Tom Brady is Impossible

Aug 7, 2014 Full story: Pats Pulpit 108

Some may point to John Elway or Peyton Manning as the best comeback quarterback of all time.

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Zoo Bear

Cypress, CA

#1 Aug 9, 2014
And he does it with less than average quality receivers. That means his windows are smaller and YAC is less. His margins of error is smaller than all the other QBs but somehow he is the only one who makes it happen with such regularity. Says a lot about why he is the best and in the know football insiders hold him in such high regard.
Gisele

Miami, FL

#2 Aug 11, 2014
I too want to have Brady's baby.
Flatulence Fred

United States

#3 Aug 11, 2014
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#4 Aug 11, 2014
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Gisele

United States

#5 Aug 11, 2014
Zoo Bear wrote:
His margins of error is smaller than all the other QBs ...
That isnt the only thing that is smaller.
Flatulence Fred

United States

#6 Aug 11, 2014
http://www.patriotsplanet.com/BB/showthread.p...

This is important football talk.
peaceful easy feeling

Miami, FL

#7 Aug 11, 2014
"Resort towns are prone to frivolous lawsuits, but Big Sky has created its own league. The state's judges have had to decide who gets discount lift tickets and who gets to take tourists on horseback rides. And it's taken the justices on the Montana Supreme Court to decide whether horse farts should be allowed in Big Sky's neighborhoods.(A lawyer's motion warned that pet horses would result in "resounding, egregious divestitures of abdominal gas echoing through the hills and vales of this otherwise peaceful area ... ")"
Jake

Cypress, CA

#8 Aug 11, 2014
Gisele wrote:
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That isnt the only thing that is smaller.
I agree. Like the numbers in the press corps that sees things accurately.
And the media types willing to print the truth instead of hyping Manning.
Good catch.
Jake

Cypress, CA

#9 Aug 11, 2014
peaceful easy feeling wrote:
"Resort towns are prone to frivolous lawsuits, but Big Sky has created its own league. The state's judges have had to decide who gets discount lift tickets and who gets to take tourists on horseback rides. And it's taken the justices on the Montana Supreme Court to decide whether horse farts should be allowed in Big Sky's neighborhoods.(A lawyer's motion warned that pet horses would result in "resounding, egregious divestitures of abdominal gas echoing through the hills and vales of this otherwise peaceful area ... ")"
Was impressed when I saw you use multisyllabic words. Then I noticed that they were all in quotes, so, never mind.
Syllable Hump

Miami, FL

#10 Aug 12, 2014
Jake wrote:
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Was impressed when I saw you use multisyllabic words. Then I noticed that they were all in quotes, so, never mind.
I am impressed that you haven't answered your own posts in this thread. Maybe the meds are working.
Flatulence Fred

United States

#11 Aug 12, 2014


Jake...jack....farting in bath tubs...
Flatulence Fred

United States

#12 Aug 12, 2014
What Are Gas and Flatulence?

Flatulence is a medical term for releasing gas from the digestive system through the anus. It is also commonly known as farting, passing wind, or having gas. It occurs when gas collects inside the digestive system.

Gas collects in two main ways. First, when you swallow air during eating or drinking, oxygen and nitrogen collect in the digestive tract. Second, as you digest food, digestive gases such as hydrogen, methane, and carbon dioxide collect. Either case can cause flatulence.

What Are the Causes of Flatulence?

Flatulence is very common, and it is estimated that a man will naturally pass wind between 14 and 25 times a day. A woman will pass gas between seven and 12 times per day (YUMMY). If you pass wind more frequently than this on a regular basis, you could be suffering from excessive flatulence, which has a number of causes.
PlanetFart

Miami, FL

#13 Aug 12, 2014
Pete

Cypress, CA

#14 Aug 14, 2014
Syllable Hump wrote:
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I am impressed that you haven't answered your own posts in this thread. Maybe the meds are working.
When you have to copy others instead of being original, it shows a lake of independent thought, but when you have to resort to name calling it just shows a lack of any thought at all.
Crude, rude and lewd is not the way you will want your loved ones to remember you.
Flatulence Fred

United States

#15 Aug 14, 2014
Q: Help! I farted in class and someone heard me! What can I do to get rid of my gas??

A: Believe it or not, the normal frequency of passing gas is 14-23 times per day! There are two major sources of intestinal gas: swallowed air and gas produced by bacteria in the colon. Most people who have problems with gas don't actually have excess gas in their intestines, but rather an increased sensitivity to normal amounts of gas.

If you're farting more often than 24 times a day (that's not a challenge, guys) or you're having difficulty keeping it from happening at inopportune times, you should take a look at what you're eating and how fast you're eating it.

Air swallowing is the major source of gas in the stomach. It's normal to swallow some air while eating, but drinking carbonated beverages, drinking through a straw, chewing gum and eating too quickly can cause you to swallow an excessive amount of air. Most swallowed air is released through burping, but what doesn't come up must go down.

Certain high-fiber and carbohydrate containing foods such as cabbage, Brussels sprouts, asparagus, beans, broccoli, and some whole grains may not break down well in your digestive tract. When they come into contact with the bacteria in your colon they ferment and produce lots of gas, as artfully demonstrated in the following classic scene from Blazing Saddles.
Zoo Bear Poop

Miami, FL

#16 Aug 14, 2014
Pete wrote:
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When you have to copy others instead of being original, it shows a lake of independent thought, but when you have to resort to name calling it just shows a lack of any thought at all.
Crude, rude and lewd is not the way you will want your loved ones to remember you.
You are a person of very low quality. What kind of leper douchepad answers his own posts and then denies doing so when it's so plainly evident?
Laughing Bear Fan

Denver, CO

#17 Aug 14, 2014
Zoo Bear Poop wrote:
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You are a person of very low quality. What kind of leper douchepad answers his own posts and then denies doing so when it's so plainly evident?
There is a drought in California, no river called De Nial
Zoo Bear Poop

Miami, FL

#18 Aug 14, 2014
Laughing Bear Fan wrote:
<quoted text>There is a drought in California, no river called De Nial
As long as his TV screen over at the sanitarium keeps showing Tom Brady bending over in those Pats white tights, all will be well.
Jake

Cypress, CA

#19 Aug 14, 2014
Zoo Bear Poop wrote:
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As long as his TV screen over at the sanitarium keeps showing Tom Brady bending over in those Pats white tights, all will be well.
Sorry to hear you are still stuck in the sanitarium. Maybe if you just watched the games and stopped focusing on the QBs butt they might change their minds that you are a preditor. Enjoy the games, forget about the butts. Wishing you a speedy recovery.
Jake the Flake

Miami, FL

#20 Aug 15, 2014
Jake wrote:
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Sorry to hear you are still stuck in the sanitarium. Maybe if you just watched the games and stopped focusing on the QBs butt they might change their minds that you are a preditor. Enjoy the games, forget about the butts. Wishing you a speedy recovery.
Man you're original. Must be that 182 IQ shining through. Belch.

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