Tom Brady is Impossible

Tom Brady is Impossible

There are 108 comments on the Pats Pulpit story from Aug 7, 2014, titled Tom Brady is Impossible. In it, Pats Pulpit reports that:

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

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Laughing Bear Fan

Denver, CO

#21 Aug 15, 2014
What the hell is a preditor?
Jake

Cypress, CA

#22 Aug 15, 2014
Zoo Bear Poop wrote:
<quoted text>
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?
Good question. Why don't you ask yourself?
As for our little band here, the majority believe you to be an uneducated dishonest perv (a few also believe the Denver and Miami respondents are brothers or the same guy. Its OK your secret is safe with us). Why else would you respond with such poorly thought out responses (uneducated), made up scenarios (dishonest) and lash out with sexually oriented attacks (perv), especially after your responses have been shown to be lacking in depth of thought (that's a nice way of saying you make things up). Bet that's how others who come in contact with you, see you too (uneducated, disonest, perv). And how many names have you been using on this site. We got you at dozens. Care to guess how many dozen? You are like Clintons accusing someone else of whatever shinanigans you are involved in. One thing is clear. Whatever you accuse someone else of we can all be sure you are involved in it yourself.
Like many others have told you...hoping for your improved mental, emotional, spiritual condition, wishing you the best. You are your own worst enemy.
Rubber band

Miami, FL

#23 Aug 18, 2014
Jake wrote:
<quoted text>
Good question. Why don't you ask yourself?
As for our little band here, the majority believe you to be an uneducated dishonest perv (a few also believe the Denver and Miami respondents are brothers or the same guy. Its OK your secret is safe with us). Why else would you respond with such poorly thought out responses (uneducated), made up scenarios (dishonest) and lash out with sexually oriented attacks (perv), especially after your responses have been shown to be lacking in depth of thought (that's a nice way of saying you make things up). Bet that's how others who come in contact with you, see you too (uneducated, disonest, perv). And how many names have you been using on this site. We got you at dozens. Care to guess how many dozen? You are like Clintons accusing someone else of whatever shinanigans you are involved in. One thing is clear. Whatever you accuse someone else of we can all be sure you are involved in it yourself.
Like many others have told you...hoping for your improved mental, emotional, spiritual condition, wishing you the best. You are your own worst enemy.
"Our little band"----is that what you call your 8 different personalities? The Band of Douches.

Using different screen names is OK.....it's the answering of your own posts and denying you are doing so that is so F'ing moronic.
Flatulence Fred

Houston, TX

#24 Aug 18, 2014
Home Remedies for Flatulence - Avoid having gassy foods

The best thing for getting rid of gas is to avoid gas forming foods. Avoid the following foods if you suffer a lot from flatulence:

Beans and other legumes
Wheat and wheat bran
Cabbage
Onions
Brussels sprouts
Apricots
bananas
Prunes
Milk and other dairy products (they can cause gas if you are lactose intolerant or have lesser amounts of the enzyme called lactase needed to digest dairy products)
Fatty meats
Fried foods
Cream sauces as well as gravies
Sugar substitutes (not all but many people cannot absorb sorbitol contained in sugar-free products)
Jake

Cypress, CA

#25 Aug 19, 2014
Flatulence Fred wrote:
http://www.patriotsplanet.com/ BB/showthread.php?t=22672
This is important football talk.
You lied the last few times so it's not worth viewing. Probably another moronic feed.
Best gues it's about puke, piss, puss, burps, mucous or some other distasteful topic that shows your distorted sense of humor and perversion.
Flatulence Fred

Houston, TX

#26 Aug 19, 2014
Intestinal gas facts

The usual cause of belching is excessive gas in the stomach that comes from swallowed air. However, discomfort in the abdomen for any reason also may cause belching. Therefore, belching does not always indicate the presence of excessive gas in the stomach.

Bloating is the subjective feeling that the abdomen is ful but does not necessarily mean that the abdomen is enlarged. Distention is the objective enlargement of the abdomen.

Continuous distention of the abdomen usually is caused by fluid, tumors, enlarged organs, or fat within the abdomen.

Intermittent distention of the abdomen may be caused by excessive formation of intestinal gas, as well as physical or functional obstruction of the intestines.

Flatulence (farting) results from the production of gas by bacteria within the intestines when they digest sugars and polysaccharides.
Terry

Cypress, CA

#27 Aug 20, 2014
Flatulence Fred wrote:
Intestinal gas facts
The usual cause of belching is excessive gas in the stomach that comes from swallowed air. However, discomfort in the abdomen for any reason also may cause belching. Therefore, belching does not always indicate the presence of excessive gas in the stomach.
Bloating is the subjective feeling that the abdomen is ful but does not necessarily mean that the abdomen is enlarged. Distention is the objective enlargement of the abdomen.
Continuous distention of the abdomen usually is caused by fluid, tumors, enlarged organs, or fat within the abdomen.
Intermittent distention of the abdomen may be caused by excessive formation of intestinal gas, as well as physical or functional obstruction of the intestines.
Flatulence (farting) results from the production of gas by bacteria within the intestines when they digest sugars and polysaccharides.
Still didn't answer a question put o you. Again, since you live in Denver, how does the altitude impact your expelled gas? Dissipates faster, slower, no change?
Chicago had the Bart Man now Denver has e fart man.
Flatulence Fred

Houston, TX

#28 Aug 20, 2014
Flatulence Fred wrote:
Intestinal gas facts

The usual cause of belching is excessive gas in the stomach that comes from swallowed air. However, discomfort in the abdomen for any reason also may cause belching. Therefore, belching does not always indicate the presence of excessive gas in the stomach.

Bloating is the subjective feeling that the abdomen is ful but does not necessarily mean that the abdomen is enlarged. Distention is the objective enlargement of the abdomen.
Continuous distention of the abdomen usually is caused by fluid, tumors, enlarged organs, or fat within the abdomen.

Intermittent distention of the abdomen may be caused by excessive formation of intestinal gas, as well as physical or functional obstruction of the intestines.

Flatulence (farting) results from the production of gas by bacteria within the intestines when they digest sugars and polysaccharides.
Candida and flatulence

Candida is a type of yeast, which can cause problems in the mouth, vagina and intestines. Yeast infection with Candida can cause flatulence. Candida causes flatulence much in the same way bacteria and parasites do – by eating sugars and starch.

About half of the people tested by a laboratory in the Netherlands had Candida albanicans in their intestines. MGlab, in Leeuwarden the Netherlands have done fecal diagnostics testing for tens of thousands of people with intestinal problems. Thousands of the test subjects suffer from chronic flatulence.

The laboratory measured the precense of Candida in about half of the tested stool samples, however in the majority of cases there was only a small amount. About 5% of the test subjests had significant amounts of Candida in the intestines. Treatment and diet against Candida for people with significant amounts of Candida in the intestines can help reduce flatulence.

The sugar and starch have to go
Although flatulence can be caused and exacerbated by a wide variety of factors, there is one common theme: the eating of sugar and starch makes it worse.

Here is a list of some of the foods that should be avoided to reduce flatulence:

Potatoes: fries, mashed potatoes, hash browns, potato chips etc.

Corn: corn flakes, corn chips etc.

Rice: rice crispies, rice crackers

Wheat: bread, pasta, pastries etc.

Sugar: candy, ice-cream, candy bars etc.

High sugar fruits. Though the vitamins in fruit are nice, many fruits are very sugary. Sugary fruits can cause flatulence, instead, eat low sugar alternatives, like raspberries strawberries or blueberries.
Bill Belifart

Miami, FL

#29 Aug 20, 2014
Mouth and Vagina problems afflict 95% of Tom Brady uberfans.
Laughing Bear Fan

Denver, CO

#30 Aug 20, 2014
Bill Belifart wrote:
Mouth and Vagina problems afflict 95% of Tom Brady uberfans.
They are (he is a) walking yeast infections
Flatulence Fred

Houston, TX

#31 Aug 20, 2014
Flatulence Fred wrote:
<quoted text>
Candida and flatulence

Candida is a type of yeast, which can cause problems in the mouth, vagina and intestines. Yeast infection with Candida can cause flatulence. Candida causes flatulence much in the same way bacteria and parasites do – by eating sugars and starch.

About half of the people tested by a laboratory in the Netherlands had Candida albanicans in their intestines. MGlab, in Leeuwarden the Netherlands have done fecal diagnostics testing for tens of thousands of people with intestinal problems. Thousands of the test subjects suffer from chronic flatulence.

The laboratory measured the precense of Candida in about half of the tested stool samples, however in the majority of cases there was only a small amount. About 5% of the test subjests had significant amounts of Candida in the intestines. Treatment and diet against Candida for people with significant amounts of Candida in the intestines can help reduce flatulence.

The sugar and starch have to go

Although flatulence can be caused and exacerbated by a wide variety of factors, there is one common theme: the eating of sugar and starch makes it worse.

Here is a list of some of the foods that should be avoided to reduce flatulence:

Potatoes: fries, mashed potatoes, hash browns, potato chips etc.
Corn: corn flakes, corn chips etc.
Rice: rice crispies, rice crackers
Wheat: bread, pasta, pastries etc.
Sugar: candy, ice-cream, candy bars etc.
High sugar fruits. Though the vitamins in fruit are nice, many fruits are very sugary. Sugary fruits can cause flatulence, instead, eat low sugar alternatives, like raspberries strawberries or blueberries.
Frequency
Actuated
Rectal
Tremor
Hound Dog

Cypress, CA

#32 Aug 20, 2014
Laughing Bear Fan wrote:
<quoted text>
They are (he is a) walking yeast infections
Got any comments in Peyton's forehead or garbled speech or INTs to go along with your obvious jealousy of Brady?
Pity Miami

Cypress, CA

#33 Aug 20, 2014
Zoo Bear Poop wrote:
<quoted text>
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?
I don't know, why do you do it and why do you blame others for actions clearly your own?
And then why do you use language clearly identified with the low quality you speak of and again project it onto another? Seems you need a caretaker to guide your life. Freedoms come with responsibilities, even freedom of speech. Clean it up or you will continue to come across as an emotional troll.
Pity Cypress

Miami, FL

#34 Aug 21, 2014
Pity Miami wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't know, why do you do it and why do you blame others for actions clearly your own?
And then why do you use language clearly identified with the low quality you speak of and again project it onto another? Seems you need a caretaker to guide your life. Freedoms come with responsibilities, even freedom of speech. Clean it up or you will continue to come across as an emotional troll.
Stop answering your own posts, then you'll have room to talk.

Also, get off Brady's scrotum. You're embarrassing yourself.
Flatulence Fred

Houston, TX

#35 Aug 21, 2014
Hound Dog:


Just Admit It — Canine Flatulence Is Funny, Right?(But Here’s How to Deal With It)

The relationship of owners to their dogs’ flatulence is a complicated one. We should be able to measure these opinions on a fartmeter.

People can have a sense of humor about it, like me, or they may be seriously annoyed, somewhat dismayed — or outright disgusted. Most people tend to bring up canine flatulence as an aside during the annual exam:“I just wish he wouldn’t fart so much.”

Well, both from a public relations point of view (clients like to be taken seriously) and a medical perspective, we should try to address dog farting as a problem to be reckoned with… and solved.

Bitsy, the Lady Macbeth of Farters

Nobody could clear a room more quickly than my obese coonhound, Bitsy.

I can still remember an evening long ago, when my husband arranged to have the first reading of Shakespeare’s The Tempest in our living room (he’s a director). The actors were just through the first act when I noticed a lot of shifty glancing and nervous embarrassment. They were not acting. They were uncomfortable.

In their midst lay Bitsy, stretched out in the middle of the room, snoring, and silently farting. Her flatulence did not so much as interrupt her snoring pattern.

As Bitsy produced a fog of putrification over the room, I guess they were wondering which actors had gone out for beans and burritos before the read-through, or were they happy they had not been invited?

I broke the icy stench with a rhymed couplet, apologizing for “the hound whose farting hath no bounds,” and removed the gassy wench before the sweetness of the Bard’s second act commenced. Then I lit some candles and exited stage left.

What Causes Your Dog to Toot?

Diet is by far the most common source of gas. Low-quality foods with fillers, table scraps and constant changes in the diet can add to gas.

Your dog may be particularly susceptible to lactose, corn or gluten, or may simply have a food sensitivity to certain meats, preservatives, etc. Many foods can cause gas. Here are some of the bigger offenders:

Starchy foods, mostly those containing wheat. Corn and potatoes fall into this category as well. Try a grain-free diet, or change the carb to rice. The gluten-free craze has made a lot of people feel better after eating, and your dog may benefit too.

Milk and dairy products. Certain dogs, like people, can be lactose-intolerant. Dogs don’t need dairy as treats anyway.

“Beans, beans, magical fruit…” Your dog doesn’t need to eat beans. This means soybeans too.
Oatmeal. Those steel-cut oats might have too much of a cleansing effect, if you get my meaning. Ever have that big bowl of Irish porridge in the morning and need a big ol’ Irish toilet on your way to work? Don’t share your oatmeal with your dog if she has a gas problem.
Vegetables. Onions, as well as the obvious offenders like asparagus, brussels sprouts, cabbage, and many more, cause a lot of gas. If you want to serve your pet veggies, carrots and green beans are often very safe for Nellie — and for the nose!
Football Fan

Cypress, CA

#36 Aug 22, 2014
Jake the Flake wrote:
<quoted text>
Man you're original. Must be that 182 IQ shining through. Belch.
Belch, wow, how intellectual and original. Just like a true Neanderthal. Still you attack others and fail to mention anything about football which is what this site is for. so a troll as well.
Your tie in with Laughing Bear Fan and his Flatulence soapbox makes sense. You both are a foul smell left to drift in the wind.
As for football news.
Peyton had the best Oline in the league last year despite not having his pro bowl left tackle to protect him. This year he is back so expect more of the same only better, greater protection.
Peyton also lost Decker but gained a better receiver in his place, Emmanuel Sanders, and a quality rookie for depth.
On defense the Broncos picked up three pro bowlers in TJ Ward at safety, Aquib Talib at corner and Marcus Ware at DE. Given that the Broncos are still in Denver and have the altitude advantage along with all these improvements, there is no way the Broncos can't win it all...except if Peyton throws INTs at inappropriate times as is his practice.
If Manning can play as well as a mid level QB in the playoffs he should be lifting the Lombardi in February. If he stays true to form as he has these past 16 years, then it's anybody's guess who will take it. Indy could surprise. San Francisco looks too injured to make a go at it. Seattle knows the path to victory, and Brady with a healthy team could work another miracle, doing more with less, as he always does.
Flatulence Fred

Houston, TX

#37 Aug 22, 2014
Re: Driving into flatulence

« Reply #25 on: January 08, 2014, 06:35:35 PM »

Quote from: bandit957 on January 08, 2014, 03:17:58 AM

Sometimes when you're in the car, you'll smell it, and the predictable cries of accusation always spring up. But I don't see how the source of it can be anyone in the car, for the car is moving. If they farted in the car, the stench would have been left behind, right? So my conclusion is that you're driving into a fart produced by someone in a car up ahead.

Make sense?

The fart will stay in the car because it, along with everything else inside the car is traveling at the same speed. It's the same reason you can toss a ball straight up in a moving vehicle and have it fall straight down back into your hand. The fart will diffuse in the air the same way it would in a static room.

It's also the same reason we do not detect the thousands of miles an hour we are traveling through space on our planet.
Flatulence Fred

Houston, TX

#38 Aug 22, 2014
Flatulence Fred wrote:
Hound Dog:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =WdimeSqCgP0XX
Just Admit It — Canine Flatulence Is Funny, Right?(But Here’s How to Deal With It)
The relationship of owners to their dogs’ flatulence is a complicated one. We should be able to measure these opinions on a fartmeter.
People can have a sense of humor about it, like me, or they may be seriously annoyed, somewhat dismayed — or outright disgusted. Most people tend to bring up canine flatulence as an aside during the annual exam:“I just wish he wouldn’t fart so much.”
Well, both from a public relations point of view (clients like to be taken seriously) and a medical perspective, we should try to address dog farting as a problem to be reckoned with… and solved.
Bitsy, the Lady Macbeth of Farters
Nobody could clear a room more quickly than my obese coonhound, Bitsy.
I can still remember an evening long ago, when my husband arranged to have the first reading of Shakespeare’s The Tempest in our living room (he’s a director). The actors were just through the first act when I noticed a lot of shifty glancing and nervous embarrassment. They were not acting. They were uncomfortable.
In their midst lay Bitsy, stretched out in the middle of the room, snoring, and silently farting. Her flatulence did not so much as interrupt her snoring pattern.
As Bitsy produced a fog of putrification over the room, I guess they were wondering which actors had gone out for beans and burritos before the read-through, or were they happy they had not been invited?
I broke the icy stench with a rhymed couplet, apologizing for “the hound whose farting hath no bounds,” and removed the gassy wench before the sweetness of the Bard’s second act commenced. Then I lit some candles and exited stage left.
What Causes Your Dog to Toot?
Diet is by far the most common source of gas. Low-quality foods with fillers, table scraps and constant changes in the diet can add to gas.
Your dog may be particularly susceptible to lactose, corn or gluten, or may simply have a food sensitivity to certain meats, preservatives, etc. Many foods can cause gas. Here are some of the bigger offenders:
Starchy foods, mostly those containing wheat. Corn and potatoes fall into this category as well. Try a grain-free diet, or change the carb to rice. The gluten-free craze has made a lot of people feel better after eating, and your dog may benefit too.
Milk and dairy products. Certain dogs, like people, can be lactose-intolerant. Dogs don’t need dairy as treats anyway.
“Beans, beans, magical fruit…” Your dog doesn’t need to eat beans. This means soybeans too.
Oatmeal. Those steel-cut oats might have too much of a cleansing effect, if you get my meaning. Ever have that big bowl of Irish porridge in the morning and need a big ol’ Irish toilet on your way to work? Don’t share your oatmeal with your dog if she has a gas problem.
Vegetables. Onions, as well as the obvious offenders like asparagus, brussels sprouts, cabbage, and many more, cause a lot of gas. If you want to serve your pet veggies, carrots and green beans are often very safe for Nellie — and for the nose!
Bizarre Brazil FOOTBALL FAN films himself FARTING on Neymar's girlfriend Bruna Marquezine

During the Brazil-Chile match in Belo Horizonte on Saturday afternoon, one man took perhaps the World Cup's strangest video.

A really strange video has come to light of a Brazilian supporter breaking wind in front of Neymar's girlfriend, Bruna Marquezine - filmed by the man himself!

During Brazil's penalty shootout victory over Chile in Belo Horizonte on Saturday, a bearded fan found himself sitting in front of the partner of Brazil's No.10.

The video shows the 18-year-old actress covering her nose and mouth while the man films over his shoulder.

As the recording ends, the clearly disgruntled Marquezine shoves the man.

It's all rather peculiar.
Cypress Hill Tards

Miami, FL

#39 Aug 22, 2014
Football Fan wrote:
<quoted text>
Belch, wow, how intellectual and original. Just like a true Neanderthal. Still you attack others and fail to mention anything about football which is what this site is for. so a troll as well.
Your tie in with Laughing Bear Fan and his Flatulence soapbox makes sense. You both are a foul smell left to drift in the wind.
As for football news.
Peyton had the best Oline in the league last year despite not having his pro bowl left tackle to protect him. This year he is back so expect more of the same only better, greater protection.
Peyton also lost Decker but gained a better receiver in his place, Emmanuel Sanders, and a quality rookie for depth.
On defense the Broncos picked up three pro bowlers in TJ Ward at safety, Aquib Talib at corner and Marcus Ware at DE. Given that the Broncos are still in Denver and have the altitude advantage along with all these improvements, there is no way the Broncos can't win it all...except if Peyton throws INTs at inappropriate times as is his practice.
If Manning can play as well as a mid level QB in the playoffs he should be lifting the Lombardi in February. If he stays true to form as he has these past 16 years, then it's anybody's guess who will take it. Indy could surprise. San Francisco looks too injured to make a go at it. Seattle knows the path to victory, and Brady with a healthy team could work another miracle, doing more with less, as he always does.
Who are these others? It's just you and your 8 different personalities.

Blech.
Football Fan

Cypress, CA

#40 Aug 22, 2014
Cypress Hill Tards wrote:
<quoted text>
Who are these others? It's just you and your 8 different personalities.
Blech.
Would invite you here to meet at least a few dozen on a bad day but your attitude has already identified you as a persona non grata. We may be a bit sharper than others but no amount of our educating will change a person unwilling to learn. A person's lot in life is directly related in the effort put forth in improving that position. We will continue to identify the truth and correct misinformation but we can't make you understand it or even accept it. Wishing you only the best. What makes a person want to be a troll in the first place?
There are three types of people in the world. Those who build up , those who tear down and you guessed it, clowns. If you are not in the first grouping you are in one of the other two. Both a losing proposition. Again wishing you wise choices.

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