The plan is for Kenji to throw a javalin or two and see if he hits and they do any damage. If they do then we will all rush in with normal weapons concentrating on killing one creature at a time as best we can. Then if that goes well we will investigate the sword.
With the Cowboys out of the playoffs Tann will have more time to think up stuff to mess with us. I will still be busy watching the Steelers next week.
But next week nope! my hometown team gonna tear down the curtain like it's made of s*** stained toilet paper!!
However back to the intent of this Q/A thread my post is almost done so I may post it earlier then Sunday to allow you all more time to post on the after effects of your plan, your gonna need it Muhahahahahahahahahaaaa
Posted on 2012-01-03 at 22:46:15.
Edited on 2012-01-03 at 22:47:21 by TannTalas
The Indianapolis Colts were once known as the Baltimore Colts and it was THAT teams owner, Irsay, that snuck them out of Baltimore in the middle of the night to Indianapolis. At the time this happened I lived in that city and the repercussions lasted months.
Years later the Cleveland Browns relocated to Baltimore becoming at that time the Ravens so your a little misinformed as to which team snuck out of town.
And if not the Ravens then it sure as hell will be the Pats as Pittsburgh, Odin and the Norse Gods willing, will not return to the Super Bowl this year.
Yes and it is that reason that today, when the Colts play at Baltimore they dont put the name Colts on the scoreboard, they put Indianapolis.
The Ravens now moved out of Cleveland in broad daylight, they just up and abandoned the city cause Modell wanted a newer modern stadium and Cleveland taxpayers wouldnt give it to them.
But hey, Cleveland got a new team; after waiting 3 years. Sure it was worth the wait.
The Ravens also got Micheal Orr, if you dont know who that is watch the movie The Blindside. It is a bit hollywood but a good movie overall.
The Ravens are a good team; lately they have been off and on a bit too much, especially on the road. They are kind of like that box of chocolates that Forrest Gump talked about, you never know what you are going to get.
Ok now enough sidelining of our Q&A; where is our post?
Modell left Cleveland, Cleveland did not refuse him.....
Modell relocates to Baltimore (1996)
While the City of Cleveland, Ohio agreed to improve Municipal Stadium, Modell issued a public moratorium on discussions relating to the stadium issue or the future of his franchise. It was during this time that Modell entered into secret discussions with the State of Maryland to move the franchise to Baltimore for the 1996 season. The announcement of the move occurred several days before the public referendum on the extension of the sin tax that would fund the improvements on Municipal Stadium as Modell had originally requested. But, Modell wrote a letter to Cleveland's mayor and Ohio's governor saying that the passing of the referendum may not be enough to keep the Browns. Modell also wanted that information to be made public. Plain Dealer Nov 7, 1995. Commentators have speculated that the timing of the announcement was to cause the referendum to go down in defeat and thus allow Modell to make the case that he was not receiving the public support he needed to remain viable in Cleveland.Nonetheless, the referendum was passed by a wide margin. Modell was assisted in the move by Alfred Lerner, who would go on to become the new owner of the reactivated Cleveland Browns franchise in 1998. Modell's move returned the NFL to Baltimore for the first time since the Colts left for Indianapolis after the 1983 season.