Friday, November 11, 2005

Anticipation

By this post I should be in California meeting the next dishonorable jackass in a black robe. I anticipate he will have no regard or care for truth as every one of his predecessors have shown. I care not and they can continue to view my mercy as weakness. I cannot lose and only I know this because the irrefutable evidence I possess is known by no one, not even Scott. It is and has been my endless source of confidence and can only be revealed when the wickedness of my foe is come to its completion. I love it when a plan comes together! Their folly is as they chase a presumption in my delight. Judge Alsup gave me the clue to their intention and I was prepared that day. Watch these proud men scramble when I expose their evil twisted morality. They are almost at the end of my toleration and at the center of the snare. Many of you will be fasting as you eat your words. The celebration of some days are worth the wait. Even my so called helpers and deliverers will have mouth agape because they did not prayerfully consider their roles. People are too impressed by their corrupt government as an evil man is blinded by his own thought a collective can also fall. Men without virtue are weak and the power they assert is vanity for one strong man can prevail.

39 comments:

acenothing said...

Whatever it is you are smoking...PLEASE send it to me. Are you kidding...

"I cannot lose and only I know this because the irrefutable evidence I possess is known by no one"

Yyu better tell someone soon or get use to being F'd in the A by your cell mate and lover bubba.

tcob247 said...

you seem to have the same confidence that Irwin Schiff had

Elmer Fudd said...

acenothing said...
Whatever it is you are smoking...PLEASE send it to me. Are you kidding...

"I cannot lose and only I know this because the irrefutable evidence I possess is known by no one"

Yyu better tell someone soon or get use to being F'd in the A by your cell mate and lover bubba.

Only thing he could be smoking is a vein laited meatpipe right about now. And Ask Clueless he's the expert in that area the Sissy bastard. :P

Tony Tuba said...

Anticipation? Carly Simon?

Anticipation? Ketchup?

Tony Tuba said...

Looks like an effort to save swami is underway. I got this off the wildcardz site.



4Truth Posted-

We’re going to have to act swiftly if we ever want to see Swami come out of this alive.
I’m assembling a RECON team and will need volunteers.

Here is the plan:
I’m going in undercover as a fair skinned Latino stripper…you know…the funky looking kind with odd amounts of body hair and weird lumps in none of the right places? Anyway, it will be OK, because my real “IN” will be that I will also be pimping young congressional page boys as well as a small selection of highly trained farm animals. Heh, Heh, - Boy if there are two things that no banker can resist… Anyway, I’ll really be using feral pigs for all of the farm animal roles because they are the only animals that I know of that don’t mind getting beastie with Evil Bankers. I will also NARE a few of them down and trim their tusks so they pass off as Jumbo Labrador Hairless Guinea Pigs…not really farm animals - but are considered highly desirable exotics in evil banker sex circles.
Anyway, I’ll need volunteers for the congressional page roles.
Applications are now being accepted.
We are looking for cheerful, self-motivated individuals who are determined to suckseed. We offer 401K, full medical and dental (which you will need by the end of this mission, I assure you). Transportation will be provided to and from the drop point and between johns. You will be able to retain 60% of your under cover earnings. And we will have a sales spiff for the most bankers boinked (42” flat screen LCD HD TV, 2 year Platinum Direct TV subscription with high speed internet access, Pentium 4, multi-media computer with Bose 4.0 Dolby surround sound system including 80db. sub-woofer, with power amp and cross over). A full protection / relocation program is available after the mission has been fully completed for qualifying individuals* which includes full paper identity; new SS, Drivers license, Birth cert., New CC’s, voters registration, plastic surgery and your choice of one of five favorable relocation destinations.
*(Candidates subject to board review).
Full mission briefing will be held on the day of departure.

Please send a resumes along with a picture of yourself; bare-chested, wearing roller-skates, Daisy Dukes and rainbow suspenders to:

SAVESWAMI
ATTN: Patience
PO BOX 492.
Burbank, CA. 0U812

son of a prophet said...

"THOU SHALT NOT PRACTICE DIVINATION...."

Listenig to Coast to Coast with George Noory the other night and half asleep as it comes on late in my time zone, someone was talking about the fact that we are soon entering the "Age of Aquarius"

Funny, now didnt the 5th Dimesnsion singing group have just such a song in the 60's that went something like....

"When the moon is in the seventh house, and Mercury aligns with Mars, then Peace shall guide the Planet and love will rule the stars....This is the dawning of the Age of Aquarius....'

Hmmmmmm..... Now how could they know this time was coming????...

Simple. they were an Illuminati sponsored group, just like 99% of all entertainment/media outlets.

Addenda: BTW, anyone know if/when the moon will be in the "7th House" and when Mercury will align with Mars?

Id be willing to bet that this alignment will occur in the next few years or just about when the Iraq war ends and Babylon is established.

Peace.

Justice7777777 said...

Kurt, You sound like a fortune cookie.

Anybody who follows this guy now . . . well, it will be hard to feel sorry for you when you get burned.

How can people allign themselves with such nutty rants. It is not surprising that this blog attracts "cut and paste" conspiracy freaks.

Kurt says: Follow me; Good sunshine rise off frogs back when secret weapon make big noise. Lucky numbers 2,9,8,3,7.

Seen it in Utah said...

I'm pretty sure that I can hear the music from The Twilight Zone in the background...

neodemes said...

"I cannot lose and only I know this because the irrefutable evidence I possess is known by no one, not even Scott."

ROFLMAO

Dorean Victims Unite

sd said...

negitives, negitives, negitives, for months I have been reading nothing from you guys but negitives, half-truths, name-calling and innuindo.
You'll never get what you call straight answers from Kurt because you don't know what you want. You ask stupid questions directly after complaining and whinning to him for his help.
Wake up people, this man is in jail. If I were Kurt I'd have closed this blog many months ago but he has at least kept a line of communication open. What have you done. Don't answer that, I'll answer it for you. You have bitched and complained and called him names and made rude remarks as if this were some sort of game to you.
You question his methods, his motives and his faith.
I agree that victims sometimes can't see when they are being taken. You bunch of bandwagon jumpers can't see that the real problem is not Kurt it is your own wicked hearts. You jumped on the wagon when you thought you would get something for near nothing and now that the going is rough, you want off and want the wagon driver shot in the process. You see Kurt as if you were looking in a mirror. No wonder he seems so evil to you.
If you are that much against him, then just let our wonderous judicial system take care of him or do you now question the integrity of the system also? Are you scared that it will not do the right thing? Well now, if you do question the system then you must now be defined a conspricy theorist. Welcome aboard.

Morons ...

Hey son of something, the words to the song are: "When Jupiter aligns with Mars"

son of a prophet said...

OK, when Jupiter aligns with M&M's....

Whatever.... So, when does this occur??

(Hopefully not before all of you get your mortage discharged.)

Peace.

Elmer Fudd said...

sd said...
negitives, negitives, negitives, for months I have been reading nothing from you guys but negitives, half-truths, name-calling and innuindo.
You'll never get what you call straight answers from Kurt because you don't know what you want. You ask stupid questions directly after complaining and whinning to him for his help.
Wake up people, this man is in jail. If I were Kurt I'd have closed this blog many months ago but he has at least kept a line of communication open. What have you done. Don't answer that, I'll answer it for you. You have bitched and complained and called him names and made rude remarks as if this were some sort of game to you.
You question his methods, his motives and his faith.
I agree that victims sometimes can't see when they are being taken. You bunch of bandwagon jumpers can't see that the real problem is not Kurt it is your own wicked hearts. You jumped on the wagon when you thought you would get something for near nothing and now that the going is rough, you want off and want the wagon driver shot in the process. You see Kurt as if you were looking in a mirror. No wonder he seems so evil to you.
If you are that much against him, then just let our wonderous judicial system take care of him or do you now question the integrity of the system also? Are you scared that it will not do the right thing? Well now, if you do question the system then you must now be defined a conspricy theorist. Welcome aboard.

Morons ...

Hey son of something, the words to the song are: "When Jupiter aligns with Mars"

Another Victim hanging on and hoping Kurt will be victorious!! Hey SD you have any Cigarettes? there's a nice 8x10 for ya.

underground fighter said...

Kurt,

There will come a time when the truth you seek to reveal to the people will be either suppressed by the Gov't Wolves, or found unacceptable by the troves of lemmings who hold mortgages on their homes.

Ultimately, it is my belief that you have undertaken a task that will cost you your soul as well as your freedom and reputation.

The war you and Scott have elected to fight is for the benefit of people that largely PREFER to go along their merry way making illegal mortgage payments to the deep pockets of the bankers and the mortgage industry. Unbelievable as it may seem, more so for you where you now sit, these people will rebuff your exposure of the truth and continue to make those illegal payments.

True, some, like myself, who tried to get my illegal mortgage remedied, but failed simply due to late timing and your unfortunate arrest, will back you in one form or other. Some will offer immediate assistance of money and/or help. Some will simply offer moral support. But some will occupy the underground background and work to train their children and others of the perils of the Gov't and the Bankers. And some will take the fight to the underworld where these powerful people reside. Forecasting, it is easy to see that some may die to bring the truth to the people and some may die keeping that truth from the people.

Don't let yourselves become casualties of this war. Strike a deal...get your freedom back and take the fight to a different battleground at a different level of play. If you don't, you may find your destiny cut short at the hands of your enemies, or worse, you will die helplessly of old age in a cell controlled by these same enemies.

Play the game without playing the game. Get out, Then get right.

Even Christ lashed out at the merchants.

Tony Tuba said...

I would like to speak to dorean clients on a serious note without the normal smart ass remark from non dorean clients. At what point do we say this is absolutely not going to happen? To me if by February 1st no clients have received any money from the sale of the judgements then this truly is a farce and a joke. I don't understand how there could be dealings with another company, libo, when the system we are currently doing hasn't worked yet. That really bothers me. Either get dorean clients paid up or shut the hell up. It has become pathetic to read the posts by Kurt because he has now said the same thing over and over with a slight variation of wording about 100 times. Like I said if you can pull this off fantastic. If you can't then leave people alone and lets move on with our lives again. You can't keep pushing this off longer and longer anymore. Libo told people two months ago that payments from escrow would begin at any moment. Libo people need to shut the hell up. Kurt you have a deadline for my personal sanity which is February 1st. I hope others will join me in A February 1st deadline. Time to put up or shut up Kurt. Don't give me some holier than though answer back either because that will make you look like you can't deliver again. February 1st. Do something, anything once that you said you can or will do. Just one result.

tcob247 said...

good post jif

I have already reached the personal sanity deadline.

After about a half dozen broken promises and straight out lies, I saw the hand writing on the wall.

I don't expect anything from this process, so therefore my sanity is back to normal

I just am semi-amused at Kurt's ramblings from JAIL and his blind followers who still support him.

Here are the rules that work.

Apply for a mortgage
Qualify for a mortgage
Receive funds
Pay on loan
Keep house

Pretty simple actually
Too bad I got side tracked with lies

Elmer Fudd said...

jif said...
I would like to speak to dorean clients on a serious note without the normal smart ass remark from non dorean clients. At what point do we say this is absolutely not going to happen? To me if by February 1st no clients have received any money from the sale of the judgements then this truly is a farce and a joke. I don't understand how there could be dealings with another company, libo, when the system we are currently doing hasn't worked yet. That really bothers me. Either get dorean clients paid up or shut the hell up. It has become pathetic to read the posts by Kurt because he has now said the same thing over and over with a slight variation of wording about 100 times. Like I said if you can pull this off fantastic. If you can't then leave people alone and lets move on with our lives again. You can't keep pushing this off longer and longer anymore. Libo told people two months ago that payments from escrow would begin at any moment. Libo people need to shut the hell up. Kurt you have a deadline for my personal sanity which is February 1st. I hope others will join me in A February 1st deadline. Time to put up or shut up Kurt. Don't give me some holier than though answer back either because that will make you look like you can't deliver again. February 1st. Do something, anything once that you said you can or will do. Just one result.

Good Post, but i bet nothing will come out of it.

god said...

"I cannot lose and only I know this because the irrefutable evidence I possess is known by no one, not even Scott."


now that the jackass in a black robe knows that you possess the irrefutable evidence, how are you going to get out of there, Kurt?

neodemes said...

tcob247 said...
Apply for a mortgage
Qualify for a mortgage
Receive funds
Pay on loan
Keep house

Pretty simple actually
Too bad I got side tracked with lies

***********************************

There is one VERY important and simple step to add in there.

Pay whatever you can afford each month as Principle Only payments.

You WILL knock years and thousands of dollars of interest off your mortgage.

Find yourself a financial calculator that will create an amortization schedule and see for yourself.

You can find one HERE

The only time this doesn't make sense to do is if you can invest the money you would otherwise be paying to accelerate the mortgage pay-off in such a way as to generate a return greater than your savings.

Elmer Fudd said...

Hey Neo just curious are you a Mortgage broker? No Reason Just Curious.

neodemes said...

No ties to banking whatsoever, Elmer.

I'm just a guy with an interest in real estate investing.

http://www.neodemesne.com

Never heard of Dorean until some fool tried promoting them on my forum.

The rest is history.

god said...
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god said...

yeah, tboc247, take that one VERY important and simple step: pay off that damn mortgage and get on with your life.

of course, we all know that you will not take that advice to heart, because we all know that you really don't want to pay at all.

kynthia--dd4504 said...

Anticipation

Hey whistleblower, you got an interesting blog here! I'm definitely bookmarking you right now!

I have a Fantasy Knives site. It pretty much covers
knives related stuff.

Come and check out knives if you get time :-)

tcob247 said...

God....
How did you come up with this?

I've never missed a payment

Up yours God

I know that sounds bad but you are not god for sure.

LOL

Elmer Fudd said...

Gotcha...We'll even though i'm not a Dorean Supporter, i think Mortgage Brokers we'll Most of them anyway get away with Murder by taking advantage of people in Bad situations. Young Lady in my Town. Her Husband Died On 9/11 Saving people, and This greedy Mortgage Broker took advantage, and to make a long story short Quickclaim Etc, she was living on the street. Downright Shameful.

getmeoffthisride said...

Nice knives.

son of a prophet said...

Sorry, cant help myself.....

....somewhere, somehow, if there is a QUICKclaim, it follows that there must also be a SLOWclaim. Now, whats the difference??.....is that like a 'quickie', vs. a 'slowie'.....aw, forget about it....

Peace.

Elmer Fudd said...

son of a prophet said...
Sorry, cant help myself.....

....somewhere, somehow, if there is a QUICKclaim, it follows that there must also be a SLOWclaim. Now, whats the difference??.....is that like a 'quickie', vs. a 'slowie'.....aw, forget about it....

Not sure if that's a joke? But the poor lady with kids in tow being tricked by siging over a quickclaim and losing her house is not all that funny to me. If it wasn't a joke then excuse me.

tcob247 said...

Nov. 13, 2005

COACH Charlie Weis: First of all, we're happy to get through that game yesterday with a victory. We were definitely concerned with Navy and their ability and their aspirations to go to a Bowl, and I'm sure you'll see that team we played yesterday in a Bowl somewhere this year.

As far as our performance, why don't we start with the negatives. First of all, this was one of the worst performances we had by our special teams all year long. With the exception of the kicking of D.J. (Fitzpatrick) and the coverage of David Bruton, I wasn't very pleased with just about anything we did.

We did average 12 and a half yards a punt return, which did go past the 4.2 average they had, but our kickoff average was poor, our kickoff return was poor. We almost had a punt blocked, we didn't snap very well. We missed some opportunities in the punt return game. Twice we had a chance of taking it to the house, and we were one man away from that being the case, and I thought that of all the games we played this year, I thought that was our worst performance on special teams, and we're obviously going to have to play a lot better against Syracuse.

On defense, there were a couple of definite positives, especially our performance in the second quarter. Our team in the second quarter, that's where really the game was won. Even though they had over eight minutes of time possession in the second quarter, it was a quarter we won 21 0, and that's where the game was pulled away.

Some of the defense played hard in what we call three takeaways. They had the one fumble recovery and the interception, but they also had a fourth down stop, and when you're playing against a team like Navy and once they get on your side of the 50, you need to go for it on fourth down so you have to consider that just like a turnover.





We also had no penalties with the first group in there, and despite as I start to flip the other way and talk about some negatives, despite the fact that there weren't very many big plays statistically, there were way too many six and seven yard gains on first and second down. When we talk about big plays, the over 10 yard runs or 15 20 yard passes, there weren't many of those in the game but there were a lot of plays on first down that went for six or seven yards, which led to a poor conversion ratio. They were nine of 14 on third down and two of three on fourth down. A lot of that had to do with our play, which I didn't think was very good.

Although I thought we tackled okay, I thought they were soft at times, and we were definitely too soft with the quarterback. We were fortunate, we didn't get much of a ball disruption on the passing game. We were just fortunate they didn't hit on some of these play action passes because we all saw there were some guys wide open, they just didn't connect so they turned out to be long foul balls.

They had a touchdown on the first drive the first half, which I can attribute to the speed of the game, which is not a good thing, but what I didn't like was we also gave up a touchdown the start of the second half, and we'll be working on the starts of the games again this week even though we had emphasized that as a point for this week.

The guys that did really stand out for me on defense were really the interior guys, the combination of (Derek) Landri and (Trevor) Laws and when (Brian) Beidatsch was in there, too, those three guys inside and Cory Mays I thought really stood out.

All our problems really were on the perimeter, on the edge. They really got very little done inside because I thought that those guys were disruptive and they made a bunch of plays. Cory had a big day numbers wise in terms of tackles, but a lot of that had to do with the play of Landri and Beidatsch.

There was a lot of offensive production on the day. We ran the ball for 221 yards, for more than a 5.7 average; that's a good thing. And our quarterback didn't get sacked; that's a good thing. We were in the red zone five times and got five touchdowns; that's a good thing. We were eight for 12 on third down; that's a good thing.

But as always, there are definitely some negatives. I didn't think we did a very good job of finishing off blocks. We tried two fourth downs; we were one for two. We had a turnover; we hadn't thrown an interception in a while and there was pressure on the play and an opportunity for a big conversion play on the play, and instead we end up turning the ball over.

Once again, unlike the defense that had no penalties and we had no penalties on special teams, we had three penalties on offense and three of them were majors, and that was an area of concern. That was an area that we emphasized, and I didn't do a good job of getting that across. We're going to have to keep on putting some pressure on them about some of these things.

The guys that stood out for me on offense, sometimes I take Brady (Quinn) for granted, but Maurice (Stovall) again had another huge day, I think (Anthony) Fasano had a big day in the passing game, and you have to give kudos to both running backs, Darius (Walker) and Travis (Thomas), and I thought they both played very well.

Q. Apparently Darrin Bragg ran the quarterback last week. What other players did you use?

COACH Charlie Weis: Well, we actually used Bragg and believe it or not Kyle McCarthy, who had been an option quarterback last year when he was playing offense. Both Darrin and Kyle were picked as our offensive scout team players of the week for their simulating the offense. I think they both helped us.

When the problem comes is when you try to put the whole ball of wax together and try to show the speed of the game. The looks were good in practice, but it's so much slower than when you get Navy out there running them at the tempo they're running them at. But I thought both Darrin and Kyle did a very good job for us on the show team getting us ready to go.

Q. I think you only had nine possessions and you scored six touchdowns. Is that about what you expected?

COACH Charlie Weis: We thought it would be in single digits. We thought that the game would be shortened. As a matter of fact, going into the game our goal on offense was to score points on every drive. We put that as a goal for the game because we didn't let's not be presumptuous and not be disrespectful who you're going against. They're trying to stop, you, too.

I was disappointed the way we ran the ball on third and long in plus territory and then threw a play action pass and came up short on that one, too. There was that one, then we had the penalty on Sully (John Sullivan) I think it was the one on Sully that ended up being a drive killer there. He ended up coming up with no points and of course the interception, but other than that it was just running out at the end of the game. For the most part, to get six touchdowns in that many possessions is actually a pretty good thing.

Q. You talked yesterday after the game about how you were in an ornery mood all week. How bad of a mood are you going to be in this week?

COACH Charlie Weis: Probably worse. You know, the one thing that's going to be a little different this week than every other week, and it'll be one of the things we get to on Tuesday, but as I talked to the players after the game, we discussed three things; we discussed Navy, we discussed Syracuse, and the last thing, which I felt was of equal importance to both Navy and Syracuse, was the last opportunity for several of our players to play at home for the last time coming up this week. That really, truly is something special, and I told the team that I expect them for the seniors to realize this is their last hurrah to play in front of their home fans, and I told all the underclassmen that one the biggest issues once we addressed Syracuse was to make sure that our seniors get an opportunity to enjoy their last game, and you really can't enjoy it very much if you don't play very well.

Q. After a while do the teams learn when Coach is in a bad mood, we're in pretty good shape? Do you worry about them learning that mindset?

COACH Charlie Weis: I don't know if they've figured me out yet. I think that eventually my schtick will get old, but right now they're learning a different message each week, and when it's a different message you really don't know what the deal is going to be coming in on Tuesday yet; they just know what my general statements were to them in the locker room after the game. They don't really know where this is heading yet, and I don't have it quite down myself yet, so I have a little time to study before we get to that point.

Q. Your general idea for both you and the team is forget it, it's over?

COACH Charlie Weis: They can enjoy it for Monday on campus. It's one of the reasons it's good to have Monday not being a football day, so they can have all the students tell them how great they are, get it out of their system, because come Tuesday they're not going to be hearing that from me. I'll let them have their brief time of enjoyment, and then on Tuesday we'll get back to business.

The problem is with coaches by nature, the wins last a lot shorter time frame than losses do, so you enjoy the win briefly, whereas the losses you lament them a lot longer, and unfortunately that's just the way the business is.

Q. You mentioned also yesterday about one of the reasons why you looked to the running more was the weather could be bad. Do you at this time of the week start looking ahead to the weather or just assume in November it should be bad weather?

COACH Charlie Weis: We check the long range weather every day. We look at multiple sites. They're usually all wrong, but we check them anyway.

We'll go to the local stations and the national stations and try to keep track of what it's supposed to be like. We already have enough ammo, both on offense and on special teams to cover in case we got in that situation.

Earlier in my career there's been a couple times where I felt a little bit unprepared playing Buffalo years ago when we went into this game and we were going to sling it all over the place, and the game started and by about halftime there was about eight inches of snow on the ground, the wind is blowing about 50 miles an hour and everything in the game plan you already had thrown out. You weren't running one play that was on the game plan.

So I learned the hard way. I don't know how many years ago that was. I remember we won the game in the fifth quarter. It went overtime. It was miserable. It went overtime, and I remember kicking a field goal with like 10 seconds to go.

It would have ended up in a tie, and I just remember that day saying I'm never again going to go into a game where we don't have enough ammo if the weather is bad.

Q. You talk frequently about getting the team to improve as the season goes on, that that's a big goal. Do you feel you took another step in that at home? In your career learning from the guys we learn from, what are the keys to making that happen? That's certainly something every program would like to do.

COACH Charlie Weis: We definitely took a step as a team. Obviously when you heard me start off with special teams, I wasn't very happy with that performance, so we probably took a step backwards on special teams. As a team one of the things as you grow up and mature as a team, you start to learn to win games when everyone is telling you how much better you are than the team you're playing against, and you start believing what you're reading, you're setting yourself up for the fall, and the team is starting to learn that you can't take anything or anyone for granted. That's part of the maturing process of a team that's starting to become a pretty good football team.

Q. Is it a little different for you now because you're coming from a background in the NFL where at this point in the season it's only half over?

COACH Charlie Weis: It's a thing of beauty, it really is. It's a thing of beauty. That's one of the things my wife and I talk about all the time, saying, "Do you realize the regular season is over in two weeks?" For the last bunch of years we'd go into February. I understand we have recruiting and that's a whole different facet. But to think that in two weeks, you won't play a game for another month, that's just unbelievable. People talk about the difference between the pros and college. I mean, time wise, it's utopia.

Q. (Inaudible question about the short season).

COACH Charlie Weis: No, it's been a long year only because one season ran into the other season. I'll feel that way this year because it went right from the NFL right into this job, and even in the summertime it never really felt like vacation even though I took some time because you're always worrying about the first time through. Until you go everything through the first time, right until signing day after signing day I'll start to feel the residual positive effects of it being different. But until then, it's been really nonstop since last December.

Q. There have been opposing coaches saying how good your offense looks this year and a lot of credit goes to Brady and your tailbacks and receivers and tight ends. Could you talk about how the offensive line has come together?

COACH Charlie Weis: He had all day to throw. As a matter of fact, when we start singling out people, I start talking to the coaching staff about people to single out, it's really kind of tough to single out any of the offensive linemen yesterday because there were times that even Navy fell onto the wrong coverage that ended up being right for the play we had called, like a guy who was misaligned and was over on the wrong side of the field where we were actually trying to throw it, but because he had so much time to throw, he had time to go ahead and complete things. That and the fact that a lot of the runs, I thought the running backs ran well, but a lot of times at least at the point of attack there were some pretty nice holes for them to run in.

The line is a veteran line, is a mature line, and they're a physical line. Usually when they're not mentioning the line, it's a good thing, because it usually means something bad didn't happen.

Q. With the offensive line, how important is the chemistry of the guys working together instinctively knowing what the others are doing, and when did you think this line might have that kind of chemistry? Was it after a couple games where you start to think these guys can play together?

COACH Charlie Weis: The first part is I think that chemistry is critical. I've seen too many times where you didn't have chemistry where it didn't make any difference how good the players were; the communication wasn't there, and it was a problem. Where I really noticed how good this offensive line was going to be was when we started that four man rotation after those three spots inside, and a lot of times that causes some animosity with players because they're not playing every down.

I'll tell you what, the way the accommodation of (John) Sullivan and (Bob) Morton and (Dan) Stevenson and (Dan) Santucci have rolled through a `four for three' effortlessly like you never notice there's a change in there; that shows you that you've got something special going with cohesion, and I think that both Ryan (Harris) and Mark (LeVoir) have done solid jobs all year long, and you don't really notice them too often, and that's a good thing.

Q. When you are rotating, how do you make the decision about when to take somebody out? Is it a matter of getting guys to rest or is it situational?

COACH Charlie Weis: Are you talking about in a game?

Q. Yes.

COACH Charlie Weis: You mean for a whole group or for one person?

Q. For one person, if you're running somebody in and out, how do you make the decision when to do that?

COACH Charlie Weis: It all depends on the position. For example, if it's an offensive line `four for three' you're just going by series. You take one series and then you just roll them through. Sometimes if it's a running back, it might be by personnel group. Sometimes if it's a tight end it might be by personnel group. Sometimes if it's a secondary, it might be based off of going back and forth from regular to nickel to dime and such and such. There's even teams that play linebackers with the same groupings; they'll play one set of linebackers if it's a run down and they'll play a different set if it's a pass down.

Right now we don't have as much position flexibility as far as personnel goes, but eventually it could work that way where you'd even have more substitutions than we currently have.

Q. You talked about checking the weather and stuff for games. What about this year, you have a full length of the recruiting cycle. Do you plan recruiting week and say I'd like to get these guys in December rather than in January when the weather is really bad?

COACH Charlie Weis: Actually we're planning more junior stuff in January to tell you the truth because there's not going to be much action left to be honest with you. Most of our action is going to take place in the first couple weeks in December.

Q. In terms of recruiting, too, do you pay attention to how the guys that you've already got commitments from are doing in their high school seasons or are you focused on the guys you don't have?

COACH Charlie Weis: As a matter of fact, in the next 24 hours I intend to talk to every guy that obviously we can't go into any detail, but every guy who's already coming, today and tomorrow, talk to all of them.

Q. What's maybe you the most valuable thing you've learned about the college game this year?

COACH Charlie Weis: First of all, it's been a very enjoyable, rewarding experience being at Notre Dame. You know, coming in, you really don't know exactly how it's going to play out. You plan how you think it's going to be.

I just have enjoyed how I feel that everyone has kind of come on the same page, so I'd say if you asked me for one thing, I didn't feel that way when I got here, and I feel that way now.

Even with the press, you think about it when we started, me trying to explain to you my philosophy on how you deal with the media and make sure that your players are representing your University the right way and that they need to be trained just like anyone else so we can handle ourselves professionally. In everything we've done, there's been a learning experience, and I have not been error free needless to say, but I really believe everyone is kind of on the same page, and that's a good thing.

Q. Going back to the schedule and kind of winding down, have you at all had to do anything to make sure you were able to maintain a pace or not get burned out?

COACH Charlie Weis: I don't get burned out. This has been easier for me. Don't take it wrong because I'm not being sarcastic, but that's almost comical. I've had more time this year than I've had in my entire life. I've had more time to take it easy this year. That might sound crazy to you, but my wife and son are almost getting sick of seeing me. They're not used to seeing me during the week before they go to bed. They actually see me.

My son said to me, "I've seen you more this year, Daddy, than I've seen you in my entire life," and he's 12. I have more energy this time of year. I'm usually at the halfway mark. Come February of an NFL season, you're usually toast. You're burned as bad as you could possibly be. You need a few days laying on the beach in Puerto Rico just to try to rejuvenate.

neodemes said...

Elmer,

The term is 'Quit claim'.

Its a common misconception that its a 'quickclaim', though.

I'd be interested in hearing the whole story.

Was it a mortgage broker that took advantage of her, or an unscrupulous real estate investor?

Feel free to tell the story at the REI Resource forum

jazztrax said...

good luck Kurt.....kickass on the next jackass

Clueless Fudd said...

Elmer Fudd said...
Hey Neo just curious are you a Mortgage broker

No, he's not a mortgage broker, he is an asshole that can dish it out, but can't take it. Why else would he have an entire forum dedicated to "neo_sucks"?

Come to think of it elmer, you two have that in common, sucking!

neodemes said...

Clueless Fudd said...
Why else would he have an entire forum dedicated to "neo_sucks"?

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That's easy to answer...

All you low-brow, knuckle-draggers needed a place to whine and lick your wounds after getting your asses kicked all over cyber-space when your lame scam blew-up in your face.

TTFN, loser.

Clueless Fudd said...

neodemes said...
All you low-brow, knuckle-draggers needed a place to whine and lick your wounds after getting your asses kicked all over cyber-space when your lame scam blew-up in your face.

TTFN, loser.

After seeing a picture of you, I know exactly what a loser looks like, bozo. Now take "elmers" nuts out of your mouth.

tcob247 said...

clueless

What do you care what NEO looks like?

All you do is name call

Here is a suggestion

Take two pictures
One of Kurt, one of Neo

Which one is in jail?
Looks dont matter idiot

Your hero is in jail

His scam didnt work

You still support him?

Looks like Neo was right a whole lot more than your boy Kurt was

Clueless Fudd said...

tcob247 said...
clueless

What do you care what NEO looks like?

Have you seen his picture? This is halloween year aroud!

Looks dont matter idiot

You would change that opinion if you seen this ugly bastard.

Elmer Fudd said...

Clueless Fudd said...
Elmer Fudd said...
Hey Neo just curious are you a Mortgage broker

No, he's not a mortgage broker, he is an asshole that can dish it out, but can't take it. Why else would he have an entire forum dedicated to "neo_sucks"?

Come to think of it elmer, you two have that in common, sucking!

You Must have me mixed up with what you and your father do in your spare time. But in any case Clue you're still dumb as a stump and still want attention like alwayls. Feel bad for ya, meaning upbringing and all. Hey look at the bright side, when it's time for the feds to go after the brokers instead of peddling cigarettes like your buddy kurt's doing, you can just sell your stanky ass and maybe just maybe you might get a jail cell with a free and clear title to call your own. But i doubt it.

WillToFight said...

Great post Walker

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