In defence of Haslett's defence

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Re: In defence of Haslett's defence

Postby Kilmer72 » Mon Dec 30, 2013 4:14 pm

StorminMormon86 wrote:Over at redskins.com, they have a list of 8 other coaches who were fired besides Mike. Haslett is not on that list. Why?


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Re: In defence of Haslett's defence

Postby UK Skins Fan » Mon Dec 30, 2013 4:34 pm

Irn-Bru wrote:But what about spotted dick?

A classic of English cuisine :-)
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Re: In defence of Haslett's defence

Postby Kilmer72 » Mon Dec 30, 2013 4:38 pm

UK Skins Fan wrote:
Irn-Bru wrote:But what about spotted dick?

A classic of English cuisine :-)


As a chef I want to know how often Beef Wellington is eaten there?

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Re: In defence of Haslett's defence

Postby UK Skins Fan » Mon Dec 30, 2013 4:45 pm

Kilmer72 wrote:
UK Skins Fan wrote:
Irn-Bru wrote:But what about spotted dick?

A classic of English cuisine :-)


As a chef I want to know how often Beef Wellington is eaten there?

That's just about my favourite dish. It's not eaten anywhere near as much as it should be, but that's probably related to price. For less money, people can get a lot more steak with chips (fries to you). Also, it's not available in enough places. Beef Wellington, followed by Spotted Dick - magic :-)
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Re: In defence of Haslett's defence

Postby Countertrey » Mon Dec 30, 2013 10:47 pm

This has taken an unfortunate turn...
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Re: In defence of Haslett's defence

Postby UK Skins Fan » Tue Dec 31, 2013 5:08 am

Countertrey wrote:This has taken an unfortunate turn...

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Re: In defence of Haslett's defence

Postby DaSkinz Baby » Tue Dec 31, 2013 6:35 am

This seems to me or any other person with any type of Football understanding that if someone doesn't have a good defense in New Orleans and get's fired, then goes to St. Louis and get's fired, and that is with a 4-3, then comes to another team and changes what he did AND FAILED AT IT, and then for 4 years has a 3-4 defense that consistently ranked at the bottom, for me, that alone is enough to warrant dismissal, I don't know too many employers that keep employee's that have consistent decreased production, I can only think at Dysfunction Alley, AKA Redskins Park, I believe Haslett went to Allen and or Snyder and told them he was against the 3-4 switch, and that it was told to switch and even when it wasn't working Shanahan didn't care. I mean to me when has Shanahan ever been known to be a defensive guru? Besides he only switched to a 3-4 because Belicheat told him too and told him to hire Haslett!! At this point since nothing can be done I don't mind Haslett still being here. His days are numbered, my greatest issue with all who are still left hired is the Forrester. WTF is that bum still here, the way Chester and Polumbus played and he couldn't coach no other lineman up to take the starting positions away from them two sap suckers, he should have been sent packing along with Mike and Kyle, I also think Bobby Turner should have been retained. He did do good work with Helu and Morris IMHO.......

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Re: In defence of Haslett's defence

Postby Countertrey » Tue Dec 31, 2013 7:01 am

UK Skins Fan wrote:
Irn-Bru wrote:But what about spotted dick?

A classic of English cuisine :-)

Should the words "classic", "English", and "cuisine" ever be seen in the same sentence?
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Re: In defence of Haslett's defence

Postby DarthMonk » Tue Dec 31, 2013 7:43 am

Countertrey wrote:Should the words "classic", "English", and "cuisine" ever be seen in the same sentence?


Only when asking ... or perhaps when answering.
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Re: In defence of Haslett's defence

Postby UK Skins Fan » Tue Dec 31, 2013 12:28 pm

Countertrey wrote:
UK Skins Fan wrote:
Irn-Bru wrote:But what about spotted dick?

A classic of English cuisine :-)

Should the words "classic", "English", and "cuisine" ever be seen in the same sentence?

Absolutely. Over here, we invented some foods that don't involve relish.
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Re: In defence of Haslett's defence

Postby Countertrey » Tue Dec 31, 2013 12:32 pm

UK Skins Fan wrote:
Countertrey wrote:
UK Skins Fan wrote:A classic of English cuisine :-)

Should the words "classic", "English", and "cuisine" ever be seen in the same sentence?

Absolutely. Over here, we invented some foods that don't involve relish.

Is that the same as saying "You don't have to like our food in order to eat it"? :mrgreen:
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Re: In defence of Haslett's defence

Postby UK Skins Fan » Tue Dec 31, 2013 12:59 pm

Countertrey wrote:Is that the same as saying "You don't have to like our food in order to eat it"? :mrgreen:

To be honest, I've completely forgotten what we were talking about :-)
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Re: In defence of Haslett's defence

Postby Countertrey » Tue Dec 31, 2013 2:26 pm

UK Skins Fan wrote:
Countertrey wrote:Is that the same as saying "You don't have to like our food in order to eat it"? :mrgreen:

To be honest, I've completely forgotten what we were talking about :-)

The topic was photography...
film or electronic medium? Do you prefer rare?
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Re: In defence of Haslett's defence

Postby UK Skins Fan » Tue Dec 31, 2013 3:37 pm

Countertrey wrote:
UK Skins Fan wrote:
Countertrey wrote:Is that the same as saying "You don't have to like our food in order to eat it"? :mrgreen:

To be honest, I've completely forgotten what we were talking about :-)

The topic was photography...
film or electronic medium? Do you prefer rare?

Black and white, and medium rare.
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Re: In defence of Haslett's defence

Postby Kilmer72 » Tue Dec 31, 2013 6:54 pm

Countertrey wrote:
UK Skins Fan wrote:
Irn-Bru wrote:But what about spotted dick?

A classic of English cuisine :-)

Should the words "classic", "English", and "cuisine" ever be seen in the same sentence?


LMAO!!! In defense of English Cuisine most top notch chefs compete to see who can make the best Beaf Wellington. English foods are generally bland in most cases. Then again so is American cuisine. It may not be very good for you, but imo nothing is better than a classic English breakfast.

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