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2 minutes ago, yanksman said:

The game he scored 18 was WITH Julio AND the new regime.

True but then the stinker last week. I may pick him up after the bye but I'm not sure he's a must start every week now.

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Thank goodness I have my QB1 Koo to offset my kicker Rodgers

I'd rather lose with the Koo then win without him.

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7 minutes ago, fantasyscholar said:

According to google, we're looking at 9 to 11 mph winds in Charlotte. Is that cause for concern?

 

http://www.nflweather.com/

 

I'm looking at this and compared to other games, the wind seems below average in comparison for this week's slate of games.  I'm more concerned with the rain+turf situation.  A muddy slick surface is far more worrisome to me vs a little wind.

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12 minutes ago, OdellBaconJr said:

is anyone outside or around the stadium how is the weather out there ? safe to roll out koo

 

Fox Pregame on.  Doesn't look like it is raining but field does look wet.  Not sure how soaked the turf is.  Hopefully we get a couple more looks.

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We are witnessing the second coming of  Adam “the Goat” Vinateri. The dude reincarnated as Koo. Coincidence that the year Vinateri leaves and falls off of the face of the earth to never be heard of again is the same time King Koo emerges as an all world talent?!? I think not.... Them Space Jam aliens are real!

Just as the weather bowed down to Vinateri over those decades, so shall the wind and rain bow down to Lord Koo-manchew.

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5 minutes ago, csv2209 said:

We are witnessing the second coming of  Adam “the Goat” Vinateri. The dude reincarnated as Koo. Coincidence that the year Vinateri leaves and falls off of the face of the earth to never be heard of again is the same time King Koo emerges as an all world talent?!? I think not.... Them Space Jam aliens are real!

Just as the weather bowed down to Vinateri over those decades, so shall the wind and rain bow down to Lord Koo-manchew.

Set.And.For-Get

 

LESS GOOOOOOOOOOOOO KOOTHULHU!

 

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The short story that first mentions Cthulhu, "The Call of Cthulhu", was published in Weird Tales in 1928 and established the character as a malevolent entity, hibernating within R'lyeh, an underwater city in the South Pacific. The imprisoned Cthulhu is apparently the source of constant subconscious anxiety for all mankind, and is also the object of worship, both by a number of human cults (including in New Zealand, Greenland, Louisiana, and the Chinese mountains) and by other Lovecraftian monsters (called Deep Ones[11] and Mi-Go[12]). The short story asserts the premise that, while currently trapped, Cthulhu will eventually return. His worshippers chant "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" ("In his house at R'lyeh, dead Cthulhu waits dreaming.").[10]

Lovecraft conceived a detailed genealogy for Cthulhu (published as "Letter 617" in Selected Letters)[1] and made the character a central reference in his works.[13] The short story "The Dunwich Horror" (1928)[14] refers to Cthulhu, while "The Whisperer in Darkness" (1930) hints that one of his characters knows the creature's origins ("I learned whence Cthulhu first came, and why half the great temporary stars of history had flared forth.").[12] The 1931 novella At the Mountains of Madness refers to the "star-spawn of Cthulhu", who warred with another race called the Elder Things before the dawn of man.[15]

August Derleth, a correspondent of Lovecraft, used the creature's name to identify the system of lore employed by Lovecraft and his literary successors: the Cthulhu Mythos. In 1937, Derleth wrote the short story "The Return of Hastur", and proposed two groups of opposed cosmic entities:

the Old or Ancient Ones, the Elder Gods, of cosmic good, and those of cosmic evil, bearing many names, and themselves of different groups, as if associated with the elements and yet transcending them: for there are the Water Beings, hidden in the depths; those of Air that are the primal lurkers beyond time; those of Earth, horrible animate survivors of distant eons.[16]:256

According to Derleth's scheme, "Great Cthulhu is one of the Water Elementals" and was engaged in an age-old arch-rivalry with a designated air elemental, Hastur the Unspeakable, described as Cthulhu's "half-brother".[16]:256, 266

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