Oh I'm not. I was kinda hoping they would just cut him.I wouldn't count on anything good from him.
Guys who don't want to play football don't win championships. Guys who are dedicated to the game win championships. Along w/ talent, of course!!!Oh I'm not. I was kinda hoping they would just cut him.
Stupidity?Just so You Know "Finna" is more Rural than street. What's it called when you make an assumption before you know the truth? I think there's a word for it .
Some country people? Man, must be from Hawaii or something very regional.Yes sir Several people in this thread including myself have explained it . Finna the way some country people say Fixing to, which is a colloquialism of I'm getting ready to do something .
example : I'm getting ready to go to the store / I finna go too-da stow.
Joseph is from Baton Rouge, LouisianaSome country people? Man, must be from Hawaii or something very regional.
I just looked it up on phone. It's from the hiphop culture.Just so You Know "Finna" is more Rural than street. What's it called when you make an assumption before you know the truth? I think there's a word for it .
Must be peculiar to that part of the US, I guess.Joseph is from Baton Rouge, Louisiana
It took my dad 5 minutes to clear his throat before he spoke.No but I’d like to be able to speak the language the African Pygmy spoke with the series of clicks and pops in the movie ‘ The Gods Must Be Crazy”
well we dont know who pulled the triggers, or what josephs role really was.In what program could they have placed the guy who pulled the trigger? What would a program have done for KJ? Taught him not to ride in cars? I'd hate to see some of you as jurors.
Well I would never have drafted him, and the fact he has mainly only been good enough to play ST, makes me wonder why he was draftedI'm for giving him a third preseason. He was relatively inexperience coming out of college because of all his bouncing around. So up to this point, it's been more about potential than production. This preseason, he has to show that he can produce or it's time to move on. I think some of you give up on players too quickly. We'd get nothing for him right now in a trade, so let's see if he can prove himself worthy of being a second-round pick.
The word was around before 80s hip hop (rap) artists used it.I just looked it up on phone. It's from the hiphop culture.
Who told you it was rural?