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Old 04-20-2017, 06:48 PM   #21
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Hey Ladies,The Pats and Trump won,STFU and build a bridge over it
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Old 04-21-2017, 03:13 AM   #22
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All I care about is Brady and the Pats winning football games! And the NY Times is just pissed that the NY teams didn't get to go to the White House!

But this was funny:
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Did Tom Brady Dump Trump for Gisele Bundchen?

It was quite a day for the New England Patriots this past Wednesday. First, they found out that former star player-turned convicted killer, Aaron Hernandez, was found dead in his jail cell (it’s been called a suicide but there are weird details and suspicions but that’s a whole other story…) and then Tom Brady announced that he wouldn’t be going to the White House with the team to see President Trump.


Tom Brady and wife/model Gisele Bundchen
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Let’s be clear, Donald Trump and Tom Brady were once so close, that Trump credited the athlete with helping him win the Massachusetts primary in 2016. He told the now-deemed “fake news” outlet, New York Times: “Honestly, in that part of the world, a reference like Tom Brady saying ‘Trump’s the biggest winner, Trump is a friend of mine,’ that makes an incredible difference. Tom Brady is a great friend of mine. He’s a winner and he likes winners. He was very helpful to us in Massachusetts on Tuesday.”



So what gives? Why did he bail on the team’s visit to celebrate their Super Bowl win at the White House?



In a written statement, Brady said: “Thank you to the President for hosting this honorary celebration and for supporting our team for as long as I can remember. In light of some recent developments, I am unable to attend today’s ceremony, as I am attending to some personal family matters.”



Yeah, we bet! It’s not a huge coincidence that his wife, Gisele Bundchen, simultaneously tweeted her support for an anti-Trump protest on Twitter saying: “On April 29 in Washington, DC – March for climate, jobs, and justice. To change everything, we need everyone.”



Of course, there’s also this gem that came straight from Brady’s mouth just before the elections: “I talked to my wife, she said I can’t talk about politics anymore. I think that’s a good decision, made for our family.”
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I'm not sure why this is even a story. His mother's condition has been well documented, as has his relationship with Trump. If the media wants to stir the shit pot, they should talk more about the Bennett's and Longs who aren't going for political reasons.
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Trump got Brady's vote and support, that's all I care about. Thanks Tommy!!!
Exactly!
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Wow the "Brady" effect is still real

At least we got an immediate response, small compared to when the forum was easily view able, but at least showing a pulse - weak but a pulse.
Looks like the Brady effect bit you in the ass. What has NY won?
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Looks like the Brady effect bit you in the ass. What has NY won?
The Brady Effect is the amount of posts and reads that a thread gets, by just mentioning his name. Since this forum was moved down here, it has lost a tremendous amount of traffic.

But it still attracts people who don't read the entire thread or have a Brady Bashing complex.
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You ask what N.Y. has won? How about 27 championships! No other team in sports history is even close. Of course that's just the Yankees.
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You ask what N.Y. has won? How about 27 championships! No other team in sports history is even close. Of course that's just the Yankees.
Boston 37

NBA
Boston 17
NY 2

I said 2
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HUH?
Yankees-27
Knicks-2
Jets-1
Giants-4
Rangers-4


Celtics-17
Red Sox-8
Bruins-6
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HUH?
Yankees-27
Knicks-2
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Rangers-4


Celtics-17
Red Sox-8
Bruins-6
Pats-5
TTL
NY 51
Boston 38

So your grampa watched some good baseball.
I`m impressed.

NY is poised to suck for the next decade.
The Rangers may be the exception.

Your stats are lacking and old.
Islanders?
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You ask what N.Y. has won? How about 27 championships! No other team in sports history is even close. Of course that's just the Yankees.
The Canadiens have won 24 championships by themselves. I suppose the definition of the word "close" is up for debate, but I would say that is pretty close.
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You ask what N.Y. has won? How about 27 championships! No other team in sports history is even close. Of course that's just the Yankees.
Really,how long ago..............
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Didn't know there were time limits on championships??
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The Canadiens have won 24 championships by themselves. I suppose the definition of the word "close" is up for debate, but I would say that is pretty close.
The discussion was between NY and Boston. If you are going to include non English speaking Champions then:
In Spain, Real Madrid have won 32 La Liga championships. That is however only in Spain, there might be a POP Warner team that has won more.

As to relevancy the Yankees won it all: 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, and 2009

vs 04 07 13 for the Sux, before those wins by Boston, the dinosaurs were roaming the Earth.

And the 4 Stanley cups in a row for the Islanders

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I basically agree with you. Let's pose it a different way; is someone who won two superbowls close to one that has won 5????
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I basically agree with you. Let's pose it a different way; is someone who won two superbowls close to one that has won 5????
In my mind, no. 40% of the way to the finish line is nowhere near close.
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With all this Yankee talk my only contribution is wondering what would have happen if the Red Sox never sold Babe Ruth!
But the best was the Red Sox down 3 games to nothing beating the Yanks to win the pennant in the last game in the House That Ruth Built!
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13 years later Yanks keep on losing,steady as she goes........
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13 years later Yanks keep on losing,steady as she goes........
Yeah. Yankees are catching up to the Red Sux 85 years of losing
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