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AmericanAFL

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Oct 8, 2018
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Goodbye my friend Frost. Good, bad, or ugly, you were always pure entertainment.

When I saw a headline that he was gone I gave some thought to which teams were the most likely to acquire a player like him. And I have to admit, Hawthorne were very far down my list. Am I mistaken here? He seems like a bad fit with their organizational philosophy (at least as I see it).

I’m personally sad to see him go, and if any of you ever loved me (or mildly enjoyed my presence here), you’ll do the right thing and find and post a gif or Frost ripping the jersey off that Eagle punkass.
 

harry000

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Sep 9, 2015
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Goodbye my friend Frost. Good, bad, or ugly, you were always pure entertainment.

When I saw a headline that he was gone I gave some thought to which teams were the most likely to acquire a player like him. And I have to admit, Hawthorne were very far down my list. Am I mistaken here? He seems like a bad fit with their organizational philosophy (at least as I see it).

I’m personally sad to see him go, and if any of you ever loved me (or mildly enjoyed my presence here), you’ll do the right thing and find and post a gif or Frost ripping the jersey off that Eagle punkass.
The Hawks have watched a decade of safe, skillful ball movement. Will be good to see their anxiety levels rise for once.
 

TheCount

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Oct 13, 2015
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Goodbye my friend Frost. Good, bad, or ugly, you were always pure entertainment.

When I saw a headline that he was gone I gave some thought to which teams were the most likely to acquire a player like him. And I have to admit, Hawthorne were very far down my list. Am I mistaken here? He seems like a bad fit with their organizational philosophy (at least as I see it).

I’m personally sad to see him go, and if any of you ever loved me (or mildly enjoyed my presence here), you’ll do the right thing and find and post a gif or Frost ripping the jersey off that Eagle punkass.
I've been trying to figure out if this season had caused you to give up on the team, or the game all together ... nice to see you're still around!
 

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FootyGuy13

That Guy in the Back Corner
Feb 21, 2018
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Goodbye my friend Frost. Good, bad, or ugly, you were always pure entertainment.

When I saw a headline that he was gone I gave some thought to which teams were the most likely to acquire a player like him. And I have to admit, Hawthorne were very far down my list. Am I mistaken here? He seems like a bad fit with their organizational philosophy (at least as I see it).

I’m personally sad to see him go, and if any of you ever loved me (or mildly enjoyed my presence here), you’ll do the right thing and find and post a gif or Frost ripping the jersey off that Eagle punkass.
I thought Melbourne giving you a proper welcome might have deterred you. Or maybe Daylight Savings is a pain in the neck. And hopefully the Frost Game next year will be a good contest, seeing as it's on a Friday Night.

Oh, and hopefully this link works:
 

AmericanAFL

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I’m still red and blue.

As the season went on and our hopes for finals were done and buried, I didn’t feel the need to stay up at all hours to watch the games live. I’d usually watch them within a day or so. As a result I wasn’t involved with the game day threads too much after week 10 or so.

But you can bet I’ll be there for as many as possible in 2020. I would hate to miss out on too much of our journey to our first flag in 50 some years.
 

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dee_mac

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Feb 28, 2013
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Goodbye my friend Frost. Good, bad, or ugly, you were always pure entertainment.

When I saw a headline that he was gone I gave some thought to which teams were the most likely to acquire a player like him. And I have to admit, Hawthorne were very far down my list. Am I mistaken here? He seems like a bad fit with their organizational philosophy (at least as I see it).

I’m personally sad to see him go, and if any of you ever loved me (or mildly enjoyed my presence here), you’ll do the right thing and find and post a gif or Frost ripping the jersey off that Eagle punkass.
The Eagles should have picked him up at cornerback. Pick 6's everywhere

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Proper Gander

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Feb 15, 2015
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So you’re saying he rips shirts off and then doesn’t immediately kick it out on the full?
Tomlinson is noted I understand for ripping all of his clothes off before hand balling to a team mate under pressure. It’s an unusual skill and rarely found through the more traditional channels.
 

Gysberts2Bate

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Jun 12, 2013
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Tomlinson is noted I understand for ripping all of his clothes off before hand balling to a team mate under pressure. It’s an unusual skill and rarely found through the more traditional channels.
If Dom Tyson had demonstrated such standards of bravura the coaching staff might have found more reason to keep him around.
 

AmericanAFL

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Tomlinson is noted I understand for ripping all of his clothes off before hand balling to a team mate under pressure. It’s an unusual skill and rarely found through the more traditional channels.
He may want to consider advancing the ball himself after he has stripped down. I suspect he will find quite a bit of room to run, given the circumstances.
 

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