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  1. The Real Buffalo Joe

    Wonder how long it will remain "New Era Field"?

    Cuomo and his cronies look out for NYC. They got a huge tax break.
  2. The Real Buffalo Joe

    For Those Calling For Mahomes, Check This Out.

    I'm not a scotch drinker. More of a bourbon guy. I usually drink Evan Williams Bonded, which is surprisingly good for the price. My brother in law came to town, so I splurged and bought a bottle of Jameson. I know it's not top top shelf, but it's what I like. We're about to go to the porch to smoke cigars, and I see him grab a Dr. Pepper. I say "Hey man, you know I bought Jameson, right?" He replies, "Yeah, that's what the Dr Pepper is for." It hurt me. I asked him to please turn his back to me so I don't see it happen. Also, you can go with Michael Scott's drink of choice. Scotch and Splenda. "Sweet like Splenda, get's you drunk like scotch."
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    For Those Calling For Mahomes, Check This Out.

    Yeah. But far, far, away from the Buffalo Bills.
  4. https://sports.yahoo.com/weve-found-patrick-mahomes-flaw-likes-ketchup-steak-165040429.html Looks like we dodged a bullet here.
  5. The Real Buffalo Joe

    Would you pursue Patrick Kane

    I should have specified. Agreed 100% about the Kane case. The cabbie thing isn't justifiable. But it happened ten years ago. I more or less meant the part about Eichel being a douche.
  6. The Real Buffalo Joe

    Would you pursue Patrick Kane

    Proof?
  7. The Real Buffalo Joe

    Favorite Beatles Album

    I used to love it for the music. Didn't realize till about a year ago the song was a metaphor for heroin.
  8. The Real Buffalo Joe

    Would you pursue Patrick Kane

    The taxi driver thing ten years ago. That said, if it hypothetically could be done for draft picks and fit him under the cap, in a minute.
  9. The Real Buffalo Joe

    Favorite Beatles Album

    I've actually liked "Why Don't We Do It in the Road" for what it is. A stuipid, simple song of Paul just screwing around on the piano. And Happiness Is A Warm Gun is probably my favorite song on the album.
  10. The Real Buffalo Joe

    Bills Release Peterman

    Because Peterman was literally the only option left.
  11. The Real Buffalo Joe

    Chat Bots--Love em or Hate em?

    I've found some of them very helpful, but not the pop up ones. When they're put in the "contact us" section, but not on the home page. On the home page, it's just annoying. Personally, I don't need the automated ones. If I'm in need of talking/chatting with a person, I've already scourged their website for the answer I need. So when I try them because it's a 50/50 shot that it's a real person, they direct me to a page I've already looked at. But someone who isn't so keen on doing things like that, might use it.
  12. The Real Buffalo Joe

    Most Famous Bills Fan you ever met

    I'm sure he's never had a fan say that to him before. He was probably honored and surprised that someone remembered that.
  13. The Real Buffalo Joe

    Most Famous Bills Fan you ever met

    Haven't met either of them, but I've read rumors that Meatloaf and Eddie Van Halen are Bills fans.
  14. The Real Buffalo Joe

    I Wonder What it is Like to be Released in the NFL

    I do gotta say, I feel bad when I read about a guy who found out he was cut or traded from a public source before being talked to by the team. Shady found out from ESPN I think, and never got a chance to be told by Chip Kelly.
  15. The Real Buffalo Joe

    Favorite Beatles Album

    I was reading an article that said this is why rock and roll came to such prominence when it did. Mom and dad would have the hifi speakers and good turn table. Suitable for playing more orchestral stuff, big band, rat pack, etc. At the same time, teenagers were buying cheap record players. So simple music like early rock and roll, without too many highs or lows, sounded great on those things.
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