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Just watched the Real Rob Report for week 10. I don't know if you guys caught it but there was a point towards the end where M-Robs son walks up to RW while he's sitting in his locker.

It's barely audible but you can hear Wilson whisper to the little kid "there's no time to sleep, there's no time to sleep"

Kinda cool.

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That's Wilson's trademark Twitter comment.

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Just watched the Real Rob Report for week 10. I don't know if you guys caught it but there was a point towards the end where M-Robs son walks up to RW while he's sitting in his locker.

It's barely audible but you can hear Wilson whisper to the little kid "there's no time to sleep, there's no time to sleep"

Kinda cool.


Yeah, I saw that. I'm pretty sure it was Rob's kid and Wilson was telling him what it said on his wrist band "no time to sleep"

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That's Wilson's trademark Twitter comment.

Maybe if he'd get off twitter he's learn how to win on the road

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This is random but god I hate when fans say this after losses, as if twitter is the cause of a loss.


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I'd buy that wristband.

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I'm starting a new site called Twatter.


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That sounds like what a crazy person says. Leave it to Seattle to finally almost have a franchise qb only to see him get committed in the offseason.

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SacHawk2.0 wrote:
Just watched the Real Rob Report for week 10. I don't know if you guys caught it but there was a point towards the end where M-Robs son walks up to RW while he's sitting in his locker.

It's barely audible but you can hear Wilson whisper to the little kid "there's no time to sleep, there's no time to sleep"

Kinda cool.


Yeah, I saw that. I'm pretty sure it was Rob's kid and Wilson was telling him what it said on his wrist band "no time to sleep"


Correct.....I sure missed this weeks vid


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i concur.... but then again.... i'm an insomniac :shock:

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I'm starting a new site called Twatter.


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SacHawk2.0 wrote:
Just watched the Real Rob Report for week 10. I don't know if you guys caught it but there was a point towards the end where M-Robs son walks up to RW while he's sitting in his locker.

It's barely audible but you can hear Wilson whisper to the little kid "there's no time to sleep, there's no time to sleep"

Kinda cool.

That sounds just like Pete. He always says sleep is overrated.

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horrible advice to give a little kid, kids need that sleep.

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I'm starting a new site called Twatter.

I'm starting a new site called "You Can't Teach an Old Dog New Tricks; Why Old People Hate Twitter".

You and Radish are my MVPs. ;)

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I'm starting a new site called Twatter.

I'm starting a new site called "You Can't Teach an Old Dog New Tricks; Why Old People Hate Twitter".

You and Radish are my MVPs. ;)


I hate twitter. There is always some clown out there who thinks the entire world needs to know every time they so much as take a dump.

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Twitter is as you make it. I use one that has all of the espn west news, seahawks news, etc.

Very quick way to monitor rumors and breaking news (being careful to monitor source) without all the gospel packages and some random dudes toilet musings.


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horrible advice to give a little kid, kids need that sleep.


Oh brother. The kid asked him what his wrist band said, so he told him.


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That sounds like what a crazy person says. Leave it to Seattle to finally almost have a franchise qb only to see him get committed in the offseason.


I think you're letting all that rain darken your perspective. He's a grinder. Would you rather he not study?


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horrible advice to give a little kid, kids need that sleep.


Oh brother. The kid asked him what his wrist band said, so he told him.


It was a joke, bruh

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So .. I don't tweet, I twat?


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I hate twitter. There is always some clown out there who thinks the entire world needs to know every time they so much as take a dump.


You hate what some people post on Twitter. Don't blame Twitter for people being stupid. Do you blame the internet every time you come across a stupid website, too? Same thing.

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That sounds like what a crazy person says. Leave it to Seattle to finally almost have a franchise qb only to see him get committed in the offseason.


I think you're letting all that rain darken your perspective. He's a grinder. Would you rather he not study?


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