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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiiansteel View Post
    thanks for posting the two videos, Dri Archer is definitely going to be very exciting to watch this season every time he touches the ball.

    as for the music, we'll just have to agree to disagree. "Pop dat thang" is never going to be one of the songs on my ipod...
    I honestly don't care if others like my music tastes, as I don't care if I don't like yours. <shrugs shoulders> I am eclectic that way. I like everything except R&B, country and metal type rock. My CD collection looks like you took 5 different people and mixed them all together: Beastie Boys, Johnny Cash, Frank Sinatra, Neil Young, Beatles, AD/DC, Zeppelin, Who, Cypress Hill, Stones, Boss, Cold Play, etc. And now? Caked up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiiansteel View Post
    wow, anyone who still questions this pick really needs to watch this video...
    what he said... wow. just. wow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteelerOfDeVille View Post
    what he said... wow. just. wow.
    No wonder they used a 3rd-round on him. Imagine what his returns and some plays will do to change the field position, alone. The drafting of Dri makes me think of how frustrated they were with always having poor field position in all those losses. That is what this pick is about, as well as just having another play makers on the field in general.

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    No wonder they used a 3rd-round on him. Imagine what his returns and some plays will do to change the field position, alone. The drafting of Dri makes me think of how frustrated they were with always having poor field position in all those losses. That is what this pick is about, as well as just having another play makers on the field in general.
    Absolutely agree. I'm watching these videos and thinking is this cat for real? Look out if he can bring some of this to the table for the Steelers... Mike Wallace who?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiiansteel View Post
    thanks for posting the two videos, Dri Archer is definitely going to be very exciting to watch this season every time he touches the ball.

    as for the music, we'll just have to agree to disagree. "Pop dat thang" is never going to be one of the songs on my ipod...
    I'm hoping I never hear it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sick beats View Post
    I honestly don't care if others like my music tastes, as I don't care if I don't like yours. <shrugs shoulders> I am eclectic that way. I like everything except R&B, country and metal type rock. My CD collection looks like you took 5 different people and mixed them all together: Beastie Boys, Johnny Cash, Frank Sinatra, Neil Young, Beatles, AD/DC, Zeppelin, Who, Cypress Hill, Stones, Boss, Cold Play, etc. And now? Caked up.

    You don't like country, but have Johnny Cash, you don't like metal, but have AC/DC and Led Zeppelin, just wonderin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sick beats View Post
    I honestly don't care if others like my music tastes, as I don't care if I don't like yours. <shrugs shoulders> I am eclectic that way. I like everything except R&B, country and metal type rock. My CD collection looks like you took 5 different people and mixed them all together: Beastie Boys, Johnny Cash, Frank Sinatra, Neil Young, Beatles, AD/DC, Zeppelin, Who, Cypress Hill, Stones, Boss, Cold Play, etc. And now? Caked up.


    A funny way of displaying how you don't care about what other people think of your musical tastes, don't you think?

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    Understand that most of this is against MAC comprtition, but what impresses me is that it seems that Archer is playing at a completely different speed level than everyone else in the videos. It's like they put him at 2x play speed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sick beats View Post
    I honestly don't care if others like my music tastes, as I don't care if I don't like yours. <shrugs shoulders> I am eclectic that way. I like everything except R&B, country and metal type rock. My CD collection looks like you took 5 different people and mixed them all together: Beastie Boys, Johnny Cash, Frank Sinatra, Neil Young, Beatles, AD/DC, Zeppelin, Who, Cypress Hill, Stones, Boss, Cold Play, etc. And now? Caked up.

    Thought you were referring Cake at first (Short Skirt/Long Jacket, Never There, Going the Distance, Rock & Roll Lifestyle, I Will Survive, Sheep Go To Heaven Goats Go To Hell, etc.). That's better than Caked Up Poppin Dat Thang.


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    I mean if you are chewing on E, twirling glo sticks and sucking on pacifiers at a club then maybe Caked Up could be considered "good music". And as soon as I read Cold Play you lose instant cred with me concerning your music evaluation.

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