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Resumen Weekend Edition 25/05 26/05

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Matisohe wrote:

No puedo ver eso del fono viejo. No entienden eh.

Es Juanjo. Fija. O alguno de LNOL de los viejos. Onda lucas bazzoka

Pero si había un user que era Bilardo!

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Quedé huerfanisimo luego del aftermath de la Nacion. Ahora solo hay claridad y orden táctico.
Gracias a todos.

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Hola Bilardios, traigo esto en nombre de nuestro vago MVP

PandaUncool wrote:

Antes que nada, un saludo para la manga de degenerados los guests del día de todos los rincones de Argentina y el mundo: Santa Fe, Rosario, La Plata, Marsella. Veo un cartel de Villa del Parque también, lindo barrio, viví ahí, saludos para la barra de Argerich.
Ahora sí, pasemos al cuestionario de Bilardios.

1: ¿Cuál es la palabra más repetida en el foro?
a) Marx
b) Planilla
c) VORP
d) La palabra ahora reemplazada por Marx

2: Completar el siguiente párrafo de manera tal que quede un texto con sentido que refleje la realidad:
"Inge y Rodrigoat _____________ juntos a San _____________, donde exploraron _______________. Esa experiencia los volvió muy _____________ y ahora pasan sus días ______________."

3: ¿Cuál de las siguientes etnias no está representada en el foro? (leve INADI alert)
a) Judío
b) Chino
c) Boliguayo
d) Negro de piel

4: ¿Cuál es el usuario más gracioso y con comentarios más agudos?
a) Panda
b) Panda
c) 🐼
d) Todas las anteriores son correctas

Tenés hasta mañana al mediodía para contestar, porque los jueves mi esposa llega temprano y no me deja boludear tanto en el foro. Si no contestás agrego a tu familia en mis plegarias de las noches. Saludos.

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Gritoni wrote:

Chiques, estamos omitiendo el dato mas importante: SALIMOS EN GOOGLE

Proximo paso, cotizar en bolsa

Yo todavía no sé por qué no estás sacando guita con publicidad. No invasiva por favor

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Bilardo wrote:

Encontré este foro googleando:
NBA Foro Gritoni.
Soy felíz.


Al fin alguien que sabe no solo como encarar el fútbol sino también la vida! Me caes bien Carlos.

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http://sj.uploads.im/t/QnvJc.png

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Gritoni wrote:

Chiques, estamos omitiendo el dato mas importante: SALIMOS EN GOOGLE

Proximo paso, cotizar en bolsa


Nos darías una parte de acciones por ser parte desde el inicio de este foro?

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nemesis wrote:

Nos darías una parte de acciones por ser parte desde el inicio de este foro?

No.
Saludos

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Gritoni wrote:

Chiques, estamos omitiendo el dato mas importante: SALIMOS EN GOOGLE

Proximo paso, cotizar en bolsa

Encima lo busque y es verdad. 
Es más, con solo poner Gritoni ya te linkea al foro.

Hacemos un podcast?

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Bilardo wrote:

Estás en Canadá o usas un proxy o vpn?
Te puedo invitar al partido de la fábrica

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Bienvenido Carlos Salvador, pense que estabas viendo la luz al final del túnel!

Shimmy Hendris wrote:

Me alegra su incorporación al foro, le agrega un poco de diversidad entre tanto bielsistas como Venka y yo.


Sumame siempre del lado Bielsista de la vida!

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Splash! wrote:

Sumame siempre del lado perdedor de la vida!

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33

La historia del Canadian way of life me conmovió hasta los bidones. Por eso la bandera.

Mentira, es el proxy

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34

Lakers 2.0: The failed reboot of the NBA's crown jewel

El chabon agarra un lanzallamas y entra a darle al Staples. Durísimo.

Johnson and Pelinka allowed James' management team what was considered unusual access by many people around the team and league. And tensions boiled over in an early February locker room blow-up. All of it put the organization in a near-constant state of disarray, as epitomized on the night of their final regular-season game, when Johnson resigned without telling anyone in the organization, including Buss. Three days later, coach Luke Walton and the organization agreed to part ways.


According to nearly two dozen current and former team staffers, ranging from occupants of executive suites to office cubicles, in addition to league sources and others close to the team, the Lakers under Johnson and Pelinka were fraught with dysfunction, on and off the court. These sources, who feared reprisal and weren't authorized to speak publicly, describe Pelinka and Johnson as managers who made unilateral free-agent acquisitions; triggered a spate of tampering investigations and fines; berated staffers, including Walton; and created an in-house culture that many current and former longtime staffers said marginalized their colleagues, inspired fear and led to feelings of anxiety severe enough that at least two staffers suffered panic attacks.

As one ex-Lakers star privately told confidants, "It's f----ng crazy over there."


Pelinka and Johnson made the signings while seeking little to no consultation from them, even forgoing gathering intel from staffers who had previously worked with some of the players they had signed. Some employees learned of the signings through media reports. A Lakers spokesperson said Pelinka and Johnson consulted with everyone in the front office but that decisions ultimately rested with them.

"We all had the same reaction that the basketball world did, like what the f--- are we doing?" one Lakers coaching staff member told ESPN. "Not only are we not getting shooting, but we're also getting every basket case left on the market."

"We were all confused," a front office staffer said. "All of it made no sense."


In November, NBA commissioner Adam Silver and Maverick Carter, LeBron's longtime business partner, met for lunch. James' agent, Rich Paul, was seated at a nearby table, and at one point, approached Silver to complain about Walton, multiple sources familiar with the interaction told ESPN. Paul said he didn't believe Walton was the right coach for the Lakers. Silver shrugged off the remark and asked whom Paul thought would be the right coach. Paul suggested Tyronn Lue.

Paul was also letting it be known through back-channel conversations, including those with reporters, that he wasn't on board with Walton. Paul criticized how Walton allotted minutes to players and his inconsistent lineups, which were partly the result of injuries and suspensions. Members of the Lakers' coaching staff became aware of those conversations and wondered whether Johnson's heated meeting with Walton was influenced by Paul.


For instance, three Lakers sources familiar with team travel details independently told ESPN that Paul rode on the Lakers' charter plane on multiple occasions this season, an act that front-office executives, other NBA general managers and other agents around the league said is highly unusual -- if not unheard of.


"Coaches know Rich is trying to get them fired, and players know Rich is trying to get them traded," said one agent with ties to the Lakers, who called Paul's presence on the plane "destructive."

Given Klutch's access, rival agents -- even those representing players on the roster -- said they were wary of allowing young clients to join the Lakers, fearing they'd be recruited or poached.

Why all of these disparate events occurred or were allowed to occur became a topic of conversation at various levels of the organization. The general consensus? Inexperience on the part of management.

"Rob and Magic have never done this job, they have no idea how to do it, let alone how to do it in the space with those guys [from Klutch Sports]," said one NBA front-office executive who worked with James on a different team.


"Guys know there's no trust there," one Lakers coaching staff member told ESPN before the season ended. "Guys know the new [administration] has completely bent over to the agent world and were overly sensitive to having these one-sided relationships with these guys where they kind of control our every move because we're 'big-game hunting.'"


A Lakers executive said he also suffered panic attacks and had to be prescribed anti-anxiety medication. "Every day you go in there and you get this horrible feeling of anxiety," the executive said. "In the last year, I can't tell you how many panic attacks I've had from the s--- that has happened there."


Pelinka's penchant for "storytelling," multiple Lakers staffers told ESPN, is viewed as disingenuous -- at best.

"There was one time when Kobe, who I worked with for 18 years, was going back to play in Madison Square Garden, and he had just seen 'The Dark Knight,'" Pelinka said. "Obviously, you guys saw that movie, and he's like, 'Hey, hook me up with dinner with Heath Ledger, because he got so locked into that role. I want to know how he mentally went there.' So, he had dinner with Heath, and he talked about how he locks in for a role.

"And Kobe used some of that in his game against the Knicks."

"The Dark Knight" was released in July 2008, six months after Ledger died. A source with direct knowledge said no such arrangement was made and no dinner ever took place.


Pelinka has also been known to sit in on pregame and halftime coaches' meetings, something staff members and other front-office executives -- including general managers -- said is irregular for an NBA GM.


In some circles around the NBA, Linda Rambis has been referred to as a "shadow owner" of the Lakers, a title that one front-office staffer said Rambis enjoys, noting: "She loves it," and that "she controls and manipulates Jeanie."

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35

Narigon, el foro quiere que completes la encuesta, pensa que la hizo panda cuando era candidato a MVP

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36

Matisohe wrote:

Estás en Canadá o usas un proxy o vpn?
Te puedo invitar al partido de la fábrica


Mati que te dijimos de emocionarte de más, deja esas nalgas para el vikingo y dale tiempo al muchacho.
Después le mandas boa.

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Parece que la ausencia de partidos hace que salga contenido cabaretero. Primero LAL, ahora:

Greg Brady, SNET Canada wrote:

"Vince Carter's relationship with the Raptors was ugly. He felt so disenfranchised in his final year he would audibly call out the plays during the game so the opposing team could hear him and get an advantage. It's why I hope they never retire his number."


He never admired the team or city the same way they did back


he convinced TMAC to leave as well, and that there were alot of frustrating altercations in his final year, but doesn't rid the blame away from the Raptors, they played a hand in it too.


2004 wrote:

With 29 seconds remaining in the game, the Raptors called a timeout. According to the Sonics, Carter returned from the huddle and lined up along the edge of the key. Before the play began, he said directly to the Seattle bench, "It's a flare. It's a flare."

The Raptors then ran a flare play.

Three members of the Sonics confirmed Carter tried to tip them off.

https://www.cbc.ca/sports/basketball/di … n-1.506817

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A 3 años

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Leí por ahí que KD acaba de poner en venta su casa en la Bahía y busca otra en New York. Si es indicativo de algo...

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lauchaman81 wrote:

Leí por ahí que KD acaba de poner en venta su casa en la Bahía y busca otra en New York. Si es indicativo de algo...

Por el solo hecho de trollear, siendo KD saldría a buscar casa en las otras 27 ciudades.

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