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Discussion in 'Nuttin' but Net' started by ThePlayer, Jul 16, 2014.

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    When I saw the term Evil Weed, I thought you were talking about couch grass or convulvus, Player.
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    Pretty sure they found grass in his couch too.
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    Evil Weed.jpg

    B-B-Bru-Haa-Haaaa!
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    You know, it is something that I only occasionally comment about, but a lot of posters to this board have what I consider an excellent and non sex-based sense of humor.

    By the way, I am not one of them myself, although on occasion a half humorous thought will pass through my little mind.

    By the way, my Well Beyond Genius Ex-Wife considers humor to be the ultimate indicator of intellect.

    I loved the "...in his couch...".
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    Send my love to your wife.
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    Hah, will do Player. Actually, she is now ex-wife, we got a Tax Divorce in January.
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    I think it's a myth that Mizzou has been this elite program. They have very good teams for short periods, after which they tend to range from bad to slightly above average for a major conference.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Missouri_Tigers_men's_basketball#Season-by-season_results
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    I didn't mean to imply that there were Elite, merely pretty good. and really, the Big 12 is consistently one of the better basketball conferences, so, even a mediocre team there is frequently pretty good, much like the former Big East in Men's Basketball, and the SEC in football. Of course, Missou is better known in other sports, like Softball, than in Men's Basketball.

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