Playoff Game Day 2 – The Electric Boogaloo

All revved up, and too much time before game time! 16 hours and counting. I still feel pretty good about the Niners heading for their 6th appearance in the holiest of holies, SUPER BOWL XLVIII!!!!!  Not sure if I have the Roman numerals right. Not sure how I’ll sleep tonight. Got the same gang of friends coming over, so we’re going to let it ride. Beer, steaks, maybe kill the morning replacing the lower tranverse link in my daughter’s car.  Heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!

Other than that BRING IT ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Super Bowl time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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531 Responses to Playoff Game Day 2 – The Electric Boogaloo

  1. barleyfreak says:

    Fuckin’ A, fuckin’ B, fuckin’ CDE, we’re goin’ to the Super Bowl. Shit god damn but this feels good!

  2. Winder says:

    I am just a fucking wreck.What a great win for the team and Organization. I love it that Gore finally gets his shot, what a gamer he’s been for us. Gotta love the way Kappy’s arm looked today.

  3. Alleykat says:

    Shut Atlanta out in the 2nd half!!!
    Bet Harbaugh’s half time speech to the defense was. epic!!!!

  4. Spitblood says:

    Kaep is legit. Oh, you want to take the run away from Kaep? He’ll beat you with his arm and hand the ball off to the running back. What are you gonna do about it?

  5. Bozo says:


    Ravens, Pats? I don’t care. Number Six, that’s what I’m talking about.

  6. 12th man says:

    Hahahhahhahahahahahahahahahahah fuckers! Forty Fuckin Niners Baby!

  7. 12th man says:

    Tight game won by the best team in football. Colin Kaepernick is money…6th Lombardi is in transit.

  8. Del Mar Dennis says:

    How cute is this?

    We’re going to the Super Bowl!!!


      Del Mar Dennis

      Where’s Peyton Manning?

      • Del Mar Dennis says:

        After today’s game, you have the audacity, temerity and unmitigated gall to ask that question? If you’ve been paying attention, since the BRONCOS lost last week, I’ve let that schtick go. Now’s not the time to argue that question. Time to soaked in our great comeback victory today.

    • twinfan1 says:

      Her parents should be sentenced to her living with them forever. Why do do people do that to their children?

    • barleyfreak says:

      holy shit dennis, that was fuckin’ golden. exaltate deo.

  9. twinfan1 says:

    As with the other Super Bowl appearances, almost as important than the team being there is that I have two more weeks before I take the Christmas decorations down.

  10. Del Mar Dennis says:

    I gain more and more respect for Jed York each and every time I see him. Go back and check the comments when he was anointed, I called him “Eddie Jr. Jr.” Jed’s trying his darnedest to make uncle Eddie proud. Uncle Ed is already proud. Time to give uncle Eddie a sixth Super Bowl ring. He deserves it.

    • Bozo says:

      “Time to give uncle Eddie a sixth Super Bowl ring. He deserves it.” And so do wheeeeee my friend.

      • Del Mar Dennis says:

        Abso-fucking-lutely, my friend. Our Niners are going to the Super Bowl. That leaves me damn near speechless. Except for this…

        FUCK YOU BOZO!!!

  11. Del Mar Dennis says:

    I HATE Ray Lewis with a passion. Him making another Super Bowl would be akin to O.J. playing another round of golf so he could look for “The real killers.”

    This just in: our justice system would make for a great “Caddyshack” or “Naked Gun” movie. One laugh riot after another…

    • barleyfreak says:

      the only thing more ridiculous than Ray Ray’s post game genuflecting moment was the extended butt crack shot of him doing so.

  12. unca_chuck says:

    Yeah, babay!!!!!!!!!!!!! Been habinbg with friends abn dain;t had a chance to post, but mother fuickin AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!”

    Super bowl. bitches!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  13. unca_chuck says:

    Too many guys to kudo. I KNEW Nolan was going to over ommit to Kappy’s running. whivch opened up the passes to VD. Afvter the 17 itwas easy. but oit could have been eaqsier……

  14. 12th man says:

    49er fan stabbed a Falcons fan after being punched in the face after the game.

  15. Del Mar Dennis says:

    Anyone else having a problem with the realization that our Niners are in the Super Bowl? For a nervous wreck like myself, it takes awhile to sink in. And just when it does, we’ll be kicking off in SB XLVII. Calm one set of nerves, and light a fire to another. I love it. I was raised on football that way. HIT SOMEBODY!!!

    #QuestForSix #GoNiners

    • Bozo says:

      DMD, I’m going to NOLA the week after for Mardi Gras. Right now I’m a wreck about maybe going a week early and spending whatever little money I have for the SB. Or, just go to a local bar. Or, stay home and pace through the whole game.
      Right now I’m a mess, but also, one motherfucking happy Clown.

  16. Spitblood says:

    When the 49ers play the Patriots in the Super Bowl, they need to be ready for the Patriots’ short game. Brady loves to go QB sneak over the top. But in this game, Brady lined up to do that and the Ravens were ready with a LB over the top. Brady shifted back to shotgun and looked to be audibling and then they snapped the ball to Woodhead who picked up the first down. First off, Brady can go hard count, looking to draw you off. Then Brady can sneak it. Now Brady can have the ball snapped to the RB. The 49ers need to be ready for the Patriots’ short game.

    Interesting that the 49ers were a 3 pt favorite, then in the end, the line moved to 4.5. If you got in on the action early, you won. If you waited, you lost. Good things do not come to those who wait.

    • Del Mar Dennis says:

      Huh? If you got in early on the Niners at -3, and then waited until the line floated up to 4.5 and sided with the Falcons, you MIDDLED those mooks. “Middled Mooks.” That’s the worst insult you could ever give a Vegas odds maker. Trust me.

  17. unca_chuck says:

    The Pats ain’t winning this game. They are getting nbeaten up front. Balt wins this.

  18. 12th man says:

    AJ Jenkins didn’t play, they chose to put Hall in instead, a guy they just brought up from the practice squad yesterday. Hall dropped the only pass thrown at him, a third down play.

  19. Flavor says:

    I’m really loving the possibility of the *great* Joe Flacco beating the unbeatable Tom Brady (in Brady’s house).
    I went to a buddy’s house to watch the game–same dude who I watched the 2010 NLCS with. It worked again.
    I didn’t sit for the entire 2nd half.
    And I have text proof that I didn’t sweat that 17 point lead even a little bit–I might blog about it tomorrow at the flap.
    Or not.
    I was dating Ann Marie the last time we went to the SB? Shit, where has time gone? I don’t care right now, I’m living in the moment and I’m so proud of this team for somehow winning this game…….

  20. unca_chuck says:

    I was confident until;Crabs fumbled at the 1/2 yard line. Even with the Akers fuckup. After that it was a crapshoot. Fucking amazing game. The refs gave Atl that 3rd and 2 call, but didn’t call the 4th and 4.

    • Flavor says:

      i definitely blew a gasket when Crabs fumbled but I didn’t lose faith. I was way more pissed off about Akers missing that field goal.
      I’m looking forward to reading today’s earlier comments about that fun moment, lol

  21. unca_chuck says:

    Chad Hall? I missed that entirely. Whatever, Either guy doesn’t mean shit. Aj can fade away to palookaville.

  22. twinfan1 says:

    Flacco actually has been great in the postseson thus far. If it’s Niners/Ravens it will be the two QBs who been the best in the playoffs so far. Flacco had a very good postseason last year, too.

  23. 12th man says:

    That may well be it for the Pats.

  24. unca_chuck says:

    I gained some respect for Atlanta, as little as I knew about them coming into this, But in the end? Fuck ’em. Fuck Teflkon Mike and the spy LB that freed up VD allover the place,.

    SUPER BOWL, MOTHERFUCKERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  25. unca_chuck says:

    I saw that #14 and was, huh? Who the fuck?

  26. twinfan1 says:

    That was no HOF series, however.

  27. unca_chuck says:

    Ryan’s a solid QB. I like our chances against Flacco than Brady.

  28. Flavor says:

    I don’t give a single fuck who we play. Both teams are beatable. I’m just gonna sit back and bask as well as I can for this time of year.
    We are back to our rightful place in the post season. Seeing Eddie D give the trophy to his sister?

  29. Rab says:

    Brady is finished as an elite QB and NE is done as a top team. Next year, hello 9-7.

  30. Grumpy Guy says:

    I never expected NE to win. Yes, Brady is a great QB, but NE is soft. The Ravens are more like us: they inflict pain. The Pats aren’t a team that does well with that.

    The Super Bowl is going to be one vicious, no holds barred, motherfucking rumble.

  31. 2Fold says:

    Every .

  32. Irish Kevin says:

    So Mr. And Mrs. Harbaugh who are you rooting for in the SB…Mr. H, “well you know Jim and John have always been competitive, even as Kids”. Mrs.H “well Johnny already has a ring, so…

  33. Del Mar Dennis says:

    Ray Lewis is a phony preaching son of a bitch. Fuck him and the God he worships.
    I’d like to take a wet sack of mice to both of their faces…

  34. twinfan1 says:

    OMG. Where does this rabble come from ?

    • twinfan1 says:

      That was about 2Fold but… well. Disgusting.

      • Del Mar Dennis says:

        Call it what you wish. But I just watched, “Cinderella” last night for the umpteenth time…
        “A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes.”

        My heart desires each and every syllable against Ray Lewis and his Ravens.
        I’ll see them all in hell.
        Go Niners!!!

  35. twinfan1 says:

    And the Mumbler was his usual classless self.

  36. Del Mar Dennis says:

    Are you kidding me? I have TWO weeks to come up with new material for “Ray Ray” and his ” Purple Rain?”
    God and I will fuck you up. This is the Goddamn motherfuckin’ Super Bowl. Sacred went out the window when we beat the Packers in the divisional round. “There Will Be Blood.” Hide the women and children.

    • Gropo says:

      Watch some Downtown Abbey and settle down. 😉

      • Del Mar Dennis says:

        Close. I’m a HUGE PBS fan, but my favorite show is “Sherlock.” I think most know that I watch quite a bit of TV and the Big Screen, but that show, without a doubt, is atop my list. They’ve only produced 6 shows, but the audience deserves more. Much more.
        Benedict Cumberpatch? Winning.

  37. phil fan says:

    12th Man is alone at the top of the heap with 9 wins. Alleykat, Nipper and Grumpy have 8. The rest of us have 7 or less winning calls. Man fucks up in the SB and Nip, Grump, Kat could ties him… As mentioned Twin and Shaman had the 4 point spread nailed

  38. twinfan1 says:

    Well, it will be closer still in 2 weeks… 3 or less. I have it 17-16 Niners but I’m hating how the kicker deal has been handled. It was way late before they brought in competitors. Anybody remember that guy who was working at a bar like a week before the Falcons signed him and he kicked 5 FGs or so to win a MNF game? Must have been 20-25 years ago. If he’s sober,get him.If he’s not, there’s two weeks to get him sober. What a story! Shaky codger drills 50 yarder to win it. They count on the bounce, don’t they?

  39. Spitblood says:

    I’m surprised the Ravens beat the Patriots in Foxborough. But in the second half, it was all Ravens. And that’s even with the wind blowing like crazy, affecting Flacco’s deep passes. The Patiots aren’t who I thought they were, and Ray Ray didn’t let ’em off the hook.

    • Grumpy Guy says:

      Flacco has grown as a passer over the years, and is better than people realize. Their defense is basically our defense: as subtle as a punch in the face. The Pats are soft by comparison. This Super Bowl will be a fucking knife fight in a phone booth. Last man standing wins.

  40. unca_chuck says:

    IT’s all about the line. The Niners slowly took over winning the battle at the line. Balt is much stronger at the point of attack than NE. Ergo Balt’s win. Super Bowl? I give the edge to the Niners QB. Flacco is good. Kappy goes all the way. Both these teams are maulers up front but again, I gove the edge to the Niner QB.

  41. unca_chuck says:

    Nice job 12th. I’m at 7, along with a bunch of others. 7-3 ain’t too shabby though. I’ll be 8-3 in 2 weeks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  42. twinfan1 says:

    I don’t think I’ve heard any studio guy call out a coach the way Sharpe did.. Good stuff, Shannon- and dead on…

  43. unca_chuck says:

    If it comes down to Akers, I’ll fucking die before the kick flies.

  44. unca_chuck says:

    It’s pretty funny going back and reading the early posts. Not that I wasn;’t worried, but after the 17 points were put up, I knew all we needed was a drive and a stop. This is where I was happy to see Harbaugh stick with the run game. The TD the Niners gave up at the half was fucked up, but at least we showed we could score onAtl’s defense. This game was definitely tough on the DBs. Even when the Niners got some pressure, Ryan was able to complete passes for 1st downs.

    Is Flacco better? Do they run better? I don;t think so. But Atlanta was surely better than I thought at the point of attack. They handled our pass rush, and blocked well enough for Ryan to hit his reads. Again, though, I think our defense is much stronger than NE’s and we should be able to slow Balt down enough for our offense to take over in the end.

    Bro Bowl, indeed.

  45. Winder says:

    Stop Ray Rice and we win.

  46. unca_chuck says:

    I think the Niners have beaten the best QB in the league in Rodgers, and the best WR tandem in the league in Jones and White. Flacco ain’;t Rodgers, and Bouldin is good, but I think we can stop him. RIce? I like our ability to stop any RB.

  47. unca_chuck says:

    It’s funny thsat all these talking heads don;t get how teams that play man are able to key on VD at the expense of Crabs, and the Kappy scrambles. I figured VD has the game he did because Atl plays zone. and they would do a good job of taking Crabs out.

  48. Grumpy Guy says:

    With these teams (49ers and Ravens), both want to run, to get some big plays in the air, and beat the holy fuck out of you with their defense. I think we are *slightly* better, but it’s close. They weren’t right much of the year with Suggs and Lewis hobbled but that’s over. I’ll make my call now – a very close game, but we’ll squeak through. 28-27, 49ers.

  49. unca_chuck says:

    Like I said earlier, if it comes down to Akers, just shoot me.

  50. unca_chuck says:

    I think if it’s even reasonably close, Harbaugh goes for it on anything under 4th and 7 from inside the 35 yard line. Fucking Akers is left every goddamn kick.

  51. Spitblood says:

    Just watched the game a second time. Aldon Smith’s pass rush was taken out of the game because he was jamming Gonzo. I don’t know if I like that strategy. It reminds me of Mike SIngletary saying he wanted to see Brian Westbrook pass block better. Go with your strength. But Aldon did look strong when rushing the passer, and Dennis Pita isn’t Gonzo – although Pita is good. Aldon should be good to go for the Super Bowl. He needs to pin his ears back and rock Flacco.

  52. Nipper says:

    In conclusion………some you guys were both ridiculous and amusing when you were posting early in the game. Never post bad stuff when watching the game. Anyway it’s entertaining looking at these comments.

  53. Berger says:

    Nothing could be finer than to be a 49er in the Super Bowl!

  54. 12th man says:

    Sando makes me sick. He is supposed to be the NFC West bullshitter for ESPN, in reality he is a Squawks fan who covers the other 3 teams to get paid. He was the Squawks beat writer for 7 years before taking the ESPN gig.
    This is his big story today so far

    On the day the NINERS went to the SB he manages to get his Squawks into his big story.

    He was the only ESPN bullshitter to rate Squawks over Niners when the playoffs began, the other 7 had the Niners rated higher.

    That guy needs to figure out he serves all 4 West teams fan base and set his obvious bias to one side.

    OK, soap box moment over, now back to reading about our NFC Champion San Francisco Forty Niners in places that acknowledge their achievement.

  55. twinfan1 says:

    Well, a lot of people thought the Hawks would have been tougher for us than the Falcons, even though we’d be at home. That was wrong, of course. But who cares about Sando anyway? The Niners have been treated royally by the media everywhere, as they should be.

  56. Spitblood says:

    Just watched the game again. Colin Kaepernick is amazing. The best part of watching the game over is watching Kaep on the sidelines and you can actually tell what he’s saying. After the throw to Vernon for a TD he ran over to TD and said, “THAT’S HOW YOU PLAY!!!!! THAT’S HOW YOU PLAY!!!!! Then mid game he got up in T Brown’s grill, yelling, “Pull your side of it together.” Kaep was pissed and not backing down when getting in T Brown’s face.

    To me, that’s impressive. Kaep is putting guys in check who’ve been here for years. He’s taking over this team quickly, and it’s not like it’s false confidence. In the NFC Championship Kaep was a leader on the field and on the sidelines. Forget the throws (which were dynamite). Forget the running. Kaep is a leader on the field and off.

    Harbaugh was gushing after the game talking to Leslie Viser. He said, “Our qb just played a great game,” and Harbaugh’s right. A lot of that win is because of Colin Kaepernick, and not to beat an Alex Smith horse, but Alex Smith could never have overcome a 17 pt lead or a kicker who couldn’t hit water if he fell out of a boat. That’s why the qb is so important. To compete, and win Super Bowls, the qb can’t just “hold his own,” (which Smith never could even do that), but the qb needs to be amazing to help balance out the rest of the team’s deficiencies. And guess what? We now have an amazing quarterback.

    Colin Kaepernick and Jim Harbaugh could be the next Bill Walsh / Joe Montana combo in the NFL. And the way things look right now….. I’d bet (as long as Trent Baalke keeps drafting well) the combo wins three or four Super Bowls. Oh to be a Niner fan. How lucky are we?

  57. Going to be a hard fought game, a dogfight really = scratching, biting, kicking, pulling hair, screaming – and that’s just Mom and Dad!

  58. philippinefan says:

    Twin there are two contests right now 1) Predicting who will win various playoff games and 2) Season long weekly contest to predict the score and mainly the spread of the Niners games. We’re down to that last one now = Super Bowl scoring spread. You’re calling fer a one point Niner win, Grumpy I think has them winning by 2.

  59. twinfan1 says:

    Spitter, you were wrong about how both games would go to just be quiet. And the only thing we know about how the season and postseason would have proceeded with Smith is that the games would been different- no one knows what the outcome would have been So just STFU and enjoy the win without trashing a class act. Kap was great, celebrate that.

    • Spitblood says:

      Twin – You were wrong about Alex Smith his entire career. Class doesn’t win Super Bowls – ask Ray Lewis. And I was right about one game, wrong about the other. Last time I checked we weren’t betting the spread.

      Twin – did you see Alex Smith holding a clipboard on the sidelines yesterday. Warmed my heart.

    • twinfan1 says:

      Actually, the fact that he was in the league and playing in the NFC title game last year makes me, his Mom, and a guy in Chico the only people who *were* right about him.
      But this post is the truest thing Puddinghead has ever said, he nails both of you:
      “2:09 Spit, the fact that you and I think so much alike is scary on so many levels.
      i don’t give a shit. From one psychopath to another — did we kill David Akers yet? I hope his Mother dies of slow stomach cancer. Fuck this shit.”

  60. snarkk says:

    Kaep has only played in 9 or 10 games now. Think how this kid will improve and what skills he’ll have age 28-34. Plus, he basically has only one serviceable WR (Crabby). Niners have to pick another WR in their big draft this year, a big guy who can run. Manningham is back next year hopefully, and get another tight end with hands. Give Delanie Walker his wallking papers, he’ll probably drop ’em. AJ Jenkins has to be considered a bust. You have a totally empty WR closet, so you draft one in the first round, and he doesn’t even play his first season? There’s no way this guy will be much of an impact player. Baalke swung and missed on that one…

    • Spitblood says:

      I think Moss could play until he’s 40, and we definitely want Manningham back. Jenkins will be fine. We need a tight end, and, like you said, we need to dump Walker.

  61. philippinefan says:

    Ok Grumpy calling fer a 1 point Niner win 27-26. I have this stored on another computer and I’ll check the best call for the actual score in the Hawks game too Man

  62. Spitblood says:

    I was thoroughly unimpressed with Tom Brady last night. His first run before the end of the half was terrible clock management, and his high leg kick was south of fish tacos. But the one thing I really thought was weak was Brady’s scramble to the left on fourth down and he had the first if he just tried (all he had to do was out-run Nata), but instead Brady decided to just throw it up into the end zone to Lloyd instead of risking his body. Come on, man. That was the AFC Championship. Show a desire to risk your body for your team.

    I keep getting fooled by the Patriots. They play the Jets, Dolphins and Bills twice a year. That inflates their status, and CBS blows so much sunshine up Brady’s arse, it’s hard not to listen and be influenced by it…. but no more. Welker’s never won a Super Bowl. Brady is a has been. The AFC is weak. That’s not to say we don’t have a fight on our hands in the Super Bowl, because we do. But I’m done with the Patriots’ bandwagon.



      You go on and on before every game and write a novel on your analysis of the game.
      Then we have to listen to a bunch of excuses on how you were fooled.
      You are the fool blowing the sunshine.

  63. NoFear49er says:

    Says the guy with 25 screen names…

    Funny how the same assholes who never had a problem with name-calling and bashing anyone not in full-worship mode for Alex now demand everyone STFU about it or face the dreaded threat of banishment if Twinfan decides to put the hit out.

  64. twinfan1 says:

    I apologize, Spit and Fear. I forgot what a horrible day this is for you. A real daily double

    • Spitblood says:

      This is a great day. Colin Kaepernick is the next star in the NFL and he’s cemented Alex Smith’s journey out of SF. What’s not to like?

  65. Grumpy Guy says:

    So… is it psychotic venom time, then?

    • twinfan1 says:

      Nah, that was yesterday, Moms dying horrible deaths from cancer, Crabs raping the shit out of that girl… or is that good ole fashioned football talk? Sophisticated humor?

  66. Grumpy Guy says:

    Or if prefer this one…

    • unca_chuck says:

      Yer killin’ me Grump. Sadly, I remember when this somg came out. ’75? ’76?

      NoFear, Twin decides nothing here. I do. Assholes are banned. You and your consipracy theories are fine and dandy, but don’t pretend that Twin pulls the levers. Or pretend away. I could give a fuck.

  67. twinfan1 says:

    With a few notable exceptions, the comments yesterday were cordial enough., although it’s always amusing to see the idiots bailing on their team as soon as things go poorly. But you folks need to call out this crap like the Aker’s comment from the site mascot. Even Chuck congratulated the fan who stabbed a guy.
    And Fear- leave your paranoia in Room B. I don’t control anything here. It’s allllllll Chuck.

    • NoFear49er says:

      fan1, it’s just a little difficult to not notice you call for Chuck to muzzle Spitblood and then he threatens to ban him. But whatever, it’s not my concern who dances to whose tune, just the idea that you like to be a bully then hide behind Chuck’s skirt that bothers me I suppose.

  68. philippinefan says:

    The symptoms of psychotic venom are coming, beware. Me I prefer the good old fashioned dementia love fest myself

  69. NoFear49er says:

    fan1, next you’ll be saying how happy you are that Kaep is the quarterback Alex never was. Alex is happy, too. He might be negotiating his next contract with a ring he never would have had he not been benched, “through no fault of his own” except for the minor problem of not being a very good pro QB. Before you tell everyone to SFTU about Alex maybe a little humble pie is in order. As hard as you try to blow your own horn, your opinion stinks as much, if not more, as anyone’s.

    On the guns, it makes about as much sense as anything the Kenyan’s done. All show, no go. Let’s make a big deal about banning the weapons responsible for less death than fists. Make it “for the children” like Hitler wrote. And let the insane wackos carrying the water in the school system suspending kindergarteners for two weeks for threating to shoot another kid with a plastic toy bubble gun. That’ll fix it.

    • twinfan1 says:

      As I said, that Alex was even in the league last year and in the NFC title game makes you and your wacko kind dead wrong about him. As far as your Chuckie paranoia, you don’t pay attention- I get more shit from him than even the worst of the bigots that apparently rule here. So yeah, Spit should SFTU as should anyone who can say “I hope Crabs raped the shit outta that woman and got his money’s worth”..THAT’s the crap that rules here…
      The stuff you love.

    • twinfan1 says:

      And check your time line,moron. Chuck threatened to ban Spittle Saturday before I posted anything. And he should have.

      • Nipper says:


      • NoFear49er says:

        twinfan1 says:

        January 17, 2013 at 9:05 pm

        Chuckles, try to control Spit.
        If this guy is going to start again, you miight as well blow up your blog now. Handle him before it get’s out of hand.Please.

        ‘Nuff said.

      • twinfan1 says:

        Yeah, I did forget that I was pissed that your slimeball buddy was going at it again. You fucks should not be welcome in this country, let alone this blog.

      • twinfan1 says:

        A 30.06 can down a fucking elephant. What do you need an assault weapon for? How many rounds you need in your clip? That’s mighty fucking suspicious I’d say anyone who wants the right to an assault weapon *should* have their guns seized. .

      • Grumpy Guy says:

        Fortunately, our Founding Fathers and the Constitution says otherwise. And said opinion has been upheld by the Supreme Court.

      • Grumpy Guy says:

        Also, if it’s a .30-06 it sure as hell ain’t an “assault weapon”. Assault rifles use smaller rounds so as to controllable on full auto.


      • Grumpy Guy says:


        “Some have made the argument, bordering on the frivolous, that only those arms in existence in the 18th century are protected by the Second Amendment. We do not interpret constitutional rights that way. Just as the First Amendment protects modern forms of communications, e.g., Reno v. American Civil Liberties Union, 521 U. S. 844, 849 (1997), and the Fourth Amendment applies to modern forms of search, e.g., Kyllo v. United States, 533 U. S. 27, 35–36 (2001), the Second Amendment extends, prima facie, to all instruments that constitute bearable arms, even those that were not in existence at the time of the founding.”

      • twinfan1 says:

        I never said a 30.06 is an assault weapon, the point was that idiot shouldn’t need an aasault weapon to go hunting. If he’s hunting animals, that is..And the Supreme Court decision appears perfectly consistent with many of the policy options being discussed after the shootings in Newtown, Conn.

      • Grumpy Guy says:

        There is no legal reason why all firearms *should* be for hunting. Those who founded the country absolutely recognized the need for weapons for self defense. Perhaps you think you know better than they did. You will find less than universal agreement with that premise, however.

      • twinfan1 says:

        GG has selected one passage in the decision. Probably the only he’s read, to be kind to him.
        “”We also recognize another important limitation on the right to keep and carry arms. Miller (an earlier case) said, as we have explained, that the sorts of weapons protected

      • twinfan1 says:

        They’ve upheld the right to posess a gun in your home for self protection. Besides what I noted above, there are many restrictions in the ruling. But hey, let’s have a look at what the wackos like Fear REALLY think

      • NoFear49er says:

        Hey Grumpy,

        You’re on a roll, a sometimes side-splitting role at that.

        But on the caliber, the weight of the ammo has more to do with it. Because if you’re in need of an actual assault weapon you’ll need plenty. I remember having brought a BAR on a few jaunts across the fence and that I was glad to be humping the gun and not the ammo. I liked that old WWII grease gun, too.

        Even the AR-15s’ .223 ammo added up when you had to choose between rice and more than the 14 mags in the standard load.

        Any of it doesn’t matter much because the second amendment was never about hunting or what some nutcase decides you need to defend yourself.

      • Grumpy Guy says:

        Understood NoFear. Getting into different loads and ammo is a level of complexity that some folks are just not going to be able to follow.

        This is interesting too:

        Comment by Don Kates
        Kates is recognized as one of the
        to Second Amendment authorities

        My friend Jim Wolfe has written me asking my opinion of an article
        by someone named Thom Hartmann who thinks the Second Amendment was
        invented by Southern slave- holders to allow them to arm militias to
        suppress slave revolts.

        Google informs me that Mr. Hartmann’s historical expertise consists
        in his being a radio talk show host. His comments on the Second
        Amendment represent a new apex in historical ignorance. Our Founding
        Fathers believed in the importance of everyone having access to arms
        because that was a mainstay of liberal political philosophy in the 18th
        Century. The Founders views on the value of the right to arms began with
        Aristotle whom they revered as the font of liberal political thought.
        [For instance, Aristotle, POLITICS 218 (J. Sinclair trans., 1962): free
        government exalts an armed people, but oligarchies and tyrants “mistrust
        the people and therefore deprive them of their arms.”] It is perhaps
        necessary to inform Mr. Hartmann that Aristotle was not an 18th Century
        American southerner.

        The same view was enunciated by Englishmen up to and including Sir
        Walter Raleigh who asserted that a tyrant acts “To unarm his people, and
        store up their weapons, under pretense of keeping them safe….” [8 W.
        (Oxford, 1829).] For Mr. Hartmann’s benefit, let me point out that
        Raleigh’s comments pre-dated American slavery. Indeed they
        predated English settlements in America.

        A modern historian notes that “Renaissance theorists as dissimilar
        as Nicholas Macchiavelli and Sir Thomas Moore, Thomas Hobbes and James
        Harrington [shared] a consensus that only men willing and able to defend
        themselves could possibly preserve their liberties.”; [and that] the
        theme of arms possession as both the hallmark and the ultimate guarantee
        of personal liberty appears equally in the writings of Cicero, Locke and

        Statements lauding the right to arms and popular possession of arms
        as basic to free government were common to the liberal
        political philosophers known to the Founders e.g., Grotius, Locke,
        Montesquieu, Blackstone, DeLolme and Beccaria, among many others. For
        Mr. Hartmann’s benefit I should point out that none of these European
        philosophers were slave-holders – or Southerners or even Americans.
        Grotius was a 17th Century Dutchman, Locke was a 17th-18th Century
        Englishman, Montesquieu and DeLolme were 18th Century Frenchman,
        Blackstone was an 18th Century Englishman and Beccaria was an 18th
        Century Italian. None of their pronouncements were focused on America
        nor did they have any interest in defending slavery in America or
        elsewhere. What they said about the importance of everyone having access
        to arms were virtual truisms to the liberal philosophers of their era.

        Now lets talk about American advocates of the right to arms. For the
        Founding Fathers and the philosophers they revered, the right of
        ordinary people to arms was a precept of liberal political thought.1 A
        comment by an anonymous late 18th Century American expresses what
        appears to have been a well nigh universal 18th Century American view:
        In free governments “there is not the slightest difficulty or jealousy
        about putting arms into the hands of every man in the country.”2

        A recently published 300+ page volume offers scores of such quotes from
        statesmen of every important segment of late 18th Century American
        opinion – from North and South akike.3 [Stephen Halbrook, THE FOUNDERS’

        JOEL BARLOW a late 18th Century American poet and diplomat from
        Connecticut published a pamphlet which was among the earliest works
        arguing for abolition of slavery. He also wrote a pamphlet lecturing
        Europeans on how and why a free society like America encouraged its
        people to be armed.

        THOMAS JEFFERSON’s model for a state constitution guaranteed: “No free
        man shall ever be debarred the use of arms.”4 Of course he was a
        Southern slave holder, but if that was a factor in Jefferson’s advocacy
        of an armed society he forgot to mention it.

        ROGER SHERMAN endorsed “the privilege of every citizen, and one of his
        most essential rights, to bear arms, and to resist every attack on his
        liberty and property, by whomsoever made.”5 Sherman, who was not a
        slaveholder, was from Connecticut which he represented in the Senate
        until his death in 1791.

        JAMES MADISON, assured Americans that they could not be tyrannized by
        the new federal government “because of the advantage of being armed,
        which the Americans possess over the people of almost every other
        nation.”6 Madison was a Southerner but his endorsement of an armed
        people was a truism among 18th Century American whether slave-holders or

        SAM ADAMS proposed an alternative guarantee of the right to arms: “the
        said constitution [shall] be never construed … to prevent the people
        of the United States who are peaceable citizens, from keeping their own
        arms.”7 Adams, who was not a slaveholder, was from Massachusetts.

        THOMAS PAINE asserted that “arms like laws discourage and keep the
        invader and plunderer in awe and preserve order in the world…. Horrid
        mischief would ensue were [the good] deprived of the use of them… the
        weak will become a prey to the strong.”8 Paine, who was not a
        slaveholder, was an English immigrant who settled in Pennsylvania and
        later in N.Y.

        JOSEPH STORY summarized the views of late 18th Century Americans like
        himself: “one of the ordinary modes, by which tyrants accomplish their
        purpose without resistance is, by disarming the people and making it an
        offense to keep arms.” Story, who was not a slaveholder, was from

        NOAH WEBSTER, who also expressed such sentiments was neither a
        slaveholder nor a southerner. He was from Connecticut.

        TENCH COXE who expressed such sentiment, was not a slaveholder. He was
        from Pennsylvania.

      • twinfan1 says:

        My 4:29 was incomplete. The ruling said “We also recognize another important limitation on the right to keep and carry arms. Miller (an earlier case) said, as we have explained, that the sorts of weapons protected were those ‘in common use at the time.'”

      • NoFear49er says:

        Why would you try to associate me with your idiot’s video fan1?

        Do you think we require more proof that you’re a despicable liar?

      • Grumpy Guy says:

        And as for the Sandy Hook conspiracy, there are loads of wackos who believe things like this on both sides of the political spectrum. The Truthers and the nutjobs who think the government killed JFK and the ones who think that the government invented crack.

        The ravings of lunatics should not be used to smear the beliefs of everyone who disagrees with us.

    • Grumpy Guy says:

      Full text of Heller here.

      Click to access 07-290.pdf

      Clearly disallowing handgun bans or trigger lock requirements.

  70. unca_chuck says:

    YEah, there’s that. Plus, I think Spitty can fight his own battled

  71. twinfan1 says:

    Spittle, Fear, Denny, the guy who posted about “nigger cock”:those dudes stick together.

    • Spitblood says:

      Twin…. Just admit it: You’re an Alex Smith lovin’ fool and you don’t know good qb play.

      • twinfan1 says:

        I’ve enjoyed Colin’s play, and posted that numerous times, well. dozens of times. You’re the dumb fuck who had to start in on Smith. I’d explain how it’s possible for a reasonable and sane person to appreciate Colin’s play and also appreciate Smith . I was wrong about my initial evalaution of Kap. I’m not wrong about Alex.
        And he’ll make out just fine. You won’t.

    • NoFear49er says:

      Chuckles, try to control fan1. If this guy is going to start again, you might as well blow up your blog now. Handle him before it gets out of hand. Please.

    • twinfan1 says:

      Banning Spittle was a good idea then, a better idea now.

  72. Winder says:

    I’m to happy to get upset right now. Lately, when people become pests i just plug in my 2012 SF Giants World Series video and think about how much the Dogders have spent trying to be where we are. Hopefully, in about 2 1/2 weeks I will be able to plug in my Super Bowl 47 Champions: San Francisco 49ers DVD.
    This blog is a wonderful place for all 49er fans, even the phsycotic ones(like me on certain days).

  73. Grumpy Guy says:

    But if we ban all the crazy people here, they’ll be no one to read Chuck’s blog.

  74. Grumpy Guy says:

    58% of my multiple personalities want to ban Twinfan. Unfortunately for them they don’t yet have a supermajority. The odd thing is, 2% of them actually like Twinfan. I don’t know what is wrong with those guys. Probably not right in the head or something.

  75. twinfan1 says:

    What percent of you wants to be ban a guy who compares our President to a Hitler, or a guy who says he hopes Crabs “raped the shit out of that woman”? Or that Aker’s MOM should die of stomach cancer? Just wondering…. 1%? What percent of you agrees with that shit? What percent is a an apologist for it?

    • Grumpy Guy says:

      33% want to execute all Godwinners. 27% think you are Hitler. 97% want to castrate all rapists. 88% feel sorry for Dennis. 93% feel sorry for you. 17% want to go have a cookie. 79% want to go have a shot of tequila. And 98% hate people who ask stupid questions about people on the internet. But 2% still think you’re just peachy.

      — Not a scientific Gallup poll. Questions annoyed 143 of my multiple personalities. Margin of error +/- 93 percent.

  76. twinfan1 says:

    I think the Kenyan and I are going to take your water pistol when we Muslims finish our job here.

  77. twinfan1 says:

    The meaning of the Heller decision is widely disputed by legal scholars. The only thing agreed upon is that it’s ambiguous.

  78. unca_chuck says:

    I see all is fine in the nut house.

    Carry on folks . . . I like you keeping it on the back pages.

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