Training Camp begins in 3 weeks – Dolphins prepare for winning season

This is different. Going into this 2022 NFL season and heading into training camp which finally has the players in pads, has a much different feel than in previous years. If we’re being honest with ourselves, the expectations are higher, as they should be. Chris Grier has upgraded the roster, especially on the offensive side, which was desperately needed. The offense was the weaker unit, and besides upgrading the offense, Grier managed to keep a pretty good defense intact. We also added a couple of pieces both in the draft and also in free agency this season that may pay dividends. Our first draft pick, in RD 3 was athletic ILB Channing Tindall. We already have veteran ILB Elandon Roberts who’s made plays for this defense and provides excellent run support. Where Tindall can be a difference maker is on passing downs in coverage and also as a blitzer. He can also be a sideline to sideline tackler, much like the guy right next to him at ILB, #55 Jerome Baker. We also added a nice veteran piece in OLB/DE Melvin Ingram. Ingram at 33 is well past his prime, and hasn’t played a full season since 2018, but he will be used sparingly which will make him more effective when he’s in there.

One of the biggest challenges this team faces is having a new Head Coach, Mike McDaniel implementing an entirely new system on offense, and getting it up to speed quickly. One thing McDaniel did well was bring in a lot of experience on his coaching staff. OC Frank Smith was the San Diego Chargers Running Game Coordinator. Darrell Bevell who is our QB Coach/Passing game Coordinator has been an NFL Offensive Coordinator since 2006 and has been interim Head Coach twice, once with the Jacksonville Jaguars, and once with the Detroit Lions. We have complete continuity on defense with Josh Boyer returning as Defensive Coordinator. We also have RB’s coach Eric Studesville returning now promoted to Associate HC and the much maligned OL Coach Lemuel JeanPierre. He will have a lot of help though with new OL Coach Matt Applebaum from Boston College. Wes Welker will be the WR Coach and in my opinion, it’s great to have a former player who really knows how to play the position, didn’t rely on talent alone, his dedication to running precise routes and understanding defenses was his biggest strength. There is no big ego here for McDaniel, he made assurances that he has capable people on his staff to get this team going in the right direction quickly.

So the summer heat is here, and in just a few weeks, the pads will come on, and at that point, we will have a glimpse of what this team looks like. July 30th begins training camp and then a couple of weeks later, August 13th is our first Preseason game, Saturday Night against the Buccaneers. Continuing the Pirate theme, we face off against the Las Vegas Raiders August 20th, and then the Preseason finale will be against the Philadelphia Eagles. Up until now, it’s been dreaming about what this offense might look like with all the firepower added, namely Tyreek Hill. Of course, Terron Armstead was just as important, maybe more important and Connor Williams as well. Still, it’s hard not to envision Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle on the field at the same time with TE Mike Gesicki and slot receiver Cedrick Wilson. On the other hand, McDaniel was the run game coordinator in SF and he loves to run the ball. We have a varied stable of running backs, a lot of speed and receiving ability. Raheem Mostert, Chase Edmonds, and then we brought in Sony Michel who is a guy that can carry the rock and take a little more wear and tear. We also have Myles Gaskin and Salvon Ahmed who have done some nice things here, as well as potential power guys, ZaQuandre White (UDFA ’22) and Gerrid Doaks (D 7th RD ’21). I’d put our receiving corps against any teams. If Tua gets the protection he needs, it’s going to be fun. As training camp gets here, we just have to hope everyone stays healthy. Practice hard, learn the new offense, and STAY HEALTHY!!!



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1,027 Responses to Training Camp begins in 3 weeks – Dolphins prepare for winning season

  1. bailbondmike says:

    Phelon, Wyoming, CAPT: Speaking of fishing, my search for a boat has gotten frustrating. Not because I can’t find one, but I can’t make up my mind like a kid in the candy store.

    I have done a lot of research on inshore/offshore (hybrid) boats. There are so many companies who have designed boats that can get in skinny water and also take you miles offshore. Been looking at Blue Wave, Robalo, Pathfinder and a few others. There are some with hybrids like Yellowfin but they are out of my price range. Trying to keep it around 60K used, 22′ to 24′. Most of the 22′ bay boat hybrids will leave me having to pick my days to go out 9-12 miles offshore or get wet. Found a 2018 22′ Blue Wave with Yamaha 200 and everything I want (I-pilot, 10′ power pole, etc) for 65K.

    Now I just came across a 2018 Robalo 246 Cayman SD and they just dopped the price to 89.9K. This thing is sweet! White painted Yamaha F300 (not sure of hours yet), a new Minn Kota 36 volt trolling motor w/I-pilot, spot lock and auto deploy; hydraulic jack plate, 10′ power pole, Gem Lux carbon outriggers with custom shade, Simrad 12″ GPS with 3D transducer and thru hull transducer, full bow cushions with forward bow backrest and removable bow table, sky deck with full controls and 7″ Garmin and trailer included. This looks like a great deal but struggling to pull the trigger. I didn’t want a boat payment. lol

    I found another one just like it in Texas but a 2019 minus the outriggers listed for 114.9K.

    Man. what to do…

  2. Rockphin says:

    I don’t understand the love that NE still gets. Mac Jones is WAY over rated compared to what he has actually done. CBS predicts they sweep us this season, after saying that we are better than the team that swept them last season….

  3. days64 says:

    Love the blog, Thanks Steve for all you do, Off Season would be unbearable without this GREAT coming together and sharing of ideas that is called FINSMOB… Each of you make it whole, and when one is down and out, it becomes lessened. Here’s to the MOB!!

    Krishna… Here’s to many sun soaked, enjoyable, years head of you. Simply enjoy reading your posts, kind of a kindred spirit.
    Somewhere above, the universe shines on you.

    And a huge thank you to all that share their souls of aqua here, I would write more but I bitch too much, and Krishna, well he seems to be enough salt in the eye for most.

    Again, Love this BLOG, keep it up… Just remember, I’m the tree hugger from southern indiana.

  4. ukfinfan says:

    mf13ss says:
    July 18, 2022 at 4:03 pm
    Tim Knight says:
    July 18, 2022 at 3:28 pm
    I thought that too but UK made a good point that they have all of that too and they don’t have these shootings on such a large scale.
    The people of the UK are far more… ‘civilized’… and far more disciplined than we Americans: it’s a cultural difference. They are a more ‘prim and proper’ culture, whereas we are anything but. That, and they don’t have the right to own guns to defend themselves from tyranny.


    Just curious M – have you been to the UK? I hope you don’t think we are all bowler-hatted, upper class aristocrats? I have been chuckling at your descriptions of prim and proper and civilised (not at you btw).

    My take on it, fwiw, is that citizens of this country come in all colours and sizes, there has been a large influx of immigrants over many decades and to some extent, we have some of the same issues as you do with racism, intolerance generally and gangs/violence on a much, much smaller scale in inner cities. Each generation “dumbs down” more than the last, in my opinion because they are becoming more and more selfish and self-obsessed, linked directly to social media, which in most cases is anything but social and downright anti-social in my view. BBM made a good point on the last page about culture and morals declining also, coupled with mental health issues. I also think we are quite tolerant.

    Citing video games as causal doesn’t make sense to me – Japanese are the masters of video games and don’t shoot each other. My g/fs partner teaches infants and she is thinking of quitting the game, partly due to ties teachers have but partly because of the lack of respect for authority that is becoming endemic here. That and entitlement. Kids live with their parents for ever, think they should be spoon-fed and cossetted to experience everything and accept handouts without a backwards glance. I was always taught respect and to pay my way but that is seemingly “old-fashioned” now and much less prevalent! The trend here is very much away from prim and proper and hurtling towards the “look at me generation” (we get a lot of US trash tv here and it influences the undiscerning) and away from “civilised” behaviour. Thankfully, we haven’t departed too far, but …….

    So, if you have young people who have been handed everything on a plate, feel entitled (maybe having been promised the American dream and it not having been delivered), lack respect and are selfish, whose brains are going through a transition from adolescence to manhood and a gun is put in their hands …………..

    I don’t know any of the statistics about gun crime nor do I much care since I cannot influence what goes on in your country. You live there and you can’t either! I don’t know age of perpetrator stats, gang vs mass-shootings, gun checks etc, but I do know that if those people didn’t have access to a gun they couldn’t have shot someone. M posted “Are they truly free people? One may remember, that we left that country and founded our own.” I have never owned a gun, never wanted to own a gun and feel free as a bird. I can do whatever I like as long as I don’t break the law and there is really nothing I would like to do but feel I can’t. In truth, the fact that I am statistically far, far less likely to be shot than a US citizen makes me feel even freer. I can get a gun if I want one. There are very stringent checks I believe, they can only be shot in certain circumstances (mainly shotguns for shooting game birds or rifles for target shooting) but we also do not have the abundance of game to shoot here and it is very much licensed and “open carry” here is utterly unthinkable. I honestly wouldn’t miss guns at all if they were banned from the face of the earth. I can buy all the food I need from a store and don’t feel the need to chase it round the countryside whilst it’s still alive waving a gun at it.

    Anyway, back to my perception of the main “cause” of the problems I see and hear about over there – it seems to stem from a deep seated disrespect, lack of peer pressure to do the right thing (maybe) and a growing intolerance of things not “going right”. I also think a lot of parents are so obsessed with themselves these days they do not have enough input into their childrens development. My mum didn’t go back to work until we were in high school. We weren’t rich – we had to do without sometimes, but we sure as shit were taught the difference between right and wrong. I think we Brits also have the old “stiff upper lip”, and maybe a longer fuse before the red mist descends and meltdown starts.

    I think this topic is multi-faceted, complex and there is no one-size fits all solution. But selling guns is absolutely not the solution for me. I don’t give a flying fuck what your second amendment says. I also know several of you will 100% disagree with this. You also have to live with the consequences.

    Just my $0.02.

    • Rockphin says:

      I am glad you responded. I try not to but thought the same thing. Ever see the crowd at the pitch when things don’t go their way?

      SO VERY civilized…. LOL

      • ukfinfan says:

        We’ve had problems with football hooligans for generations Rock. Mindless thugs who just like to fight. Knives seem slightly more prevalent these days, but some of our fans (and regrettably some innocent ones too) got involved with Russian thugs (many of whom were/are paramilitary hardnuts). There were some severe beatings handed out to the English. You live by the sword and you die by the sword (or gun)!

      • Krishna says:

        Lol…soccer fans in all the world are sick vs civilized…it’s a soccer culture!

    • Ken says:

      Civilized? Watch a group of English at a soccer game 😉

    • Ken says:

      BTW very good post UK

    • mf13ss says:

      Thank you for your reply, UK! No, I’ve never been to your country, but my cousin-in-law was born in raised in the UK for over 30 years before moving here to marry. We talk a lot about the differences between the US and the UK and it’s most interesting.

      He flew his mother and father over here several times and the stories they tell are remarkable. So in my very limited exposure to native Brits (from one family, at that), I presented my view/experience. Certainly, I’m no expert on British lifestyles and experience.

      I hope I didn’t rub ya the wrong way, for that was not my intent. I’ve always viewed the British people with the highest of regard, even if that viewpoint is skewed from limited exposure. For instance, I’d no idea that your country is facing many of the same societal problems ours is experiencing (laziness, disrespect, entitlement, selfishness, etc).

      Like you, I was born and raised the “old-fashioned” way: respect, dignity, honor, manners, and the like. You and I may not agree politically, but that matters not to me: I think you’re a good man (and fellow Phin fan!) and that’s all that matters to me.

      Thank you for your thoughtful dialogue and point of view, for I’ve learned more now than before. I appreciate ya, UK! Cheers!

    • stangerx says:

      UK — you might be able to buy a fowling piece, but this could never be your car.

  5. mf13ss says:

    Hulkster (and other Star Wars fans),

    What do ya think?

  6. Wyoming85 says:

    For whatever that’s worth

  7. Krishna says:

    Lol…I need a nice straw hat vs baseball cap for beach

    Pp…if you’re out there…loved your panamá lid at the last fest…just saying..sources?

  8. Ken says:

    BTW what is it that Steve does here? 😉

  9. stangerx says:

    Touchdown Wire’s Mark Schofield on why he ranked Gesicki the ninth best TE. He also taught me a new term that fits Gesicki to a “T” — “power slot.”

    “Like other members of this list, Mike Gesicki could be consider more of a “move tight end,” a “big slot receiver,” or perhaps the new en vogue term coined by Nate Tice of The Athletic: A power slot.

    Gesicki saw the bulk of his snaps last year — 453 of those according to Pro Football Focus — in the slot. He saw another 252 snaps in a wide alignment, leaving just 99 of his snaps in a traditional in-line role.

    Still, the production, as well as the problems he causes for defenses based on his alignment and usage, makes him a dangerous weapon for the Miami Dolphins. Gesicki turned in some career-high numbers last season, catching 73 passes (on 112 targets) for 780 yards and a pair of touchdowns. He also set a career-high with 39 catches going for first downs.”

    • steveccnv says:

      There has to be some power there for them to use power in the term, otherwise they’re just writing bs and making stuff up, that makes no sense

      If he was a wrecking ball after the catch or boxed out like a basketball TE, then I could see using power

  10. Rockphin says:

    Hunt, who the Dolphins believe can be a great right guard, loves the team’s new wide zone running scheme. “I get to run off the ball,” he said. “I like that. We are trying to make everybody defend the whole field. Guys are just trusting what the coaches are saying and we are just running off the ball. We got [the defense] guessing and it’s a beautiful thing. It’s the type of offense I ran in college. I respect it a lot. I love it.”

    What specifically creates an advantage with the new scheme? “Snap count,” he said. “The snap count makes a huge advantage. I never thought about that until this year. We know the snap count. The defense doesn’t know the snap count. They are just sitting there, mouth open, just breathing, just looking. They don’t know what’s going on. We know, so we lock it in and go.”

    From Miami Herald article
    I’m glad to read this because it seems a lightbulb is coming on but at the same time I have to say WTF! Really they didn’t understand the fundamental advantage of knowing the snap count,!? Jean Pierre why do you still have a job?

  11. Rockphin says:

    UK, are you enjoying that 40 degree weather? Man, I can’t imagine in a country with very little Air Conditioning.

  12. Rockphin says:

    I turned on my Prime Video account to see if they had anything new and in the “Movies we think you’ll like” section “Zombie Strippers” (2008) 3 1/4 stars comes up.

    Why would they think I will like this movie?

  13. Tim Knight says:

    UK, I also appreciate your response. Gun control of whatever we call it, is a very difficult issue in this country and I still don’t see the solution without limiting access to guns, but that is always fought by quite a few Americans.

    • Krishna says:

      Uh…duh…that’s a start…lol

      • Tim Knight says:

        Well okay, but… the problem with violent behavior in this country is deeper than just the weapon used. I hear people mention waiting periods, registration, permits and training. How does that stop a disturbed individual? Some psychopaths are patient and then they do it anyway mocking the laws.

      • Krishna says:

        Of course it is! Did you not get the “start” part? Lol…

      • Tim Knight says:

        I think I’ve seen the word “start” before, but some states already have this in place and it stops nothing.

      • Krishna says:

        In those states? Hmmm…are you sure? Did that start yesterday? Educate me, please…

      • Tim Knight says:

        I believe NJ, NY and CT have it. Maybe not the training part but that does nothing other than making them more dangerous.

  14. Tim Knight says:

    Doesn’t look there was much news from the first day of rookie camp.

  15. Wyoming85 says:

    If you think there are 33 states that will ratify it go ahead!
    If you keep trying to “break” the Constitution, well I’m guessing that you won’t have a United States anymore!

    But go ahead with your bad selves!

  16. mf13ss says:

    Rockphin says:
    July 19, 2022 at 1:29 pm
    I am glad you responded. I try not to but thought the same thing. Ever see the crowd at the pitch when things don’t go their way?

    SO VERY civilized…. LOL


    Rockphin says:
    July 19, 2022 at 3:02 pm
    LOL again, thanks for someone else going there.
    Yeah, you’re a real dickhead, Rockphin. I suppose I should judge the whole of a country based on select fanatics of the mere game of soccer, right? And here you thought that it was ME who was short-sighted? WOW! SMH

    You aren’t even trying to get along with others here when one doesn’t 100% agree with your political disposition/agenda.

    Either come correct with respect or FUCK OFF. I’d rather get along with ya, man.

    • Tim Knight says:

      I’m sure that response will go along way in getting along. LOL

      • mf13ss says:

        Right?!! LOL

      • mf13ss says:

        But seriously, he’s a fuckin’ dickhead, always on the attack on this blog. I’m happy that I’m not so unhappy as he is, so as to constantly attack others over mere opinions.

        IMO, he’s a troll on steroids.

      • mf13ss says:

        And Tim… now is the time for me to apologize to you for not sticking up for you when Home attacked you personally. I’m sorry, Brother.

      • mf13ss says:

        And as much, please stay out of this between Rockphin and me, man. I can handle myself… both Steve and I.

      • mf13ss says:

        Reason I mentioned Steve? The latter quote from Rockphin (above) was directed at him.

      • Tim Knight says:

        Don’t worry about that. I gave it right back to that jackass. It’s one thing to bust balls, but he became disgusting not just to me, but many others. He was racist, homophobic, anti-Semitic and downright ugly to some women on the sites we were on. He’s a really fucked up individual. He would refer to me as a liberal bi-curious Jew. None of that was accurate. I guess he was kind of right on one thing, I consider myself a traditional liberal not the type that is part of the current Democratic party. I’m anti-big government.

  17. Krishna says:

    Really Mf31ss? Lol…on purpose as in ass backwards…

    I think UK said enough. You chimed in when all was done, as usual, not on point…lol

  18. Wyoming85 says:

    It’s all good until someone takes their ball and goes home!

    • Krishna says:

      Just to be clear and making sure I understand, I will gladly take my ball (and family) and go home if you can’t respect family…talk to god about that…lol

      • Wyoming85 says:

        Although I was talking to Tim?
        I said it’s all good until someone takes their ball and goes home.

        which means that everyone can write anything until someone else takes offense to it and leaves the blog!

        Then we will be down to like 3 posters!

        And that means you, me, and Steve!

        See why we don’t want that to happen??? 😉

      • Tim Knight says:

        Wyo, you’re not saying I take my ball and goes home are you? Because I don’t do that.

      • Krishna says:

        Cool…my bad…I can handle myself and know you can too….

        I took my ball and went home when a certain blogger thought family was ok to attack….

        Glad I wasn’t being considered in your post…that’s all.

  19. Wyoming85 says:

    Well now

    • Tim Knight says:

      I read that earlier today and he’s right. He sees the nonsense. Tua is entering his 3rd season. People act like he’s been playing for 4-5 years and he always sucks. It’s stupid.

      Not just as a Phins fan, I would be shocked if Tua failed and is not a quality starting QB in the NFL.

      • steveccnv says:


        I’ve been saying, this myth about make or break year for Tua was just something the media brought up, even Hill is parroting it now

        Tua has already shown me he’s a franchise QB, not sure what the media is looking at

        He’s thrown lots of short passes, but so do most QBs, he just hasn’t been given the time to throw deeper, but I promise you he wants to

        He found a way of getting it done behind the worst OLs in NFL history, not many can do that

      • Tim Knight says:

        McDaniel wants to surgically take opposing defenses apart. Run efficiently, high percentage passes to keep the chains moving and then take some deep shots. Get the ball in the hands of playmakers with a chance to make a big play. That’s what we tried to do this offseason. We’re not going to run a majority of RPO. That’s not what McDaniel runs. He values the fullback position.

    • Ken says:

      I now have a favorite former Patriot

  20. Tim Knight says:

    We all have different opinions on issues, but we all seem to believe in The USA at the core. Don’t we all want to live free and not in fear of criminal activity and corruption so we can live our lives peacefully for the most part?

    We have over complicated our government and society instead of simplifying it.

    • steveccnv says:

      We had the non-corrupt president, and he got cheated out, which too many loved

      I’m not so sure people want non-corrupt politicians, if they did they wouldn’t keep voting them in, voters are so stupid

      • Tim Knight says:

        I’ve always said career politicians should not be allowed. That’s how decades of corruption exists.

  21. Tim Knight says:

    What Robert Hunt was referring to with our offense and blocking scheme is the entire offense spreads the field both vertically and laterally. You don’t allow crowded box alignments. There is a lot of movement in McDaniel’s WCO. It all comes from the Bill Walsh model and then the Mike Shanahan vision. It all starts with the blocking schemes to allow the skill players to prosper.

  22. Wyoming85 says:

    No Tim I was saying we should all NOT want anyone to take their ball and go home!

    Maybe I stutter when I type?

    • Tim Knight says:

      Cool! 🙂

    • Krishna says:

      See above Wyo…thank you

    • days64 says:

      Ken, you and Krishna nailed it, I meant to thank Mike E for all he does. (Call it my senior moment) and now you see why I don’t post much. 😉

      Steve, I read and appreciate, all your postings that you put so much energy in and deliver with such gusto.

      For all the Ninjas that work so diligently behind the scenes to keep this site looking and reading so crisp. I am humbly in your debt. This site is my refuge from the daily grind…. Thank you with all my heart.

      Be kind to each other. There is enough hatred in the world already.

      My Mother always told me to hold my words until the anger passed. She is a saint. All of my siblings have nothing but respect and love in our hearts for her. We were poor, but we were not uneducated thanks to her. .

      • Ken says:

        It’s all good Days I was. JBB on Steve and all in good fun. And Mike E is the driving force behind this blog without him we would be sunk

    • steveccnv says:

      Doggie, where you at? I’m passing thru Kingman😁

  23. Tim Knight says:

    In the defense we run, LBs Baker and Tindall along with Safeties Jones and Holland add a dimension that not all teams have. These guys can destroy the backfield. They are the keys to the Amoeba defense. I know I’m jumping the gun on Tindall but I really believe he’s the perfect fit.

    Having good corners allows that. We all know pass rush is important from the front guys. I think we might have all of it.

  24. Mike E. says:

    Krishna – NJ has some of the strongest gun laws in the US. There are no conceal and carry permits unless you’re police or in the military. No one besides those people is allowed to carry a gun, any gun. Most of the gun violence is found in the inner cities of NJ like Camden and Newark. All those guns were obtained illegally and used illegally since no one can carry a gun. CT and NY are not as strict as NJ, at least NY isn’t.

  25. Rockphin says:

    LOL @ MF13! Do you feel better now? Good for you.

  26. pheloniusphish says:

    You lot still talking about guns and taking away rights? Jeesh. The ban “assault” rifles stance makes no sense. As Stanger admitted, it won’t keep criminals from getting them. Further, adding severe penalties if they use one does nothing either. If they are going to use a gun to murder people, do ya think they are worried about a prosecutor adding 10 years or something to their sentence? They are expecting to die already. And even if UK got his wish and all guns disappeared from earth, they would still find a way. Humans were slaughtering each other long before guns were invented. Biggest non-terrorist mass murder in the US the 1990 Happyland Night club Fire in NY. 87 killed. Disgruntled boyfriend. Crazy people are going to do crazy people things. Timothy McVeigh killed 168 with fertilizer and diesel fuel bought a farm supply stores. And yet some would punish millions of law abiding citizens to make themselves feel better. Because gun laws are not about the victims, they are about the the people who support them feeling like they have control and are doing something, even if it accomplishes nothing.

    Some like to throw out stats – in 2020, 54% of gun deaths in the US were suicides. If someone wants to commit suicide, do you think not having a gun helps them? How about you focus on them and their issues instead. 43% of gun deaths in the US were classified as homicides, with 74% of them gang related. From the Pew Institute –

    “How many people are killed in mass shootings in the U.S. every year?

    This is a difficult question to answer because there is no single, agreed-upon definition of the term “mass shooting.” Definitions can vary depending on factors including the number of victims and the circumstances of the shooting.

    The FBI collects data on “active shooter incidents,” which it defines as “one or more individuals actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a populated area.” Using the FBI’s definition, 38 people – excluding the shooters – died in such incidents in 2020.

    The Gun Violence Archive, an online database of gun violence incidents in the U.S., defines mass shootings as incidents in which four or more people are shot, even if no one was killed (again excluding the shooters). Using this definition, 513 people died in these incidents in 2020.

    Regardless of the definition being used, fatalities in mass shooting incidents in the U.S. account for a small fraction of all gun murders that occur nationwide each year.”

    Going back to banning “assault” weapons, handguns are used in 59% of gun related homicides. Rifles (of all types) are used in 3%, shotguns in 1%. The other 36% is “type not stated.” So again, you are not addressing the problem, just making yourselves feel better about being powerless.

    As Benjamin Franklin once said: “Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.”

    • Ken says:

      So you believe in an acceptable death toll due to gun violence. Also there have been far more than 38 deaths this year due to mass shootings. You used 2020 numbers but there was a marked decline in 2020 due to Covid

      • pheloniusphish says:

        There have been 29 deaths this year, 19 in Uvalde and 10 in New York that were not criminal/gang related. Stop using bullshit numbers put out by gun control groups. And, yes, I am saying that 38 deaths are not enough to deprive millions of a Constitutional right. You don’t care about the victims or solutions, you only care about supporting your stance. I refer you to Ben Franklin.

  27. pheloniusphish says:

    Krishna – If I was wearing a Panama Jack, back then it came from Quito, Ecuador. I destroyed that one. However, you can get one from here:

    I have one on order from them, but be aware they take awhile to arrive. They come from Italy.

  28. ukfinfan says:

    Sorry fellas – had to post and run last night. In order of replies to my posts – an Oakham Citra please Ken. My fave beer in my fave style. Really a summer beer but eminently drinkable year-round. Boddies used to be good, but alas no more. Bass, when brewed in the Burton Union system – an inter-connecting network of barrels as a brewing vessel was awesome. If it isn’t real ale though – unpasteurised and unfiltered = still alive, my pulse doesn’t quicken. Self-confessed beer snob!
    I have no issue with you or your post M. Nothing even mildly offensive in it to me. We take the piss out of each other mercilessly when we are close over here – as is the MO of the blog when battle lines aren’t crossed and it’s all good. As for disagreeing with each other politically, that isn’t even on my radar. I don’t really do politics at all. Unless one feels strong enough about their beliefs to go into politics and push for reform from the inside, my personal opinion is it’s all a lot of hot air and a total waste of time. Piggy has very strong views and has expressed them and fought his corner to the point where I suspect he’s had time off from the blog as a result of the politicisation and bickering. Which is a shame. Sure he’ll be back though come training camp. Not blaming you either. To make the issue surrounding guns into politics though isn’t right in my eyes (if that’s what you were referring to). I posted a while back that 90% of Americans want gun reform – I don’t believe 90% are in one party. Ditto being sick of mindless slaughter of innocents. Anyway, I don’t want the blog to go in that direction again really. Just to say politics and guns aren’t on my radar. Our politicians aren’t nice people at all and I’m sure we don’t have a monopoly on this either! Also, I’ve never seen Ted Lasso!
    That certainly isn’t my boot (trunk) Stanger! 😉
    Rock – it was mental here yesterday. We had a previous record of 38.7C in the SE of England – yesterday it was 40.3C! It was even 39C where I live near Manchester. We don’t have a/c in most houses here as it would only be used a few times a year. We rarely get temps in the 30s even. So yesterday, after the eleventeenth cold shower, when hot water came out of the cold tap, we got the bbq going and got stuck into the beers. And that was that.
    Tim – I agree – it has it start somewhere.
    Days – my dearly departed mum used to say if you have nothing good to say, say nothing at all. It doesn’t apply to all situations, but comes in handy more often than not!
    I haven’t talked about the Fins for ages and still can’t. I’ve eaten the cheese so many times and it’s ended in supreme disappointment. I’m well aware of all the upgrades, and the potential for this year, but I still ain’t coming out of my cave until this franchise gives me a reason to. So there.

  29. Rockphin says:

    I guess I can give an unenthusiastic nod to Jones being our most overrated player but I have to disagree with their selection for New England. Jones is ABASOLUTLY the most overrated player on the Pats. They have anointed him the next great one already. Him making the probowl as a rookie last year was PURLY team recognition / fandom. He was not nearly the best (or 3rd best because the best are typically in the SB) QB in the AFC.

  30. Rockphin says:

    Here is a fan article that calls Jones one of the most underrated players on the team.

    Opinions are like assholes. Everyone has one and they all stink from time to time.

    • Rockphin says:

      wait, wrong jones. This one is about the safety jones. My bad, I posted it here before reading the whole thing.

  31. Rockphin says:

    YAY! Keep it up with the Dolphins!

    • Rockphin says:

      \_/ \_/ here’s to him getting healthy and staying healthy for us this season. (only averages 8 games played per year in his career)

  32. ukfinfan says:

    It’s an interesting question …………. what would Shula do?

    • Rockphin says:

      I don’t know, probably waste the best years of the best QB in history by keeping Tom Olivadotti employed?

      • ukfinfan says:

        The league has changed since then Rock. I think if he were young again and faced with this dilemma, there’d be much more use of the tight end? 😉

  33. Wyoming85 says:


    • Rockphin says:

      So is this no longer a good message because political LeBron retweeted it?

      • Wyoming85 says:

        If I thought it was a shitty message I wouldn’t have posted it!

        Not everything has an agenda! 😉

      • Rockphin says:

        you thought it was a shitty message? That kids shouldn’t look up to thugs and gangstas and that players shouldn’t try to be cool by emulating thugs and gangstas? What is shitty about that message?

      • Rockphin says:

        Oh, I miss read that. Disregard. you said IF you thought it was a shitty message. Never mind.

  34. Ken says:

    pheloniusphish says:
    July 20, 2022 at 11:46 am (Edit)
    There have been 29 deaths this year, 19 in Uvalde and 10 in New York that were not criminal/gang related.
    I guess July 4 Highland Park doesn’t count. And there are so many more

    • Rockphin says:

      I was amazed at how little press that one got.

      7 dead and 25 others shot. (plus the chaos injuries that were not bullet related)

      • Tim Knight says:

        I saw plenty of coverage on it.

        As for the chaos injuries, yeah some people were hit and killed by cars trying to flee.

      • Rockphin says:

        I watch mostly Fox and I didn’t see squat about it. I turn it off at 7 when the paid opinions take over from the news.

    • pheloniusphish says:

      Okay, 36. And there are not “so many more.” Bullshit numbers. Gang bangers shooting gang bangers don’t count. Again… you don’t care about victims only agendas.

  35. stangerx says:

    “I’m not really competing with anybody. If Tommy can show that he’s a promising player and show that he can be consistently a good punter, any team’s gonna keep a rookie that shows that because they’re cheap and young, and you can build around that. So, I certainly have to outperform him in almost every way, and that’ll be the case for the rest of my career, and that’s great.”

    — Thomas Morstead on both he and UDFA P Tommy Heatherly going to camp.

  36. stangerx says:

    MIami Herald — Dolphins 53-man roster projection: Starters set but tough decisions to make on offense (no paywall)

  37. Rockphin says:

    Now that he isn’t associated with the Dolphins I really don’t care what happens with Jerkoff boy. I do have a bit of a spiteful wish that he fails and the Browns get fucked for a bunch of the $230M fully guaranteed contract just because they would do that knowing what everyone knows. but other than that I don’t care anymore. The NFL is made up of a bunch of hypocrites.

    • stangerx says:

      Will be interesting to see what happens just from the “what could have been” standpoint. We were obviously interested (or at least Flores was).

  38. stangerx says:

    A bipartisan group of Senators announced an election reform bill today. You can think of it as the “how to stop Trump from trying it again” bill.

    “The bipartisan group of 16 senators, nine Republicans and seven Democrats, led by Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, and including Trump ally Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said in a joint statement, “From the beginning, our bipartisan group has shared a vision of drafting legislation to fix the flaws of the archaic and ambiguous Electoral Count Act of 1887.”

    The new legislation, the Electoral Count Reform Act of 2022 (ECRA), would enshrine the vice president’s “ministerial” role rendering that person powerless to alter the electoral count; dramatically, raise the number of congressional objectors required to challenge a state’s results to 20%, or one-fifth of members, in both chambers — a jump from the current requirement of one in each house; clarify that states may not select electors after Election Day; and dictate what happens if an alternate slate of electors is presented to Congress.”

  39. Krishna says:

    PP….thank you for the hat link!

    • Tim Knight says:

      The data Phish puts out many times shows what’s going on. We all focus on guns but the real problem is morals and mental health. But I must admit that there is no quick solution to the problem. As a society this country has allowed criminal enterprises to exist for many decades. Now we have people who are unhinged showing up anywhere at anytime to wage mass carnage on innocent people, even children. We’ve got a problem and nobody knows how to stop it without banning guns. “We’re not for banning all guns but more gun control is needed.” Okay, like what?

      When I say the only solution I can see is banning most or all guns is not me being all in for it. It’s because I have yet to hear any other solution that would prevent it or considerably cut down on it.

      • Krishna says:

        I always read pp’s take, smart man and much respect….I just don’t always agree, but do agree mostly….lol

      • Tim Knight says:

        Technology via computers and social media has basically opened up Pandora’s box. It’s actually a good thing. It’s exposing immoral secrets that was not common knowledge for a long time. Corrupt people are being exposed but it doesn’t happen overnight. I think we’re headed for an enlightenment that many of us won’t live to see. But I hope truth becomes a reality for future generations.

      • Krishna says:

        Truth…a novel concept…lol

      • Rockphin says:

        Thoughts and prayers thoughts and prayers

        until both sides can discuss it that’s all we will ever get. One side of the argument is to blame.ONLY one side is to blame. The intransigent unbending unthinking uncaring segment that won’t even allow discourse on the subject. The same relatively sane people will concede that the First Amendment isn’t absolute (can’t yell bomb on a plane) will not bend on an INTERPRETATION of archaic language that allows the “right to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed”

        They will argue that is ineffectual (what ever “it” is) and oppose it on a tribal basis.

        I don’t see a problem with having the universal age of owning a fire arm the same as drinking alcohol. I have no problems requiring a waiting period and paying tax for a inter-agency coordinated background check. We cannot even discuss these because the NRA (a special interest minority) will tell the zombie followers to not vote for anyone who supports common sense gun laws.

        I will now hear arguments that it’s “Their” fault because “They” want to take away all my guns. That and other slippery slope bullshit.

        “Gun control” should be PART of the solution along with better mental health systems and other ideas. ALL will be needed because NONE will work on their own.

        So, let’s not even try.

        Thoughts and Prayers. Thoughts and Prayers.

        Before any of you get triggered and start calling me a leftist, first consider I have a nice collection of guns, including AR style riffles which I own responsibly and would not give up. I would probably not own as many if i couldn’t walk out with one, but I would still have them if I had to wait while my info made it through all the checks.

        Yall have my Thoughts and Prayers

    • Krishna says:

      And, the hat looks pretty cool…nice

  40. stangerx says:

    Olena Zelenska (Volodymyr Zelensky,’s wife) is real cute…. I’ll go as far as hot.

  41. stangerx says:

    Colbert’s the Insult Comic Dog got away with his late night antics. You might remember this one cause Tucker C made a huge deal out of it…. saying was as bad as Jan 6.

    “Federal prosecutors have declined to bring charges against nine people associated with CBS’ “Late Show with Stephen Colbert” who were arrested in a building in the U.S. Capitol complex last month.

    The decision, made by the U.S. attorney’s office in Washington, comes after prosecutors determined they “cannot move forward” with the misdemeanor charges against the nine people arrested June 16 in the Longworth House Office Building.

    “The Office would be required to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that these invited guests were guilty of the crime of unlawful entry because their escort chose to leave them unattended,” said Bill Miller, a spokesman for the U.S. attorney’s office. “We do not believe it is probable that the Office would be able to obtain and sustain convictions on these charges.”

  42. Krishna says:

    I’m glad I have no idea what you’re talking about, but pretty sure Jan 6 was a one off and the CORRUPT Trump supported and enouraged a violent attack on the Capitol.

    He also divided the country and lost as a result by 9MM votes….doubt that’s an endorsement of him by most people…lol…nice blinders or drugs…if drugs please share….lol

    • Krishna says:

      Bipartisan bill to supposedly pre-empt anything Trump did to ever happening again so there must not been any corruption…lmfao…

  43. Tim Knight says:

    The lesser of two evils always ends up in evil. That’s what we strive for these days?

    Voting Libertarian or 3rd party is a wasted vote. Right… because the majority votes for the corrupt politicians over and over and than blames the government. LOL

  44. randydolfan1947 says:

    TIM: I liked your eloquent response to those who critical of voting for the Libertarian candidate in any election. When I lived in the Austin suburb of Cedar Park, there was NO Democratic Party. The ballot consisted Repubs, Libertarians, plus a few NPA’s (No Party Affiliation) to pick from. About 10% of the local offices were occupied by Libertarians and just a few by NPA’s. Around 2000 or so, the Democratic Party became irrelevant in Williamson County, Texas. We left there for Tampa in late 2008. Things may be different there now. But I sure didn’t feel irrelevant voting for the Libertarian candidates in local or statewide elections.

  45. randydolfan1947 says:

    ON A TOTALLY different topic —– I recently called the Dolphins ticket office to find out WHICH GAME THIS SEASON is going to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the one and only PERFECT SEASON of the Miami Dolphins in 1972.

    Are you surprised that this young lady had NO IDEA if such a celebration was even going to take place this year??? Anyway, I’m STILL waiting for her call back.

  46. mf13ss says:

    Rockphin says:
    July 20, 2022 at 9:24 am
    LOL @ MF13! Do you feel better now? Good for you.
    LOL, I DO, actually! 😀

    And as our resident DB enthusiast, I keep a short memory about the last play (DBs cannot EVER lose their concentration after a bad or good play). In other words, I don’t wake up the next day holding grudges against people. I believe in a clean slate every day (forgiveness).

    Thanks for not escalating, and sorry if I went too hard on you. Let’s try to get along better… I’ve been trying with ya for some time now, hence my frustrations. It’s alright that we don’t agree politically! We needn’t continue this ‘feud’, either. We can agree to disagree like gents, instead of trading barbs, ya know?

    Pigster and Hulkster are two of my very favorite posters here, and it’s been like that since we met on Omar’s blog back in the day. I don’t politically agree with them (and vice-versa), yet we still have a lot of common ground and love for our Phins. Let’s do that, you and me!

    • Krishna says:

      Lmfao…read your first and second paragraphs and started laughing….done..but can’t stop laughing…wtf?

  47. mf13ss says:

    Krishna says:
    July 19, 2022 at 9:31 pm
    Really Mf31ss? Lol…on purpose as in ass backwards…

    I think UK said enough. You chimed in when all was done, as usual, not on point…lol
    Bro… I don’t even know what this is supposed to mean. Was I not supposed to acknowledge UK’s reply to me? Was it not a kind and thoughtful response from me? Did I not tell UK that I learned something from him? Did I not say that it’s alright to disagree politically? Was I expected to debate him on every single thing he stated, when my position was already stated? When did this blog become a debate club?

    Sometimes I don’t understand where you’re coming from, man.

    I hate these doldrums, Krishna… and to be honest, I think a LOT of us do when politics get interjected. Won’t be too much longer, though!!!

    • randydolfan1947 says:

      NOT ABSOLUTELY SURE Mr. MF-13 that things will get a lot more congenial around here once the regular season takes off (REMEMBER THESE WORDS). The early stages of the season are sure to bring some difficult times, maybe more than we bargained for. And our untested Offensive Line has yet to prove itself, especially against the Buffalo Bills. I’m eager to see if, on his umpteenth try, Little Stevie Blunder has FINALLY picked the right guy to be head coach of the Fins. I’m NOT yet convinced, one way or the other on this rookie head coach. But remember this; Ross has yet to pick a head coach who has succeeded in Miami.

      He’s O-FER!!!

      AND MIAMI FANS ARE not known FOR THEIR PATIENCE!! The “HONEYMOON” could be a short one. In fact, it could be shorter than Ross’s most recent “HONEYMOON!”

    • Krishna says:

      You cut, pasted, cherry-picked and made it about you…that’s a perfect Mf13ss post…lmfao

      • Krishna says:

        Walk away…it’s best

      • mf13ss says:

        Walk away? From what and for what reason? Did you not read what I posted? I made it about “me”? How so? I didn’t cut anything, I didn’t paste anything, and I didn’t cherry-pick anything. I agreed to disagree as a gentleman on the politics, did I not? Were you hoping for a public dissertation on the subject from me? Do you feel UK (or me) won a battle of sorts? If so, what battle? Did I attack him… NO! Did he attack me… NO! Were we engaged in a battle of sorts, or were we merely exchanging different points of view?

        It’s okay to disagree (!!!) while being civil!

        Again, sometimes I don’t understand where you’re coming from, bud.

  48. Wyoming85 says:

    Justice for me, but not for thee?

    Someone keeps pushing the go down handle! 😉

  49. Tim Knight says:

    Politics smolitics… we’re all wrong. 😉

  50. Mike E. says:

    Ken – yes, yes you are! 🤣

  51. Tim Knight says:

    I’m so tired of rankings. Let’s just watch the games and see how it all plays out shall we. 🙂

  52. Wyoming85 says:

    Bounty on the spam filter

  53. Wyoming85 says:

    Tip you local spam filter

  54. CavalierKong says:

    08/13 – at Tampa 4:30 PM PST
    08/20 – vs Raiders 4:00 PM PST
    08/27 – vs Eagles 4:00 PM PST

    All our preseason games fall on a Saturday. That is awesome. If feels like for the last decade at least half our preseason games would start at 4 PM on Thu or Fri and I’d always miss the most important half of the game.

  55. Tim Knight says:

    Next up Lamar Jackson 5 years $300M or something like that.

  56. Rockphin says:

    How do you manage your cap when you pay one guy 45+ million per year!?!?

    • Ken says:

      Easy you trade away your best WR like KC did. I wonder what Hopkins would fetch

    • stangerx says:

      It would be like us having Kyler Murray instead of Tyreek and Armstead. And in that scenario we’d have the picks for Tyreek back.

  57. stangerx says:

    “The Dolphins are the second-best team in the AFC East. I agree that the Dolphins are a team that can challenge the Buffalo Bills. Are they the Buffalo Bills? Hell, no. Are the Buffalo Bills my favorite to win the AFC? Yes they are.

    But the Dolphins have improved so much throughout this offseason onto a team that was already finishing strong last year with a great defense.

    I expect the Miami Dolphins to challenge to be in the playoffs and I wouldn’t be surprised if this team was able to advance through a round or two with this team gelling late in the season when you have a guy like Mike McDaniel making the calls, who’s learned through Kyle Shanahan.”

    — ESPN’s Ryan Clark

  58. stangerx says:

    “He was scheduled to play at the Senior Bowl, and he was injured and we were glad he didn’t because nobody else got a chance to see him and he was our secret Now everybody sees it.

    He was so dominant, and he was that athletic. People got a chance to see a glimpse of the athleticism on the touchdown that wasn’t. It shows his athleticism and power. And he’s just a great person. We can build with guys like this.

    He was special to me because I was able to meet him when I went to Louisiana to scout him and I kind of fell in love with the person.”

    — Dolphins Assistant GM Marvin Allen on Robert Hunt

  59. Rockphin says:

    I want a winning season. I want a PLAYOFF WIN. But lacking those I just want to punch the Bills in the mouth and put up a crazy 20-30 point spread win on their asses at home this year. If we can come out and win the first three (Pats, Ravens, Bills) this season, it will be incredible for our standings AND national recognition.

    I’m going down to NW 79 street in Miami to Little Haiti to get a Josh Allen voodoo doll for this season!

  60. Rockphin says:

    LOL This I think this is awesome.

  61. stangerx says:

    Did you guys see that Biden caught Covid? He’s 2 shots and 2 boosters in and took an antiviral soon as he learned. So seems he should be OK. I’m just surprised it took this long as many people as he is around.

    • Ken says:

      I got Covid despite being vaxxed and boosted. But it was very mild. I also went on the anti virals and between that and the vaccine I weathered it just fine and I am in the high risk population with my comorbidities

      • stangerx says:

        Being vaccinated doesn’t stop you from getting it like used too. I’ve read that is cause the first vaccines were engiineered against the original strain and not as effective against the mutations that have come up. Makes sense to me.

        Still helps keep you out of the hospital or the morgue though…. and that’s a good thing.

  62. Mike E. says:

    Stanger – I have to say that I’ve felt all along that the vaccine never really protected anyone from getting it or spreading it, boosters included. I’ve also noticed that they have softened their stance on the prevention aspect of it more recently, stating it can lessen the severity of the illness. Unfortunately, they fired far too many Healthcare workers who wouldn’t get the vaccine, including far too many hospital workers. In addition, they segregated vaxxed from non vaxxed in places like NYC, which was disgraceful!

    • stangerx says:

      I think the original trial results on the vaccines were conclusive as far as communicability, but like you and I said is different now. Still helps some, but not nearly as much as before with the new mutations.

      The people who are dying/hospitalized still either have a severe pre-existing condition/are elderly or are unvaccinated. And as a guy with a pre-existing condition am glad have my two boosts.

      The mandate vax issue is trickier cause combines both health and individual freedom concerns. But seems that is over now. And glad it is.

      • Rockphin says:

        Until the next time

        1000% there will be a next time.
        Mother nature is a bitch and doesn’t want us to survive. LOL

      • stangerx says:

        Covid had a 1% or under death rate (probably under cause people got it and did not report). Imagine if it was 30%….. the shiot would go down. No one would be worried about Covid tests for airline flights.

  63. Rockphin says:

    Barry Jackson is my favorite behind the guy from sports illustrated

  64. Wyoming85 says:

    Let the spam filter be with you

  65. Wyoming85 says:

    What kind of fucked up world is this????????

  66. son of a son of a shula says:




  67. son of a son of a shula says:

    Mother Nature is not a bitch, she’s lovely in fact, we’re just too stupid for her to comprehend
    She’s taking the over on Dolphins wins this year

  68. son of a son of a shula says:

    Mahabone Krishna have a great time 💨🐬😁🐧

  69. mf13ss says:

    So Madden ’23 thinks that Xavien Howard isn’t worthy of being a top-10 CB? SMH, I hope X uses that as tackling fuel this year.

    • mf13ss says:

      It’s worth noting that Xavien Howard was trending top-30, nationwide, on Twitter earlier today. Reason? EVERYBODY was saying how messed up that X wasn’t graded as a top-10 CB in Madden ’23.

  70. son of a son of a shula says:

    Lol @ Brandon Falls that’s hilarious

  71. Tim Knight says:

    I heard about that story with the 4 year old shooting the gun. Some parents are so fucked up.

    • mf13ss says:

      That’s a crime against humanity in my book. To have your own 4-year-old child do that $#!t? Just WOW. Deeply saddening. 😦

  72. mf13ss says:

    Good song…

  73. ukfinfan says:

    M – that Madden rating is both a slap in the face for X but hopefully another motivator to continue as one of the best in the game. Never played Madden and I can now say I never will. Shame on them.

    On Covid – can’t remember if I’ve shared this, but I got whooping cough coming home from the US about a decade ago on an airborne germ wagon (also known as a plane) and ended up with either Asthma or bronchiectasis, which I’m on medication for. Got Pneumonia on top of that in early ’20 and it took about 3 months for the antibiotics to work and the scarring to settle down in my lungs enough for them to stop the X-rays. I was extremely worried about Rona, but caught the original strain in October of that year. Fortunately, just got flu like symptoms. Since then I’m double vaxed (AZ), boosted (Pfizer/Biontech) and contracted it again (after another flight – smh) ……. this time MA4/Ma5 variant about a month ago, with similar outcome to the first case. Second booster being offered to >80 yr olds here only. Was talking to a supplier and he said 6 of them went skiing, 2 tested positive with symptoms but all 6 tested positive, 4 with no symptoms. There’s no chance to control something like that, and these latest variants spread like spilled mercury – the main positive is that although newer variants are way more transmissable, they are also less acute, although it does seem to be a genetic lottery how each individual responds to the virus. I have great sympathy with immuno-compromised folk, but do now believe that herd-immunity is the only practicable response available to us as a species. I would get vaxed again if it was the only way to travel but I doubt that would be mandated. We had 3.5m new cases a couple of weeks ago but seems like it’s reducing now (pop ~67m).

    As for the 4 year old with a gun ………… no words.

  74. ukfinfan says:

    Will always hate the Jets, but this helmet isn’t bad.

  75. Ken says:

    Madden is dead WTF doe he know

    • Krishna says:

      Yep. Didn’t he have final say each year on player evaluations for his game? Pretty sure…I remember that special they put ot on him and then he died.

    • ukfinfan says:

      Sadly …….. I loved his references to linemen “getting a big old paw up there”. When I often used to only have access to NFL games on the radio in the 80s/90s, his colour commentary literally brought the game to life for me. Sigh.

  76. Mike E. says:

    UK – This latest strain of COVID spread through my group on vacation so easily and fast it’s alarming. Thankfully no one in the group got seriously ill, almost everyone had just cold like symptoms, but it’s still crazy how quickly this thing spread. We better hope these new strains stay mild, because if they get more destructive, we’ll have to close down the town again.

    • ukfinfan says:

      I am no expert on such matters Mike, but if you think about it, it’s not in the best interests of the virus to kill all the hosts (survival of the fittest). On this basis, viruses usually mutate to be less threatening and more contagious with each successive mutation so they can “live long and prosper” to steal a Trekkie line. My g/f got it (obviously) and she had really bad congestion which led to migraine level headaches. For me, losing taste and smell was the worst. I like my vittles! 😉

  77. steveccnv says:

    Almost to FL, staying in Tallahassee tonight

    Read this, this morning, and if it doesn’t tl all, IDK what does

  78. Wyoming85 says:

    The state of the society! Spam filter version

  79. Wyoming85 says:

    Be quiet spam filter! It’s funny

  80. ukfinfan says:

    Check out the bend on this bar! Holy moly.

  81. Mike E. says:

    NEW BLOG UP!!!!

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