#PackersDaily: That's more like it

Aaron chats with Packers fans worldwide the morning after the team's win over the Lions on Monday Night Football.

Earlier today, I held my Packers chat over on our YouTube channel talking all things Green and Gold. 

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Turophile's picture

September 21, 2021 at 01:42 pm

Nags, one thing few people talk about are the coaches. It really needs someone fairly close to the Packers to get a feel for the better team coaches and the not-so-good ones. Someone with a wide circle of friends and acquaintances who are all (relatively) close to the team day by day.

Maybe at some time you (or someone you know) can rank the coaches under La Fleur, best to worst in your/their opinion.

PS Loved your funky intro, so I had to Shazaam it. Nicholas Waddington and 'Funkin Donuts'. Nice.

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Packerfansupreme's picture

September 21, 2021 at 02:54 pm

I would love to see that article

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Spock's picture

September 21, 2021 at 03:04 pm

Turophile, We disagree about that music big time (hated Disco when it came out: I was just out of college and thought it was the worst music ever. I was wrong. Rap came along. That, IMHO, is not music in any way, shape, or form.) Fortunately, I can just mouse past the intro until I see Nags smiling face to avoid the intro. Musical tastes as well as cheese tastes vary. Always, enjoy your comments as a turophile (cheese lover) across the pond. Stay safe in these crazy times my friend.
Interesting idea about rating coaches but I suspect Nags wants to keep his press pass :)

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Turophile's picture

September 23, 2021 at 09:44 am

I suspect we disagree on music less than you imagine. I used to love that was erroneously called Krautrock, but is really more electronic than anything (see Tangerine Dream, Neu, Kraftwerk).
.............and yes I don't like rap very much. I do like rock, not the thrash side of it, but LedZep, Jeff Beck and Tool do good stuff and the Stones, while ancient now, have a great catalogue.

I also liked the complexity of some prog rock (a few of the songs of Yes, and less well known artists like Gentle Giant and the self-titled first album of 'If').

Whatever our respective music tastes thank you for the kind words.

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