Looking for advice on buying a high end pair of raw denims. fit should be on the relaxed side, a slight taper or straight leg. I'm really tall with long legs, but like my jeans to sit low... ...but I'm a ballplayer so my stride is athletic, and all standard or high rises pull with each step. tall dudes know what I mean. ...so as low a rise as possible. Any advice? smokeyface

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Well, their next 3 are: @Minnesota vs. New Jersey vs. New York I think that makes a decent chance for Dallas to extend to a 14-game winning streak(which would be the league's best this year) [Quote]I'll give you that, your last 7 road losses were: Cleveland Toronto Memphis Dallas Miami Charlotte Orlando But as far as getting home, y'all only have 7 home games left of the remaining 18 games. I'm just saying, it's possible to have to go thru Denver in order to face Dallas in the WCF, where Dallas would then have home court advantage. That's all. It's gonna be a tough 18-game stretch for the lakers coming up.

Replied in Official L.A Lakers thread, 2 Weeks ago in Sports

Well, if you are the 2 seed, you will have to play San Antonio in the 1st round, then Denver in the second round, and will have to beat them with home court advantage to be able to play the Mavs in the WCF, with the Mavs having Home court advantage. You missed my entire point, as you assumed the mavs would be the 2 seed having home court advantage against the 3seed Denver, and you would get Portland in the 1st round, then Utah in the 2nd in that scenario, but that scenario is no certain thing, given how poorly you guys have been playing on the road, and the fact that you have WAY MORE road games left than home games. Dallas has a serious chance to overtake the Lakers for the #1seed, and have home court advantage throughout the palyoffs against everyone besides Cleveland. That is why I asked the question... [b]Do Lakers fans think they can beat Dallas in a WCF where Dallas has home court advantage?[/b]

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^That was great. i love Barnes, but Kobe put him right in his place for that one. ? for the lakers fans... The Lakers are 3 games ahead of the Mavericks right now in the standings. Y'all have lost 3 in a row, and have a few nagging injuries to Kobe and Artest. When looking at the remainder of your schedule, you have almost twice as many road games as home games. And although you only have 4 games against real hard competition, the Lakers road record is not good when compared to Cleveland, Dallas, Boston, OKC, and Orlando On the other hand, Dallas has won 11 in a row, including victories against the Lakers, Orlando, and 5 other playoff teams. Sure, Jason Terry is out for 10-14 days, but Dallas is deep, and surprisingly now, a great 4th quarter defensive team since the trade. Dallas schedule is the opposite of the Lakers, they have two home games for every road game left, and their road record is good anyway, not to mention the winning streak since the trade. My question is, since Dallas stopped you guys cold in the 4th quarter of Dalls' most recent february 24th victory over the lakers, including stifling Kobe and Pau... ...do you think the lakers will beat this new defensive Dallas team in a 7 game series... ...IF...Dallas closes the 3 game lead and gains home court advantage over the lakers? It looks very very possible, as the lead was just 6 games last week, and Dallas is on a tear with an easy schedule, while LA has a tough march schedule. I'm not here trying to rile y'all up, I'm just wondering if y'all have looked at what is happening, and are maybe trying to look at things humbly?

Replied in Official L.A Lakers thread, 2 Weeks ago in Sports

Henry Kissinger is the MF I'd torture to death with absolutely no fear of prosecution in the afterlife. Since Mao, Stalin, etc are Dead, Henry Kissinger has been the most rotten being on earth. [Quote]Yeah, Bill O'Reilly deserves a viciously foul downfall. But he's not 1/2 as rotten as: Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck, Ann Coulter, or the kings of republican-hate-talk, MARK LEVIN AND MICHAEL SAVAGE (Michael Weiner)

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[Quote]step #1. Pour in salt and alcohol step #2. shake step #3. rinse everyone always thinks we're fishing pipe cleaners all thru those intricate tree percolators and sh!t LOL. It's easy Doom smokeyface

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[Quote]half-moon bald fades are coming back fierce. every follower with a high-top is either gonna step that sh!t, let it lock up L.O.N.S. style, or wolf the top down into some thick waves with a lowset bald fade.

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faux-hawks been thru for a while. everyone went back to tapers(blowouts for you whites/latinos) and caesers.

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[Quote]lol grumbling backwards son! lol I haven't known broke since around 18.

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^best believe I was burning 5 dutches a day before I learned better. blunts had their time in my life, no more though. really not even many spliffs anymore. glass-on-glass, vape , or food is the way.

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Everyone, PSA: Vape, eat, glass, or roll up in white paper. Stop rolling up in tobacco. Peace.smokeyface

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