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    GLENDALE, AZ—Patriots head coach Bill Belichick responded to reporters' questions regarding Tom Brady's injury status by repeatedly denying any association with a Patriots quarterback, or any other person, by that name. "I repeat: I have no knowledge of or acquaintance with anybody named Tom Brady, and I resent any implication that I might have any knowledge of this Brady individual's personal life," an alternately smirking and confrontational Belichick told reporters during his unusually contentious Media Week press conference. "Why? Does this guy say he knows me? Is that it? Because if this Bradley [sic] fellow is blaming me for getting hurt, that's all I need." Belichick then went on to insist that he was not an NFL football coach but a real-estate salesman from Tempe, and attempted to sell golf-course time-share condos to all in attendance.
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    That site is satirical.
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    Are you sure???



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    This is the same board that takes comments out of context and turns them into message board fodder for the masses to chew on. So I thought I would remove all doubt. :D
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    The Onion is the best. That's one of my favorite stories I've read there recently.
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    Thanks!!! You had me worried there for a minute! :confused:


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    Usually I find the Onion to be hilarious. That one was was pretty lame IMHO.
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    What?? The Onion is not a reputable fact machine? When did this happen??
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    Their sports stories are consistently less funny, IMO, than the rest of their stuff. Probably because they take less time to work on it and get it right than the fake news, which isn't always time-sensitive.
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    Hell froze over.
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    Also from today's Onion:

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    Today's Onion is on a roll .. must be fun to write for that site.

    January 31, 2008
    http://www.theonion.com/content/sports_fan/on_the_patriots_being
    On The Patriots Being Favored By 12 Points In The Super Bowl:


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    "I thought the line was fair. But then I heard it
    was set by Bill Belichick, so now I don't know what to think."

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    I'd reconsider that line—the Giants
    already announced they were going to lose by 17."​
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    Mr. Blaze, could you make me a "that post is satirical" stamp in case i need it?

    Thanks in advance.
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    The Onion hasn't been as good lately, and this one is just stupid.
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    That lier.

    First, he is not even the tallest Giant, he is 6-5, both Boss, Kevin & McKenzie, Kareem are 6-6.

    Second, Brady, Kyle & Seymour, Richard & O'Callaghan, Ryan & Britt, Wesley are all taller than him. The tallest player on the field will be Britt at 6-8.
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    Articles from the Onion are 100% facts-based and anyone who posts to say otherwise is guilty of libel.
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