June 29, 2012

They arent human are they???

I recall years ago going to a Seattle Seahawks   game

 on a sunday afternnon

, went down at Seatac hotel where we were staying

....and of all the folks I saw>>>

 were members of the Oakland Raiders one was the late Lyle Alzado

, I recall thinking wow are they big????

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  • Yes, the players are alot bigger in "real life"!! Such as the "Fridge" of the Bears = a "Transformer"!! LOL.... When I saw him...I thought ~ "Geez, the man makes 4 of Walter Payton"! Now, his size is common place in the NFL.
  • hey eli try to find my other blogs around here ????
  • go to Page 8??? and read my zing on jake peavy...PAGE 8??? yeathur its YB?????
  • or we could call it YB's interpretation of an old fashioned easter Egg hunt????
  • ive blogging and blogging and having fun now its your turn to find em?????
  • No Im not trying to be a jerk its called the TRUTH
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  • i have blogging even thoug i may get no commnents
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