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Football / Coaching Football in America Thread
« on: September 27, 2021, 09:44:02 PM »
Hey all,

I recently started coaching football in the USA. Started with an assistant role and this year I took a leadership role with a girls team. I felt I would start a thread like this for other coaches to share their experiences, philosophies, and method. The biggest issue I'm dealing with is kids not willing to take instruction and their attitude of learning. They play for these summer/traveling "clubs" but they can't trap, have no positional awareness, very little skill, only speed and strength, very low technical ability. What do you do in these situations, do you use the Insideout coaching method or do you use the prescription where the coach shows/tells you them to do?


General Discussion / If you need video or media of any kind hit us up
« on: August 26, 2019, 09:47:15 PM »
Hey guys,

Check out my company Zandolee Media.  www.zandoleemedia.com  If you need any media in the US don't hesitate to reach out.


Entertainment & Culture Discussion / Iba Mahr Diamond Sox
« on: November 22, 2016, 06:37:58 PM »
Not sure if you guys came across this joint yet.

<a href="https://www.youtube.com/v/orDQXOck704" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer" class="bbc_link bbc_flash_disabled new_win">https://www.youtube.com/v/orDQXOck704</a>

Football / Great Teams < Winning Teams
« on: November 17, 2016, 01:45:21 PM »
We had something.  Even though it seems like that has changed now but, we had something.  I'm not a genius of the game but I try not to be to simple.  Hart once said, "I don't think the lads know how good they are."  Then they went out and over performed in GC.  Handling top teams.  We live in a day with great teams all over the world that getting 4 and 7 goals on the biggest stages.  You can pundit these games all you want but the truth of modern football is that a having a great team does not translate to a winning team.  Deal with it.  No one should be suggesting burning down your house because your lock sticking.
This is the closest we've had to a winning team in a long time.  Don't forget. 

I'm not sure if we can translate wins but all the games I've seen were containable.  I don't see a mystery with our side.  All the adjustments that need to be made can be.  We need a couple more dangerous players that can see the long game and not just boats rides.  Those two suspensions hurt us and it on the players.  Hart said it again, "We haven't achieved anything yet. Obviously that didn't get through."

We have a great team.   We might disagree on this but my basis is that we've proven that we can play and MANAGE top teams, control space, tempo and boss key parts of the field.  Defenders that could score with their heads etc.  When last we saw that consistently? 

One mindset that is hindering that transition to a winning team.  To many of our attacking players treat KJ like a second, third and forth option.   You got the best header of the ball in the Union.  Stop holding up the ball wide.  GET THE BALL IN.  AND MAKE IT GOOD.  Don't matter if he got 10 men on him.  It's very simple, when you break away play KJ.   Make a T-shirt if you need to...  "When I break away, play KJ" 
There is no use having an alternate to KJ if they feel they are KJ.  We have been a winning team.  We can make the transition again. 

General Discussion / T&T Passport Thread.
« on: November 08, 2016, 04:15:00 PM »
Can I get into Trinidad with an expired passport?  Yes I'm a citizen of T&T

Entertainment & Culture Discussion / Just put out a song yesterday
« on: July 28, 2016, 10:49:18 PM »
Just put out a new song and video.  Check it out. share on Fb etc.

Chat soon

New song drops today. 

Check the lyric video
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If you like you can get it here:

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Football / Why Do African Teams feel the need to play Euro brands
« on: June 16, 2014, 06:58:38 PM »
From my early memory when African teams played on the big stage one of the things you could count on was to see brave attacking football.  I remember the days when it was obvious that Euro teams had no clue how to play African teams.  No clue.  I would admit that every loss was because of technical deficit or laps in concentration.   But my goodness Argentina - Nigeria, Cameroon - England.  Today I seeing more and more African teams with a natural attack minded advantage giving that up for the semi Euro work it around the box thing.   As my old coach Kenny Thomas used to say "Football is always 1 v 1"  That's no more true than in the attacking third.  It may be simple saying but if you win your 1 v 1 in the box then its a good chance that there is a 1 v 0 somewhere near you.   Instead I'm watching these usually attack minded team passing the ball in midfield to nowhere...  I'm not sure what they are trying to calculate.  At this level chances are made not given.  "Play Free"

General Discussion / For the Collectors
« on: May 30, 2014, 03:48:32 PM »
Found a nice article with very rare photos in it.


General Discussion / Fact on Trinidad and Tobago
« on: April 23, 2014, 10:49:30 PM »
Can across this on FB.  Thought is was an interesting read.  Source is a page called Fun To Know

Trinidad & Tobago

1. The Steelpan: The only new acoustic instrument to be invented and accepted worldwide in the 20th century originated in Trinidad and Tobago.

2. Trinidad and Tobago is home to the world’s largest traffic roundabout around the Queen’s Park Savannah.

3. In 2006, Trinidad and Tobago became the smallest country ever to qualifier for the 2006 Football World Cup.

4. Trinidad and Tobago contestant Ms Janelle “Penny” Commissiong was the first Black Miss Universe in 1977.

5. Trinidad and Tobago’s Brian Charles Lara holds the record for the highest individual score in a test innings (400 not out against England, Antigua 2004). He is also the only batsman to have ever scored a hundred, a double century, a triple century, a quadruple century and a quintuple century in first class games over the course of a senior career.

6. Trinidad and Tobago is one of the oldest hydrocarbon producers in the world, with commercial production dating as early as 1908. Trinidad and Tobago is also a major petrochemical hub and is the one of the world’s largest exporters of ammonia, ethanol and liquefied natural gas. The two largest methanol plants in the world are found in Trinidad.

7. The Leather back Turtle: the largest of all living turtles chooses the shores of Trinidad and Tobago as one of its nesting grounds. Trinidad and Tobago is one of the most important leather back nesting sites.

8. The Pitch Lake: The Pitch Lake in South Trinidad is the largest natural deposit of asphalt in the world.

9. Trinidad and Tobago is the birthplace of calypso, a style of Afro-Caribbean music that gained international popularity in the 1950s, primarily through the music of Harry Belafonte.

General Discussion / Doing a Xango Presentation: Skype
« on: February 17, 2014, 03:41:39 PM »
I'm doing a Xango presentation on Skype tonight.  Get all the details.  Don't trust drug companies with your health.  Why use a drug when a food will do the job?   8pm central on skype.  Yes you'll have to show your mug.  :)  Anyways the room fills fast.   ryan.daniel77.   Hope to see you'll there.  Money is good and the product real.

General Discussion / Christians Massacred by Jihadis. WARNING GRAPHIC
« on: December 17, 2013, 01:35:42 AM »

One of the worst Christian massacres—complete with mass graves, tortured-to-death women and children, and destroyed churches—recently took place in Syria, at the hands of the U.S.-supported jihadi “rebels”; and the U.S. government and its “mainstream media” mouthpiece are, as usual, silent (that is, when not actively trying to minimize matters).

The massacre took place in Sadad, an ancient Syriac Orthodox Christian habitation, so old as to be mentioned in the Old Testament. Most of the region’s inhabitants are poor, as Sadad is situated in the remote desert between Homs and Damascus (desert regions, till now, apparently the only places Syria’s Christians could feel secure; 600 Christian families had earlier fled there for sanctuary from the jihad, only to be followed by it).

In late October, the U.S-supported “opposition” invaded and occupied Sadad for over a week, till ousted by the nation’s military. Among other atrocities, 45 Christians—including women and children—were killed, several tortured to death; Sadat’s 14 churches, some ancient, were ransacked and destroyed; the bodies of six people from one family, ranging from ages 16 to 90, were found at the bottom of a well (an increasingly common fate for “subhuman” Christians).

The jihadis even made a graphic video (with English subtitles) of those whom they massacred, while shouting Islam’s victory-cry, “Allahu Akbar” (which John McCain equates to a Christian saying “thank God”). Another video, made after Sadad was liberated shows more graphic atrocities.

Here are the words of Archbishop Selwanos Boutros Alnemeh, Syriac Orthodox Metropolitan of Homs and Hama (another detailed account, with pictures, appears here):

    What happened in Sadad is the most serious and biggest massacre of Christians in Syria in the past two years and a half… 45 innocent civilians were martyred for no reason, and among them several women and children, many thrown into mass graves. Other civilians were threatened and terrorized. 30 were wounded and 10 are still missing. For one week, 1,500 families were held as hostages and human shields. Among them children, the elderly, the young, men and women…. All the houses of Sadad were robbed and property looted. The churches are damaged and desecrated, deprived of old books and precious furniture… What happened in Sadad is the largest massacre of Christians in Syria and the second in the Middle East, after the one in the Church of Our Lady of Salvation in Iraq, in 2010.

In the Iraqi attack of 2010, al-Qaeda linked jihadis stormed the church during service killing some 60 Christian worshippers (see here for graphic images of the aftermath).

While the archbishop is correct that this is the “largest massacre of Christians in Syria,” it is but the tip of the iceberg of the persecution the nation’s Christian minority has suffered—including beheadings, church bombings, kidnappings, rapes, and dislocation of hundreds of thousands of Christians—since the war broke out (see Syria entries in monthly persecution series).

A month before Sadad, another ancient Christian region, Ma’loula, one of the world’s very few regions that still spoke Aramaic, the language of Jesus, was besieged by the jihadis, its churches bombarded and plundered, its inhabitants forced to convert to Islam or die. The last words of one man who refused were: “I am a Christian, and if you want to kill me for this, I do not object to it.”

The archbishop concluded his statement concerning Sadad by asking: “We have shouted aid to the world but no one has listened to us. Where is the Christian conscience? Where is human consciousness? Where are my brothers? I think of all those who are suffering today in mourning and discomfort: We ask everyone to pray for us.”

Serge Trifkovic—who hails from a European region especially acquainted with Islamic jihad—responds to the archbishop as follows:

    That no “human consciousness” is to be found in the White House, or in the editorial offices of the leading Western media, is now a matter of well-established record. Just try searching for “Sadad” (or alternatively “Saddad”) on the websites of the Department of State or The New York Times. Ditto the leading European dailies, the CNN/BBC/RTF, the human-rights defending “NGOs” et al.

    The problem, of which Archbishop Selwanos Boutros Alnemeh appears unaware, is no longer in the Western elite’s mere indifference to the impending demise of Christianity in the lands of its birth, but in its active, ongoing, and open contribution to that demise. Cyprus (1974) and the Balkans (1991-9) provided the test, Iraq (2003-today) the conclusive proof. In Syria the Obama administration remains committed to supporting the rebels—ah, yes, only the “moderate” ones, like the Christian-murdering “Free Syrian Army” (discretion advised again), not “even though” the result will be the same, but precisely because it will be.

In one of the Arabic videos documenting the aftermath of the Sadad massacre, as the mutilated bodies of one family are drawn from a well (around :30 second mark), a middle-aged male relative, in tears, says:

    The most precious in the whole universe [his family], are now gone, leaving me alone, but thank God I am still surrounded by these loving people who remain. I want to say, let people [the jihadis] return to their minds. The problems of the world can only be solved by knowledge and brains. Enough insanity, the nerves of the people are shredded. Enough, enough—return to your minds; you people, you humans—return to your humanity, enough crimes.

As a sign of the times, here is a Syrian, an “easterner,” evoking rationalism and humanity, products of the Christian West, at a time when the post-Christian West is governed by anything and everything—propaganda, emotionalism, mindless indoctrination—but the twain.

    Raymond Ibrahim, author of Crucified Again: Exposing Islam’s New War on Christians (Regnery, April, 2013) is a Middle East and Islam specialist, and a Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center and an Associate Fellow at the Middle East Forum.

Entertainment & Culture Discussion / Oh Snap! If you like Dupstep
« on: December 11, 2013, 01:34:15 PM »
I completely forgot to let you guys know. Released a single yesterday.  MR.2.0.  It's doing really well on itunes. 

MR. 2.0 is the single

Go cop that.  :beermug:

General Discussion / I got real issue with Islam today
« on: November 12, 2013, 01:32:15 PM »
Yesterday I came across two articles on Wikileaks.  Didn't even dare watch the first one.  I ain't even gonna post the link.  This fella cuts his wife's head off in public for cheating on him.  Muslim.   In another place a taxi driver has a cross on his mirror.  They pull the guy from car and cut off his head.  Say what allyuh want but I recognize demons at work when I see it.  I know Christianity has done some ugly things throughout history in the name of religion...mainly the Roman Catholic Church.  However, so did Muslims.  Islam also grew by the sword.   Back in those days everything grew by the sword...  Plain and simple.   But in modern times you cutting off people's head in public?   All dem prayers 5 times a day supposedly to God and your conscience could do things like that easy easy.  The God I know encourages us to forgive so that we can be forgiven.  He encourages us to see the value in every life.  No one is righteous so we humble ourselves and "do religion" so we can be close to God and be more like God.  What would happen, if God was to kill someone every time they offend Him?   

Check this other piece a mess.   There is no cuss for me to cuss these people. 

Some say it's a hoax.  Sick hoax if it is.    Better fear God and keep His commands, these days will be shortened.

General Discussion / Please Vote For Miss MN: Nice Gyul
« on: August 18, 2013, 11:38:46 AM »
For the second year I was trusted with the opportunity to create the promo piece for reigning Miss MN.  please check out the girls and vote for Miss MN.  Mixed chinese..nice girl.


Thanks you all for the support.

General Discussion / Xango Health
« on: June 14, 2013, 03:29:05 PM »
Three months ago I was introduced to a drink called Xango.  I'm hitting 40 and the spanners don't come as they used to. :)  Xango is a juice made from a fruit from south east Asia called Mangosteen.  I had never heard of the thing before.  The fruit is considered by many including Dr. Oz to be one of the super foods of our time.  There is a lot of research on the thing.  The power of the fruit is in it concentration of Xanthones, which is a major anti-inflammatory.  If you don't know, inflammation is considered to be the silent killer at the base of major diseases. 

This is what the Mayor clinic had to say about it. 

This is the Science behind the Fruit.


My bass player is a diabetic and was taking the Juice for 7weeks or so.  His arthritis is gone. He no longer needs his leg brace for his knee and Diabetes score according to his Dr. is way low.

I can also tell some stories about cancers but I'll tone it down a bit.

Here are some of the things this product works really well against.  Really WELL
 Type 2 Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, minor arthritis, auto immune disorders, Alzheimer's, Depression, GERD, allergies, skin rashes and asthma

Also some major ones such as:  Chronic Pain, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis and others.

This is the product


If you are interested in purchasing this product.  Click the link

If you would like more info.  Hit me up. 
In addition to all the other stuff I do I got involved with this because it served an intrinsic value...  Helping people.   Last two weeks ago I had to rush some to T&T because a friend had chronic inflammation of the brain.  After being on it for his situation his vision cleared up and he's coming back.  Sadly though yesterday mom called and a young friend died of cancer.  With all the bad foods out there this is a great form of prevention and medicine.  Hippocrates "Let Food by thy Medicine'    If you want to find out more about the business side pm me. 

Link again.

Be healthy.

So before you start attacking the credibility of the site consider the research being present and peep the sources.  Then also consider that we've been sold a bill of goods on the gay issue. 

Source: http://www.hollanddavis.com/?p=3647

Eight major studies of identical twins in Australia, the U.S., and Scandinavia during the last two decades all arrive at the same conclusion: gays were not born that way.

“At best genetics is a minor factor,” says Dr. Neil Whitehead, PhD. Whitehead worked for the New Zealand government as a scientific researcher for 24 years, then spent four years working for the United Nations and International Atomic Energy Agency. Most recently, he serves as a consultant to Japanese universities about the effects of radiation exposure. His PhD is in biochemistry and statistics.


Identical twins have the same genes or DNA. They are nurtured in equal prenatal conditions.  If homosexuality is caused by genetics or prenatal conditions and one twin is gay, the co-twin should also be gay.

“Because they have identical DNA, it ought to be 100%,” Dr. Whitehead notes. But the studies reveal something else. “If an identical twin has same-sex attraction the chances the co-twin has it are only about 11% for men and 14% for women.”

Because identical twins are always genetically identical, homosexuality cannot be genetically dictated. “No-one is born gay,” he notes. “The predominant things that create homosexuality in one identical twin and not in the other have to be post-birth factors.”

Dr. Whitehead believes same-sex attraction (SSA) is caused by “non-shared factors,”  things happening to one twin but not the other, or a personal response to an event by one of the twins and not the other.

For example, one twin might have exposure to pornography or sexual abuse, but not the other.  One twin may interpret and respond to their family or classroom environment differently than the other. “These individual and idiosyncratic responses to random events and to common environmental factors predominate,” he says.

The first very large, reliable study of identical twins was conducted in Australia in 1991, followed by a large U.S. study about 1997. Then Australia and the U.S. conducted more twin studies in 2000, followed by several studies in Scandinavia, according to Dr. Whitehead.

“Twin registers are the foundation of modern twin studies. They are now very large, and exist in many countries. A gigantic European twin register with a projected 600,000 members is being organized, but one of the largest in use is in Australia, with more than 25,000 twins on the books.”

A significant twin study among adolescents shows an even weaker genetic correlation. In 2002 Bearman and Brueckner studied tens of thousands of adolescent students in the U.S.  The same-sex attraction concordance between identical twins was only 7.7% for males and 5.3% for females—lower than the 11% and 14% in the Australian study by Bailey et al conducted in 2000.

In the identical twin studies, Dr. Whitehead has been struck by how fluid and changeable sexual identity can be.

“Neutral academic surveys show there is substantial change. About half of the homosexual/bisexual population (in a non-therapeutic environment) moves towards heterosexuality over a lifetime. About 3% of the present heterosexual population once firmly believed themselves to be homosexual or bisexual.”

“Sexual orientation is not set in concrete,” he notes.

Even more remarkable, most of the changes occur without counseling or therapy. “These changes are not therapeutically induced, but happen ‘naturally’ in life, some very quickly,” Dr. Whitehead observes. “Most changes in sexual orientation are towards exclusive heterosexuality.”

Numbers of people who have changed towards exclusive heterosexuality are greater than current numbers of bisexuals and homosexuals combined. In other words, ex-gays outnumber actual gays.

The fluidity is even more pronounced among adolescents, as Bearman and Brueckner’s study demonstrated. “They found that from 16 to 17-years-old, if a person had a romantic attraction to the same sex, almost all had switched one year later.”

“The authors were pro-gay and they commented that the only stability was among the heterosexuals, who stayed the same year after year. Adolescents are a special case—generally changing their attractions from year to year.”

Still, many misconceptions persist in the popular culture. Namely, that homosexuality is genetic – so hard-wired into one’s identity that it can’t be changed. “The academics who work in the field are not happy with the portrayals by the media on the subject,” Dr. Whitehead notes. “But they prefer to stick with their academic research and not get involved in the activist side.”

General Discussion / Report: Iran sets up intelligence in T&T
« on: May 31, 2013, 09:41:50 PM »

The Fox News report revealed that Iran is hoping to carry out terrorist attacks in the Caribbean and South American region.
Source: Fox News
Published Friday, May 31, 2013
Updated Friday, May 31, 2013
Caption: File photo of Iranian soldiers marching past Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad during the annual army day military parade on April 17, 2008 in Tehran, Iran. Photo courtesy Getty Images

Iran is infiltrating South America and is setting up intelligence networks in several Latin American countries, including Trinidad and Tobago; this says an article posted on online news source, Fox News Latino.

The report which was formulated using quotes from Argentinean prosecutor Alberto Nisman, who has been engaged for 20 years in the effort to charge a handful of former Iranian officials with masterminding the 1994 bombing of a Buenos Aires Jewish center, revealed that Iran is hoping to carry out terrorist attacks in the Caribbean and South American region.

Nisman accused, Iran’s former cultural attaché in Buenos Aires Mohsen Rabbani of working continually over the last two decades to develop an intelligence network in Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, Chile, Colombia, Guyana, Suriname and Trinidad and Tobago and added that there are sleeper cells, which is, a group of secret agents who specialize in assimilating into another country's culture and society, already in these countries.

His concerns are seen as a viable threat to the U.S. state department and president Barack Obama but this threat maybe unknown to the authorities of Trinidad and Tobago.

You guys hear about this?

General Discussion / Happy Mothers Day Thread
« on: May 12, 2013, 12:38:56 PM »
Big shout out to Mothers everywhere, past and present.  Share a mom story if you like. 

Greatest thing about my mother is that she never held me back and always gave me and example of prayer. 

General Discussion / What Yall think? Lauryn Hill
« on: May 09, 2013, 10:29:36 AM »

What yall think about the points made in this little piece?  Primarily about the Conspiracy Theorist having a mental disorder. 

We don't have to all agree but we can at least be civilized in our discourse.  So no pettiness or personal attacks please.  Keep chill or don't post.

Just as I was saying.  What can't you be born?  More depravity to come for sure. 

Souce:  http://gopthedailydose.com/2013/04/03/pedophilia-is-a-sexual-orientation-under-ca-bill/

Posted by
Lisa A

California Congresswoman, Rep. Jackie Speier CA (D), wants to federalize a state law to prohibit counseling to change a person’s sexual orientation. That doesn’t sound that extreme, but pedophilia is a sexual orientation according to this bill as well.

Under the bill’s language, a mental health counselor could be sanctioned if there was an attempt to get a pedophile or gay individual to change his behavior or speak negatively about their behavior as it relates to sexuality.

The bill calls on states to prohibit efforts to change a minor’s sexual orientation, even if the minor requests it, saying that doing so is “dangerous and harmful.”

The text of the legislation doesn’t specifically ban “gay” conversion therapy. Instead, it prohibits attempts to change a person’s sexual orientation.

“Sexual orientation change efforts’ means any practices by mental health providers that seek to change an individual’s sexual orientation,” the bill says.

Republicans attempted to add an amendment specifying that, “pedophilia is not covered as an orientation.” However, the Democrats defeated the amendment. Rep. Alcee Hastings (D-FL) stated that all alternative sexual lifestyles should be protected under the law, and accordingly decided that pedophilia is a sexual orientation that should be equally as embraced as homosexuality.

“This language is so broad and vague, it arguably could include all forms of sexual orientation, including pedophilia,” said Brad Dacus, president of the Pacific Justice Institute. “It’s not just the orientation that is protected—the conduct associated with the orientation is protected as well.”

Who Cares If Pedophilia Is A Sexual Orientation?

It also means that, if pedophilia is a sexual orientation, that discrimination laws also apply to pedophiles. That means you cannot block a pedophile from being a preschool teacher or any other high-risk occupation.

Recently, a United States District Court Judge, William Shubb, sided with Pacific Justice Institute (PJI) by granting their plaintiffs a preliminary injunction against the legislation, which is known as California SB 1172.

“Because the court finds that SB 1172 is subject to strict scrutiny and is unlikely to satisfy this standard, the court finds that plaintiffs are likely to succeed on the merits of their claims based on violations of their rights to freedom of speech under the First Amendment,” wrote Judge Shubb.

“This victory sends a clear signal to all those who feel they can stifle religious freedom, free speech, and the rights of parents without being contested,” said PJI President, Brad Dacus. “We at PJI are ready to fight this battle all the way to the Supreme Court, if necessary.

“This will be a long, grueling battle with tremendous consequences for generations to come. We are grateful to those who are willing to support us in this critical time to preserve our freedoms and protect our children,” he continued.

Thankfully, for the time being, this legislation has been blocked, but many questions still remain.

This bill establishes a dangerous precedent for normalizing the behavior of pedophiles while stripping parents of their rights and peace of mind.

One can certainly make the argument that homosexuals are “born that way,” and we generally would not dispute that. However, when we have legislators that want to extend the “born that way” defense to pedophiles, this crosses a very dangerous line.

Whether a pedophile is born that way or not, it still does not make their behavior acceptable in any way.

If so, then you could declare rapists are “born that way.” They can’t help that they need to rape! Poor them!

Let’s be real.

Sex between an adult and a child too young to understand what is going on is not the same thing as sex between two consenting adults.

The operative word here is “consenting.” Children—by both law and basic common sense—cannot “consent.” If Jackie Spier had a son or daughter, and an adult “had consensual sex” with him or her, we do not believe that what she would be so adamant about protecting them.

What liberals conveniently ignore is the fact that all societies who participated in pedophilia—such as the Hittites, Canaanites, Greeks, and Romans—eventually caved in on themselves due to corruption and depravity.

Further, let’s not also forget that their favorite form of entertainment was watching people get torn to shreds by lions, hacked to death, and burned alive.

Recognizing sexual ‘orientation’ is walking a razor’s edge. Unlike gay-oriented legislation, pedophilia has victims who must be protected.

We don’t put pedophiles in prison to make them stop being pedophiles; we put them there because they threaten the safety of the most vulnerable people in a society.

Football / The Fallen Warrior Thread
« on: April 03, 2013, 09:57:38 AM »
Well once you on this thread, you know.  There maybe some other fellas that need adding also

Name: Christopher Lalchan
Forum Handle: dctrini and Daft Trini
Date of Death: March 28th, 2013
Cause of Death: Gunshot
Memorial Thread: http://www.socawarriors.net/forum/index.php?topic=59383.0


General Discussion / That's My King
« on: March 28, 2013, 04:16:30 PM »

I wonder if you know Him today? 

General Discussion / Miss America
« on: December 03, 2012, 11:19:49 PM »
Hey fellas, I know I haven't posted in a while.   ;D
Listen, I produced a video for Miss Minnesota and she is running for Miss America.  Her success will do my video company a lot of good.  Will you consider voting for her? 

Just click the link. Less than 30sec.


Peep the company too.  If I could ever help just let me know.


General Discussion / On the subject of Patriotism
« on: April 24, 2012, 06:16:59 PM »

I created this piece for a small town in MN.  They were doing it for veteran's day.  It was freezing and these folks hung in there to share the love.  Just another level of patriotism. 

General Discussion / On the issue of patriotism
« on: April 24, 2012, 06:14:31 PM »
<a href="http://youtu.be/ZAyy67RGwWY" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer" class="bbc_link bbc_flash_disabled new_win">http://youtu.be/ZAyy67RGwWY</a>

Football / Any ideas?
« on: March 21, 2012, 02:41:19 PM »
I started to play consistently again a month or so ago.  Twice a week and more recently an additional 2 indoor games every Sunday night.  Sometimes there's a 20 minute break in between but these games are fast.  Why do I still feel so flat? I'm flat for most of the game. As in touch to heavy, turns slow, speed off.  Then all of a sudden...genius!!  Like I'm in a new body then flat again.   I started to watch the diet for energy and recently started to add protein.  Even though I'm getting fitter, I still feel tight, heavy and slow.  I'm 38. 6ft. 215lbs.  Any ideas?

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