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BadlandsVikings
04-30-2008, 09:57 PM
Do any of these reall exist?

Marrdro
04-30-2008, 10:00 PM
Yes, Absnormal........ :o

http://www.emaxhealth.com/cms/uploads/15089_normal.jpg

singersp
04-30-2008, 10:07 PM
"BadlandsViking" wrote:


Do any of these reall exist?



Main Entry: 1ab·nor·mal

Pronunciation: \(ˌ)ab-ˈnȯr-məl, əb-\
Function: adjective
Etymology: alteration of French anormal, from Medieval Latin anormalis, from Latin a- + Late Latin normalis normal
Date: circa 1836
: deviating from the normal or average : unusual, exceptional <abnormal behavior>
— ab·nor·mal·ly
\-mə-lē\ adverb



Main Entry: 1nor·mal

Pronunciation: \ˈnȯr-məl\
Function: adjective
Etymology: Latin normalis, from norma
Date: circa 1696
1: perpendicular; especially : perpendicular to a tangent at a point of tangency
2 a: according with, constituting, or not deviating from a norm, rule, or principle b: conforming to a type, standard, or regular pattern
3: occurring naturally <normal immunity>
4 a: of, relating to, or characterized by average intelligence or development b: free from mental disorder : sane
5 aof a solution : having a concentration of one gram equivalent of solute per liter b: containing neither basic hydroxyl nor acid hydrogen <normal silver phosphate> c: not associated <normal molecules> d: having a straight-chain structure <normal pentane> <normal butyl alcohol>
6of a subgroup : having the property that every coset produced by operating on the left by a given element is equal to the coset produced by operating on the right by the same element
7: relating to, involving, or being a normal curve or normal distribution <normal approximation to the binomial distribution>
8of a matrix : having the property of commutativity under multiplication by the transpose of the matrix each of whose elements is a conjugate complex number with respect to the corresponding element of the given matrix
synonyms see regular
— nor·mal·i·ty
\nȯr-ˈma-lə-tē\ noun
— nor·mal·ly
\ˈnȯr-mə-lē\ adverb

marstc09
04-30-2008, 10:29 PM
"singersp" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:


Do any of these reall exist?



Main Entry: 1ab·nor·mal

Pronunciation: \(ˌ)ab-ˈnȯr-məl, əb-\
Function: adjective
Etymology: alteration of French anormal, from Medieval Latin anormalis, from Latin a- + Late Latin normalis normal
Date: circa 1836
: deviating from the normal or average : unusual, exceptional <abnormal behavior>
— ab·nor·mal·ly
\-mə-lē\ adverb



Main Entry: 1nor·mal

Pronunciation: \ˈnȯr-məl\
Function: adjective
Etymology: Latin normalis, from norma
Date: circa 1696
1: perpendicular; especially : perpendicular to a tangent at a point of tangency
2 a: according with, constituting, or not deviating from a norm, rule, or principle b: conforming to a type, standard, or regular pattern
3: occurring naturally <normal immunity>
4 a: of, relating to, or characterized by average intelligence or development b: free from mental disorder : sane
5 aof a solution : having a concentration of one gram equivalent of solute per liter b: containing neither basic hydroxyl nor acid hydrogen <normal silver phosphate> c: not associated <normal molecules> d: having a straight-chain structure <normal pentane> <normal butyl alcohol>
6of a subgroup : having the property that every coset produced by operating on the left by a given element is equal to the coset produced by operating on the right by the same element
7: relating to, involving, or being a normal curve or normal distribution <normal approximation to the binomial distribution>
8of a matrix : having the property of commutativity under multiplication by the transpose of the matrix each of whose elements is a conjugate complex number with respect to the corresponding element of the given matrix
synonyms see regular
— nor·mal·i·ty
\nȯr-ˈma-lə-tē\ noun
— nor·mal·ly
\ˈnȯr-mə-lē\ adverb


Wheres the definition for Unnormal?

marstc09
04-30-2008, 10:32 PM
"BadlandsViking" wrote:


Do any of these really exist?


No, because it all has to do with perception.

BadlandsVikings
05-01-2008, 12:08 AM
"marstc09" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:


Do any of these reall exist?



Main Entry: 1ab·nor·mal

Pronunciation: \(ˌ)ab-ˈnȯr-məl, əb-\
Function: adjective
Etymology: alteration of French anormal, from Medieval Latin anormalis, from Latin a- + Late Latin normalis normal
Date: circa 1836
: deviating from the normal or average : unusual, exceptional <abnormal behavior>
— ab·nor·mal·ly
\-mə-lē\ adverb



Main Entry: 1nor·mal

Pronunciation: \ˈnȯr-məl\
Function: adjective
Etymology: Latin normalis, from norma
Date: circa 1696
1: perpendicular; especially : perpendicular to a tangent at a point of tangency
2 a: according with, constituting, or not deviating from a norm, rule, or principle b: conforming to a type, standard, or regular pattern
3: occurring naturally <normal immunity>
4 a: of, relating to, or characterized by average intelligence or development b: free from mental disorder : sane
5 aof a solution : having a concentration of one gram equivalent of solute per liter b: containing neither basic hydroxyl nor acid hydrogen <normal silver phosphate> c: not associated <normal molecules> d: having a straight-chain structure <normal pentane> <normal butyl alcohol>
6of a subgroup : having the property that every coset produced by operating on the left by a given element is equal to the coset produced by operating on the right by the same element
7: relating to, involving, or being a normal curve or normal distribution <normal approximation to the binomial distribution>
8of a matrix : having the property of commutativity under multiplication by the transpose of the matrix each of whose elements is a conjugate complex number with respect to the corresponding element of the given matrix
synonyms see regular
— nor·mal·i·ty
\nȯr-ˈma-lə-tē\ noun
— nor·mal·ly
\ˈnȯr-mə-lē\ adverb


Wheres the definition for Unnormal?


I think he made it up, I'm not sure it's even a word

singersp
05-01-2008, 06:15 AM
"BadlandsViking" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:



Wheres the definition for Unnormal?


I think he made it up, I'm not sure it's even a word


Of course I did. Have you not ever heard of the Un-Cola?

Unnormal is the deviation from normal, meaning that it is more unusual rather than usual.

(Also see abnormal)

marstc09
05-03-2008, 09:33 AM
"BadlandsViking" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:


Do any of these reall exist?



Main Entry: 1ab·nor·mal

Pronunciation: \(ˌ)ab-ˈnȯr-məl, əb-\
Function: adjective
Etymology: alteration of French anormal, from Medieval Latin anormalis, from Latin a- + Late Latin normalis normal
Date: circa 1836
: deviating from the normal or average : unusual, exceptional <abnormal behavior>
— ab·nor·mal·ly
\-mə-lē\ adverb



Main Entry: 1nor·mal

Pronunciation: \ˈnȯr-məl\
Function: adjective
Etymology: Latin normalis, from norma
Date: circa 1696
1: perpendicular; especially : perpendicular to a tangent at a point of tangency
2 a: according with, constituting, or not deviating from a norm, rule, or principle b: conforming to a type, standard, or regular pattern
3: occurring naturally <normal immunity>
4 a: of, relating to, or characterized by average intelligence or development b: free from mental disorder : sane
5 aof a solution : having a concentration of one gram equivalent of solute per liter b: containing neither basic hydroxyl nor acid hydrogen <normal silver phosphate> c: not associated <normal molecules> d: having a straight-chain structure <normal pentane> <normal butyl alcohol>
6of a subgroup : having the property that every coset produced by operating on the left by a given element is equal to the coset produced by operating on the right by the same element
7: relating to, involving, or being a normal curve or normal distribution <normal approximation to the binomial distribution>
8of a matrix : having the property of commutativity under multiplication by the transpose of the matrix each of whose elements is a conjugate complex number with respect to the corresponding element of the given matrix
synonyms see regular
— nor·mal·i·ty
\nȯr-ˈma-lə-tē\ noun
— nor·mal·ly
\ˈnȯr-mə-lē\ adverb


Wheres the definition for Unnormal?


I think he made it up, I'm not sure it's even a word


I know. I was making fun of him for saying it.

marstc09
05-03-2008, 09:35 AM
"singersp" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:



Wheres the definition for Unnormal?


I think he made it up, I'm not sure it's even a word


Of course I did. Have you not ever heard of the Un-Cola?

Unnormal is the deviation from normal, meaning that it is more unusual rather than usual.

(Also see abnormal)


That is marketing. Of course they would use a made up word. Do you really think the ab-cola would fly?

singersp
05-03-2008, 10:54 AM
"marstc09" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:



Wheres the definition for Unnormal?


I think he made it up, I'm not sure it's even a word


Of course I did. Have you not ever heard of the Un-Cola?

Unnormal is the deviation from normal, meaning that it is more unusual rather than usual.

(Also see abnormal)


That is marketing. Of course they would use a made up word. Do you really think the ab-cola would fly?


Non-Cola or the anti-cola might. Ergo, why not non-normal or anti-normal?

NordicNed
05-03-2008, 11:11 AM
This thread reads like an Archie Bunker english class 101... ;D





http://tbn0.google.com/images?q=tbn:tRRhWq0wvO7EkM:http://indychristian.com/images/archie_bunker.jpg

marstc09
05-03-2008, 01:32 PM
"singersp" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:



Wheres the definition for Unnormal?


I think he made it up, I'm not sure it's even a word


Of course I did. Have you not ever heard of the Un-Cola?

Unnormal is the deviation from normal, meaning that it is more unusual rather than usual.

(Also see abnormal)


That is marketing. Of course they would use a made up word. Do you really think the ab-cola would fly?


Non-Cola or the anti-cola might. Ergo, why not non-normal or anti-normal?


Non is too plain and anti would take away from regular cola. Almost like bashing it.

singersp
05-03-2008, 02:02 PM
"marstc09" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:





Wheres the definition for Unnormal?


I think he made it up, I'm not sure it's even a word


Of course I did. Have you not ever heard of the Un-Cola?

Unnormal is the deviation from normal, meaning that it is more unusual rather than usual.

(Also see abnormal)


That is marketing. Of course they would use a made up word. Do you really think the ab-cola would fly?


Non-Cola or the anti-cola might. Ergo, why not non-normal or anti-normal?


Non is too plain and anti would take away from regular cola. Almost like bashing it.


If you were selling strictly non-colas, wouldn't that be beneficial?

marstc09
05-03-2008, 02:21 PM
"singersp" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:







Wheres the definition for Unnormal?


I think he made it up, I'm not sure it's even a word


Of course I did. Have you not ever heard of the Un-Cola?

Unnormal is the deviation from normal, meaning that it is more unusual rather than usual.

(Also see abnormal)


That is marketing. Of course they would use a made up word. Do you really think the ab-cola would fly?


Non-Cola or the anti-cola might. Ergo, why not non-normal or anti-normal?


Non is too plain and anti would take away from regular cola. Almost like bashing it.


If you were selling strictly non-colas, wouldn't that be beneficial?


Yes. Anti is what I would go with.

Purple Floyd
05-03-2008, 03:38 PM
"marstc09" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:









Wheres the definition for Unnormal?


I think he made it up, I'm not sure it's even a word


Of course I did. Have you not ever heard of the Un-Cola?

Unnormal is the deviation from normal, meaning that it is more unusual rather than usual.

(Also see abnormal)


That is marketing. Of course they would use a made up word. Do you really think the ab-cola would fly?


Non-Cola or the anti-cola might. Ergo, why not non-normal or anti-normal?


Non is too plain and anti would take away from regular cola. Almost like bashing it.


If you were selling strictly non-colas, wouldn't that be beneficial?


Yes. Anti is what I would go with.


7-Up ran an ad campaign some years back calling it the Un-Cola.

ThorSPL
05-03-2008, 06:48 PM
Anybody who has met me knows that abnormal exists.

singersp
05-03-2008, 10:33 PM
"UffDaVikes" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:











Wheres the definition for Unnormal?


I think he made it up, I'm not sure it's even a word


Of course I did. Have you not ever heard of the Un-Cola?

Unnormal is the deviation from normal, meaning that it is more unusual rather than usual.

(Also see abnormal)


That is marketing. Of course they would use a made up word. Do you really think the ab-cola would fly?


Non-Cola or the anti-cola might. Ergo, why not non-normal or anti-normal?


Non is too plain and anti would take away from regular cola. Almost like bashing it.


If you were selling strictly non-colas, wouldn't that be beneficial?


Yes. Anti is what I would go with.


7-Up ran an ad campaign some years back calling it the Un-Cola.


I know, that's why I brought it up. Cola nut.............un-cola nut........

JinBKqSCSac

Marrdro
05-03-2008, 10:39 PM
http://www.pathology.vcu.edu/WirSelfInst/image/042encephcele.jpg
mesodermal abnormality

marstc09
05-04-2008, 08:53 AM
"UffDaVikes" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:











Wheres the definition for Unnormal?


I think he made it up, I'm not sure it's even a word


Of course I did. Have you not ever heard of the Un-Cola?

Unnormal is the deviation from normal, meaning that it is more unusual rather than usual.

(Also see abnormal)


That is marketing. Of course they would use a made up word. Do you really think the ab-cola would fly?


Non-Cola or the anti-cola might. Ergo, why not non-normal or anti-normal?


Non is too plain and anti would take away from regular cola. Almost like bashing it.


If you were selling strictly non-colas, wouldn't that be beneficial?


Yes. Anti is what I would go with.


7-Up ran an ad campaign some years back calling it the Un-Cola.



Ummmmmm thats why we are talking about it.
:P

marstc09
05-04-2008, 08:54 AM
"singersp" wrote:


"UffDaVikes" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:













Wheres the definition for Unnormal?


I think he made it up, I'm not sure it's even a word


Of course I did. Have you not ever heard of the Un-Cola?

Unnormal is the deviation from normal, meaning that it is more unusual rather than usual.

(Also see abnormal)


That is marketing. Of course they would use a made up word. Do you really think the ab-cola would fly?


Non-Cola or the anti-cola might. Ergo, why not non-normal or anti-normal?


Non is too plain and anti would take away from regular cola. Almost like bashing it.


If you were selling strictly non-colas, wouldn't that be beneficial?


Yes. Anti is what I would go with.


7-Up ran an ad campaign some years back calling it the Un-Cola.


I know, that's why I brought it up. Cola nut.............un-cola nut........

JinBKqSCSac


That is one scary commercial. I would imagine that was James Earl Jones voice.

singersp
05-04-2008, 09:22 AM
"marstc09" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"UffDaVikes" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:















Wheres the definition for Unnormal?


I think he made it up, I'm not sure it's even a word


Of course I did. Have you not ever heard of the Un-Cola?

Unnormal is the deviation from normal, meaning that it is more unusual rather than usual.

(Also see abnormal)


That is marketing. Of course they would use a made up word. Do you really think the ab-cola would fly?


Non-Cola or the anti-cola might. Ergo, why not non-normal or anti-normal?


Non is too plain and anti would take away from regular cola. Almost like bashing it.


If you were selling strictly non-colas, wouldn't that be beneficial?


Yes. Anti is what I would go with.


7-Up ran an ad campaign some years back calling it the Un-Cola.


I know, that's why I brought it up. Cola nut.............un-cola nut........

JinBKqSCSac


That is one scary commercial. I would imagine that was James Earl Jones voice.


Actually it was the actors (Geoffrey Holder) voice. It sounds like James Earl Jones voice so much that when people asked James if he was the one who did the voice of Darth Vader in the first two episodes, he claimed it was Geoffrey Holder's voice.


I've been saying it sounds like the uncola nut guy Holder. Geoffrey Holder! ... and I got away with it. But for the third one, I said OK, I'll let them put my name on it.


http://www.newsday.com/entertainment/stage/ny-c5611250mar16,0,5264743.story

Geoffrey Holder also did the narration in "Charlie & The Chocolate Factory"

marstc09
05-04-2008, 09:29 AM
"singersp" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"UffDaVikes" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:

















Wheres the definition for Unnormal?


I think he made it up, I'm not sure it's even a word


Of course I did. Have you not ever heard of the Un-Cola?

Unnormal is the deviation from normal, meaning that it is more unusual rather than usual.

(Also see abnormal)


That is marketing. Of course they would use a made up word. Do you really think the ab-cola would fly?


Non-Cola or the anti-cola might. Ergo, why not non-normal or anti-normal?


Non is too plain and anti would take away from regular cola. Almost like bashing it.


If you were selling strictly non-colas, wouldn't that be beneficial?


Yes. Anti is what I would go with.


7-Up ran an ad campaign some years back calling it the Un-Cola.


I know, that's why I brought it up. Cola nut.............un-cola nut........

JinBKqSCSac


That is one scary commercial. I would imagine that was James Earl Jones voice.


Actually it was the actors (Geoffrey Holder) voice. It sounds like James Earl Jones voice so much that when people asked James if he was the one who did the voice of Darth Vader in the first two episodes, he claimed it was Geoffrey Holder's voice.


I've been saying it sounds like the uncola nut guy Holder. Geoffrey Holder! ... and I got away with it. But for the third one, I said OK, I'll let them put my name on it.


http://www.newsday.com/entertainment/stage/ny-c5611250mar16,0,5264743.story

Geoffrey Holder also did the narration in "Charlie & The Chocolate Factory"


Wow interesting. That is crazy how similar they are.

Vikes_King
05-09-2008, 08:15 PM
"marstc09" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:


Do any of these really exist?


No, because it all has to do with perception.


You win the game, fair sir

gregair13
05-12-2008, 10:01 PM
normal is the average

marstc09
08-31-2008, 01:52 AM
Stealing from the internet is un-normal!

BadlandsVikings
08-31-2008, 01:55 AM
"marstc09" wrote:


Stealing from the internet is un-normal!


Constantly whining about it as abnormal.

V4L
08-31-2008, 01:58 AM
Ha

marstc09
08-31-2008, 01:58 AM
"BadlandsViking" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


Stealing from the internet is un-normal!


Constantly whining about it as abnormal.


Whining on PPO is normal

BadlandsVikings
08-31-2008, 02:18 AM
"marstc09" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


Stealing from the internet is un-normal!


Constantly whining about it as abnormal.


Whining on PPO is normal


Is anyone on PPO normal?

Zeus
08-31-2008, 05:51 AM
"BadlandsViking" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


Stealing from the internet is un-normal!


Constantly whining about it as abnormal.


Whining on PPO is normal


Is anyone on PPO normal?


Is it okay to to yell "Movie!" in a crowded firehouse?

=Z=

singersp
08-31-2008, 06:24 AM
"Zeus" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


Stealing from the internet is un-normal!


Constantly whining about it as abnormal.


Whining on PPO is normal


Is anyone on PPO normal?


Is it okay to to yell "Movie!" in a crowded firehouse?

=Z=


Is it OK to yell "FIRE" in a crowded hospital full of paraplegics?

Purple Floyd
08-31-2008, 06:58 PM
"Zeus" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


Stealing from the internet is un-normal!


Constantly whining about it as abnormal.


Whining on PPO is normal


Is anyone on PPO normal?


Is it okay to to yell "Movie!" in a crowded firehouse?

=Z=


I notice you have a little Doggah poopah on your shoe.

Zeus
09-01-2008, 06:29 AM
"UffDaVikes" wrote:


"Zeus" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:




Stealing from the internet is un-normal!


Constantly whining about it as abnormal.


Whining on PPO is normal


Is anyone on PPO normal?


Is it okay to to yell "Movie!" in a crowded firehouse?

=Z=


I notice you have a little Doggah poopah on your shoe.


I'm glad someone else got that.

=Z=

singersp
09-01-2008, 09:10 AM
"Zeus" wrote:


"UffDaVikes" wrote:


"Zeus" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:






Stealing from the internet is un-normal!


Constantly whining about it as abnormal.


Whining on PPO is normal


Is anyone on PPO normal?


Is it okay to to yell "Movie!" in a crowded firehouse?

=Z=


I notice you have a little Doggah poopah on your shoe.


I'm glad someone else got that.

=Z=


I picked up on it right away.

Purple Floyd
09-01-2008, 09:14 AM
"Zeus" wrote:


"UffDaVikes" wrote:


"Zeus" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:






Stealing from the internet is un-normal!


Constantly whining about it as abnormal.


Whining on PPO is normal


Is anyone on PPO normal?


Is it okay to to yell "Movie!" in a crowded firehouse?

=Z=


I notice you have a little Doggah poopah on your shoe.


I'm glad someone else got that.

=Z=


Hey, Comedy is not pretty.

marstc09
01-02-2009, 01:10 PM
Is not selling out a home playoff game Un-normal?

singersp
01-02-2009, 01:26 PM
"marstc09" wrote:


Is not selling out a home playoff game Un-normal?


It depends on the state.

Number 1.
Not every person in Minnesota is a fan of football.

Number 2. Not every football fan in Minnesota is a Vikings fan. Prior to 1961, before the Vikings franchise ever existed, the majority of the football fans in Minnesota were either Packer fans or Bears fans.

Some retained their devotion to the Packers & Bears even after the Vikings came to MN & many of them passed that devotion on down to their children & their children's children.

COJOMAY
01-02-2009, 01:28 PM
This is NORMAL for Minnesota! (From the Minneapolis Tribune)

[quote][/qWith the state and federal governments looking for ways to jump-start the economy, a New Jersey businessman has an ambitious public works project he says will create more than 5,500 jobs and provide $500 million or more to local contractors.

The businessman is Zygi Wilf, principal owner of the Minnesota Vikings.

But the idea is not going over well at the Legislature, which will be working with Gov. Tim Pawlenty on erasing a $4.8 billion budget deficit.

In fact, two legislative leaders laughed out loud when asked whether the House and Senate would seriously consider the Vikings' bid this session.

"It certainly will not be a high priority," Senate Majority Leader Larry Pogemiller, DFL-Minneapolis, said recently. "We have a fiscal and job crisis in Minnesota."

Margaret Anderson Kelliher, the speaker of the House, was even more blunt about the Vikings' chances of getting state money from the Legislature.

"There is no chance," the Minneapolis DFLer said. "It's a great idea if they would pay for it themselves. But we are in uncharted economic waters. We are in a crisis situation, and we have to focus on the financial and economic health of the state.uote]

marstc09
01-02-2009, 01:33 PM
"singersp" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


Is not selling out a home playoff game Un-normal?


It depends on the state.

Number 1.
Not every person in Minnesota is a fan of football.

Number 2. Not every football fan in Minnesota is a Vikings fan. Prior to 1961, before the Vikings franchise ever existed, the majority of the football fans in Minnesota were either Packer fans or Bears fans.

Some retained their devotion to the Packers & Bears even after the Vikings came to MN & many of them passed that devotion on down to their children & their children's children.


1. Not every person in any state is a fan of football.

2. The Miami Dolphins game is sold out and they have 3 fucking teams in that state!

Zeus
01-02-2009, 01:37 PM
"marstc09" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


Is not selling out a home playoff game Un-normal?


It depends on the state.

Number 1.
Not every person in Minnesota is a fan of football.

Number 2. Not every football fan in Minnesota is a Vikings fan. Prior to 1961, before the Vikings franchise ever existed, the majority of the football fans in Minnesota were either Packer fans or Bears fans.

Some retained their devotion to the Packers & Bears even after the Vikings came to MN & many of them passed that devotion on down to their children & their children's children.


1. Not every person in any state is a fan of football.

2. The Miami Dolphins game is sold out and they have 3 fucking teams in that state!


Re:
your #2 up there:
What is the metro population of Miami?
Now compare that to the population of the state of Minnesota.


Re:
your #2 up there:
Jacksonville had games blacked out this year.

=Z=

marstc09
01-02-2009, 01:39 PM
"Zeus" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


Is not selling out a home playoff game Un-normal?


It depends on the state.

Number 1.
Not every person in Minnesota is a fan of football.

Number 2. Not every football fan in Minnesota is a Vikings fan. Prior to 1961, before the Vikings franchise ever existed, the majority of the football fans in Minnesota were either Packer fans or Bears fans.

Some retained their devotion to the Packers & Bears even after the Vikings came to MN & many of them passed that devotion on down to their children & their children's children.


1. Not every person in any state is a fan of football.

2. The Miami Dolphins game is sold out and they have 3 fucking teams in that state!


Re:
your #2 up there:
What is the metro population of Miami?
Now compare that to the population of the state of Minnesota.


Re:
your #2 up there:
Jacksonville had games blacked out this year.

=Z=


See #1

BadlandsVikings
01-02-2009, 02:12 PM
being a Packer fan in any state is un-normal

Turboe
01-02-2009, 02:16 PM
"marstc09" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:



Wheres the definition for Unnormal?


I think he made it up, I'm not sure it's even a word


Of course I did. Have you not ever heard of the Un-Cola?

Unnormal is the deviation from normal, meaning that it is more unusual rather than usual.

(Also see abnormal)


That is marketing. Of course they would use a made up word. Do you really think the ab-cola would fly?


If you can come up with a cola and somehow could convince people that by drinking this cola you will get washboard abs, then hell yes it will fly, and you will make so much money selling it that you can buy the rest of the remaining tickets to avoid the blackout.

MN Vikings football local TV coverage brought to you by Ab-Cola....
"Making washboard bellys 12 oz at a time!"


Keep an eye open for next years release of Ab-Ale!

marstc09
01-02-2009, 02:23 PM
"Turboe" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:



Wheres the definition for Unnormal?


I think he made it up, I'm not sure it's even a word


Of course I did. Have you not ever heard of the Un-Cola?

Unnormal is the deviation from normal, meaning that it is more unusual rather than usual.

(Also see abnormal)


That is marketing. Of course they would use a made up word. Do you really think the ab-cola would fly?


If you can come up with a cola and somehow could convince people that by drinking this cola you will get washboard abs, then hell yes it will fly, and you will make so much money selling it that you can buy the rest of the remaining tickets to avoid the blackout.

MN Vikings football local TV coverage brought to you by Ab-Cola....
"Making washboard bellys 12 oz at a time!"


Keep an eye open for next years release of Ab-Ale!


They do. It is called diet and it taste like piss. Although I love your creativity.

singersp
01-02-2009, 02:45 PM
"Zeus" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


Is not selling out a home playoff game Un-normal?


It depends on the state.

Number 1.
Not every person in Minnesota is a fan of football.

Number 2. Not every football fan in Minnesota is a Vikings fan. Prior to 1961, before the Vikings franchise ever existed, the majority of the football fans in Minnesota were either Packer fans or Bears fans.

Some retained their devotion to the Packers & Bears even after the Vikings came to MN & many of them passed that devotion on down to their children & their children's children.


1. Not every person in any state is a fan of football.

2. The Miami Dolphins game is sold out and they have 3 fucking teams in that state!


Re:
your #2 up there:
What is the metro population of Miami?
Now compare that to the population of the state of Minnesota.


Re:
your #2 up there:
Jacksonville had games blacked out this year.

=Z=


Re: your #2 up there. Miami had games blacked out also. In fact their 2002 playoff game was blacked out in Miami.

marstc09
01-02-2009, 02:49 PM
"singersp" wrote:


"Zeus" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


Is not selling out a home playoff game Un-normal?


It depends on the state.

Number 1.
Not every person in Minnesota is a fan of football.

Number 2. Not every football fan in Minnesota is a Vikings fan. Prior to 1961, before the Vikings franchise ever existed, the majority of the football fans in Minnesota were either Packer fans or Bears fans.

Some retained their devotion to the Packers & Bears even after the Vikings came to MN & many of them passed that devotion on down to their children & their children's children.


1. Not every person in any state is a fan of football.

2. The Miami Dolphins game is sold out and they have 3 fucking teams in that state!


Re:
your #2 up there:
What is the metro population of Miami?
Now compare that to the population of the state of Minnesota.


Re:
your #2 up there:
Jacksonville had games blacked out this year.

=Z=


Re: your #2 up there. Miami had games blacked out also. In fact their 2002 playoff game was blacked out in Miami.


That just proves that their fan base is just as pathetic as ours.

BadlandsVikings
02-01-2009, 04:33 PM
marstc09: Licking dandruff is un-normal
marstc09: blowing Farve is natural

nephilimstorm
02-01-2009, 04:43 PM
mental health association being called...please hold.

BadlandsVikings
04-28-2009, 11:44 PM
It is un-normal for Viking fans to like Farve

marstc09
04-28-2009, 11:47 PM
"BadlandsViking" wrote:


It is un-normal for Viking fans to like Farve


Berrian

Wade


Mac Hutch Sully Herrera Load





Harvin


Rice














































Favre





















Peterson

:o

C Mac D
04-28-2009, 11:49 PM
"marstc09" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:


It is un-normal for Viking fans to like Farve


Berrian


Wade



Mac Hutch Sully Herrera Load





Harvin



Rice















































Favre






















Peterson

:o



Not that I'm agreeing with you, I'm just bored... but this would be fun to watch too:

Berrian





Shank Mac Hutch Sully Herrera Load





Harvin



Rice















































Favre






















Peterson

i_bleed_purple
04-28-2009, 11:51 PM
"C" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:


It is un-normal for Viking fans to like Farve


Berrian


Wade



Mac Hutch Sully Herrera Load





Harvin



Rice















































Favre






















Peterson

:o



Not that I'm agreeing with you, I'm just bored... but this would be fun to watch:

Berrian





Shank Mac Hutch Sully Herrera Load





Harvin



Rice















































Favre






















Peterson



While we're in fantasyland

Berrian









Mac Hutch Sully Herrera Load










Rice







Boldin











Favre













Harvin













































Peterson

marstc09
04-28-2009, 11:52 PM
"C" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:


It is un-normal for Viking fans to like Farve


Berrian


Wade



Mac Hutch Sully Herrera Load





Harvin



Rice















































Favre






















Peterson

:o



Not that I'm agreeing with you, I'm just bored... but this would be fun to watch too:

Berrian





Shank Mac Hutch Sully Herrera Load





Harvin



Rice















































Favre






















Peterson



I am not going to be able to sleep now.

marstc09
06-07-2009, 10:08 PM
Is it normal to leave a team because of one guy?

BadlandsVikings
06-07-2009, 10:10 PM
It is unnormal to drool over the enememy

marstc09
06-07-2009, 10:11 PM
"BadlandsViking" wrote:


It is unnormal to drool over the enememy


Who drools over the Packers?

BadlandsVikings
06-07-2009, 10:13 PM
"marstc09" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:


It is unnormal to drool over the enememy


Who drools over the Packers?


Anybody that likes Farve

NordicNed
06-08-2009, 12:01 AM
One thing for sure, I'm loving this off season, never a dull momement.



;D

marstc09
06-23-2009, 08:51 AM
Is it normal for a Charter Member to abandon the team?

marstc09
06-23-2009, 08:51 AM
"BadlandsViking" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"BadlandsViking" wrote:


It is unnormal to drool over the enememy


Who drools over the Packers?


Anybody that likes Farve


Favre is not a Packer. He is an ex-Jet.

gregair13
06-23-2009, 09:04 PM
"NordicNed" wrote:


One thing for sure, I'm loving this off season, never a dull momement.



;D

83 days until the first NFL gameday on NFL network.

marstc09
07-22-2009, 07:12 PM
Is it normal to go AWOL after 8 years?

Prophet
07-22-2009, 08:27 PM
"marstc09" wrote:


Is it normal to go AWOL after 8 years?


Yes, unless you were insane to begin with.

marstc09
08-01-2009, 08:50 PM
Is this normal?

http://web5.twitpic.com/img/20926327-cf6d7b2f2162ede1e3128899e565b526.4a74f00c-scaled.jpg

Zeus
08-02-2009, 10:17 PM
"marstc09" wrote:


Is this normal?

http://web5.twitpic.com/img/20926327-cf6d7b2f2162ede1e3128899e565b526.4a74f00c-scaled.jpg


There's nothing normal about tiny red X's.

=Z=

BadlandsVikings
08-09-2009, 08:42 PM
It's un-normal to not see John Madden next to Al Michaels

Formo
08-11-2009, 02:01 PM
"BadlandsViking" wrote:


It's un-normal to not see John Madden next to Al Michaels


Double negatives are abnormal.

Also, it's un-normal to see Madden without Summerall.