Cary Williams: 'Patriots Are Cheaters'
Do you remember "Spy Gate?" Well, Eagles cornerback Cary Williams apparently remembers it very well, calling the Pats "cheaters" on Friday.
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#1 Aug 2, 2014
Cary Williams is just another in a long line of NfL morons who have their head up their ass. He says the Pats "cheated" but fails to say specifically what they did to cheat. He could like others say the Pats filmed their team at practice like others have but that happens all the time and is legal.
So why we're the Pats fined for what has been called "Spygate".
The Jets Head Coach who formerly worked for the Pats wanted to harass Belichick and his former team so he filed a complaint to get the Pats thinking less about football and more about the complaint. The complaint was that Belichick was filming, which was legal, but from a non-approved sight designated by the NFL. Technically this was true of every team in the league but the charge was filed against the Pats. After a league wide investigation it was determined that every team was guilty of the offense but since the charge had only been made against the Pats they would be fined as a lessen to the entire league for non-compliance to the specifics of the rule. In addition, disciplinary actions were tightened league wide. This tightening meant that even the slightest infraction would be met with harsh punishments and all thanks to Mangini who failed to consider how his prank would affect the entire league. As a result Belichick took the hit for the entire league, Mangini can't get an NFL job and morons and idiots alike, Cary Williams included think Spygate means Pats cheated when they were just the poster boy for a league wide practice that was stretching the letter of the law.
The two good things that resulted were a jerk like Mangini is gone, and now it's easier to identify morons like Cary Williams, who will only be remembered for their ignorance.
#3 Aug 18, 2014
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#5 Nov 16, 2014
Informative! Thanks and post more.
#6 Nov 17, 2014
Spy cameras are back up and running in New England
#7 Nov 17, 2014
Pats now equipped with special "Taint Monitoring System" to check on Brady's scrotal taint robustness during games.
#8 Nov 17, 2014
Yeah, something is up... Its not like you dont see that big ass lug-head polish TE running down the field...."oh, lets not cover him, Brady never throws to that guy"....
#9 Nov 17, 2014
Why do humans fart?
When we eat, drink or swallow saliva, we also swallow tiny amounts of air. This swallowed air accumulates in the gut. The gas within our digestive system consists mainly of nitrogen and oxygen...
When we digest food, gas, mainly in the form of hydrogen, methane and carbon dioxide is released. As the gas builds up, the body may need to get rid of it. This is done by either burping (belching) or flatulence (farting)...
Many times, flatulence occurs and the person is unaware of it - there is no smell, and the amount is tiny. When there is a smell, there are usually small amounts of sulfur gases. If food has not been digested properly, it starts to decompose (rot), releasing sulfur. What are the signs and symptoms of flatulence? In the majority of cases, flatulence is nothing to worry about; it is a normal human condition which can be treated with self-care techniques..
Flatulence is not usually a reason to go and see your doctor, unless the symptoms are severe, it occurs too frequently and with a foul smell, or there are some additional symptoms which could indicate the presence of an underlying digestive condition...
Below are some signs and symptoms of flatulence when they are seen as troublesome--
---- Episodes of flatulence occur frequently, often involuntarily...
---- When an episode of flatulence occurs, a lot of wind is released..
---Farting is consistently foul-smelling...
---- There may be sharp, jabbing pains (cramps) in the abdomen. Sometimes they may change - location, within the abdomen...
---- A bloated feeling in the abdomen...
---- A knotted sensation in the abdomen...
Does Too Much Protein Give You Gas??
Protein in and of itself doesn't cause gas more than any other food -- unless you are allergic to the protein source. In that case, you should keep track of the particular protein sources that cause fart problems, and avoid them if necessary. In other cases, it might be what accompanies the protein or the size of the meal that is at issue, and both situations are easily remedied. Also, too much protein will make your hole itch..
If you are using whey or casein protein, you might be experiencing a reaction to lactalbumin, a protein found in milk. Gas is common, generally sets in soon after ingestion, and is followed by diarrhea and sometimes a rash...but also a lot of loud wet farts....
Mild cases might be resolved by choosing a whey protein isolate, in which the protein is broken down into smaller molecules that are unlikely to cause problems. In severe cases, all milk proteins should be avoided entirely. Lactalbumin allergy is different from lactose intolerance, so over-the-counter lactase supplements will not help. Farts caused by milk are very juicy and wet....
#10 Nov 18, 2014
Yeah, and they don't even need them because they are already the best team in the NFL. Go Pats!!!
#11 Nov 18, 2014
The whole team smears Brady's Magic Taint over their faces before games. It helps with the win percentage.
#12 Nov 18, 2014
1) Either yet another fake ass IP is being used
2) This is just another nut sack licker trying to generate attention becuase he cant get laid
Houston, we have a problem...
#13 Nov 18, 2014
The Stinky Truth Behind Farts-
Would you believe me if I told you that farts (medically known as flatulence) can actually be an indicator of poor health? Some farts are actually more than simply an embarrassment at the dinner table or a first date. Farts can actually be an indicator that something is seriously wrong in your digestion leading to a variety of health issues
Everyone farts, this much is true. On average, most humans fart between 10 and 20 times a day, but sometimes much more
Intestinal gas is composed of nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide, hydrogen, and methane. These gases are generally odorless, but can become foul smelling when other gases, such as sulfates, are added. This occurs in two ways. First, if the gas remains in the intestines for an extended period of time, bacteria start adding foul smelling sulfates to it. The second thing that makes farts smelly is consuming foods that are high in sulfur. Foods such as cauliflower (and the rest of the cabbage family), eggs, cheese, garlic, onions, and meat are notorious for producing smelly farts because of their high content of sulfur
Lets break down where fart gas comes from:
Air we swallow.
Gas seeping into our intestines from the blood.
Gas produced by chemical reactions in our guts.
Gas produced by bacteria in our guts.
Gas Produced By Chemical Reactions and Bacteria In Our Guts:
If the food you are eating isnt digested properly and is left to sit in your stomach, chances are its either putrefying (rotting) or fermenting, causing the release of toxic gases. Over the long term, these toxic gases (nasty smelling flatulence), cause serious disorders such as constipation, nervous disorders, a slowdown of general metabolism and digestive disorders including: gas, heartburn, cramps, bloating, constipation, foul stools, bleeding piles, colitis and more. In general, the average American male carries about five pounds of undigested, putrefying red meat in his digestive system (and no wonder most people fart over 20 times a day!)
One of the most common reasons that foods remain partially digested in our digestive tracts is simply due to improper food combining. Our bodies are incredibly intelligent and every food product requires a different amount of hydrochloric acid, salivary amylase and time to digest properly. When we combine foods that dont digest well together such as meat and potatoes, steak and eggs, or a ham and cheese sandwich, part of the meal is left to decompose (rot) in our bellies while the other part of the meal is digested
Lactose Intolerance: lactose is milk sugar. This often results in such symptoms as abdominal bloating, flatulence, cramps, loose stools and watery diarrhea. If you are lactose intolerant (and in fact most of the population is intolerant to conventional milk), you can try taking digestive enzymes or removing dairy from your diet.(Have you tried making your own fresh nut milk?)
Digestive Tract Infections: there are many bacteria, viruses, and parasites that can cause infections in the lining of the digestive tract. This can be associated with traveling to third world countries. Infections are usually accompanied by diarrhea, fever and abdominal pain. If you suspect you have an infection, consult your physician to determine appropriate treatment
Candida albicans: A certain amount of yeast in our intestinal tract is normal and healthy. Too much yeast is unhealthy, and causes all kinds of problems. Candida is naturally present in all of our bodies and is a life-saving mechanism. However, under certain conditions. Candida can be stimulated to change its normal yeast structure and turn into the decidedly "unfriendly" fungus form which grows as tiny filaments which can root into the lining of the intestines and penetrate into the tissues of organs. Passing more gas than a normal amount is one sign of a yeast overgrowth. If you are farting and it smells like bread then you will know.
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