Open thread.


Your thoughts on the Bears’ impending collapse and anything else.

22 Responses to “Open thread.”

  1. Joe Says:

    No fucking way.
    Unless they want to throw money down the toilet again.

  2. Fro Dog Says:

    To be honest, anybody with the last name “McCown” or McNown for that matter has been terrible in the NFL. I think McNabb is a better option than the McCown we have now. If we are forced to see Nathan Enderle, I think we should all just bury our heads in the sand. Without Cutler, we won’t go anywhere.

  3. Joe Says:

    From the news wire…Leslie Frazier’s home was egged Sunday night. According to the police report, 2 eggs hit the front window, 6 eggs were just short of the front porch, 2 on the roof, and 7 in the neighbor’s yard. Police are looking for clues but Donovan McNabb is a suspect.

  4. genrebuster Says:

    ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

    ….stick with Hanie until Cutler returns.

  5. Fro Dog Says:


    I don’t see Cutler coming back unless the Bears get to the divisional round at least. I have heard a few hand specialists on the radio talking on how this injury is worse for athletes rather than people like us. One specialist said that it will take at least five weeks just to heal completely. Then another week or two to move the thumb around and get mobility in it.

    I figure that “miracle healing” may be possible but I don’t see it happening.

  6. genrebuster Says:

    Yes…I can relate. Had hand surgery in January…he may be able regain enough mobility in a week to play but he won’t be 100% for quite awhile…

  7. genrebuster Says:

    in a week after he’s given the green light to rehab (to be clear)…

  8. genrebuster Says:

    Apparently Ricketts is still a complete idiot. Or is he? Good luck, Theo.


  9. MadCityMac Says:

    Scott, I had heard earlier in the week on the Score that FanBoy was trying to extend The Clown- WTF? He seems to be the only one who has any confidence in this assbag…

  10. Pie in the Sky Says:

    He doesn’t have any say in roster decisions does he? I don’t understand why it even matters what this guy does. Someone explain.

  11. Pie in the Sky Says:

    Is it just because of that weird thing he did before the NLDS in ’07 or 08?

  12. Joe Says:

    Before anyone tries to blame that loss on Hanie, don’t.
    If you do, you’re fucking moron.
    The Bears and Jerry Fucking Angelo refuse to believe that they need help on both the offensive and defensive lines.
    THAT’S the story of the game.

  13. chucky Says:

    Buffone is going to blow an artery.

  14. Fro Dog Says:

    My head hurts.

  15. genrebuster Says:


  16. genrebuster Says:

    Pie. Read this and if you still support Kenney, so be it. I’d like to see that fuckwad run out of town tonite. We can agree to disagree.–20111025,0,6854434.story?page=2

  17. genrebuster Says:

    this link should work:–20111025,0,4556056,full.story

  18. Pie in the Sky Says:

    I don’t support him as much as I don’t see how his presence has that much of an impact on the Cubs… assuming he’s not involved in roster moves and stuff anymore. I can’t believe he would be with Epstein and Hoyer around.

    I hate liars though. That article definitely makes him sound like a douche.

  19. genrebuster Says:

    On a different note, Santo is in (the Hall of Fame). Too bad it didn’t happen a little earlier….but I’m happy for him/his family. I’m glad I got to see him play…

  20. Payton J Pickett Says:

    Random Theo Epstein question. Does anyone believe he is overrated? I wonder because Epstein was the GM of the second richest baseball franchise in baseball and that gave him alot of bargaining power for pricey free agents. It’s like the Yankees Brian Cashman, because a bad year for them is a 88 win season everyone overrates that guy and he is a weasel. Is it the GM or the 150 to 200 million dollar a year payroll they get to play with?

  21. chucky Says:

    I don’t think he’s overrated. And I’ll take him over Moe Hendry any day of the week.

  22. genrebuster Says:

    They hadn’t won in 88 years (I think). They won after he came on-board. Coincidence? I don’t think so.

    The Cubs haven’t won in 104 years.

    The team with the largest payroll doesn’t aways win. Hendry was a terrible GM, good riddance!


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