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Peyton Manning, class act.
Ray Allen, class act.
Steve Nash, class act.
It also depends both on the person and whether or not they announce it through a majestically trivial waste of time press conference.
"I'm going to take my talents to South Beach."
These 9 words made one man the biggest a-hole on the planet. I will never forget these 9 words in my life. What an incredibly pretentious thing to say--my talents. Jerk-off.
P.S. woot, "Your favorite player on my favorite team leaves?"
Unless you live in S. Florida when that was the greatest thing to say by the best player since Jordan. Sux to be you!!
How can you blame the guy? Have you ever been to Cleveland? Nuff said!
FIGHTING CRIME AND INDIFFERENCE SINCE 8:32 THIS MORNING
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alefnought wrote:The answers don't seem to match up with the question. The answers refer to *my* favorite player on *my* favorite team; whereas the question refers to *my* favorite player on *your* favorite team.
What do up expect from questions about spectator "sports"? It's as incongruous as a tech toy named after a killing machine. Oh, they did that too. :-P
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Well, when Jimmy left the debate team, I was heartbroken and angry at first, but I realized his overuse of the slippery-slope fallacy was a major hindrance, so now I just wish him luck.
I'm not picky, but I'm not that not picky.