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  • mayo49
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Originally posted by cciowa:
to bad he is dead as the voice of god john facenda from nfl films could have been the narrator . can you imagine the tingle going up your spine with him doing the voiceover with dramatic music

I'd definitely cream my pants.
[ Edited by mayo49 on Jul 18, 2014 at 9:31 AM ]
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by mayo49:
Originally posted by cciowa:
wish they had a display for the family where they can learn about the history of the game day mayo penis. you know one of those interactive things where they can learn about its history, its place in niner history and everyone can get a mini mayo penis sucker to take home.

to bad he is dead as the voice of god john facenda from nfl films could have been the narrator . can you imagine the tingle going up your spine with him doing the voiceover with dramatic music
hit the music
  • cciowa
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Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by mayo49:
Originally posted by cciowa:
wish they had a display for the family where they can learn about the history of the game day mayo penis. you know one of those interactive things where they can learn about its history, its place in niner history and everyone can get a mini mayo penis sucker to take home.

to bad he is dead as the voice of god john facenda from nfl films could have been the narrator . can you imagine the tingle going up your spine with him doing the voiceover with dramatic music
hit the music
outstanding job 49. it makes me want to bust out my 1971 old school niner stocking cap and my matell talking football
Originally posted by Marvin49:
Originally posted by mayo49:
Does anyone know what that thing is on the field right now?

No clue.

Seems like it would kill the grass underneath it tho. :(

Getting ready for a VIP gala this Sat.
Originally posted by 9erReign:
Originally posted by Marvin49:
Originally posted by mayo49:
Does anyone know what that thing is on the field right now?

No clue.

Seems like it would kill the grass underneath it tho. :(

Getting ready for a VIP gala this Sat.

Seems like they'd have a Club or 2 for that. Go figure.
  • mayo49
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What is that monstrosity in the middle of our field? Yikes!
  • mayo49
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What in tarnations is going on at Levi's?
Originally posted by mayo49:
What in tarnations is going on at Levi's?

It's the gala
Originally posted by Niners99:
Usually when someone says "I could care less", they mean it as "I don't care at ALL". In this case, saying you COULD care less means that you DO care, at least a little bit.

Saying I COULDN'T care less would better represent the opinion that you don't care at ALL. Thus, there is no possible way you would be able to care any less.

Either way, 90% of the people who use that phrase say "could care less" because they don't know the difference, and pay no attention to grammar.


Did you read the article?

Irregardless of that, I could care less about what 90% of people think. 90% of the world probably can't locate the oceans of the world on a map.

"Like I care", literally means "The way I care", but it is used to mean, "I don't care."
"See if I care", literally means "Find out if I care or not", but it is used to mean, "I don't care."
"Whatever", literally means, "Anything", but it is used to mean, "Whatever you are saying, I don't care about it."
"Yeah right", literally means, "Yes, you are correct", but it is used to mean, "I don't believe you."

"I could care less" is a perfectly acceptable way to convey the same meaning of "I don't care".

I care about things that actually matter in language, such as "literally", because it conveys a meaning that can't be conveyed another way.
If you look above, you will see I literally used the word to convey a special and necessary meaning.

There are many important grammatical issues that are worth correcting however, for example, was vs were, there, their and they're needs to be done right, are vs our, you know, stuff like that.
Originally posted by BrianGO:
Did you read the article?

Irregardless of that, I could care less about what 90% of people think. 90% of the world probably can't locate the oceans of the world on a map.

"Like I care", literally means "The way I care", but it is used to mean, "I don't care."
"See if I care", literally means "Find out if I care or not", but it is used to mean, "I don't care."
"Whatever", literally means, "Anything", but it is used to mean, "Whatever you are saying, I don't care about it."
"Yeah right", literally means, "Yes, you are correct", but it is used to mean, "I don't believe you."

"I could care less" is a perfectly acceptable way to convey the same meaning of "I don't care".

I care about things that actually matter in language, such as "literally", because it conveys a meaning that can't be conveyed another way.
If you look above, you will see I literally used the word to convey a special and necessary meaning.

There are many important grammatical issues that are worth correcting however, for example, was vs were, there, their and they're needs to be done right, are vs our, you know, stuff like that.

Irregardless is a word commonly used in place of regardless or irrespective, which has caused controversy since the early twentieth century, though the word appeared in print as early as 1795.[1] Most dictionaries list it as "nonstandard" or "incorrect" usage, and recommend that "regardless" should be used instead.
  • mayo49
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Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
It's the gala

What is the gala?
Originally posted by mayo49:
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
It's the gala

What is the gala?

It's for the Snow Owl benefit, Harry Dunn and Lloyd Christmas are attending.

lol no seriously i have no clue
Originally posted by BrianGO:
Originally posted by Niners99:
Usually when someone says "I could care less", they mean it as "I don't care at ALL". In this case, saying you COULD care less means that you DO care, at least a little bit.

Saying I COULDN'T care less would better represent the opinion that you don't care at ALL. Thus, there is no possible way you would be able to care any less.

Either way, 90% of the people who use that phrase say "could care less" because they don't know the difference, and pay no attention to grammar.


Did you read the article?

Irregardless of that, I could care less about what 90% of people think. 90% of the world probably can't locate the oceans of the world on a map.

"Like I care", literally means "The way I care", but it is used to mean, "I don't care."
"See if I care", literally means "Find out if I care or not", but it is used to mean, "I don't care."
"Whatever", literally means, "Anything", but it is used to mean, "Whatever you are saying, I don't care about it."
"Yeah right", literally means, "Yes, you are correct", but it is used to mean, "I don't believe you."

"I could care less" is a perfectly acceptable way to convey the same meaning of "I don't care".

I care about things that actually matter in language, such as "literally", because it conveys a meaning that can't be conveyed another way.
If you look above, you will see I literally used the word to convey a special and necessary meaning.

There are many important grammatical issues that are worth correcting however, for example, was vs were, there, their and they're needs to be done right, are vs our, you know, stuff like that.

I couldn't care less.
Originally posted by mayo49:
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
It's the gala

What is the gala?

It's the "No Jail Time for Aldon Smith" Gala Celebration . . . Nortenos not welcome.
At this point what is the best way to purchase season tickets?