Owner/President at Paul L. Feinstein, Ltd. Matrimonial Trials and Appeals. CONSULTING, LITIGATION, COLLABORATIVE, CHILD REP, MEDIATION. Began practicing in 1980

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Joined November 2013
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Replying to @dabearsblog
And that must eat Rodgers up every day.
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This interview is incredible 馃憦 Give this kid a full-time job 馃棧
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I鈥檒l let Sponge Bob tell me if Robbie Gould make this field goal.
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Unbelievable concentration by Robbie Gould on that extra point. Powered right through Patrick.
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Replying to @eliehonig
Also, determining relevance is for the finder of fact, not the witness. Otherwise nobody would ever answer any questions.
Replying to @loweringthebar
This is why we can't have nice things.
Replying to @WatchMarquee
I saw him hit a long dinger against Lance Lynn.
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Replying to @BradBiggs
And did Doug say if he would hire his good friend Matt to collaborate in running the offense?
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And what if he plans to hire his pal Nagy?
Replying to @Bears__Nation
Let's see who they hire. Then we can be happy or angry again.
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Replying to @ProFootballTalk
Worst rule in sports.
Replying to @dabearsblog
You can always rely on Tulane Bears
Replying to @dabearsblog
Plus if Foles is under contract for next season and Dalton is not, Foles is gonna be your number 2 next year, why not play him?
Replying to @JoRo_NFL
Week one of 2018 all over again
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Replying to @WatchMarquee
Game 1 of the 2003 NLCS when Sosa homered in the ninth to tie the game. Of course it all went downhill from there.
Replying to @dabearsblog
The main question is, who is hiring the next coach? The last pick there was a whiff. So should the person, whoever it was, who hired Nagy get to pick the next coach?
One thing I totally agree with which I have said many times. You don't get rid of someone unless you can replace him with someone better. I said this after they canned Lovie (although I did think it was time for him to go but they never got anyone better).
Replying to @dabearsblog
Also our extra AFC game will be Houston.
I think you have to look at every move Pace made since he has been here, positive and negative. And granted there have been some good ones. I was making a point about the '17 situation which put us way behind other teams. And I was at 3 of Glennon's starts that year he was bad.
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Replying to @dabearsblog
Plus the combination of Mitch and Glennon the same year was devastating. At least this year even with Field's injuries and inconsistency, Dalton was at least so so. Glennon was, well you saw what he really is on Sunday. And that may be the biggest Pace indictment.
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