Open thread.


Happy holidays to everybody here and their families. As it is everytime around this year, I want to say thanks for supporting this site.

I will have a Bears recap Sunday evening.

5 Responses to “Open thread.”

  1. chucky Says:

    Frodog, and everybody else…..Happy Holidays you guys. And a personal thank you to you Fro. Thanks for working so hard to keep this site up for the rest of us. I have really needed this forum to vent in only a way I can. SCREAMING!!!! And thanks again for putting me onto the fallscountanywhere site. You two guys seem like wrestling fans that like and dislike the same stuff I do.

    Sorry I didn’t come here sooner. I’ve been on the shelf this week with shoulder surgery. Hopefully, I be my old asshole-like self before long.

    Later men. Be safe, and stay away from the crazies.

  2. Fro Dog Says:


    Same to you as well. I appreciate the kind words.

    I remember you saying something last year that you had some surgery on your knee I believe? That sucks man. All of us here do not enjoy seeing the down and out Chucky. We need the one who is an angry fellow.

    By the way, I would like to rant about something on here non-sports related. I do not know if it’s just a Chicago thing but why do people forget how to drive when it snows? Monday evening, I was driving home from the west suburbs back to Dekalb and the traffic was so damn shitty on I-88. Now we all know it was snowing but it pisses me off when people drive 10 mph when it’s clear that if you don’t go more than 45, you should be OK.

    At least in the city, the trucks who plow actually take care of the roads. Out here in Dekalb, the city only plows the four main roads and all the side streets are shit.

  3. genrebuster Says:

    Hope everybody is enjoying the holidays and having A Merry Christmas…All the Best to you and yours.

  4. robert Says:

    well my christmas was nice did not get the thing I really wanted which was hendrys resignation

  5. chucky Says:

    You would be correct Fro. That surgery happen in November of last year. I tell you this much, that surgery last year was a walk in the park compared to this one. The only good thing about it is that I got some good painkillers for it. I just wish I could have the painkillers and skip the surgery part.


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