too. At least the home teams fans.
    I wish he was still here as he brought a lot of energy and enthusiasm to the team and I’m sure he is doing the same with the Jets. Too bad we are in the same conference…

  20. hayward giablommi says: Jun 10, 2009 10:52 PM

    @ bradyswingman, adamsilver, bigchiefblake
    Don’t waste your time with Borio. He/she is just some dweeb who got (likely is still getting) his/her lunch money stolen every day by a Pats fan- before finally snapping.
    Henceforth, he/she has devoted his/her life to sitting on the computer, anxiously awaiting any story remotely relating to the Pats, so he/she can proceed to post passive aggressive comments about how Pats fans are “pathetic” “loser” “whiny” “crybabies”. Nothing of value or substance.
    Again, just some friendly advice, don’t waste your time. Judge for yourself by the vitroilic, nonsensical response that surely will follow. Cheers.

  21. FlorioBorio says: Jun 10, 2009 10:59 PM

    adamsilver says:
    June 10th, 2009 at 9:58 pm
    Yeah, FlorioBorio, he’s creating hype just like Lane Kiffin is for UT. Does he really want to be in that boat? Crowder is OWNING him in this back-and-forth. Esp. saying his daddy could kick his arse. Ever see Randy Crowder play? Guy was huge and dominant and would kill the pudgy Ryan.
    ____________
    Like I said, you are too stupid to realize that Ryan is pulling everyone’s chain.

  22. FlorioBorio says: Jun 10, 2009 10:59 PM

    hayward giablommi says:
    June 10th, 2009 at 9:34 pm
    Sorry to in fringe on your literary trademark, Mr. Florio, but……
    Wow.
    This Rex Ryan is really something else. I really had no opinion on Rex one way or the other upon his hiring. Didn’t really care too much when he came out and said he “wasn’t going to kiss Belichick’s rings” either.
    But this back and forth with Channing crowder is something else. Really, it is beyond unprofessional and unbecoming of ANY coach to get into this type of rhetoric…never mind a HEAD coach without a single game under his belt. Head coaches, in particular, need to stay above the fray and lead the team by example. (Belichick haters, insert cheating comment here.)
    I wonder if Tannenbaum & Woody Johnson are beginning to regret hiring this buffoon , because the more he talks, the more likely this Jets team is likely to devolve into an undisciplined train wreck. But, as history tells us, train wrecks can be fun to watch.
    ____________
    Yet another fool.

  23. JoeSixPack says: Jun 10, 2009 11:00 PM

    If Ryan were a poker player he’d be “all in” on his intial hand.
    Either he’s going to look like a bold fearless prophet, or he’ll be the laughingstock of the NFL. Ryan’s not left too much room in the middle.
    Parcells and Sparano aren’t about to reel Crowder in. The more he gets Ryan to trash talk the better.

  24. FlorioBorio says: Jun 10, 2009 11:01 PM

    bradyswingman says:
    June 10th, 2009 at 10:13 pm
    FlorioBorio how the hell do the Pats and their fans even factor into this? This is a story between Ryan and Crowder. Talk about insecure.
    _____________
    Then why are YOU here, Pats fan? Since this is an article about the Fins and the Jets. Seems to me that you are the one who is insecure (though not nearly as insecure as heywood jablowtheentirepatsteam).

  25. mrmagoo says: Jun 10, 2009 11:01 PM

    If Ryan really believed he should be where he is, he’d shut up and coach. I hope he’s sending Peter King the agent’s cut since King’s endless pimping got him the job.

  26. coco says: Jun 10, 2009 11:02 PM

    bradyswingman says:
    June 10th, 2009 at 9:27 pm
    Ryan is really making himself look like an idiot every time he opens his mouth. Somebody from the Jets PR department needs to remind him this isn’t the WWE
    ====================================================
    Amen, bradyswingman!

  27. FlorioBorio says: Jun 10, 2009 11:03 PM

    bigchiefblake says:
    June 10th, 2009 at 10:14 pm
    “The only ones who are outside of the loop are the Pats and their whiny fans, whom the joke is on. ”
    The joke:
    The Patriots whooping them up and down the field will be hilarious!
    ___________
    The joke: The same joke that the Giants put on the Pats in the Super Bowl two years ago. Pats fans disappeared from the sports boards for weeks en masse afterwards. The rest of us sure got a big laugh out of that one.

  28. fdajets says: Jun 10, 2009 11:10 PM

    Rex Ryan is a joke. The Jets are a joke. Favre wasn’t the answer and neither is this moron. But all the better for the Dolphins. October 12th can’t come fast enough for the Dolphins to hand Rex and the Jets their collective ass. F DA JETS!

  29. roughingtheholder says: Jun 10, 2009 11:55 PM

    Not a Jets fan, but I would wait until the end of the season before you judge Ryan’s “strategy”. I think more than anything, he is trying to get his troops fired up. If he learned half of what his father knew about motivating defenses than the Jets will be a force to be reckoned with. His old man once made Jimmy Johnson piss his pants.

  30. BuddyRyan says: Jun 11, 2009 2:41 AM

    The Jets have a winner in town now.
    I hate to break it to all you whiny bitches, but it really doesn’t matter what gets said before the game. Whoever has the better players and better game plan will win. The NFL is all about selling tickets and being entertaining, and thats what Rex Ryan does. But he will stick around because he’s a sharp football guy and knows how to win. Belichick lucks out and gets Tom Brady as his QB, and the entire league thinks that you have to act like the CIA to win a football game .What a joke. Hopefully Rex will change that culture. To all those who think that Belichick’s paranoid style of dealing with the media actually wins games, how did that work out for him in Cleveland?

  31. LuvThatDirtyWatah says: Jun 11, 2009 7:03 AM

    Ryan is totally unprofessional. He and the Jets deserve each other.

  32. Mike D says: Jun 11, 2009 8:00 AM

    This is clearly all in good fun and I personally I think its pretty entertaining. I dont know what kind of coach Ryan is going to be (I suspect a good one), but hes nothing if not original.
    And no, im not a NYJ homer.

  33. roboninja says: Jun 11, 2009 8:50 AM

    Look, I hate the Jets as much as the next AFC East fan, but this is simply too entertaining to want it to stop. Rivalries are a good thing, and anything like this that can bolster the hatred, I am all for it. We get way too many answers-by-rote as it is, and when someone stands up and speaks their mind (joking around in the process), they get ripped apart like this. We have that to thank for our millionth “One game at a time, give 110%” answer.

  34. We_Miss_You_Dan says: Jun 11, 2009 9:01 AM

    First off, I like how all the dumbass Patriot fans come on here and mention the non-fight between Crowder and Light. Light’s weak ass looked like a moron in that game, and should have been the only one thrown out. It’s just like fans of a cheating team to cheer on one of theie cheating players while he acts like a total bitch on national TV.
    Second, I think it’s funny what’s going on between Crowder and Ryan. If you listen to the latest comments on NFLN (which most of you lame ass Pats fans probably don’t watch cause it isn’t biased enough for you), it seems like this is just a fun joke to Ryan. I mean come on, “See if you can top this”? It’s obviously just a joke.
    I don’t expect any Pats fans to get the term “obvious” because it’s OBVIOUS your team cheated and you still don’t get it.

  35. promichael says: Jun 11, 2009 9:02 AM

    The only thing that Rex Ryan appears to be able to take care of is a
    big fat hero. His mouth is certainly big enough to consume food at a
    very high rate. I think fat Rex is trying to bring bravado to the Jets with
    his fat mouth. Good luck Rex just make sure you’ve had a recent Dr.
    visit before you risk really getting into any fights.

  36. footballnut says: Jun 11, 2009 9:17 AM

    FlorioBorio says:
    June 10th, 2009 at 9:28 pm
    You guys are just too stupid that Rex Ryan is just creating hype for the upcoming season by needling Crowder. He and the Jets are probably laughing at all of you fools who are taking this way too seriously. Crowder, who is a practical joker as well, is probably in on the joke too. The only ones who are outside of the loop are the Pats and their whiny fans, whom the joke is on.
    You’re whining again…Even the Steelers fans are laughing at Rex Ryan.
    Leaders don’t talk shit and if you’re a fan of someone it shouldn’t surprise any of us as that’s all you do from your computer…you’re a punk just like Rex…
    For the first time in my life I will be rooting for the Fins when they square off against the little brothers of the Giants…
    Not to mention you called a Pats fan insecure for reading this thread, for reading it. But you’re constantly on Pats threads and posting trash so what does that make you?

  37. RaiderMight says: Jun 11, 2009 9:56 AM

    Great way to promote the new season. I know the Jets have been trying anything under the sun to sell those boxes. First Trump in their ads, a bunch of celebs, and now this.
    It’s exactly what the PR department wants. :)

  38. joey-pickles says: Jun 11, 2009 10:35 AM

    A: Florio the wordsmith has once again succeeded in “quoting” a source in the most entertaining way possible.
    B: Pats fans are just too funny. They are either so wrapped up in a red, white, blue & silver haze to take a joke, or are barely hanging on to the bandwagon enough to understand what’s going on. There is no grey area…
    C: All of this is way too entertaining IN JUNE for me to want any of it to stop.
    GO JETS!!!

  39. GR365 says: Jun 11, 2009 10:38 AM

    Rex is acting like a fool! If Rex’s original point was to let BB know there’s a new Sheriff in town, he failed miserably!
    This thing has now shifted to Crowder? Florio, have you ever seen this type of behavior before? I know you think it’s fun and games, but isn’t there better ways to motivate your team? You know what this reminds me of? Are not, are too! Oh yeah, Oh yeah, says who, says me. 3rd grader stuff!
    This is just stupidily silly and any message he may have tried to send BB has been lost in translation.
    This is paramount to Clinton taking on gays in the military as his first act as President! Dumb, really dumb!

  40. VaBthang4 says: Jun 11, 2009 11:15 AM

    Dude, I didnt even understand what you wrote. Ugh.

  41. Vox Veritas says: Jun 11, 2009 11:17 AM

    In Texas, we have a saying about people like the Ryan family: All hat, no cattle. Another one: They’re so dumb they couldn’t pour piss out of a boot if there was a hole in the toe and instructions on the heel”.

  42. mixman34 says: Jun 11, 2009 11:20 AM

    I just can’t believe how much scrolling i have to do on this site to get to the good stuff…….. NEXT!

  43. hayward giablommi says: Jun 11, 2009 11:24 AM

    @ joey-pickles
    I don’t know whether Ryan is serious or not, but to a large extent, it doesn’t really make a difference. If he is serious, then he’d better win the division this year, or else. But even if he’s joking, he’s still an idiot to allow himself to be suckered into this kind of back and forth with a division opponant.
    Personally, if I were a Jest fan, I would much rather have a team that’s all business and wins (i.e . 98 Jets Parcells/Belichick team) versus one that entertains but still sucks (likely outcome this year).
    I do agree, though, that this is entertaining, and I’d love to see it continue, but only because my team is not involved. I’d be cringing if it were.
    .

  44. Ralphie says: Jun 11, 2009 11:35 AM

    Florio Borio,
    You are a small fish in a small pond and this sorry forum is your pathetic sounding board. Like the men’s john at Heinz Field, everyone urinates in this equal opportunity toilet of digitized discussion in which you are the King. Keep repeating to yourself “I’m the King damn it!”

  45. LAJetsFan says: Jun 11, 2009 12:21 PM

    Rex Ryan is just having fun. Geez. Like people have said before, watch his press conferences. None of this is serious…except maybe from Channing Crowder’s side, but in that case I guess nobody has a problem with it.
    I know everyone hates the Jets. That’s fine. I know how all that hatred works. The more trash you talk about another team, the less time you have to sit and worry about how bad your own team is. And if you’re really resorting to criticizing a coach for having a little fun and joking around, your team must be REALLY bad.
    Once again, Rex just likes to play around. In case you forgot, football’s a game. He hasn’t come out and said the Jets are going to win 16 games and destroy every other team. Far from it. He’s said that the Jets are going to play tough and give 100% and he doesn’t except anything less than their best…which to me, is a whole lot better than listening to every other coach BS his way through another politically correct press conference.
    Tell it like it is, Rex!

  46. LAJetsFan says: Jun 11, 2009 12:33 PM

    And by the way, I dread the day when football’s nothing but a business, just a collection of troops who play by the books under threat of courtmartial and exile. Seriously, I can’t believe people would rather see a business that wins all the time than an entertaining, fun team that isn’t at good.
    What’s the fun in rooting for a team you can’t relate to? What kind of fan doesn’t want to hear their head coach having fun and getting his players riled up at the same time? At what point did being a football fan become so strict that people freak out when a coach jokes around with an antagonistic opponent?
    For anyone who cares, I haven’t been this excited about the Jets in a long time. I’m not sitting here saving up to buy Super Bowl tickets – I’m not crazy. But everyday I become happier and happier that the Jets snagged Rex Ryan instead of some other coach. It’s kind of mind-boggling to me that Florio talks about the “fiery” Ryan family as if that’s a bad thing.
    Really? Was that serious comment, or just a joke? Because you apparently can’t see a joke when Rex Ryan’s telling one, so maybe I can’t see when you’re telling one.
    If there’s ever a day when I don’t see passion and fire and fun when I watch the Jets, I might as well mail in my tickets and call it a day. Woody and Tanny, when the hired Rex, guaranteed that the Jets will have fire and passion and fun when they play, and that’s really all I can ask for out of a football team. I can’t root for just a generic combination of players, trained without spirit or inspiration, to win at all costs.
    If that’s what you guys want, you can have ‘em.

  47. bpenlandjr says: Jun 11, 2009 1:34 PM

    J-E-T-S
    SUCK! SUCK! SUCK!
    ’nuff said!

  48. joey-pickles says: Jun 11, 2009 2:04 PM

    @ LAJetsFan
    AMEN, man! A-Fkn-MEN!!!
    I heard time and again last Sept/Oct how the Pats were no fun to watch anymore without Brady. And from whose mouth were these words shooting… A Pats fan of course.
    That’s what winning does to a fan. The only thing worth doing is to continue winning. Perhaps they should watch Varsity Blues…
    Hook’n’Later Left… Hook’n’Later Left!!!

  49. bpenlandjr says: Jun 11, 2009 3:27 PM

    joey-pickles says:
    Hook’n’Later Left… Hook’n’Later Left!!!
    You must be a Jets fan. Only you would spell with a New York accent too!
    English Translation:
    Hook and Ladder Left… Hook and Ladder Left!!!
    J-E-T-S
    SUCK! SUCK! SUCK!

  50. joey-pickles says: Jun 11, 2009 3:46 PM

    @ bpenlandjr
    Yes, and you must be a Patsie… unable to take a joke… lol

  51. joey-pickles says: Jun 11, 2009 3:50 PM

    Wait, and now dropping the i’s and g’s from words like front’n and hate’n is a NY thing.
    Damn, we are pretty cool…
    Far supperior to words like Ca’ (car) and reta’ded (retarded)…
    bpenlandjr, you wicked reta’ded!

  52. bpenlandjr says: Jun 11, 2009 5:52 PM

    @joey-pickles
    Noooooooooo, not a Belicheater disciple. That’s only 1/2 step above being a Jest fan.

  53. FlorioBorio says: Jun 11, 2009 6:33 PM

    footballnut says:
    June 11th, 2009 at 9:17 am
    FlorioBorio says:
    June 10th, 2009 at 9:28 pm
    You guys are just too stupid that Rex Ryan is just creating hype for the upcoming season by needling Crowder. He and the Jets are probably laughing at all of you fools who are taking this way too seriously. Crowder, who is a practical joker as well, is probably in on the joke too. The only ones who are outside of the loop are the Pats and their whiny fans, whom the joke is on.
    You’re whining again…Even the Steelers fans are laughing at Rex Ryan.
    Leaders don’t talk shit and if you’re a fan of someone it shouldn’t surprise any of us as that’s all you do from your computer…you’re a punk just like Rex…
    For the first time in my life I will be rooting for the Fins when they square off against the little brothers of the Giants…
    Not to mention you called a Pats fan insecure for reading this thread, for reading it. But you’re constantly on Pats threads and posting trash so what does that make you?
    _____________
    Who’s talking shit from their computer? The only punk here is you, chump.
    And I called the Pats fans insecure because he accused others of the same, yet he was here reading AND posting on a Jets/Fins thread. He got called out for being exactly the same as someone whom he was criticizing.
    As for what all of this makes me. Better than you will ever be.

  54. FlorioBorio says: Jun 11, 2009 6:36 PM

    Ralphie says:
    June 11th, 2009 at 11:35 am
    Florio Borio,
    You are a small fish in a small pond and this sorry forum is your pathetic sounding board. Like the men’s john at Heinz Field, everyone urinates in this equal opportunity toilet of digitized discussion in which you are the King. Keep repeating to yourself “I’m the King damn it!”
    _________
    Don’t need to claim any such thing. I agree that this is an equal opportunity toilet. I just object when Pats fans in particular troll other threads yet complain when others post on Pats threads. I’m all for free speech here, and will call others out that post hypocritical diatribes that are aimed at suppressing only the opinions of those with whom they disagree.

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