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 Post subject: Russell Wilson's eyes
 Post Posted: Sat Dec 29, 2012 10:30 am 
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I am not nervous about our team in the post-season. If you ever get a look at Wilson's eyes, they are focused. There is no way these games are too big for him. We are five wins from the Lombardi


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 Post subject: Re: Russell Wilson's eyes
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Look into my avatar. They are ice cold.............................and dreamy

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 Post subject: Re: Russell Wilson's eyes
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I just wish he led our defense too.


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 Post subject: Re: Russell Wilson's eyes
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Hmm. could be a song. Russell Wilson Eyes.

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 Post subject: Re: Russell Wilson's eyes
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They are just like Joe Montana's.

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 Post subject: Re: Russell Wilson's eyes
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I've seen those eyes before.... Image

This aint going to end pretty for you....


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 Post subject: Re: Russell Wilson's eyes
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This aint going to end pretty for you....


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 Post subject: Re: Russell Wilson's eyes
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Look into my avatar. They are ice cold.............................and dreamy


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 Post subject: Re: Russell Wilson's eyes
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I gaze into Russell Wilson's eyes and I see something as yet undefined on the autism spectrum disorder.

Something savant-like.

Something to both fear and revere.

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 Post subject: Re: Russell Wilson's eyes
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bestfightstory wrote:
I gaze into Russell Wilson's eyes and I see something as yet undefined on the autism spectrum disorder.

Something savant-like.

Something to both fear and revere.

Did you just refer to our man Wilson as "savant-like"? :-)

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 Post subject: Re: Russell Wilson's eyes
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One time I was skiing the Swiss Alps, Gstaad Palace. The conditions at the base of the resort were pretty brutal, snowing sideways, foggy but I had to give it a go. So I get on the chairlift, the thing is swaying to and fro, it's cold as hell.

About halfway up the conditions change, the wind dies down, the snow stops. I think to myself, I am going to get some good runs in for sure.

Anyway, I get off the lift turn around and look down the mountain and just then the sky opens up, the clouds part and the sun breaks through. The far off, massive peaks are visible, the new fallen snow, and down below the fog is still there. On top of the world. If you could picture what heaven looks like, this was it.
Normally, I am not a big "wow look at that" type, but this was one thing I will never forget. I saw colors that day that I could not describe, and that I thought solemnly that I would never see it again.

Then I looked into Russell Wilson's eyes.

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 Post subject: Re: Russell Wilson's eyes
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Hawk Strap wrote:
One time I was skiing the Swiss Alps, Gstaad Palace. The conditions at the base of the resort were pretty brutal, snowing sideways, foggy but I had to give it a go. So I get on the chairlift, the thing is swaying to and fro, it's cold as hell.

About halfway up the conditions change, the wind dies down, the snow stops. I think to myself, I am going to get some good runs in for sure.

Anyway, I get off the lift turn around and look down the mountain and just then the sky opens up, the clouds part and the sun breaks through. The far off, massive peaks are visible, the new fallen snow, and down below the fog is still there. On top of the world. If you could picture what heaven looks like, this was it.
Normally, I am not a big "wow look at that" type, but this was one thing I will never forget. I saw colors that day that I could not describe, and that I thought solemnly that I would never see it again.

Then I looked into Russell Wilson's eyes.


You frickin corn ball!

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 Post subject: Re: Russell Wilson's eyes
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Hawk Strap wrote:
One time I was skiing the Swiss Alps, Gstaad Palace. The conditions at the base of the resort were pretty brutal, snowing sideways, foggy but I had to give it a go. So I get on the chairlift, the thing is swaying to and fro, it's cold as hell.

About halfway up the conditions change, the wind dies down, the snow stops. I think to myself, I am going to get some good runs in for sure.

Anyway, I get off the lift turn around and look down the mountain and just then the sky opens up, the clouds part and the sun breaks through. The far off, massive peaks are visible, the new fallen snow, and down below the fog is still there. On top of the world. If you could picture what heaven looks like, this was it.
Normally, I am not a big "wow look at that" type, but this was one thing I will never forget. I saw colors that day that I could not describe, and that I thought solemnly that I would never see it again.

Then I looked into Russell Wilson's eyes.


Accurate.

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