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Thread: Will Pete change his offensive philosophy???

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    Really... Seriously... Tragic.

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    It is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mommymu View Post
    We have heard it over and over and over, they just don't get enough pre-season practices any more. I'm going to do the wait and see attitude for 2 weeks, before I make my assumption that the O-line sux again. I do think that Russell was getting a lot more pocket time then last year, and if your receivers aren't getting open with more pocket time then your receivers need to step it up too.
    And that's where I believe it's coming full circle. If the receivers aren't getting open, the D can continue to stack 7 in the box, and send 5 or 6 at Russell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TC View Post
    Really... Seriously... Tragic.
    Maybe, but beautiful?

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    Perhaps it's not for everyone...

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    Wait, what? A tube for the vagina for sex? uh, no thanks. That's morbid. Not into necrophilia at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TC View Post
    Stealing the body of Elena from her tomb and bringing it to his home. Elena had been dead for two years at this point, and Tanzler worked furiously to fight the decay of her body. He used oceans of preservatives to stem the tide of decomposition and applied bottle after bottle of perfume to compensate for the stench of decaying flesh. Nothing could possibly work, and the corpse of Elena Hoyos continued to rot. Regardless, he worked to keep the two together, living as if in a happy relationship, even playing her songs on the organ, on which he was a skilled player.

    As her decomposition progressed, his methods became more extreme. He used piano wire to string her bones together, a grim attempt at holding her skeleton together. When her eyes putrefied, he removed them and replaced them with glass replicas. Her skin rotted and fell away, and as it did he replaced it with a strange mixture of his own creation, silk soaked with wax and plaster. For each natural step in her decomposition, Tanzler attempted to freeze her in time, and with each of his attempts she became less the corpse of a lost loved one and more like a morbid doll, a sad caricature of the living Elena Hoyos. Her body collapsed as her organs decayed, and he filled her stomach and chest with rags to help it retain its shape. Her hair fell out, and he used it to craft a wig. Some accounts (including a notable episode of HBO’s Autopsy series) allege that he installed a tube to act as a false vagina for intercourse)
    Elena can be our starting left tackle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by idhawkman View Post
    Wait, what? A tube for the vagina for sex? uh, no thanks. That's morbid. Not into necrophilia at all.

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