So who else here has to remove all glass objects from the room during a Phins game?

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  1. BALLS DEEP

    BALLS DEEP Guess Who's Back.

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    Obviously everyone here likes/loves/breathes/sleeps the Miami Dolphins (except for all of you Buffalo, Pats, and Jets fans who need to stop piling up thousands of posts on our website and go to your own teams supportive sites). I'm curious to see who watches a game like I do in that after a loss you almost need to call a maid service.

    Case in point: 62-7 against JAX Dan's last game. I tore my #13 jersey from collar to hem in one move and then called in sick for three days.

    Loss to Raiders in Playoffs in '02?: Punched hole in wall in apt and then took two days off of work lying on floor drinking 2 cases of beer while talking to myself.

    4 int's against Chiefs in'02 puched hole in bathroom wall.

    Against Bucs in '01 when they hurt Lamar and Fiedler: stood up on the bar in ST. Pete and announced to an entire bar of Bucs fan's "The bucs can lick my b@lls!" Then I was chased out into the parking lot where I got into my car and sprayed 6 bucs fans with gravel (with headlights off) and gave them all the finger.

    Meltdown in the meadowlands: Sat open mouth staring at blank tv screen until 6 in the morning and then hit the heavy bag until both hands were bleeding.

    What angry moments have you guys had?
     
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    my wife tries not to be there on game day and knows not to talk to me after a loss lol
    whats really bad is when its a night game and the dolphins lose because i don't have much time to recover before i go to bed so it lingers all night.
     
  3. njfinfan

    njfinfan Finheaven's "First Lady"

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    Excellent post!

    :roflmao: :lol:
     
  4. Gaphinfan

    Gaphinfan Starter

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    I go to a dolphins fan club Bar. There are about 150 screaming fans. It is easier to deal with losses with other people to feel your pain.
     
  5. NLude33

    NLude33 Section 415, Row 17

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    Yeah, I have a Beenie Baby Dan Marino bear that I hold on to during games now. Before I use to hold the remote during games (gotta love NFL Sunday Ticket), but I would get mad and through the remote....2 remotes later and 1 broken picture frame, I know have a Beenie!!! :)
     
  6. Y-TownPhinVet

    Y-TownPhinVet 35 years and counting

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    I think Rickysabeast might be a canidate for an anger management class. :yell: Only joking :D . I don't get that upset like I used too, but the beer flows alot more after a loss :cry:
     
  7. FinfanInBuffalo

    FinfanInBuffalo Perennial All-Pro Finheaven VIP Donator

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    It took you two days to drink two cases of beer? j/k

    My wife, kids, and dog definitely leave the room and usually leave the house. My 10-year old is a Dolphins fan and he will not watch games with me. My dog is usually under the bed shaking.

    I usually watch games alone. I'm just not someone you want to be around when the game is not going well.

    The most pissed off I have every been was the last two games of 2002. Especially the NE game. When Travis Minor failed to field the kickoff and Mark Royals shanked the punt, I almost went ballistic.

    I kept yelling "HOW CAN YOU NOT FIELD A KICKOFF!!!!" and "MARK ROYALS SUCKS!!!!"

    Last year I didn't get NFL Sunday ticket (after having it for 3 years). SUndays were alot calmer......Unfortunately, I monitored the games on ESPN.com and found myself clicking refresh on my web browser every 2 seconds while screaming at the computer screen..... "GOD DAMN IT! BLOCK SOMEBODY!"
     
  8. phin in the NW

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    I used to be a real yeller, loud enough that the neighborhood knew if the phins won or lost after the game ended, they didn't need to watch. Then I had kids......I had my infant son sleeping on me the entire playoff win against the colts. Didn't scream once, but it looked like i was having convulsions as my face contorted with every play. Thank God for Lamar saving that game and my health for a week.
    I watched the whole Jax debacle very silently. My wife actually took my son and left the house for that game after she figured out what was going on. I was mostly sad for Dan, going out that way. So now I am not so much of a yeller or screamer, (most of the time), I keep it inside and then go to the gym afterwards. Some of my best workouts are after phin losses. I am hoping for not too many good workouts this season.
     
  9. shalafi3455

    shalafi3455 Big Dawg

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    You know they have support groups for people like you! :spank: :hug: :bandwagon :vault: :lurk: :gossip:
     
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    RICKYSABEAST...you sir, are a true inspiration to the kind of dedicated fan I want to become. I can't tell you that I've drunk myself into a stupor or ripped apart a jersey (thats teetering on being sacriliegious or something), but I did miss school the day after the meltdown in the Meadowlands. That game had me stunned the entire day, I just kept reading the article and watching ESPN in disbelief.

    Maybe this type of behavior isn't right, maybe we should see help, maybe we're developing problems. But, who cares? I got Phin Fever and it ain't goin no where, thats one sickness I want to have as long as I live.

    GO PHINZ! :woot:


    HIDE THE GLASS! :roflmao:
     
  11. Dol-Fan Dupree

    Dol-Fan Dupree Manning to Tyree = Best SB Play EVER!!!!

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    I didn't do anything physical, however the loss to NE in 2002 caused me to literally hate football. In fact I just started to into football after last season. I have loved football since I can remember.
     
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    shalafi3455 Big Dawg

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    I know what you mean I was at that game in December and I almost got in a few fights leaving that game!
    :fire: :m83: :saberfigh

    I still sported my Ricky jersey proud leaving though! :D
     
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    jesusfreak26 Holy Fin

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    I will tell you this my wife knows not to mess with me during a fins game definitely if we lose or are losing. I yell and scream and get an attitude as well. I live by Jax and had tickets to the game but did not go because my father had just passed away the day before. That game was probably the most difficult for me as a fan and was the worst week of my life. I watched the Seattle game in the ICU waiting room. My brother in law is a big Denver fan and will no longer watch football with me. My sister and him got married in 1984 and I yelled a screamed so much in a game versus the Raiders he said he would never watch football with me again.
     
  14. BALLS DEEP

    BALLS DEEP Guess Who's Back.

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    I took an anger management class. Well part of one at least. F@cking @sshole Doctor p!ssed me off and I left. He had told us to write down three things that make us angry. So I wrote down JETs, Patriots, and Bills. He asked me why they make me angry. I said because they suck and get in the Dolphins way. He said "well what should you do to change that?" I said "Tell them to eat a bag of galic mashed sh!t?" ANd he sentenced mew to timeout...? WTF? I got up and told him to eat a bag of garlic mashed sh!t too and left! It was back when I was in High School. I still feel the same way but I'm a little more adult about voicing it.
     
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    BALLS DEEP Guess Who's Back.

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    Phinz, welcome to my world baby. In my living room I'm the 12th man on D and O. By my math I live 8760 hours a year. About 1/3rd of that sleeping:2920 hours. This means I'm awake 5,840 hours a year. Of that The Phins average 20 games a year over the last ten years (three pre-season, 16 regular season and one post-season (though this year it'll be 23 games total with the SB)). The average game is 3 hours so that means 60 hours or 2.666667 of my awake year is devoted to watching the phins.

    Man I'm spending this minute fraction of my year not missing a single play. Watching the games at force factor five like Chuck Yaegar on speed. Like a comet hurtling through space, like a Patriots fan chasing after those Queer Eye for the Straight guy no offense ***s no offense. There is a warning that has been uttered to my wife, friends, family and invisible friend named chuckles: If you're gonna watch the game with me then you're gonna live the game with me! Either root for the Phins or go find something else to do for the next three hours. And no matter what, don't try to calm me down or ever utter the phrase "it's just a game"!

    The good new is this year everything will be everything. We'll face the Bills, Pats, and Jets and kick them to sleep!

    Mod Note: The derogatory references about sexual orientation violate the house rules. Yell your heart out, throw sh!t at the tv, express yourself fully... but don't violate the house rules. Thanks.

    P4E
     
  16. Dol-Fan Dupree

    Dol-Fan Dupree Manning to Tyree = Best SB Play EVER!!!!

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    Would it really make it worse if it was garlic mashed?
     
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    I went to school after the meltdown at the Meadowlands. The bad thing is I went to sleep at the begining of the 4th quarter I was talking trash to Jets fans and they were laughing at me. I sure am glad I went to sleep.
     
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    Amen to that!

    I'm the same way when watching the Phins with my friends, and my mood changes drastically if they root against them.

    During the Titans game, two of my friends came over and well, we all know that game too well. They ended up leaving because I was so disgruntled by the end of it and wouldn't change it to the other game on.

    And, hehe, my friend almost killed me during a game. Against the Giants, him being a Giants fan, it was hillarious. We got into an argument over the Madison/Shockey deal and ended up not speaking too each other for like a week. Good times.

    GO PHINZ.
     
  19. Maybe Memories

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    I remember that game i think in 02 when kennoy kennedy almost killed Chris Chambers i started cussing Wut Tha F*U*C*K!!!! i dun think my mom has ever heard me cussing that much... also fiedler getting hurt i was like ... bring in ray lucas lol! then we won the game almost broke the coffee table in my living room(almost did clear the jump over it) LOL
     
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    t2thejz Perennial All-Pro

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    Yea that was a great game. I remember the Broncos kicker was running along our sideline after he hit what he thought was the game winning field goal. Boy was I happy when we shoved that **** right back in his face
     
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    t2thejz Perennial All-Pro

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    Now that I think of it thats only one of the two of the comebacks I can think of. The other one is when Dan the man threw that bomb to OG against the Colts and we won that, but I cant think of any other comebacks that have happened in the last seven years or so. Oh yea make that three. The raiders game when JF ran it in. It seems like all the comebacks happen against us.
     
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    dolfanreal69 Well-Known Member

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    I have to say that my wife is very understanding when i scream a the tv and throw my hat at feebler. I sit there and watch the other team and it seems like i can call what they are about to do. whats sad is the other team seems to do that against us in big games. i hat the predictabilty of our offense. I sure hope it changes. I sat actually hated the game for the whole offseason when Dan went out like that too.
     
  23. enigmatics

    enigmatics Go get me a juice box!

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    I'm definately the loudest guy in the bar.......... I go with friends who are fans of all different kinds of teams, myself being the only Fin fan, but that doesn't stop me from being vocal at that tv screen. I used to be really bad back in the day, prolly the influence of my father who was a diehard sports fan as well. But I think alots been taken out of us over the years with a shred of wisening up.

    I remember when the Fins would lose in an ugly manor, I would go into my room, rip down all my posters, all my Fins merchandise and put it into garbage bags refusing to put it all back out again until the Fins won my trust back......... hahaha. My mother used to yell at my father and I for how crazy we got over our sports teams. I think the two losses that made me the sickest were the Jacksonville disaster in the playoffs and the Meadowlands meltdowns. Although all those Buffalo losses we incurred in the 90's took a toll on me as well. Going back to that 62-7 debacle though, I couldn't believe what had happened.......... I was seriously immobilized unable to cope with the fact that that was Marino's last stand. People know what a die hard I am here and they love to pick at me when they lose.

    My fondest memory was the comeback against the Broncos in 2002. I was with my friend who's a Fins fan from New Jersey.....we were going to the U of Arizona at the time.......enjoying what was one of the greatest games I've watched..........brutal hitting, just smash mouth all around with some great highlight plays.........when they drove down the field on us and Elam hit that 51 yarder, my heart sunk........but there was still 40 secs left. My friend Adam and his friend Kristin called to talk sh*t and I told'em the game ain't over. Wouldn't you know it, Fieldler drove us down and Mare hit that awesome 53 yearder in the snow flurries..........hahaha yeah I called my friend and was like "Yeah what b*tch!!!! I'll see your 50 yard field goal and raise you another!!!!" Hahah it was awesome. Dan and I could be heard hootin' and hollarin' by the whole apartment complex, we were friggin' loud!!! That was a such a showdown and a great game man.

    When I was a kid I had gotten all this Dolphins clothing gear, including the infamous Zubaz zebra striped pants for the Hollidays........I swear I wore the clothing for 2 straight weeks without washing hahah.

    I thought I'd share with you guys some of the funny crap I used to wear.

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    Hahahh this is the garbage bag I still have filled with some of my childhood Fins gear.
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    These are those Zubaz pants I was sporting.......... Hahah I can't believe the NFL actually pushed these and I wore them!
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    This was the Marino sweatshirt I wore underneath the jacket.
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    This is the jacket.........seriously, talk about making the Dolphins logo look like a bunch of wimps, check out the back of it in the next picture.
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    The backside of the jacket.

    ........................If I'm not at the bars, I'm watching the games in my Fins Corner...........
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    FIN-IN-RI Banned Hammered

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    Yes

    The doctor told me that I must be in a room with rubber walls to watch Phin games/highlights..
     
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    Jimi The World Is Yours

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    LMAO!!!:roflmao: :lol: :laugh: :clap: :chuckle:


    I havent had to many blowups, but the NE loss in 2002 did leave a hole in the wall thx to my remote, ill never forget how mad my mom was. This year i cant wait to waqtch the Steeler game wit my die-hrad steeler fan(if i dont go to the game)!
     
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    The Music City No-call. I ruined 3 walls of my room by punching them and throwing dumbbells at them. My dad made me spackle them up with a sprained hand that day
     
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    LIQUID24 hi

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    Haha I don't blame you. That was a total forward lateral. I think the refs just wanted to get out of the stadium alive, so they didn't reverse it...
     
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    CirclingWagons Banned Hammered

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    I didn't think it was a total forward lateral, but i thought it was damn close...close enough that you should throw the flag in that situation. If they would've done that, than they'd of had to find indisputable evidence that it WAS a legal lateral, instead of the other way around. Sucks cause Bills had a damn good team that year
     
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    I love the fins no question about it. I have been a fan of the phins since about 1971.
    There is no way, I mean no way that I am going to let a loss cost me anything. I well not drink to them or drown my sorrows for them. I will not let a loss cause me to yell at my children or wife because they mean more to me then the phins do. Win or lose I have to face myself the next day and I will not look like a fool over my inability to control myself. I love the phins but I do not own them. I do yell at the TV ( loud speaking) My wife does here best not to talk to me during a game and she will not talk to me with less then 5 min left in the game. I have watched the games all of the hard losses. The chargers playoff loss, the 85 pats playoff loss, the 62-7 thumping by the jags, 24-3 cowboys over the fins in the super bowl, The redskins and riggins runover of the phins, 49ers in the bowl, the meltdown, Pats in ot last year, cant stop the eagles last year, the fumble last year, The int last year (texans). Still I do not see any reason to break anything I will have to replace, repair or bemoan the loss of. I Just keep on keeping on and will sleep at night win or lose beacuse next week is another chance to win one for the............for the...............for me, Mine, mine, mine their all mine mine mine I say ..........all the wins are mine ....got it !!............Good!




    j/k on the last part.
     
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    My girl stays gone when the phins are on. I'm not violent, but DAMN i'm loud. I yell and I scream when **** doesn't go right. I just irate. I'm usually a really calm guy, but seeing a **** storm REALLY gets me mad.

    The one game that really stands out to me is our loss against the jets like what? 2 years ago? They called that Ricky NON fumble a fumble. THEN they refused to give CC that TD! I mean it WAS a catch! I was irate, screaming and yelling. That's the only time I got physical though. Tore down my bunk, and threw my chairs in the hallway. The rest of the dorm turned it on just to see what was wrong. They were seeing the replays and knew I was rightfuly pissed, so they let me rant for the next few days.
     
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    Beast man ... you are my hero.

    And the Bucs can lick my n@d$ too.
     
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    I too had to calm down after my little girl was born. Every Sunday/Monday night dolphins game I had to hold her on a pillow in my lap and watch the game silently. The self restraint was amazing.

    But before that, I can say that my dolphins watching was so ugly, it probably turned my 1st wife off, that her watching me was the beginning of the end of our marriage. I'm not that big, but I've busted many closet doors by punching through them, broke a coffee table, 2 lazy boy chairs and about 20 remote controls launched across the room. I remember that playoff loss to Chargers about 10 years ago. Threw my brand new speakers across the room at my roommate (Chargers fan).

    But on the flip side, I remember being on crutches after major leg surgery (1994?) Thanksgiving day vs Cowboys. Keith Byars stutter stepping to the endzone for the snow angel and Leon Lett giving us the second chance. And the best scene: Aikman and Irvin hugging each other until they realize what had happened, HA! I went down three flights of stairs with my crutches, fell down the last several steps, got up, did my own snow angel and screamed and laughed in joy. SO the ups as good as the downs.
     
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    sbh1602 Playoffs? Playoffs?!

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    The Cleveland game where Danny went down and the Monday Night Crap-a-thon sent me to the hospital (I'm diabetic, you do the math).

    Also, the last game where I actually punched something hard (at my age, it would destroy the knuckles instead of the wall/table/whatever) was the AFC Championship game where we lost to... the... Patsies... (that day, I WAS Fuad Reveiz).

    Aaagghhhh.... hold on, let me get my pills... :D
     
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    sbh1602 Playoffs? Playoffs?!

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    Ha ha, well, I've only been married once, but my wife (R.I.P.) knew what to do when I watched a game: get out or hear the wrath. I was never much of a puncher (except for a few heart-breaking games) but I've always yelled like a schoolgirl on a rollercoaster whenever my fins play...

    With her increasing hearing problems, it got to a point where she could actually sit with me and watch the games... good times... :cool:
     
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    PhinPhreak Perennial All-Pro

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    What were 3 Jets fans doing in your house anyway, and how did you manage to throw them at the wall. :lol:
     
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    i sometimes have to go outside to prevent damage to the tv or satellite
     
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    My wife makes me gie up the controller when the Fins or Vikings play.......I end up throwing it or breaking it when I have it in my possession..........she's tired of me spending $20 a week every other week!
     
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    I remeber the finale against the Pats two years ago, that was horrible. I was down in St Pete watching the game, havin a great time watching Ricky run all over NE. But then came that ridiculous pass interference call and it all went down hill. I felt sick to my stomach after the game and was pissed at everyone, I threw the remote across the room and stormed out of the room after the field goal went through, it made me sick, ranks right up there with the Red Sox Game 7 loss last season.
     
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    Wow, reading some of these posts makes me realize I'm quite tame when it comes to watching games... I'm not much of a puncher or physical person when it comes to losing... I'm weird though when I watch games... I get nervous...I rock back and forth on the edge of my chair like I'm Rainman or something... I get up, go to the fridge and open the door, only to close it right away.... (that's only during commercials....it's like I'm nervous and I hafta find something to do) Oh yeah I smoke way too many cigs during a game...I cut down on the smoke if miami messes up during a cig, and light another one up if they score or get a turnover or something when I smoke...because it MUST be because a man in Las Vegas, NV is smoking at that time) haha, I'm just extremely superstitious during games and NEVER-NEVER-NEVER count my chickens before they hatch....learned that during the monday night debacle... Ended up having a couple jerks come over to watch the 2nd half...they liked the vikes and 49ers...but they kept saying "Wouldnt it be funny if the Jets came back..." Well, needless to say during the meltdown, I kicked them right out of the house... At least THAT was satisfying...
     
  40. Goin` Deep

    Goin` Deep "Pick your guy and let it fly" Finheaven VIP Donator

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    This thread is funny as hell. I`ve seen SO MANY DOLPHIN MELTDOWNS over the years that I`ve lost count. Like I said on another thread, I know damn good and well that by being a Dolphins fan, it has cut at least 10 years off my life.
    But I gotta say, the 62-7 playoff loss about killed me, literally! My buddy, Marino2Duper73 (who`s yet to post here, the POS) and I were flying high after our comeback win over Seattle the week before... well the Jags game is on, we got a bottle of Stoli, and before we even get settled in at my house, Marino throws that lame duck out pattern that got returned for a TD, and the tone of the game was set. Fast forward....we`re at the bar by halftime. Everybody needs to remember that this was a morning game, and by about... oh midnight, I`m blowing about a 3.0. I`m going to get in the cab (at least I made that smart call) and down I go face first (too drunk to get my hands out to break the fall I guess!),and onto the sidewalk I fall. That`s right broken nose! (Good news is my work insurance is finally paying for the nose job on July 2).
    Nowadays, things are much mellower....I save alot of $$ by not going to the bar, thank you Sunday Ticket, and now the wife and I have a 3 year old daughter who roots for the `Phins, which is pretty cool (hope she knows what she`s getting into), and of course now I can always have a quick shot of Jaeger to go with my Heineken when things start going bad. But, I think this year it`s time that things go good for us Dolphins fans, and maybe we`ll just roll all the way to the championship. (God knows we`ve paid our dues!)
     

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