Name that caption, echoes of the past edition

Kirby had a visitor at practice yesterday.

After I’m gone, if somebody starts up a Get The Picture 2.0, there’s your photo for the header.

Have at it in the comments.

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43 responses to “Name that caption, echoes of the past edition

  1. Billy Mumphrey

    A Who from What now? Get off my lawn!

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  2. Brandon

    Vince and the Godfather of soul still had better attire.

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    • atlasshrugged55

      I remember the days James Brown performed w/ the Redcoats at halftime & had a special platform in the stands in the middle of the Redcoats. Today’s artists aren’t always “family friendly” &, in my opinion, that should be a consideration.

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  3. Salt Dawg

    LOL! I saw this yesterday and thought of GTP! I’m not familiar with his music, but then, what else is new.

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  4. Sanford222view

    What? No stir fry at the training tables?

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  5. Harold Miller

    I’m so old.

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  6. Sanford222view

    SNL and Daniel Glover’s take..

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  7. DoubleDawg1318

    Kirby needs to take advantage of his S & C staff. He is on the verge of passing from Dad-bod into outright overweight.

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    • PTC DAWG

      Being on the road, away from home as much as they are, it’s tough to eat right..but yeah, you’re right…

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    • HirsuteDawg

      I had a Dad-bod one time, sigh. Wish I had it now – this Old-man bod is the pits.

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      • Cojones

        Ain’t it a bitch walkin’ herky-jerky? Nowadays I look better walking after a drink, not before. And a joint really gets me walking upright.

        Would imagine old linemen can be spotted by their limp when they walk.

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  8. JCDawg83

    I have no idea who that is but if his visit helps the team practice harder, have him at every practice.

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  9. Kirby: I have your cassette in my tape deck in my Z28 from my SAE days.

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  10. SouthernYank

    It looks like Kirby has been eating well.

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  11. AusDawg85

    Senator, at your age you should begin planning for the future of GTP. The obvious solution is to sell the rights to a younger, dedicated Dawg blogger who can monitize the revenue stream to secure a buyout loan you make and be paid back over 10 years.

    Or…just take $20 up front and be done with it. 😎

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  12. Ginny

    Kirby said he thought they practiced a little harder because they wanted to impress him. Whatever works!

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  13. MDDawg

    I like how Kirby brings in a trendy young artist like this to practice and then uses the old-school phrase “pep in our step” when discussing that same practice. That made me chuckle for some reason.

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  14. Normaltown Mike

    Quavo went to Meadowcreek HS in Gwinnett.

    This video is really misogynistic but it’s a pretty good song and features Q.

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  15. Comin' Down The Track

    Bankrolls on me keep me company.

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  16. Dawgy1

    I must admit….I’m old and out of touch with today’s music.

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  17. Ben

    “I like stir fry, too. But with chicken now.”

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  18. Austin Cope

    “I might can do a half time show on GDay. But Kirby when are we wearing those black jerseys.”

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  19. ugafidelis

    Is Quavo kin to Qanon?

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  20. Macallanlover

    Sounds like a smart idea to have him there for a practice, but something that needs addressing: music inside Sanford belongs to the band…no commercial artists. Ain’t the NFL, and baffles me why anyone would ever want it to be. Tradition….

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    • PTC DAWG

      James Brown was a commercial artist, he played inside Sanford, most everyone loved it, I know I did.

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      • JCDawg83

        JB performed live at halftime, not piped in over the sound system during the game. Piped in music is a terrible addition to the game experience. I with the SEC would go back to banning artificial music and noise i.e. the SCu chicken squawking on every third down.

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      • Navin Johnson

        Mac – also get off your lawn?

        I get that “kids these days” and otherwise hatin’ on music of the next generation (or two or three) is a tradition as old as Adam, but I’m not sure it’s just the kids that like the piped in music at Sanford. I have been surprised and amused at how many of the 45-65 crowd I see gettin’ down to the, um, “modern” music piped in at Sanford.

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        • Gaskilldawg

          Thank you Navin. I am one of the age 60 plus who likes the popular music on the sound system. I liked the DJ during the 1st game.

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    • hahahahaha. I love bands also, but that ain’t gonna keep people buying tix. They want a more dynamic experience, and that requires more than just the band.

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  21. Dawg19

    So this guy is the modern version of James Brown in the late 70’s?

    I’m an old guy but somehow I doubt that.

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  22. RangerRuss

    Who is that? Snoop Flava Ice? I’m not with it. I don;t even know what IT is.

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  23. Whiskeydawg

    If Kirby wanted to pick up some extra cash he could join Marie on her Nutrisystem ad. I thought Quavo was a brand of Tequila.

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  24. Kirby must be pregnant with a girl because he is carrying that baby really high. Is he having morning sickness yet?

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  25. Gaskilldawg

    Quavo was on the sidelines at the Rose Bowl. He celebrated with the team after the win.

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  26. Dawg19

    Remember when Quavo told Quaid to start the reactor?

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  27. Kirby likes cupcakes.

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  28. The Dawg abides

    Just thinking how small the world used to be, at least when it comes to entertainment. My grandad knew who James Brown was. Didn’t care for his music, but knew who he was. Probably saw him on Ed Sullivan or something like that. Same with the Beatles, and he was in his mid 50’s when they came to the U.S. I doubt most people over 40 know who Quavo or Migos are. Doesn’t mean they aren’t famous. Just that there are so freaking many avenues for entertainment and information today, it has become so age/genre/taste specific. It’s hard to imagine anyone achieving that lasting level of universal fame anymore. Michael Jackson may have been the last. The barometer I use now is, if my 85 year old dad knows who a current musician or entertainer is, then they’re pretty damn famous.

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