Posts by FishTale

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  • Did Lawyer’s E-Mail Goof Land $1B Settlement on NYT’s Front Page?

    02/08/2008 6:27:37 AM PST · 12 of 21
    FishTale to Publius Valerius
    "...the reporter, who said he did receive an e-mail, but it did not contain a detailed description of the status of the settlement talks. Berenson told the blog he got his information from other sources."

    Well, that should be easy enough to validate. The sender does have a Sent mailbox, correct? What was the message she "sent"?

  • The world's first time machine? (experiment in 3 months)

    02/08/2008 5:28:04 AM PST · 39 of 90
    FishTale to TigerLikesRooster
    "Cynics often point out that if time travel was really possible, we would have been visited by people from the future."

    How do they know we haven't?......

  • Goodell would give indemnification to Walsh for materials from Pats' days

    02/07/2008 7:32:41 AM PST · 7 of 8
    FishTale to dawn53

    This Walsh fellow has not spoken out because he had been told by his attorney that the NFL or the Patriots could come after him for possession of stolen property, breach of contract (if he had a speak-no-evil clause in his contract) etc...

    The NFL is saying that they will insure against any “losses” he may incur as a result of his blowing the whistle on the Patriots.

  • Goodell would give indemnification to Walsh for materials from Pats' days

    02/07/2008 7:13:46 AM PST · 1 of 8
    Just hope Mr. Walsh is smart enough to make copies of his "evidence" before he turns it over to Roger.
  • The Cooper Concerns (1993 Hillary: We'll crush you. You'll wish you never mention this to me")

    02/07/2008 5:20:29 AM PST · 65 of 70
    FishTale to neverdem
    "It’s smarter to begin by offering people affordable access to coverage and evolve from there."

    LOL! Yeah, THAT'S IT! First, you offer them something "affordable". Then, and only then, after you have those low-class, ignorant peons by the short & curlies... THAT'S when you hose them! err, I mean, "evolve from there".

    Cooper gets no sympathy here.

  • Pelosi Skips Calif. Primary to Work the NASCAR Vote (w/Jimmie Johnson)

    02/06/2008 9:56:29 AM PST · 45 of 48
    FishTale to meyer
    "Silly me - and here I thought racing was all about being the first car to cross the finish line."

    Dang, you must be really old! ;-) Sure, "racing" may be about finishing first. But this is NASCAR. Different animal. Don't worry about winning, son, just get your damn sponsor's logo on TV!

  • Pelosi Skips Calif. Primary to Work the NASCAR Vote (w/Jimmie Johnson)

    02/06/2008 8:28:17 AM PST · 25 of 48
    FishTale to Non-Sequitur
    "Lot of NASCAR fans in her San Francisco district are there?"

    No, just a couple of drivers...

  • Super Bowl XLII Live Thread (New York Giants win 17-14)

    02/05/2008 5:49:23 AM PST · 2,885 of 2,918
    FishTale to misterrob
    No, not a Giants fan. But yes, like 98% of the country, I was pulling for the Giants Sunday night. I am a football fan. My dog isn't involved at all in this fight. But I do want to see cheaters and rule breakers caught and punished no matter who they are. If I wanted cheaters, rule violaters and sinister scheming I'll turn on professional wrestling. You may say you're okay with all that crap but you'd only be lying to yourself. You seek to deny any wrong-doing or excuse the Patriots behavior because it's your team. That doesn't make it right. That just means you can be bought.

    BTW, you asked about Specter's involvement. Here's a link to explain some issues involved. Keep in mind, The NFL went to Congress first when they relied heavily on Congress getting involved with the anti-trust exemption to stabilize the TV market and in so doing, they saved more than a few franchise markets. My personal belief is that Roger Goodell is a crook and if it takes somebody like Specter to do Roger's job then those of us who care about integrity in the sport are much better off.

  • Super Bowl XLII Live Thread (New York Giants win 17-14)

    02/05/2008 4:31:48 AM PST · 2,882 of 2,918
    FishTale to SoldierDad
    "I watched the end of the game yesterday, and saw Bellichick return to the sidelines for the last snap of the last second on the clock."

    Heh, heh... c'mon, admit it. You didn't watch the end of the game.

  • Super Bowl XLII Live Thread (New York Giants win 17-14)

    02/04/2008 1:33:21 PM PST · 2,848 of 2,918
    FishTale to misterrob
    You can justify it any way you want, but either way, you are ignorant and dead wrong. Belichick was caught red-handed doing the illegal taping that he was specifically warned against doing by the commissioner of the league. Everybody else has not been caught. If and when others are caught, I hope they are punished even more severely and the fines and punishment increase until it is no longer worth the risk. But attempting to justify Belichick's cheating by saying that everybody does it, is mind-numbed response by an unenlightened homer attempting to blow smoke up the @$$e$ of anybody that will listen for the sake of being able to beat their own chests and revel in their team's victory. It's a game. Unfortunately, the money involved brings out the worst in participants and the fans as well. No where is that more apparent than in Boston.

    The NFL was on to Belichick in 2006 but said they could not catch him and they simply bided their time and waited for him to set up his camera guy again. And now this Walsh fellow is implying that he has evidence dating back even further that will embarrass both the Patriots AND the NFL. Leads me to believe that the game against the Jets and Mangini, who had first-hand knowledge of the cheating, forced Roger Goodell's hand. If Matt Walsh fears retribution by the NFL and the Patriots for being a whistleblower than I would welcome a investigation by Specter, or whoever has the power to grant immunity from lawsuits, charges or prosecution, provided, of course, that Matt Walsh has the hard facts, tapes, etc. that he has implied to ESPN. If he does not possess hard facts than he needs to go away. Specter is correct in the fact that a more thorough investigation is justified because, IMHO, exactly none of Roger Goodell's statements regarding the evidence and the punishments have made a lick of sense.

    Thanks for playing though, try again next year.

  • Super Bowl XLII Live Thread (New York Giants win 17-14)

    02/04/2008 12:27:43 PM PST · 2,836 of 2,918
    FishTale to SoldierDad
    "W/E. Specter needs to keep his mind on his job. His job is not being a referee for the NFL or any other pro sports organization. His job is clearly defined by the constitution, which does not mention anything about policing pro sports."

    Attempting to cast doubts on Specter's involvement is just a poor attempt to keep any facts from emerging. So you don't want to know that your coach and team are cheaters and you will do or say anything to smear the messenger, I understand that. I don't agree with it, but I understand your frustration after having your hearts ripped out last night. But covering up your ears and screaming doesn't change things.

    If the truth comes out and absolutely proves that no illegal taping took place at any time during the Belichick era than I would think you would welcome a more thorough investigation because, I don't know whether you noticed it or not but, if you check the various forums (be it SI or ESPN)? Everybody outside of Massachusetts believes the team and coach are tarnished way beyond repair. The Patriots, in fact, may never live it down until Belichick retires and just goes away.

  • Super Bowl XLII Live Thread (New York Giants win 17-14)

    02/04/2008 11:11:35 AM PST · 2,822 of 2,918
    FishTale to SoldierDad
    "Much ado about nothing."

    Nice try but this is not about Specter or his politics. This is about a coach who appears to have built his "genius" reputation and his career on false premises. And a team whose success and integrity are now tarnished.

  • Super Bowl XLII Live Thread (New York Giants win 17-14)

  • NFL Pulls Plug On Big-Screen Church Parties For Super Bowl

    02/01/2008 5:39:24 AM PST · 38 of 157
    FishTale to ml/nj
    "Didn't we do this last year?"

    Maybe, but I was too busy beating my wife during the Super Bowl to notice...

  • Irish fugitive found at U.S. checkpoint[South Texas]

    02/01/2008 5:07:48 AM PST · 46 of 53
    FishTale to Jaded

    LOL. I was thinking Sean Miller...

  • Irish fugitive found at U.S. checkpoint[South Texas]

    01/31/2008 12:38:54 PM PST · 25 of 53
    FishTale to SwinneySwitch
    Is this the lad?

  • Blue-eyed humans have a single, common ancestor

    01/31/2008 10:42:21 AM PST · 227 of 298
    FishTale to jus'plainjeff

    I had a childhood friend who had one green and one blue eye. On top of that, his pupils were diamond or slit shaped like a cat.

  • Bill's Red Neck

    01/31/2008 10:18:17 AM PST · 22 of 23
    FishTale to Kaslin

    “Redneck”? “Redneck” is soooo ‘70s. We’ve come a long way and would prefer the term... “Agro-Americans”, thank you.

  • Taliban Emir: We Will Destroy America and Britain, But Won't Use Nuclear Bombs

    01/31/2008 5:25:44 AM PST · 23 of 45
    FishTale to SJackson

    They don’t have to use bombs of any kind. Their candidate for the Presidency of the United States is within striking distance of the White House.

  • What They're Really Saying About Governor Mitt Romney At The Second Reagan Library Debate

    01/31/2008 4:51:32 AM PST · 26 of 173
    FishTale to Reaganesque

    The problem with Romney? I would wager that a conservative number of between 75 and 80% of voting Americans (people who vote but don’t obsess with politics) couldn’t pick him out of a line-up. Credit the media for that.

  • Once a role player, Patriots' Wes Welker now a budding star

    01/30/2008 11:17:45 AM PST · 100 of 101
    FishTale to WhyisaTexasgirlinPA
    Uhhhhh.... No. Never banned. Called to the principal's office a time or two, but never banned. If expressing my opinion is considered "causing trouble" then I am guilty. My opinion is my opinion. You may or may not agree with it, either way, I accept that. But I'd much rather have others express their opinion no matter how much at odds it is with mine. Otherwise, life would be boring, don't you think? It's too bad not everybody shares that consideration.

    Enjoy the game.

  • Once a role player, Patriots' Wes Welker now a budding star

    01/30/2008 10:15:54 AM PST · 98 of 101
    FishTale to WhyisaTexasgirlinPA
    "obsessive newbie"

    Like I said, a lot of assuming going on here... newbie. ;-)

  • Once a role player, Patriots' Wes Welker now a budding star

    01/30/2008 10:13:48 AM PST · 97 of 101
    FishTale to Hegewisch Dupa

    LOL! And I see that grammar isn’t exactly your forte. No thanks, I’ll stick with my own words. But don’t worry, maybe they’ll cover grammar when you get to high school.

  • Once a role player, Patriots' Wes Welker now a budding star

    01/30/2008 8:50:43 AM PST · 91 of 101
    FishTale to ksen
    "And yet there they were playing in the AFC Championship game last season, one of only four teams left standing."

    They were trending down and were the most vulnerable of those teams. If you didn't realize that, you weren't paying attention. If you think that's ridiculous, that's fine. But I have a couple of Boston-grown self-proclaimed "greatest Patriots* fans ever" right in my office who agree that if the Patriots* hadn't picked up those two key players they would never have enjoyed the success they have this season and they were at best, one and done in this year's play-offs. Like I said, I'll stand by my comments.

    "Based on your hate for them I have to conclude that they must have beat your team bad and you are just looking to assuage your hurt pride. :shrug:"

    A lot of assuming going on around here. :shrug:

  • Once a role player, Patriots' Wes Welker now a budding star

    01/30/2008 8:35:46 AM PST · 90 of 101
    FishTale to Hegewisch Dupa
    "I love Fishtale’s tacit agreement with my brilliant suggestion that the Pats record is tainted since the rest of the league was too stupid to change their signals after the Pats were caught taping at the very beginning of the season."

    Please don't mistake my ignoring your post as a "tacit agreement" to your "brilliant suggestion". Frankly, in light of the facts, you simply have no idea what you are talking about so I just chalk that up to complete ignorance.

    But, thanks for playing.

  • Once a role player, Patriots' Wes Welker now a budding star

    01/30/2008 5:17:26 AM PST · 81 of 101
    FishTale to Hegewisch Dupa
    "Actually Wes totally deserves Fishtale: when idiot’s aren’t on your side, you’ve picked the right side ;)"

    How Clintonian of you to defend cheating in such a manner.

  • Once a role player, Patriots' Wes Welker now a budding star

    01/30/2008 5:14:43 AM PST · 80 of 101
    FishTale to WhyisaTexasgirlinPA
    "You said Wes Welker sold his soul, then said maybe he didn't know the team had cheated prior to signing. That is the complete opposite of your initial statement about the man."

    Read again. I allowed for the possibility that he was not aware of what he was getting into though I, myself, am quite skeptical. Either way you look at it, he, along with the other players on the team, knew what they had when they started training camp and they decided then that cheating and a Super Bowl championship were more important than their integrity and the integrity of the game. And THAT, like it or not, is selling your soul.

    I am not at all embarrassed by my position and I firmly stand by my statements. Try and justify it all you want. Bottom line is that you win as a team, you lose as a team and you cheat as a team. You can't pick one or two guys out of the team and say okay, this guy isn't a cheater because he went to my favorite college or he's a hometown hero and he sure had a hard time making it to the big time and besides, he's awfully cute... but his team and his coach sure cheated! Talk about saying one thing and then saying the opposite. You may be able to justify cheating because of some personal feelings toward an individual involved but it's still cheating.

  • Once a role player, Patriots' Wes Welker now a budding star

    01/29/2008 12:32:20 PM PST · 76 of 101
    FishTale to Bigoleelephant
    "And assuming that I am defending Belichick(sp) is your final gaffe. Please show me once where I defended him?"

    Show me once where I assumed that you were defending Belichick.

    In addition to being a now big-time football star, Welker is also a grown man and he has the power to make his own decisions both before AND after the scandal was known to the public. He, along with the rest of the team knew what was happening before they were caught. With this particular coach and organization, glory comes at a cost of the collective integrity of the team as well as the individual integrity of each man (selling your soul). You win as a team, you lose as a team. But you are still a member of that team for good or bad.

    After they were caught? Not only did he or any other player speak out or distancing themselves from their cheating leader but they, as a team, decided to stick it in everybody's face by rallying around and blindly defending their coach. Sounds like a certain former President and his Democratic Congress. To a man, each individual member of that team lost their integrity and any due respect. Welker decided that his glorious opportunity was much more important to him than his own integrity or the integrity of the game.

  • Once a role player, Patriots' Wes Welker now a budding star

    01/29/2008 11:10:37 AM PST · 74 of 101
    FishTale to Bigoleelephant
    Crude childish comments aside, yours was a nice try but you were the one lumping all the years together and when that's the case, I agree with you (as long as the asterisk is firmly in place). But I was taking each year individually to determine who are the best teams for that particular season.

    That point, which you apparently missed, was to point out that the Patriots* were not the Super Bowl quality team that they had hoped to be in 2006 so they identified where they needed help and they went out and found that help. Last year's team was missing a cylinder. Welker and Moss were the solution and the Patriots* should get credit for finding a relatively obscure player in Welker and giving him the opportunity to show what he is capable of doing. That is not saying that Welker was not a good player, he is very good. But the Patriots* payed him what he was worth to them at that point in time. Welker, through hard work and determination, proved that he's worth that and a whole lot more.

    Unfortunately for him, he's still part of a team that was caught cheating and to have supposed conservatives and people of such supposedly high moral standards on this site railing against the Democrats and the Clintons yet defending Belichick* and his team is pretty sad and quite ironic.

  • Information on North Carolina -- Vanity

    01/29/2008 9:57:53 AM PST · 41 of 65
    FishTale to Phantom Lord

    Now more than ever. But I do remember a time before the clash of civilizations, so to speak. There is still at least one holdover living up along High House Road across from St. Michael’s Church. Not terribly difficult to spot him as you’re driving by. ;-)

  • Once a role player, Patriots' Wes Welker now a budding star

    01/29/2008 8:55:58 AM PST · 71 of 101
    FishTale to Bigoleelephant
    "If that doesn't constitute one of the best teams in football, I don't know what does."

    As has been suggested by more than a few NFL pundits. The 2006 Patriots* would not have beaten the Chargers in this year's AFC Championship game. The 2006 Patriots* would never have gone undefeated this year. They were starting to slide backward. They were not the quality team that they had been in the past. They needed help last year. Keep in mind, this year, despite all the injuries and despite Norv Turner, the Chargers were still in the game against this year's "greatest team ever".

    Last year, when things needed fixing, they had to go find some players and they were fortunate enough to get two very good deals on players who were flying somewhat under the radar. Moss was not really "under" the radar but was considered a locker room pariah and not too many teams were willing to take that gamble and Welker was a relative unknown who fit perfectly into their offensive scheme. The difference between starting to slide out of contention last year and their success this year was the acquisition of Welker and Moss.

    "The Patriots won their division in 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006."

    LOL! But the biggest laugh of the day is that you think that winning the AFC East is an accomplishment?! HAH! That's a given every year, look at the rest of the division. Buffalo, the Jets and Miami... They start the season off with 6 wins in their pocket.

    "They won the conference and Super Bowl in 2001, 2003 and 2004. If that doesn't constitute one of the best teams in football, I don't know what does."

    Now, also by trying to understand your reasoning, we're obviously taking it to the extreme, but the Patriots*, you say, were still one of the best teams in the NFL in the 2002 season (they didn't even make the playoffs) because they won the Super Bowl in both 2001 and 2003?!

    The point being that even the Patriots* know that they can't relax on past success. They have to identify their weaknesses and fix them year in and year out. Last year they were not one of the best teams, this year they are the best so far.

  • Information on North Carolina -- Vanity

    01/29/2008 7:30:17 AM PST · 34 of 65
    FishTale to Roses0508
    Two things...

    1) “Containment Area for Transplanted Yankees”? How's that spell CARY? Now there are a few versions and they all differentiate based on the letter "C". But then you say "Transplanted"? Our family always went with Concentrated Area of Relocated Yankees

    2) Wade County? It's Wake County.

  • Once a role player, Patriots' Wes Welker now a budding star

    01/29/2008 7:20:08 AM PST · 66 of 101
    FishTale to WhyisaTexasgirlinPA
    He IS an awesome player. But he hadn't proven himself or reached his potential until he got to the Patriots*. In fact, he may be still climbing. But at the time, the Patriots* offered him what they thought he was worth to them financially.

    I also allowed for him maybe not knowing what he was getting himself into but I had reservations about whether he really was oblivious due to the fact that many teams around the league, as it has come out, were aware of what the Patriots* were up to and Welker is far from being a total idiot.

    He wanted the best opportunity for a Championship as does everybody. Whether he was aware before he signed the dotted line or not, he went to a team that was caught cheating. He is now a member of a team that will be known for cheating. You win as a team and you lose as a team.

    I pointed out the fact that the Patriots* lost in the last two playoffs and that Welker was one of the keys to their success this season. That doesn't mean the Patriots* were not cheating in those past two seasons. You are incredibly naive to think that the act of cheating will gaurantee a win. You still need to field a quality team and they still need to strap on the pads.

  • Information on North Carolina -- Vanity

    01/29/2008 6:43:09 AM PST · 26 of 65
    FishTale to LuLuLuLu

    Grab an apartment or rent a house around the Cary/Apex area for 6 months to a year and take the time to explore and ask a lot of questions. Both Cary and Apex are an easy commute to RTP and they are relatively central to where you’ll eventually end up wanting to live.

  • Once a role player, Patriots' Wes Welker now a budding star

    01/29/2008 6:10:25 AM PST · 63 of 101
    FishTale to Bigoleelephant; WhyisaTexasgirlinPA
    I never said that Wes Welker wasn't an awesome player. I could have been more definitive in that statement. Welker wasn't worth a good deal of money (meaning the Patriots* could get him for a song) because he hadn't blossomed as the star that he is now due to the fact that the Dolphins don't have the offense or the QB that could get the ball to him. The league is full of incredibly talented atheletes who never reach their potential because they are not supported by highly talented teammates and coaches. Of course, their teams weren't picking up the other team's signals illegally either... And yes, I believe the Patriots* are still cheating. The NFL has already proven to them that they won't take away the wins and that leaves no incentive to play it straight. Belichick* gets payed to win football games, period. The heck with draft choices and cash, those things you can work around. Until they start taking wins away, the cheating will continue. The same could be said in any sport. (Thinking NASCAR here)

    And, by the way, the Patriots* were not one of the best teams in the league before Welker's arrival. They lost in the playoffs the last two seasons and they went out and found Welker and Moss. Two of the three main keys to their ultimate success this season.

    Welker is certainly worth a whole lot more than he was when the Patriots* picked him up. Credit that to the Patriots* fitting him into an offensive scheme that best utilizes his talents.

    Unfortunately for him, he landed in a now heavily tainted organization that puts winning above the rules of the game. Welker, I'm sure wasn't aware of the cheating that was going on last year before he joined the team (although there were quite a few teams who were suspicious and according to what I have seen and read, it does go back beyond last year such that even Charlie Weis could share a little insight into the matter. And that, BTW, is highly disappointing to this long-time Notre Dame football fan) but Welker AND Moss did have a good idea what was going on from the moment they picked up their playbooks and into the start of the year. That is guaranteed.

    I played the game myself and as an offensive starter, if you have half a brain, you would know something was up. Everybody has a role to play. They may not know what everybody else's role is in the scheme but they have their own role. To believe otherwise is to believe that Wes Welker is a total idiot and was totally oblivious to what was going on around him. I give Welker a little more credit than that. Hell, even the kicker knows what they are doing. He's there, he starts questioning how they can call the perfect play in any situation, how they "seem" to know every single time the blitz is coming, etc... The sports press and Patriots* fans tries to sell the line that it's just coaches that were involved and the players are completely oblivious and that is complete an utter nonsense.

    As for the records? The kicking and returning kicks "record" speaks to his abilities as an athelete. His job on the field was to return kicks, that's a given. He fell into the kicking duties in a game where their kicker was not available and he was able to step in and perform. That's awesome! That's something he can tell his grandkids about. But that's not a "record" as much as it is a "feat". Players are not actively trying to break that "record". A team does not draft a kicker/kick returner. The fact that Welker had a Dolphin record for returning kickoffs speaks well about his durability because the Dolphins were receiving an awful lot of kickoffs. I'll spell it out for you: The Dolphins have been the worst they have ever been the past few seasons and they were giving up a lot more touchdowns and field goals than they ever have. And what do they do after they give up a touchdown or field goal? The other team kicks the ball off to them! You see how that works?

    And as for Welker's shared receiving record. That was this season, after the Patriots* picked him up at a bargain basement price. Now, the trick is to re-sign Welker. That contract will definitely prove to be a lot more costly to the Patriots* this time around.

  • Once a role player, Patriots' Wes Welker now a budding star

    01/28/2008 1:50:42 PM PST · 57 of 101
    FishTale to WhyisaTexasgirlinPA
    Try applying some common sense and get back to me. There is a reason, despite all those Dolphin records and superlatives, that the rest of the league was not beating down the door of a then-career special teamer and the Patriots got him for a song.

    Here's a hint: It has to do with the Dolphins win/loss record the past few years? And the fact that they were on the receiving end of the kick-offs a lot more than the kicking end? Think it over.

    "Gee Fishy, you really don't know what you are talking about."

    Sheesh, you sound like my ex-mother-in-law...

  • Once a role player, Patriots' Wes Welker now a budding star

    01/28/2008 12:37:33 PM PST · 51 of 101
    FishTale to Bigoleelephant
    "If his agent was shopping him around, he did it very clandestinely so as to not even be mentioned. He didn't even get Welker a very good deal. Welker needs a new agent."

    Welker wasn't worth a "good deal" at the time. He was small time and wanted out of Miami, the Patriots got him at a bargain. Moss was also a relative bargain because of his history.

    But thanks for making my point. It's also proof-positive (be it Welker, Moss or Brady for that matter) that the 1st round draft choice penalty for cheating leveled against the Pats was a joke.

  • Patriots Respond To Burress' Claim About Receivers ("Broadway Burress")

    01/28/2008 11:22:25 AM PST · 22 of 69
    FishTale to sirchtruth
    Dude... In reference to Post #20?

    Consider yourself...

  • 11-Year-Old Boy Deaf for Nine Years Is Suddenly Cured

    01/28/2008 8:50:37 AM PST · 44 of 66
    FishTale to NCDragon


  • Once a role player, Patriots' Wes Welker now a budding star

    01/28/2008 8:43:15 AM PST · 43 of 101
    FishTale to WhyisaTexasgirlinPA

    My apologies, I thought I was dealing with an adult.

  • Once a role player, Patriots' Wes Welker now a budding star

    01/28/2008 8:41:09 AM PST · 41 of 101
    FishTale to WhyisaTexasgirlinPA
    "You didn’t answer my question - is your employer 100% honest? So sad for you to realize you “sold your soul” for a job. "

    I'll slow it down for the impaired.

    Sold his soul?


    Do you work?


    Is your company 100% honest in all it’s dealings?


    Do they ever try to slip one by the IRS?


  • Once a role player, Patriots' Wes Welker now a budding star

    01/28/2008 8:22:20 AM PST · 36 of 101
    FishTale to WhyisaTexasgirlinPA

    Yes, yes, yes and no.

  • Once a role player, Patriots' Wes Welker now a budding star

    01/28/2008 8:20:41 AM PST · 35 of 101
    FishTale to Bigoleelephant

    His agent shopped him around. He wanted to play for a contender. Unfortunately, his success cost him his integrity.

  • Once a role player, Patriots' Wes Welker now a budding star

    01/28/2008 7:45:31 AM PST · 31 of 101
    FishTale to TexasNative2000
    Miami and San Diego never got caught cheating. Too bad Wes sold his soul for a stab at glory and a chance to play for a Super Bowl ring.


  • ABC News: "Is Clinton Scrutinized About Her Looks Too Much?" [Horrific Image alert]

    01/28/2008 6:45:25 AM PST · 18 of 46
    FishTale to TommyDale
    Got any fries with that shake?

  • Chicken Wings. Where are the best?

    01/28/2008 6:12:35 AM PST · 99 of 113
    FishTale to Gatún(CraigIsaMangoTreeLawyer)
    "I love Duck."

    They shoot ducks with rockets?!

  • Hillary denies Knowing Rezko (Did She Remember The 'Billing Records' either, etc?

    01/25/2008 8:48:36 AM PST · 28 of 59
    FishTale to JBR34
    "This is a non-issue."

    That doesn't mean it can't be exploited. The evening news is chock full of "non-issues".

  • Take A Spin In Movies' Sweetest Rides

    01/25/2008 6:00:16 AM PST · 42 of 81
    FishTale to MrEdd

    The Green Hornet’s Black Beauty. A Chrysler Imperial... I think.

  • Take A Spin In Movies' Sweetest Rides

    01/25/2008 5:52:53 AM PST · 35 of 81
    FishTale to ShadowDancer
  • Take A Spin In Movies' Sweetest Rides

    01/25/2008 5:37:45 AM PST · 20 of 81
    FishTale to MrEdd