We'll always have the Alamo. You'll always have the Cuyahoga.
I'm just waiting for his, "This was all an elaborate troll to prove I could manipulate UT fans! Ha ha ha ha dance, puppets!" post, as though anyone responding on this thread is actually angry.
Speaking of trolls, has anyone ever noticed that Mccoy looks like a troll doll w/o the hair?
before the draft the browns wanted to trade their second 1st round pick to the texans for ben tate. which in my mind tells me colt was getting one more year, even if they drafted a qb later in the draft. tate would have been a huge pick up for the browns.
so somewhere between that time and the draft they did a 180 and decided they needed a new qb now !
just seems weird such a huge shift in such a short time.
the tate for the 22 pick was pre draft and not touched again on draft day
imo the browns $#@!ed up not taking decastro, huge $#@! up
The cyclone $#@! is no troll, just a stupid $#@!stick. I also don't believe any real Cyclone would live in that yankee sewer of Cleveland.
Cleveland is better than Dallas?
Last edited by Kid Quick; 06-28-2012 at 06:57 PM.
This guy sucks at trolling.
Look Colts problem starts with being from Texas, everybody and their mother outside of texas knows its as worthless as it comes. i mean the people are $#@!ing stupid as hell, broke as $#@!, and murders, rapist, etc i mean i think Iran would be a better place to live then Texas
State population estimates show Ohio's growth lags even its Midwest neighbors
Published: Saturday, February 13, 2010, 9:00 AM
By Rich Exner, The Plain Dealer
Ohio ranks 45th in the nation, and behind most of its neighbors, for population growth since the 2000 Census.
Ohio has grown an estimated 1.7 percent since 2000, while the nation as a whole has grown 9.1 percent, the latest Census Bureau estimates show.
Among its neighbors, only Michigan and West Virginia experienced lower growth rates than Ohio.Ohio's stagnant income growth rate at the bottom among states: PolitiFact Ohio's weekly recap
Published: Sunday, July 10, 2011, 11:15 AM Updated: Sunday, July 10, 2011, 11:17 AMOn the Records: Texas Has Largest Population Growth
by Becca Aaronson December 21, 2011 11 Comments
Enlargephoto by: Justyna Furmanczyk
The Lone Star State is getting bigger. Texas had the largest population growth of any state between April 2010 and July 2011, according to figures released today by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Although the state is still second to California in total population, Texas has gained more people than any other state — at least 529,000 — since the last major census figures were released.
The five states with the greatest population growth — Texas, California, Florida, Georgia and North Carolina — accounted for more than half of national growth during that time period. As a whole, the national population increased by 2.8 million, and is now 311.6 million.
Texas’ growth rate, 2.1 percent, was second only to Washington, D.C., which grew by 2.7 percent. Texas may be growing quickly, but nationally, the growth rate was less than 1 percent, the lowest it has been since the 1940s.
Cant wait for Colt to get the $#@! out of that $#@!hole so I can laugh even harder as they run their crappy organizations into the ground and wonder why they suck.
I've never heard of a city in Texas referred to as "The Armpit" of the country. Ohio on the other hand.....
Ohio does have a town named Sandusky. Only a matter of time until NAMBLA moves their headquarters there. Gross.
Texas sucks. You should leave. Enjoy your juggalo fest.
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