currently the 19th ranked competitive eater in the world
Attack the Person, Not the Ideas:
Attack the person in some way. For example:
- Attack their expertise, questioning their qualifications or experience
- Comment on their inability to make a good argument
- Attach them to discredited others
You are not qualified to make such a statement.
You would say that, wouldn't you.
And who do you think is going to believe you.
Attacking the Person is a form of distraction, forcing them into defense and away from their argument.
Aside from Wallace growing up in NO and playing for Ole Miss and predictibly preferring warm weather: the Ohio state income tax rate is nearly 6% and it looks like the Cleveland municipal income tax rate is 2%. Beyond that PHilbin is a SB-winning offense coach, and I don't believe that Chud, as an NFL offensive coordinator has ever produced a team that even went .500.
So obviously raw numbers don't tell the whole story.
"I worry about wins; I don't worry about meaningless fantasy #s"
(fine for RT17 but not when it comes to someone's HC and beloved QB)
"Now I know that that the Tannehill supporters on this site really
don't know anything but are just emotional" - Paddy's Daddy
Don't believe this either way. Pretty much everybody in the front office of Cleveland now worked with Joe Banner (CEO of the Browns) in Philly, and Banner's never been one to throw money around like that. Hell, Philly fans blame their recent struggles on no longer having Banner
The above post is not subject to penalty under the TOS I declare the Hayden Fox defense. " It is impossible for the staff to know my context therefore I cannot be penalized"