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zip tip #197 [message #1684] Sun, 05 October 2008 21:58 Go to next message
Hotpants
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Learn not to lose south regionals...

-jdo
Re: zip tip #197 [message #1715 is a reply to message #1684] Mon, 06 October 2008 07:18 Go to previous messageGo to next message
ajax.xaja
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jdo-

I didn't see your mom this weekend. Send her my love.

-ajax

On Oct 5, 11:58 pm, Hotpants <Dorty1...@aol.com> wrote:
> Learn not to lose south regionals...
>
> -jdo
Re: zip tip #197 [message #1739 is a reply to message #1684] Mon, 06 October 2008 10:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
samsever
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On Oct 6, 12:58 am, Hotpants <Dorty1...@aol.com> wrote:
> Learn not to lose south regionals...
>
> -jdo

Classy.
Re: zip tip #197 [message #1745 is a reply to message #1739] Mon, 06 October 2008 11:57 Go to previous messageGo to next message
jacob
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I don't get it. Did Zip do something bad to you, Hotpants?

Anyway, Chain still qualified, so Zip will be at nationals, right?
Will you be at nationals, too? If so, will you be guarding Zip at any
point?

This is the same Zip that won college nationals with Brown, World
Games gold with team USA, and was the Callahan, right? Seems like an
odd target for mockery.
Re: zip tip #197 [message #1748 is a reply to message #1745] Mon, 06 October 2008 12:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
hbrumby
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Anyone got a recap or more info on the Chain-DW game? Was there any
bad blood, or just the usual hard-fought game between the two?

On Oct 6, 1:57 pm, jacob <jacobsi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I don't get it.  Did Zip do something bad to you, Hotpants?
>
> Anyway, Chain still qualified, so Zip will be at nationals, right?
> Will you be at nationals, too?  If so, will you be guarding Zip at any
> point?
>
> This is the same Zip that won college nationals with Brown, World
> Games gold with team USA, and was the Callahan, right?  Seems like an
> odd target for mockery.
Re: zip tip #197 [message #1786 is a reply to message #1748] Mon, 06 October 2008 15:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Rich Johnston
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On Oct 6, 3:04 pm, hbru...@gmail.com wrote:
> Anyone got a recap or more info on the Chain-DW game? Was there any
> bad blood, or just the usual hard-fought game between the two?
>
> On Oct 6, 1:57 pm, jacob <jacobsi...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > I don't get it.  Did Zip do something bad to you, Hotpants?
>
> > Anyway, Chain still qualified, so Zip will be at nationals, right?
> > Will you be at nationals, too?  If so, will you be guarding Zip at any
> > point?
>
> > This is the same Zip that won college nationals with Brown, World
> > Games gold with team USA, and was the Callahan, right?  Seems like an
> > odd target for mockery.

Saw most of it. Pretty windy, pretty well played despite that. DW
broke to take half 8-7. Chain got 2 back in the 2nd half, the 2nd on
a nasty Robert White layout catch block callahan to put Chain up
11-10. Chain had the disc to go up by 2 at some point and failed to
convert. DW then got a break back and was able to hold off 3 Chain
downwind D points at 14s, 15s and 16s to win. Only saw one call go to
the observers in the 2nd half, where Frank Wooten of Chain came down
with a floaty disc in a crowd and a DW defender called him for a foul
that was not upheld. Spectators questioned a couple strip calls made
by DW late, but none of them went to the observers, so they were
probably good calls. It was a great game to watch.
Re: zip tip #197 [message #1789 is a reply to message #1684] Mon, 06 October 2008 15:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Handy
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On Oct 5, 9:58 pm, Hotpants <Dorty1...@aol.com> wrote:
> Learn not to lose south regionals...
>
> -jdo

Beating Chain once and Condors once (who haven't made it officially
yet) are the only wins DW has against nationals caliber teams, and
you're responding to a hard fought DGP victory by posting bulletin
board material for one of the historically most dominant players
currently in the game?

Right.

Good luck with that!

-Handy
Re: zip tip #197 [message #1792 is a reply to message #1684] Mon, 06 October 2008 15:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Adam Tarr
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On Oct 5, 10:58 pm, Hotpants <Dorty1...@aol.com> wrote:
> Learn not to lose south regionals...
>
> -jdo

This is really sweet trash talking. After all, all anyone remembers
is who won regionals. Did you know that Sockeye lost regionals in
2006 AND 2007? What a bunch of losers.
Re: zip tip #197 [message #1794 is a reply to message #1748] Mon, 06 October 2008 15:54 Go to previous messageGo to next message
wootangs21
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It was a claasic DW vs Chain game that went to ultimate point, which
is almost always the case when these two teams meet.
It was a pretty clean game and both teams made few stupid turns. It
was a great game to watch.
A major factor was the sick performance of Stevie Presley of DW who
had a number of awesome plays and Zip was unable to contain him. I do
not think he went off for the last ten points and at one point had Zip
calling for "help, help, help" as Stevie streaked down the
field...help never came.
Dont get me wrong, Zip played very well himself and was a force on O.
Great finals between two teams that always play each other well

-ww

On Oct 6, 2:04 pm, hbru...@gmail.com wrote:
> Anyone got a recap or more info on the Chain-DW game? Was there any
> bad blood, or just the usual hard-fought game between the two?
>
> On Oct 6, 1:57 pm, jacob <jacobsi...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > I don't get it.  Did Zip do something bad to you, Hotpants?
>
> > Anyway, Chain still qualified, so Zip will be at nationals, right?
> > Will you be at nationals, too?  If so, will you be guarding Zip at any
> > point?
>
> > This is the same Zip that won college nationals with Brown, World
> > Games gold with team USA, and was the Callahan, right?  Seems like an
> > odd target for mockery.- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -
Re: zip tip #197 [message #1796 is a reply to message #1792] Mon, 06 October 2008 16:12 Go to previous messageGo to next message
MC
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On Oct 6, 5:45 pm, Adam Tarr <ahtarrNOS...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Oct 5, 10:58 pm, Hotpants <Dorty1...@aol.com> wrote:
>
> > Learn not to lose south regionals...
>
> > -jdo
>
> This is really sweet trash talking.  After all, all anyone remembers
> is who won regionals.  Did you know that Sockeye lost regionals in
> 2006 AND 2007?  What a bunch of losers.

I really wish all of you would just take a moment and look at Hotpants
previous posts and think about how serious you should take him.
Re: zip tip #197 [message #1798 is a reply to message #1739] Mon, 06 October 2008 16:47 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Andrew Wright
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On Oct 6, 12:06 pm, samse...@gmail.com wrote:
> On Oct 6, 12:58 am, Hotpants <Dorty1...@aol.com> wrote:
>
> > Learn not to lose south regionals...
>
> > -jdo
>
> Classy.

you guys are pretty hard on Jdo. First i have to say that the joke is
kinda witty, and second, i told this joke to everyone i knew as soon
as the game ended, including hotpants. But it is a good tip
Re: zip tip #197 [message #1819 is a reply to message #1798] Mon, 06 October 2008 19:43 Go to previous messageGo to next message
dar
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On Oct 6, 5:47 pm, Andrew Wright <wrightand...@yahoo.com> wrote:
look, as far as hecklin' goes, it's pretty lame. let's not worry
about whether it's classy or not -- this blog has never been about
class. am i wrong? am i ron? (there you go bruss)

jdo put on his big boy pants and wanted to stir some shit up. and he's
doin' fine with that. had zip been standing next to me as i watched
the last point of the sockeye/doublewide game at labor day, zip might
have offered a tip of his own to jdo and suggested he not get point-
blocked on his own goal line at DGP. call it a tip. call it
strategery. maybe it was just a poorly placed throw -- into the palm
of nord who was marking. irregardless, it was amusing to watch. jdo
himself was amused or so his smile would have suggested.

we all gotta eat, blind squirrels included. sometimes you gotta eat
your own words and i'd guess that chef zip will return from the
kitchen, where sometimes the heat can become unbearable, and chain
will be serving a different course next time around. or not. i feel
like there's another comparison here having to do with a load of cash
and the first stripper you see in the club, but i really love that
dexter fella on showtime so i'm gonna go watch that.

play nice, all you bloggin' spirit zealots!

dar.

> On Oct 6, 12:06 pm, samse...@gmail.com wrote:
>
> > On Oct 6, 12:58 am, Hotpants <Dorty1...@aol.com> wrote:
>
> > > Learn not to lose south regionals...
>
> > > -jdo
>
> > Classy.
>
> you guys are pretty hard on Jdo. First i have to say that the joke is
> kinda witty, and second, i told this joke to everyone i knew as soon
> as the game ended, including hotpants. But it is a good tip
Re: zip tip #197 [message #1820 is a reply to message #1798] Mon, 06 October 2008 19:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
dar
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On Oct 6, 5:47 pm, Andrew Wright <wrightand...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> On Oct 6, 12:06 pm, samse...@gmail.com wrote:

and second, i told this joke to everyone i knew as soon
> as the game ended, including hotpants. But it is a good tip

forgot....it wasn't even an original lame comment jdo made. nice
double.....

dar
Re: zip tip #197 [message #1847 is a reply to message #1796] Tue, 07 October 2008 06:44 Go to previous messageGo to next message
rufio
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On Oct 6, 5:12 pm, MC <imattcl...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I really wish all of you would just take a moment and look at Hotpants
> previous posts and think about how serious you should take him.


Not saying this was a good idea for him to do or anything, but his
name is *Hotpants*. How seriously were you taking him?
Re: zip tip #197 [message #1848 is a reply to message #1847] Tue, 07 October 2008 07:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
BJ
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On Oct 7, 8:44 am, rufio <thatboylookslikeru...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Oct 6, 5:12 pm, MC <imattcl...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > I really wish all of you would just take a moment and look at Hotpants
> > previous posts and think about how serious you should take him.
>
> Not saying this was a good idea for him to do or anything, but his
> name is *Hotpants*.  How seriously were you taking him?

you don't make any sense.

the point is, zip had a site he called "zip's tips" where he thought
people cared about what he had to say. like people woke up in the
morning and said "how can i be more like zip?" or "I wonder what zip
would do in the situation?"
Can't we all agree that this was dying to be made fun of? Can't we all
agree that hotpants average BAC while posting is a world record, and
that you shouldn't be jealous of his lack of responsibilities on
monday morning, but instead revel in the freedom he must feel when he
presses 'send'?
Re: zip tip #197 [message #1875 is a reply to message #1848] Tue, 07 October 2008 10:41 Go to previous messageGo to next message
jacob
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"zip had a site he called "zip's tips" where he thought people cared
about what he had to say. like people woke up in the morning and said
"how can i be more like zip?" or "I wonder what zip would do in the
situation?" Can't we all agree that this was dying to be made fun of?"

Yeah, this is one of the problems with ultimate. This guy is a champ
who is giving free advice, and some of us view this as an act of
egomania. Not that he isn't free game to be made fun of, but ripping
him for not winning regionals? Is Zip going to rip Doublewide after
they don't win nationals? Doubt it.
Re: zip tip #197 [message #1884 is a reply to message #1848] Tue, 07 October 2008 11:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Nathan
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On Oct 7, 10:06 am, BJ <ut.bj...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Oct 7, 8:44 am, rufio <thatboylookslikeru...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > On Oct 6, 5:12 pm, MC <imattcl...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > I really wish all of you would just take a moment and look at Hotpants
> > > previous posts and think about how serious you should take him.
>
> > Not saying this was a good idea for him to do or anything, but his
> > name is *Hotpants*.  How seriously were you taking him?
>
> you don't make any sense.
>
> the point is, zip had a site he called "zip's tips" where he thought
> people cared about what he had to say. like people woke up in the
> morning and said "how can i be more like zip?" or "I wonder what zip
> would do in the situation?"
> Can't we all agree that this was dying to be made fun of?

You do not know what you are talking about here.

Zip's Tips began Zip's sophomore year at Brown. He was not a captain,
but still wanted to share some wisdom he had learned over his 2+ years
of playing ultimate with other members of the team. He discussed with
the captains, teammates, and coaches, and we all agreed it would be a
good idea.

Over the last 7 months of the year, Zip emailed a daily tip to the
members of the team - most related to ultimate, though some not (the
"how to eat a sandwich" email was a classic). He had a few guest-
tippers, but for the most part, it was him, every day. Aside from the
generally valuable advice he was providing each day, it also helped
keep the team focused - every day, there was a little reminder of
"what have you done to make this team better today"?

When the season was over, somebody (I don't know who - not Zip, but I
am sure they consulted with him) decided to include them on the
Brownian Motion webpage - in fact, they are still up there if you want
to find some good material to mock publicly (don't get me wrong, I
have mocked Zip repeatedly about some of these tips - in private).

As for your contention that people might not wake up and wonder "how
can i be more like zip?", I can assure you that there are many, many
ultimate players out there who would be pretty thrilled to be a bit
more like Zip - as they should be.

Nathan "I could be more like Zip if I didn't read and reply to
knuckleheads on rsd" Wicks
Re: zip tip #197 [message #1895 is a reply to message #1884] Tue, 07 October 2008 12:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
jacob
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You mean this guy was giving out Zip tips BEFORE he won Callahan,
college nationals, and the World Games? I take back everything I
said.
Re: zip tip #197 [message #1924 is a reply to message #1789] Tue, 07 October 2008 17:56 Go to previous messageGo to next message
schmidtacular
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On Oct 6, 5:26 pm, Handy <Jack.Han...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Oct 5, 9:58 pm, Hotpants <Dorty1...@aol.com> wrote:
>
> > Learn not to lose south regionals...
>
> > -jdo
>
> Beating Chain once and Condors once (who haven't made it officially
> yet) are the only wins DW has against nationals caliber teams, and
> you're responding to a hard fought DGP victory by posting bulletin
> board material for one of the historically most dominant players
> currently in the game?
>
> Right.
>
> Good luck with that!
>
> -Handy

Nice Dark Knight script parallel...I'm assuming you meant to do that.
Re: zip tip #197 [message #1927 is a reply to message #1796] Tue, 07 October 2008 18:46 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Daag Alemayehu
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On Oct 6, 7:12 pm, MC <imattcl...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I really wish all of you would just take a moment and look at Hotpants
> previous posts and think about how serious you should take him.

I used to take J-Do seriously. Then I saw his hair at Collegiates
back in '04 when we played Texas. Then I skied the bejesus out of
him, despite being a good 5-6 inches shorter. That was the end of me
taking him seriously.
Re: zip tip #197 [message #1934 is a reply to message #1927] Tue, 07 October 2008 19:57 Go to previous messageGo to next message
backofthefence
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Come on Hotpants...I want more! More zip's tips please. More. More.
Re: zip tip #197 [message #1936 is a reply to message #1745] Tue, 07 October 2008 20:40 Go to previous messageGo to next message
rob.h.stone
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On Oct 6, 2:57 pm, jacob <jacobsi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I don't get it.  Did Zip do something bad to you, Hotpants?
>
> Anyway, Chain still qualified, so Zip will be at nationals, right?
> Will you be at nationals, too?  If so, will you be guarding Zip at any
> point?
>
> This is the same Zip that won college nationals with Brown, World
> Games gold with team USA, and was the Callahan, right?  Seems like an
> odd target for mockery.

We play Ultimate, shouldn't it be our credo to mock odd targets? EAT
POO, ZIP! ZING!
Re: zip tip #197 [message #2012 is a reply to message #1927] Wed, 08 October 2008 12:28 Go to previous messageGo to next message
MC
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On Oct 7, 8:46 pm, Daag Alemayehu <daag.alemay...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Oct 6, 7:12 pm, MC <imattcl...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > I really wish all of you would just take a moment and look at Hotpants
> > previous posts and think about how serious you should take him.
>
> I used to take J-Do seriously.  Then I saw his hair at Collegiates
> back in '04 when we played Texas.  Then I skied the bejesus out of
> him, despite being a good 5-6 inches shorter.  That was the end of me
> taking him seriously.

Oh, Jdo's second year. I understand. You are badass, Daag. Carrying
WashU and GaTech to all kinds of collegiate greatness.

On Oct 6, 9:43 pm, dar <minor_ch...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> jdo put on his big boy pants and wanted to stir some shit up. and he's
> doin' fine with that. had zip been standing next to me as i watched
> the last point of the sockeye/doublewide game at labor day, zip might
> have offered a tip of his own to jdo and suggested he not get point-
> blocked on his own goal line at DGP. call it a tip. call it
> strategery. maybe it was just a poorly placed throw -- into the palm
> of nord who was marking. irregardless, it was amusing to watch. jdo
> himself was amused or so his smile would have suggested.

haha. Dar. I love you. I bet your just mad because you still
remember getting tooled around by Jdo in his first year. I can still
picture you frantically yelling at Jdo to stay on the line. Good
times in 2003.
Re: zip tip #197 [message #2040 is a reply to message #1884] Wed, 08 October 2008 18:08 Go to previous messageGo to next message
appleshampoo
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I took your advice and looked up the tips, they are actually mostly
pretty good advice. And this one is key:

Apr 23, 2003 "Sandwiches" When you eat a sandwich, eat the first
half holding it "right side up" and the second half "upside down".
Some sandwiches are much better in one orientation, due to placement
of meat, cheese, condiments and vegetables. For some of you, this will
be an inconsequential tip, for others it might change your life.
Either way, try it out, Ive worked in a deli for many years and if
there is one thing I know in life it is sandwiches (a side note for
veteran sandwich eaters: If you like, you can eat the first half of
the first half in the primary orientation and the second half of that
first half in the secondary orientation. The second half of the
sandwich can then be consumed in the preferred orientation).

On Oct 7, 11:20 am, Nathan <nwi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Oct 7, 10:06 am, BJ <ut.bj...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > On Oct 7, 8:44 am, rufio <thatboylookslikeru...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > On Oct 6, 5:12 pm, MC <imattcl...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > > I really wish all of you would just take a moment and look at Hotpants
> > > > previous posts and think about how serious you should take him.
>
> > > Not saying this was a good idea for him to do or anything, but his
> > > name is *Hotpants*.  How seriously were you taking him?
>
> > you don't make any sense.
>
> > the point is, zip had a site he called "zip's tips" where he thought
> > people cared about what he had to say. like people woke up in the
> > morning and said "how can i be more like zip?" or "I wonder what zip
> > would do in the situation?"
> > Can't we all agree that this was dying to be made fun of?
>
> You do not know what you are talking about here.
>
> Zip's Tips began Zip's sophomore year at Brown.  He was not a captain,
> but still wanted to share some wisdom he had learned over his 2+ years
> of playing ultimate with other members of the team.  He discussed with
> the captains, teammates, and coaches, and we all agreed it would be a
> good idea.
>
> Over the last 7 months of the year, Zip emailed a daily tip to the
> members of the team - most related to ultimate, though some not (the
> "how to eat a sandwich" email was a classic).  He had a few guest-
> tippers, but for the most part, it was him, every day.  Aside from the
> generally valuable advice he was providing each day, it also helped
> keep the team focused - every day, there was a little reminder of
> "what have you done to make this team better today"?
>
> When the season was over, somebody (I don't know who - not Zip, but I
> am sure they consulted with him) decided to include them on the
> Brownian Motion webpage - in fact, they are still up there if you want
> to find some good material to mock publicly (don't get me wrong, I
> have mocked Zip repeatedly about some of these tips - in private).
>
> As for your contention that people might not wake up and wonder "how
> can i be more like zip?", I can assure you that there are many, many
> ultimate players out there who would be pretty thrilled to be a bit
> more like Zip - as they should be.
>
> Nathan "I could be more like Zip if I didn't read and reply to
> knuckleheads on rsd" Wicks
Re: zip tip #197 [message #2056 is a reply to message #2012] Wed, 08 October 2008 20:55 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Daag Alemayehu
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On Oct 8, 3:28 pm, MC <imattcl...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Oh, Jdo's second year.  I understand.  You are badass, Daag.  Carrying
> WashU and GaTech to all kinds of collegiate greatness.

Thank you, I tried. I also pulled to TUFF that game, silently hoped
you guys would drop the pull, and then loudly celebrated by your bench
when y'all did. How about THAT leadership and greatness?

Also, I didn't realize that was only his second year. I guess you're
saying he got... taller? Jumpy-er? Less sucky-er? Didn't realize it
took 3+ years to teach 6'3 guys how not to get embarrassed by 5'8
guys.
Re: zip tip #197 [message #2083 is a reply to message #2056] Thu, 09 October 2008 08:10 Go to previous messageGo to next message
BJ
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On Oct 8, 10:55 pm, Daag Alemayehu <daag.alemay...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Oct 8, 3:28 pm, MC <imattcl...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > Oh, Jdo's second year.  I understand.  You are badass, Daag.  Carrying
> > WashU and GaTech to all kinds of collegiate greatness.
>
> Thank you, I tried.  I also pulled to TUFF that game, silently hoped
> you guys would drop the pull, and then loudly celebrated by your bench
> when y'all did.  How about THAT leadership and greatness?
>
> Also, I didn't realize that was only his second year.  I guess you're
> saying he got... taller?  Jumpy-er?  Less sucky-er?  Didn't realize it
> took 3+ years to teach 6'3 guys how not to get embarrassed by 5'8
> guys.

your so bad asssss. you should start "alamemayooos advice"!

amamlieloos advice number 1. Live in the past and remind people of it!
people might remember you!!
Re: zip tip #197 [message #2101 is a reply to message #2012] Thu, 09 October 2008 10:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
dar
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On Oct 8, 1:28 pm, MC <imattcl...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Oct 7, 8:46 pm, Daag Alemayehu <daag.alemay...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > On Oct 6, 7:12 pm, MC <imattcl...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > I really wish all of you would just take a moment and look at Hotpants
> > > previous posts and think about how serious you should take him.
>
> > I used to take J-Do seriously.  Then I saw his hair at Collegiates
> > back in '04 when we played Texas.  Then I skied the bejesus out of
> > him, despite being a good 5-6 inches shorter.  That was the end of me
> > taking him seriously.
>
> Oh, Jdo's second year.  I understand.  You are badass, Daag.  Carrying
> WashU and GaTech to all kinds of collegiate greatness.
>
> On Oct 6, 9:43 pm, dar <minor_ch...@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
> > jdo put on his big boy pants and wanted to stir some shit up. and he's
> > doin' fine with that.  had zip been standing next to me as i watched
> > the last point of the sockeye/doublewide game at labor day, zip might
> > have offered a tip of his own to jdo and suggested he not get point-
> > blocked on his own goal line at DGP.  call it a tip.  call it
> > strategery. maybe it was just a poorly placed throw -- into the palm
> > of nord who was marking. irregardless, it was amusing to watch.  jdo
> > himself was amused or so his smile would have suggested.
>
> haha.  Dar.  I love you.  I bet your just mad because you still
> remember getting tooled around by Jdo in his first year.  I can still
> picture you frantically yelling at Jdo to stay on the line.  Good
> times in 2003.

nah, i'm all over that. i forget things fast enough so as to not get
in the way of screwin' up future events. tis true jdo had some
moments fo brilliance agasint me that day. i'm quite certain i/we
didn't take him or his team serious that afternoon. these mistakes
and oversights can happen. he's a fine player, but i assure you in
picking teams, i'll take zip first. jdo would probably only be the
last picked if it were just the two of them standing there, but
talledega nights taught us that if you're not first, your last. doesn
this mean chain finished last at regionals? yeah, probably. that's
how i interpret it anyway.

anyway, i think we can still all agree that it was a fairly weak
heckle and unoriginal. it's like when you're standing in a room, and
you mention something funny or add a remark among a circle of friends
that's generates some laughter and then some dbag standing among you
repeats what you just said, verbatim and with a bit more volume added
for emphasis -- like it's his own joke. yeah, that's kinda what this
felt like.

as you were.

dar
Re: zip tip #197 [message #2111 is a reply to message #2101] Thu, 09 October 2008 11:51 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Ryan Kircher
Messages: 4
Registered: October 2008
Junior Member
Actually,

If you're looking for a good way to describe the situation, I'd say
the best way of describing it is that it is very similar to the "Earth
To..." scene in Zoolander.
Each line of that scene is in itself not funny at all. However, if
you put it all together, its is quite amusing to laugh at the group as
a whole.


On Oct 9, 11:50 am, dar <minor_ch...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> On Oct 8, 1:28 pm, MC <imattcl...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > On Oct 7, 8:46 pm, Daag Alemayehu <daag.alemay...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > On Oct 6, 7:12 pm, MC <imattcl...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > > I really wish all of you would just take a moment and look at Hotpants
> > > > previous posts and think about how serious you should take him.
>
> > > I used to take J-Do seriously.  Then I saw his hair at Collegiates
> > > back in '04 when we played Texas.  Then I skied the bejesus out of
> > > him, despite being a good 5-6 inches shorter.  That was the end of me
> > > taking him seriously.
>
> > Oh, Jdo's second year.  I understand.  You are badass, Daag.  Carrying
> > WashU and GaTech to all kinds of collegiate greatness.
>
> > On Oct 6, 9:43 pm, dar <minor_ch...@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > jdo put on his big boy pants and wanted to stir some shit up. and he's
> > > doin' fine with that.  had zip been standing next to me as i watched
> > > the last point of the sockeye/doublewide game at labor day, zip might
> > > have offered a tip of his own to jdo and suggested he not get point-
> > > blocked on his own goal line at DGP.  call it a tip.  call it
> > > strategery. maybe it was just a poorly placed throw -- into the palm
> > > of nord who was marking. irregardless, it was amusing to watch.  jdo
> > > himself was amused or so his smile would have suggested.
>
> > haha.  Dar.  I love you.  I bet your just mad because you still
> > remember getting tooled around by Jdo in his first year.  I can still
> > picture you frantically yelling at Jdo to stay on the line.  Good
> > times in 2003.
>
> nah, i'm all over that.  i forget things fast enough so as to not get
> in the way of screwin' up future events.  tis true jdo had some
> moments fo brilliance agasint me that day. i'm quite certain i/we
> didn't take him or his team serious that afternoon.  these mistakes
> and oversights can happen. he's a fine player, but i assure you in
> picking teams, i'll take zip first.  jdo would probably only be the
> last picked if it were just the two of them standing there, but
> talledega nights taught us that if you're not first, your last.  doesn
> this mean chain finished last at regionals?  yeah, probably.  that's
> how i interpret it anyway.
>
> anyway, i think we can still all agree that it was a fairly weak
> heckle and unoriginal.  it's like when you're standing in a room, and
> you mention something funny or add a remark among a circle of friends
> that's generates some laughter and then some dbag standing among you
> repeats what you just said, verbatim and with a bit more volume added
> for emphasis -- like it's his own joke.  yeah, that's kinda what this
> felt like.
>
> as you were.
>
> dar- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -
Re: zip tip #197 [message #2116 is a reply to message #2111] Thu, 09 October 2008 12:08 Go to previous messageGo to next message
DikEar
Messages: 37
Registered: September 2008
Member
Wow, your analogies are actually worse than your forehand.

BaZing!

-dik


> Actually,
>
> If you're looking for a good way to describe the situation, I'd say
> the best way of describing it is that it is very similar to the "Earth
> To..."  scene in Zoolander.
> Each line of that scene is in itself not funny at all.  However, if
> you put it all together, its is quite amusing to laugh at the group as
> a whole.
Re: zip tip #197 [message #2136 is a reply to message #2056] Thu, 09 October 2008 15:16 Go to previous messageGo to next message
MC
Messages: 19
Registered: September 2008
Junior Member
On Oct 8, 10:55 pm, Daag Alemayehu <daag.alemay...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Oct 8, 3:28 pm, MC <imattcl...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > Oh, Jdo's second year.  I understand.  You are badass, Daag.  Carrying
> > WashU and GaTech to all kinds of collegiate greatness.
>
> Thank you, I tried.  I also pulled to TUFF that game, silently hoped
> you guys would drop the pull, and then loudly celebrated by your bench
> when y'all did.  How about THAT leadership and greatness?
>
> Also, I didn't realize that was only his second year.  I guess you're
> saying he got... taller?  Jumpy-er?  Less sucky-er?  Didn't realize it
> took 3+ years to teach 6'3 guys how not to get embarrassed by 5'8
> guys.


i must have been too busy not caring since both GA Tech and TUFF
sucked ass at Collegiates that year. Congrats on skying a tall guy in
your career! I can tell it means a lot to you. Or maybe I was just
too busy not caring because we crushed you? Or maybe I was trying to
not trip over crawdad mounds? Not sure which one.

The fact remains that you are a badass for skying a guy taller than
you. It's never been done in the game and for that, we will call you
Daag "the revolutionary"
Re: zip tip #197 [message #2138 is a reply to message #2136] Thu, 09 October 2008 15:24 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Daag Alemayehu
Messages: 249
Registered: September 2008
Senior Member
On Oct 9, 6:16 pm, MC <imattcl...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> i must have been too busy not caring since both GA Tech and TUFF
> sucked ass at Collegiates that year.  Congrats on skying a tall guy in
> your career!  I can tell it means a lot to you.  Or maybe I was just
> too busy not caring because we crushed you?  Or maybe I was trying to
> not trip over crawdad mounds?  Not sure which one.
>
> The fact remains that you are a badass for skying a guy taller than
> you.  It's never been done in the game and for that, we will call you
> Daag "the revolutionary"

You sure do care a lot about defending J-Do. Almost as much as you
care about me, it seems. Thanks for the nickname, it's going on all
my jerseys, job applications, and legal documents from now on. Now I
have enough reason to leave this thread alone. Come say hello to me
at nationals if you want to kiss my feet in person.

The Revolutionary
Re: zip tip #197 [message #2139 is a reply to message #2138] Thu, 09 October 2008 15:40 Go to previous messageGo to next message
jacob
Messages: 576
Registered: September 2008
Senior Member
Sa Da Tay!
Re: zip tip #197 [message #2148 is a reply to message #2138] Thu, 09 October 2008 18:49 Go to previous messageGo to next message
MC
Messages: 19
Registered: September 2008
Junior Member
On Oct 9, 5:24 pm, Daag Alemayehu <daag.alemay...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Oct 9, 6:16 pm, MC <imattcl...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > i must have been too busy not caring since both GA Tech and TUFF
> > sucked ass at Collegiates that year.  Congrats on skying a tall guy in
> > your career!  I can tell it means a lot to you.  Or maybe I was just
> > too busy not caring because we crushed you?  Or maybe I was trying to
> > not trip over crawdad mounds?  Not sure which one.
>
> > The fact remains that you are a badass for skying a guy taller than
> > you.  It's never been done in the game and for that, we will call you
> > Daag "the revolutionary"
>
> You sure do care a lot about defending J-Do.  Almost as much as you
> care about me, it seems.  Thanks for the nickname, it's going on all
> my jerseys, job applications, and legal documents from now on.  Now I
> have enough reason to leave this thread alone.  Come say hello to me
> at nationals if you want to kiss my feet in person.
>
> The Revolutionary

This is one of those funny things where you try to call me out for
responding to your jackhole response to a dumb thread. "oh man, you
must be a loser if you care enough to respond. in fact, you are so
much of a loser, i'm going to respond myself and tell you that you're
a loser." I've seen this on the internet before. I am not fooled.
This is not revolutionary. Stick to skying tall people.
Re: zip tip #197 [message #2833 is a reply to message #2111] Wed, 15 October 2008 11:56 Go to previous messageGo to next message
baumssl27
Messages: 2
Registered: October 2008
Junior Member
> If you're looking for a good way to describe the situation, I'd say
> the best way of describing it is that it is very similar to the "Earth
> To..."  scene in Zoolander.

I remember that situation being hilariously reminiscient of the
Seinfeld episode when Kramer got in a fight with a monkey.
Re: zip tip #197 [message #4118 is a reply to message #1927] Fri, 24 October 2008 02:18 Go to previous message
freinSTAR
Messages: 1
Registered: October 2008
Junior Member
On Oct 7, 8:46 pm, Daag Alemayehu <daag.alemay...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Oct 6, 7:12 pm, MC <imattcl...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > I really wish all of you would just take a moment and look at Hotpants
> > previous posts and think about how serious you should take him.
>
> I used to take J-Do seriously. Then I saw his hair at Collegiates
> back in '04 when we played Texas. Then I skied the bejesus out of
> him, despite being a good 5-6 inches shorter. That was the end of me
> taking him seriously.

Nice, you can jump higher than me*.

-jdo

*You must think ultimate is more important than it is if that comment
is supposed to encourage some sort of reaction...
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