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    ....I hate him. That is all.

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    Ehh, I don't really hate the guy anymore. Never really could. Wasn't his fault he got dealt because he made too much dough. He did act like a little jagoff sometimes. Like talking on his cell phone from the bench during the playoffs the last season he was here. I've kind of forgiven him, especially since he said last season he owes everything to Mario and would come back here and play for league minimum. Not that it would ever happen, but at least he knows who got him where he was and seemed thankful for it.

    I guess playing a few seasons in the KHL, or where ever the **** he was will do that to you.

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    Fair enough, his act of contrition needs to be acknowledged....I don't mind him making money, he was as talented as any ofn the ice so he earned it....however I must explain my total contempt for him and where that stems from....it all happened in when we lost to the Broncos in the AFCCG and I saw Jaromir score a goal and do a Mile High salute ala Turd-dell Davis and he actually wore a Donko t-shirt under his jersey. Many say well he's a European he didn't mean to offend. I don't care. I will never forgive him for it. I actually mentioned this To Les on the Cincy trip. He knows why I hate Jaromir.

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    Fair enough, his act of contrition needs to be acknowledged....I don't mind him making money, he was as talented as any ofn the ice so he earned it....however I must explain my total contempt for him and where that stems from....it all happened in when we lost to the Broncos in the AFCCG and I saw Jaromir score a goal and do a Mile High salute ala Turd-dell Davis and he actually wore a Donko t-shirt under his jersey. Many say well he's a European he didn't mean to offend. I don't care. I will never forgive him for it. I actually mentioned this To Les on the Cincy trip. He knows why I hate Jaromir.

    I remember how he used to do the salute, but I don't recall hearing that he had a Bronco's shirt on underneath. Now, Scott Hartnell and the entire Flyers orginization, there's some folks you can hate with extreme prejudice. And for good reason.

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    I have an original signed throwback jersey from Jagr that my dad bought me on his trip to Czeck 10 years ago. It's kinda cool, but I'm thinking of selling it. I wonder what it might be worth now.

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    I hate Jagr.

    I have a jar of Jaromir Jagr peanut butter. It's easily 15 years old. Should I open it? It's on my little tribute shelf I have dedicated to all the Pittsburgh sports teams. My wife would like me to getrid of it for sure.

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    The problem with Jagr was that he was given everything here. He was handed the leadership role, he was given the big money and in return he cried like a ***** because of the pressures. He was "dying alive" because he was the leader of the team and making a lot of money. Sucked to see a talented player traded, especially for a pile of garbage like the "next Ron Francis" in Kris Beech nut he just wasn't big enough or mature enough to be what he was paid for which was to be the leader and produce. He couldn't handle doing both and wanted to be paid like it

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    Now I'm thinking of that trade and it makes anything the Buccos did look like gold.

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    Now I'm thinking of that trade and it makes anything the Buccos did look like gold.
    Aramis Ramirez was that trades equal probably.

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    Aramis Ramirez was that trades equal probably.
    Nah...Jagr was the man. A top 3 player. A-Ram wasn't even top 20.

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    Fair enough, his act of contrition needs to be acknowledged....I don't mind him making money, he was as talented as any ofn the ice so he earned it....however I must explain my total contempt for him and where that stems from....it all happened in when we lost to the Broncos in the AFCCG and I saw Jaromir score a goal and do a Mile High salute ala Turd-dell Davis and he actually wore a Donko t-shirt under his jersey. Many say well he's a European he didn't mean to offend. I don't care. I will never forgive him for it. I actually mentioned this To Les on the Cincy trip. He knows why I hate Jaromir.
    I remember that ****. Meh I don't give a ****. Was he a ******? Yeah of course he was but I really have nothing against him. Tough to hold grudges on people I don't know personally.

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    Aramis Ramirez was that trades equal probably.
    The worst thing was that Beech was the best out of that bunch we got

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    I remember that ****. Meh I don't give a ****. Was he a ******? Yeah of course he was but I really have nothing against him. [HIGH-LIGHT]Tough to hold grudges on people I don't know personally[/HIGH-LIGHT].
    Oh no...it's quite easy.

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    The worst thing was that Beech was the best out of that bunch we got
    Kris Beech=

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    ****! The Capitals did better when they traded him straight up for Anson Carter.

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