2012 Kansas City Chiefs

Discussion in 'Kansas City Chiefs' started by FootballDad, Apr 27, 2012.

  1. Extra Point

    Extra Point Hall of Famer

    Oct 21, 2012
    Woody is ridiculing me even though I never said anything about him. I resent it.

    I never claimed my points were "extra." It's just a username. Woody seized on this as an excuse to ridicule me, for no good reason.

    Ridicule is one of the favorite tactics of leftists.

    It's not taken for granted by huge numbers of white football fans and it needs to be repeated as much as possible.

    If Woody doesn't like what I have to say then I suggest he doesn't read my posts.

    Woody continues with his asinine theme that I think I'm making "extra" points, which I never claimed. Woody fabricated this as an excuse to ridicule me.

    This is a common tactic of leftists.

    Of course it's against me.

    So what.

    The feeling isn't mutual.

    It's not humorous, it's abusive.

    It's not obvious to huge numbers of white football fans. I post what I post with them in mind.

    Repetition is very important in trying to "unbrainwash" white football fans. Repetition of anti-white propaganda is how they got brainwashed in the first place. This anti-white propaganda needs to be countered with the repetition of the truth.

    Here TBProdigy implies that I think I'm making "a groundbreaking revelation." I never claimed this. TBProdigy fabricated this to put me down.

    We live in a world where white children are hunted and murdered because they're white (Kevin Shifflet); where white women are gang raped and murdered because they're white (Melissa McLauchlin); where white children are tortured to death because they're white (Jonathan Foster).

    With all that's happening Woody and TBProdigy take the time to ridicule a pro-white poster on a pro-white website.

    I don't want to deal with the likes of them. I'm putting them both on ignore.
  2. jaxvid

    jaxvid Hall of Famer

    Oct 15, 2004
    Don't let it bother you. It's typical for people to misunderstand or confuse the posts that people make. People throw out comments all the time. It's just chatter. I probably have told the same stories so many times people think I'm senile. So what? It's like going out to the bar with friends, they tell the same stories you have heard a bunch of times before, make absurd or obvious observations, say crazy stuff, talk trash, pop off, contradict themselves, exaggerate, lie, it's what we all do, it's human nature. I read almost every post on the forum, and am glad people take the time to respond. I wish more did. Otherwise it's like hanging out with your buddies and nobody has anything to say.

    And ironically I thought the post you made:

    "When you can make accurate predictions based on your model it proves your model is correct.
    The NFL is racist and the NFL's caste system is proof of that."

    ....was a great insightful comment, you're right, that is the proof of a model, when it can make accurate predictions. And you can do that with the concept of caste football.

    good job!!
  3. backrow

    backrow Hall of Famer

    Oct 23, 2005
    bad Woody! :icon_smile:

    anyways, it's all good, we do repeat ourselves a lot but it's all because of what's been mentioned, you never know if your post won't be the eye opening one for some DWF who stumbles upon the site. it's all good. caste system itself is extremely schematic and repetitive (and all the more effective for it), so it's quite hard to make a novel and "fresh" observations all the time!
  4. Extra Point

    Extra Point Hall of Famer

    Oct 21, 2012
    Thanks for your comments jaxvid.

    What I do in many of my posts is present an observation, make an argument or show an example. I then follow it up with a conclusion, often touching on the subject of anti-white racism.
  5. Leonardfan

    Leonardfan Hall of Famer

    Jul 30, 2006
    ExtraPoint, I wouldn't worry or put too much stock into the perceived slights you think people are throwing you way. 95% if not more of the people appreciate your comments and insight - me included. Keep on posting and speaking you mind.
  6. Extra Point

    Extra Point Hall of Famer

    Oct 21, 2012
    Thanks Leonardfan, I appreciate your comments.
  7. Truthteller

    Truthteller Mentor

    Oct 19, 2009
    I guess the DWF's will believe this move was a "no-brainer" because:

    1) Nate is being Mis-caste at fullback, as he's way too small (listed at 5'10", 212) to be a blocker.

    2) Chiefs drafted a fullback from K-State and recently traded for the Arizona Cardinals 2012 starting fullback (both are white).

    But we should've known the minute Nate was "caste" at fullback last season, he was eventually going to be replaced by a much bigger blocker.

    Travesty here, is based on the way he performed in pre-season games last summer, he should've been part of the Chiefs tailback rotation for several years to come.

    Also, how in the world did a "goy" as gifted as Nate wind up at Colgate in the first place?

    In a fair world, he would've been a 2 or 3 year starter at Penn State, Pitt, Syracuse, Maryland or some other BCS school....then been drafted in the top 3 rounds of the draft. Size and speed wise, how is this "goy" any different from the black RB from North Carolina the Bengals picked high or the UCLA black guy the Packers picked soon after Lacy? My guess is similar size/speed as those two, difference came down to skin color.

    Caption: Nate scores at the Carrier Dome
  8. white is right

    white is right Hall of Famer

    Feb 16, 2006
    What I find strange is that he made the team under Romeo Crennel as tailback, but played fullback because the Chiefs didn't have one on the roster. Why couldn't fat ass let him fight for a roster spot as a tailback? It's not like the current 5th or 6th tailback on the current Chiefs roster has a better body of work than Eachus. What I find sadder is no team even has him in camp as a training camp body either.
  9. Budmademewizer

    Budmademewizer Guru

    Nov 28, 2011
    I can't believe that Nate hasn't went anywhere yet.I haven't been able to find even a single workout by a team.

    His name came up yesterday while talking fantasy football with a buddy.He ask if there were any white RBs worth taking besides Danny Woodhead,told him nope unless injuries happen. He was looking at RBs on the comp and said something about Shonn Greene not being worth having since he is backing up CJ.I responded that it was a shame that Shonn is a bust but can get 3 mil a year to back up CJ and Nate Eachus is unemployed.Since he had never heard of him i told him about his preseason last year and tried to look up the videos but youtube only has HS & college highlights.

    This got the caste conversation going.After watching Nate's college highlights my buddy said that he loooked like a good runner but didn't have "elite speed".I laughed and asked him how many RBs in the nfl do have "elite speed" white or black.He thought for a second and said only probably 20 and less than half of those are starters since most ran 4.5 or 4.6.Then he said "heck Woodhead would have been a high draft pick if he had ran a high 4.4 since he is so small and quick".I laughed again and said "he would have never played a down in the nfl if he had ran that slow,he ran a low 4.3".My buddy looked puzzled and started looking up numbers from the 2008 draft class and was amazed that Woodhead wasn't drafted and that Hillis and Hester were only considered FBs.Then i got him to look up Gerhart and Burkheads numbers compared to the other RBs in their class.Once again he was amazed and couldn't believe they were top five in most catagories except for 40 times.

    My buddy has always seemed to be somewhat aware but after looking at the numbers he may be a convert.

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