Cut & Paste Comments

  In preparation for next week’s draft, I wanted to make things as simple as possible for all you die-hards ready to sound off after the first pick.

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In preparation for next week’s draft, I wanted to make things as simple as possible for all you die-hards ready to sound off after the first pick.

 

 

 

 

 

As soon as the pick comes in, the comment sections will start blowing up. Some of you will be busy (or too drunk) to think of a comment on your own. That in mind, I have assembled some comments for you to cut-and-paste immediately following the first pick. They are broken down by personality, so just find yours, hit copy, and let her rip.

 

The Other Teamer

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You are a rival fan, shortly after your team picked up a big time name the Packers passed on. This is a great comment if you are browsing the comment sections of the other teams in the division. Since you will only be leaving one comment and never returning, this should suffice as a timeless piece for all websites you visit.

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“I can’t believe ol’ Teddy passed on (insert big name here) for (insert unknown draft pick here). I hope you like seeing Aaron Rogers on his butt all season. Way to go FUDGEPACKERS!!!”

 

The Analyzer

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Every comment you leave is well thought out and in your eyes perfect. You know what you’re talking about and your comments are often twice as long as the actual article. You live for discussion, and are always armed with the facts.

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“I really understand your frustration at this point, but you see, if you would have gone back to (insert popular sports writer link here)’s article, you would notice (and I would know) that your logic is completely inconsistent. Here are some of the details of Ted’s thought process in the situation and I’ll fill you in a little bit on some of the finer…”

 

Favre Guys

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Um… yeah, I think this is pretty self-explanatory.

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“Ted Thompson would not have needed to make this move if he had treated a legend like he should have been. Brett Favre didn’t need good players around him, that’s why he was BRETT FAVRE. I still can’t believe Thompson treated him this way, and I hope Mr. 6-10 likes being unemployed.”

 

The Realist

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You see everything in hindsight, and want people to know that you can never judge a book by its cover.

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“I see all you armchair quarterbacks are judging this pick already. Come on. Isn’t it a little bit early to start calling winners and losers? No one thought that Donald Driver was going to be anything when he got picked either. Look how that turned out.”

 

The Spammer

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The Secret Agent

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You are here for one reason and one reason only, to have the last word. You may wait around until most of the argument has died down, just do you can leave that one comment that will undoubtedly change the course of history.

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“your a $&#%”

 

The Troll

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No definition needed

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“TED THOMPSON SUCKS #$%^@!!!! HAVE FUN ENJOYING ANOTHER SEASON WITH LOOSER TIGHTWAD TEDDY. TED THOMPSON EATS #$&%2 TED THOMPSON EATS #$%^#

 

The I’ve Been Saying This For Years Guy

You aren’t surprised at all. You have been trying to tell us this was coming all along. You know more, watch more, and are just generally smarter than everyone else.

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“I think I’ve been pretty clear on my support of Thompson and his method of building his roster. Go look at my (enter post) from the other day. I’ve been saying along that I think we should be take (insert draft pick here). He is a great addition, and definitely Packer people”

 

The We Should Have Traded For Peppers Guy

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You have said it from the start of the off-season. Julius Peppers should be a Green Bay Packer at any cost. You waited for this moment in hopes that Ted Thompson would actually make a blockbuster trade for a quality player.

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“This is total bull. Once again Ted Thompson shows that he is afraid to make a splash outside of the draft. We easily could have taken this pick and perhaps a third, and traded to Carolina for Peppers a PROVEN player instead of taking a gamble on somebody who never has taken a snap in the NFL. We could have had Moss too. Can you imagine Moss and Peppers? This team would be unstoppable."

 

The Defender

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You will go to any lengths to defend Ted Thompson. It doesn’t matter what anyone thinks or says, Ted Thompson has made the right decision.

“I’d like to see you do any better. Ted Thompson has stuck to his philosophy and put together a solid team of players. So put your reservations aside. Acknowledge the good things Ted Thompson has done and hope he repeats those performances. Don’t hope to be “wrong” and have Ted do well. Root for him and hope to be “right!”

 

Did I miss any?

 

(Stay Tuned)

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IronMan's picture

April 20, 2009 at 11:32 pm

LOL at the "I’ve Been Saying This For Years Guy"

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Asshalo's picture

April 20, 2009 at 11:58 pm

redonkulously funny.

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nameless's picture

April 21, 2009 at 12:07 am

Brilliant! I think you've covered them all.

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IronMan's picture

April 21, 2009 at 03:27 am

The Defender aka the..

"Ted Thompson is never wrong; and if you question him you are not a true Packers fan guy"

"Look, Thompson knows what he is doing. Unlike you, he does this for a living. You can question Harrell now, but don't jump back on the bandwagon when he makes the Pro Bowl. Go root for the Vikings."

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Alex Tallitsch's picture

April 21, 2009 at 07:20 am

LOL

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elmo's picture

April 21, 2009 at 10:43 am

Great post, Ironman...

I call that the "TT Nuttlicker's Argument"...or the "Trom....well...you know he is...argument!

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Alex Tallitsch's picture

April 21, 2009 at 10:47 am

That actually is pretty funny elmo.

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Greg C.'s picture

April 21, 2009 at 05:47 am

So good it's almost scary. Let me guess: You spend a lot of time on the Internet, don't you, Alex?

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Alex Tallitsch's picture

April 21, 2009 at 07:20 am

You think?

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Andyman's picture

April 21, 2009 at 06:38 am

Very solid.

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Aaron's picture

April 21, 2009 at 07:30 am

This post is absurd.

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MrBacon's picture

April 21, 2009 at 09:03 am

How about, The Greg Jennings Contract Extension Freakout Guy.

"Ted Thompson was able to draft Crabtree with our 9th pick, that so awesome. You know what other WR was drafted by Thompson, Greg Jennings, and you know what HE STILL HASN'T GOTTEN A CONTRACT EXTENSION! DAMNIT TED THOMPSON DO SOMETHING!"

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Alex Tallitsch's picture

April 21, 2009 at 09:13 am

Good addition, definitely a must have comment.

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Asshalo's picture

April 21, 2009 at 11:47 am

http://www.packers.com/news/releases/2009/04/20/2/

well played, ted. I'm a big critic of his and I'm happy with this response because even though some people like me are worried, he sure as hell shouldn't be,
"(With your approach to free agency, is it fair to say you have less margin for error in the draft when it's the biggest way you build your team?)
I've never said that it's not. The draft is the biggest way you build a team, and I think it's the best way to build a team for the long run, because you have a draft every year, and you can work at it that way. But, having said that, I still think free agency is a marvelous tool to address specific needs that you think you might have.

(But do you think the margin for error is any less because you don't do as much in free agency?)
I haven't thought of it in those terms. I'm sure if you think it is, then it is.

(So you don't look at it like that?)
I don't look at it like that. I think the draft is very important, and it's important whether you're active in free agency or not active in free agency. It's an investment in the future of your team. "

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retiredgrampa's picture

April 21, 2009 at 01:59 pm

I'm always surprised that people STILL expect a straight answer from Thompson. No one will ever pin him down.

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Asshalo's picture

April 21, 2009 at 02:42 pm

That's universal with any GM though. They're never going to reveal their cards whether they're effective or not. I just appreciate the slight tension between him and the press and the way he composed himself.

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Andyman's picture

April 21, 2009 at 08:28 pm

<blockquote cite="comment-3072">

<strong><a href="#comment-3072" rel="nofollow">retiredgrampa</a></strong>: I’m always surprised that people STILL expect a straight answer from Thompson. No one will ever pin him down.

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That man is like an iron lockbox. I hear he is going to be at the draft party on Saturday, so I will see if I can get something out of him, haha.

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SamLaur's picture

September 10, 2020 at 09:09 pm

Hey thats an awesome post

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SamLaur's picture

September 10, 2020 at 09:09 pm

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