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RE: Saints Bounty Thread - Beef - 05-12-2012 10:00 PM
(05-12-2012 09:29 PM)AsylumGuido Wrote: What do you think the Saints players did in detail? I know it is impossible to do it with no real evidence, but what is your belief in what happened?
This is obvious and I already covered this.
They pooled personal money together as rewards for tackles, ints, FF's, hard hits, good plays (ie. all performance stuff), cart-offs, knockouts, and injuries in general.
Players started these pools (or even one specific single contributor, like Vilma's $10k on Farve and Warner, or Orenstein's pledge on Rodgers) with specific targets in mind as did some coaches and even agents or acquaintances.
They lied and tried to cover it all up.
And I've already stated why I believe all this is true.
RE: Saints Bounty Thread - juraitwaluzka - 05-12-2012 10:35 PM
(05-12-2012 09:54 PM)ATLBound Wrote: If I may intervene because this is obviously going 12 rounds between Guido and Beef *LETS GET READY TO RUMBLEEEEE*
Perhaps we could debate whether or not Michael Buffer and Peter North are look-a-likes.
RE: Saints Bounty Thread - ATLBound - 05-12-2012 10:57 PM
It is funny how Ornstein is at one point a scumbag and a criminal but when he says an email was in "jest" then he is a good, wholesome guy who has a proficiency for telling the truth.
Ornstein's history implies he is sleazy enough to be involved....just sayin'
RE: Saints Bounty Thread - pauliwood - 05-13-2012 01:32 AM
were not far away from this thread being flooded with T and A
RE: Saints Bounty Thread - AsylumGuido - 05-13-2012 11:08 AM
Saints to use Sean Payton Hologram During 2012 Season
New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton may be suspended from the NFL for all of the 2012 season, but that won't keep him off the sidelines during game day. At least not a holographic likeness of him.
Thanks to technology made famous at this year's Coachella festival, where a deceased Tupac Shakur surprised the audience with a performance 15 years after his death, the Saints will be able to maintain the presence of their Super Bowl winning coach during games next season, without him even being in the building.
While many fans will immediately question whether or not this is a violation of Payton's suspension, Saints spokesperson Greg Bensel is quick to point out that it's well within the rules. Or, at least not against any rules.
"We've already discussed this with the commissioner and he's given us his stamp of approval."
Approval might be a generous term, however, because even though Roger Goodell is allowing the Saints to use a Payton hologram, he's none too pleased about the idea.
"We're in uncharted territory here. Obviously, league rules don't specifically state anything about holograms, or any other likeness for that matter. And since it wouldn't really be Sean out there, I feel I've got to allow it. Even though it's against my better judgement and I hate the [edited] Saints."
The Payton hologram will be created by AV Concepts, the same company responsible for the much talked about Tupac performance at Coachella last month. How does it work? The system employs an angled piece of glass placed on the field to reflect a projector image onto a screen that looks invisible to the fans. The hologram won't be able to speak or react to anything in real time specifically, but will have talking capabilities consisting of pre-populated Payton soundbites taken from previous film and audio recordings.
So why are the Saints going to such great lengths just to have a fake Sean Payton with them during games? General Manager Mickey Loomis explains.
"It's really just about trying to maintain a sense of normalcy, some consistency. I think having the players be able to look over and still see Sean there will go a long way."
Expect to see the Sean Payton hologram make its debut during the Saints pre-season games, where testers will work out the kinks, just like the players on the field.
RE: Saints Bounty Thread - AsylumGuido - 05-13-2012 11:12 AM
(05-12-2012 10:57 PM)ATLBound Wrote: It is funny how Ornstein is at one point a scumbag and a criminal but when he says an email was in "jest" then he is a good, wholesome guy who has a proficiency for telling the truth.
No, he is a scumbag that was seriously in debt and serving an eight month prison term. He obviously has a warped sense of humor, but there's no way he could have contributed money that he didn't even have or have any way to get to if he did. Yes, even scumbags can say things in jest.
Saints Bounty Thread - juraitwaluzka - 05-13-2012 11:51 AM
This is getting boring. Bring on the flood of T&A like a vengeful God who unleashes a torrent before Noah even has a chance to patch the hole in his boat. A three hour tour. A three hour tour.
RE: Saints Bounty Thread - ATLBound - 05-13-2012 12:32 PM
(05-13-2012 11:12 AM)AsylumGuido Wrote: No, he is a scumbag that was seriously in debt and serving an eight month prison term. He obviously has a warped sense of humor, but there's no way he could have contributed money that he didn't even have or have any way to get to if he did. Yes, even scumbags can say things in jest.You realize that being in debt does not equate to not having any money right?
RE: Saints Bounty Thread - AsylumGuido - 05-13-2012 02:37 PM
(05-13-2012 12:32 PM)ATLBound Wrote: You realize that being in debt does not equate to not having any money right?
Yes. Of course. But he supposedly lost everything on a business deal gone bad. That's why he was scalping tickets and trying to sell bogus jerseys. I read an interview with one guy that said Ornstein was so cheap he wouldn't lend a friend a quarter for a coke. He said there was no way he would pony up $5000 even if he had it. I'll try to find that interview.
Regardless, he was in prison. He couldn't even contact the coaches directly via email. How was he going to hand over $5000? If he did it electronically there would be all types of money trail right? That would have been a thousand times more damning than a PS in an email, right?
Face it. There is nothing there in the email. Goodell got way too far into this thinking he had proof but is quickly coming to the realization that he doesn't have what he thought and has gone too far to back off now.
RE: Saints Bounty Thread - Beef - 05-13-2012 03:54 PM
(05-13-2012 11:08 AM)AsylumGuido Wrote: Saints to use Sean Payton Hologram During 2012 Season
Obvious joke isn't even that funny. I like how whoever created this nonsense quoted Goodell as saying, "...and I hate the [edited] Saints." Like he would actually say that or even think it.
I've never seen a more delusional fanbase in my life. And you're at the top of their batshit crazy fanclub.