'Our time'

'Our time'

There are 43 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Nov 1, 2007, titled 'Our time'. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

Jeff Saturday provided the rallying cry during a team meeting the night before. "This is our time," the veteran center implored, his sky-blue eyes fixed and glistening, reaching into those of each teammate.

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TMD

United States

#23 Nov 5, 2007
Bob wrote:
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I bet you laughed so hard that you could not come out and play today.
What no more nauseating googled stats?
I thought you and KG had given up on Our Time. KG keeps saying that "Fredo" is dead to him over and over again, and you keep jumping on every post that OT makes.

Seriously, isn't it time to bury the hatchet and make up?
TMD

United States

#24 Nov 5, 2007
Bob wrote:
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Boy, that certainly was proved yesterday!
Does anybody really doubt in a contest between the Colts and Miami what the outcome would be?

Give the Colts Harrison or Gonzales and the outcome to yesterday's game would have been quite different.
Bob

United States

#25 Nov 5, 2007
TMD wrote:
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I thought you and KG had given up on Our Time. KG keeps saying that "Fredo" is dead to him over and over again, and you keep jumping on every post that OT makes.
Seriously, isn't it time to bury the hatchet and make up?
I have not "given up" on Our Time.....there is still hope that he will see the light, come over to the winning side, and stop his incessant lying.

TMD, I have posted to maybe 10 of his comments in the past couple of weeks.
Bob

United States

#26 Nov 5, 2007
TMD wrote:
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Does anybody really doubt in a contest between the Colts and Miami what the outcome would be?
Give the Colts Harrison or Gonzales and the outcome to yesterday's game would have been quite different.
Probably (i am only suggesting) 30-21, Colts.

I was mocking the suggestion about Miami's offense putting up 28 (21 actually, one TD was by their D), and that Indy only put up 20.
Bob

United States

#27 Nov 5, 2007
TMD wrote:
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Give the Colts Harrison or Gonzales and the outcome to yesterday's game would have been quite different.
Put Rodney and Seau in the game in the AFCCG last year and the turnout might have been different....the final scores are all that count, not "What ifs."
TMD

United States

#28 Nov 5, 2007
Bob wrote:
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Put Rodney and Seau in the game in the AFCCG last year and the turnout might have been different....the final scores are all that count, not "What ifs."
I'll give you that Rodney would have made a difference, but SEAU?

The game would probably have somehow wound up in overtime. It's anybody's guess as to the outcome. I personally believe the Colts had the Belichick puzzle figured out by the start of the 2nd half (as evidenced by 3 straight TDs to start the 2nd half).

At full strength these teams are about as evenly matched as 2 teams can be. The rest of the league is miles behind these 2. It's a shame these teams can't meet in the SB. Maybe it's time to consider a seeding system so the 2 truly best teams will play in the final every year.
Bob

United States

#29 Nov 5, 2007
TMD wrote:
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At full strength these teams are about as evenly matched as 2 teams can be. The rest of the league is miles behind these 2. It's a shame these teams can't meet in the SB. Maybe it's time to consider a seeding system so the 2 truly best teams will play in the final every year.
Agreed about the best two teams...the best conference by far.

What I like now is that the "head games" have returned to the Pats, just as I believe Indy was in the Pats heads the past two years.
Our Time

Warwick, MA

#30 Nov 5, 2007
Bob wrote:
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I have not "given up" on Our Time.....there is still hope that he will see the light, come over to the winning side, and stop his incessant lying.
TMD, I have posted to maybe 10 of his comments in the past couple of weeks.
Bob,

The last time you got into this, I responded to your first accusation, but decided to give it a rest when you did again, even more vociferously. However, your continued claims regarding my “incessant lying” amount to libel.

Please read again. I was pointing out that other posters use the term “Dolts” and that I can take it. There is nothing there that can be construed as saying you are one of them.
Our Time

Warwick, MA

#31 Nov 5, 2007
#66
Bob wrote:
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I thought you did not call them "Patsie"...
#70
joebachi wrote:
OK, better make sure you Dolt fans bring your crying towels to the game. Dolts are going down on Nov 4. Sanders will get burned, Manning will be confused and Polian will find something else to bitch about. Damn crybabies all of you!!
#72
Our Time wrote:
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You tried to call me on that before. I didn't deny doing it then. I said "It's part of the trash talkin arsenal."
Remember?
#73
Our Time wrote:
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Please note the poster above who calls us all “Dolts.” I can take it, how about you?
I just don’t go in for all that idiotic talk about trashing each others’ city, state, educational system, local culture, median income, or any of that other nonsense that has nothing to do with football.
#74
Bob wrote:
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Our Time, I kind of lost respect for you with the whole KG thing, but I have never referred to the Colts as the Dolts....never.
I also have never trashed your city, state, educational system, local culture, median income, or any of that other nonsense that has nothing to do with football. Never.
I will accept your apology at any time.
#77
Our Time wrote:
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Good for you. Unfortunately, there are a great number of fans who quickly sink to that level.
BTW, I do seem to recall you making some cess pool comments about NJ, repeatedly.
#85
Bob wrote:
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You suck at debate, when you can't get out of your lies and flase claims, you waffle, rationalize and deflect.
My assertion was I have never trashed your city, state, educational system, local culture, median income, or any of that other nonsense that has nothing to do with football. Never
You waffle, rationalize and deflect to me writing that NJ is a cesspool (which I said, and it is). Is that your state?
You also lied and wrote that I have called the ColtsDolts, which is total fabrication....I have the utmost respect and havenever resorted to Sesame Street , Nursery School name-calling of any team on this board.
http://www.topix.com/forum/nfl/indianapolis-c...
Our Time

Warwick, MA

#32 Nov 5, 2007
Again, I never said that you ever called the Colts “Dolts.” Your assertion that I “lied” or fabricated something is the result of poor reading comprehension on your part. You got all in a huff, demanding an apology over nothing.

I would expect someone who claims to be a Christian not to commit libel.
Bob

United States

#33 Nov 5, 2007
Our Time wrote:
Again, I never said that you ever called the Colts “Dolts.” Your assertion that I “lied” or fabricated something is the result of poor reading comprehension on your part. You got all in a huff, demanding an apology over nothing.
I would expect someone who claims to be a Christian not to commit libel.
Libel....libel....libel....thi s is practice.

Your comment:

Our Time wrote:
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Please note the poster above who calls us all “Dolts.”

This was a qouted comment by you to me. What, is your memory slipping?

A plain and simple lie. I never have referred to the Colts as Dolts....Never

It is ggod to be a Pats fan.
Bob

United States

#34 Nov 5, 2007
Our Time wrote:
Again, I never said that you ever called the Colts “Dolts.” Your assertion that I “lied” or fabricated something is the result of poor reading comprehension on your part. You got all in a huff, demanding an apology over nothing.
I would expect someone who claims to be a Christian not to commit libel.
Oh, BTW, I don't get in a huff....this is simply a forum. Smile!
Our Time

Warwick, MA

#35 Nov 5, 2007
Bob wrote:
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Libel....libel....libel....thi s is practice.
Your comment:
Our Time wrote:
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Please note the poster above who calls us all “Dolts.”
This was a qouted comment by you to me. What, is your memory slipping?
A plain and simple lie. I never have referred to the Colts as Dolts....Never
It is ggod to be a Pats fan.
Your reading comprehension is atrocious. The point of quoting that other poster (who was only one of dozens of people who do that) was to show that that's part of the trash talkin mode. There's nothing there to indicate an accusation of you doing it.

So many chips on your shoulder.

Others (not you) say "Dolt" and I'll say "Patsie" whenever I feel like it. That was the point.

Observer

United States

#36 Nov 5, 2007
Whose time is it now? That's what I thought.
Our Time

Warwick, MA

#37 Nov 5, 2007
Bob wrote:
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You suck at debate, when you can't get out of your lies and flase claims, you waffle, rationalize and deflect.
My assertion was I have never trashed your city, state, educational system, local culture, median income, or any of that other nonsense that has nothing to do with football. Never
You waffle, rationalize and deflect to me writing that NJ is a cesspool (which I said, and it is). Is that your state?
You also lied and wrote that I have called the ColtsDolts, which is total fabrication....I have the utmost respect and havenever resorted to Sesame Street , Nursery School name-calling of any team on this board.
'Huff, huff, huff.'

You bear false witness against me,

You see lies and insults where none were intended (paranoia) due to multiple chips on your shoulder

You are a hypocrite.

just

Miamisburg, OH

#38 Nov 5, 2007
the regular season, people
what goes around
comes around
watch your back NE
Bob

United States

#39 Nov 5, 2007
Our Time wrote:
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Your reading comprehension is atrocious. The point of quoting that other poster (who was only one of dozens of people who do that) was to show that that's part of the trash talkin mode. There's nothing there to indicate an accusation of you doing it.
So many chips on your shoulder.
Others (not you) say "Dolt" and I'll say "Patsie" whenever I feel like it. That was the point.
No, the point was you replied to me, and said..."this from the one" blah, blah, blah....you can't erase what you said, so rather than apologize you deflect and rationalize....nothing wrong with my reading comprehension....you are not writing to an illiterate.

Good evening Fredo.

Oh, and go Pats!
TMD

United States

#40 Nov 6, 2007
Bob wrote:
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Agreed about the best two teams...the best conference by far.
What I like now is that the "head games" have returned to the Pats, just as I believe Indy was in the Pats heads the past two years.
What makes you think the Pats are in the Colts' heads? The Colts held their own through 3 1/2 quarters in Sunday's game, and opened up the game with a sack of Brady.

They looked to me like they expected to win despite the fact that the Pats had blown everybody out to that point. I think both teams know they can beat the other, and that they have to play almost perfect football to win.

Two giants slugging it out. I love these kind of games!
TMD

United States

#41 Nov 6, 2007
Our Time wrote:
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'Huff, huff, huff.'
You bear false witness against me,
You see lies and insults where none were intended (paranoia) due to multiple chips on your shoulder
You are a hypocrite.
C'mon Our Time. Don't you think it's time to let bygones be bygones? This is supposed to be fans talking about their teams. What happened in the past is the past. Let's move on.

Let's get back to banging heads and bumping chests! Go Colts! Go Buckeyes!
Bob

United States

#42 Nov 6, 2007
TMD wrote:
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What makes you think the Pats are in the Colts' heads? The Colts held their own through 3 1/2 quarters in Sunday's game, and opened up the game with a sack of Brady.
They looked to me like they expected to win despite the fact that the Pats had blown everybody out to that point. I think both teams know they can beat the other, and that they have to play almost perfect football to win.
Two giants slugging it out. I love these kind of games!
Losing (especially at home) has a way of giving the victor the psychological edge when they meet again.

It was a great game (besides the crappy officiating).

Pittsburg looked tough last night too, even if they were (offense) starting from a short distance to endzone for the most part. Their D looked good, but that is not the most difficult thing in the world to do against the Baltimore O.

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