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04 February 2008

One More Thing On The Super Bowl

Tom Brady,


The whole team went out there totally believing that they were a team of destiny, and got towsed all over the field. He was sacked 5 times, and overall they stunk up the field.

This defeat will haunt them for the rest of their lives. All of you Patriot fans who think that they can do all this again - go undefeated and then into the Super Bowl with another shot at perfection, well, mark my words:

If they can do this again next year, I will take a picture of my naked ass in front of the Capitol Building in California at noon (fully expecting to be arrested) the following day.

Not gonna happen, ever.

So, Kudos to the '72 Dolphins (even though they beat my Beloved Redskins in their Super Bowl), keep popping that bubbly.

And, F-you, Belichick - leaving the field while the rest of your team had go out for the final second. Way to be a leader and example for your team. Prick. Also, way to congratulate the other team - oh - wait, you didn't. What a little child.

Way to go, Giants!!! Blahopr'ani!!!

That is all.

03 February 2008

Still unsure...

Of who I will be voting for in the Primary...

Not sure if I should vote my conscience and go with Huckabee (now that Thompson is out of it), or go with Romney, whom I trust like the Mayor of Boston (spit).

Still pondering...

Just for the record,

Bill Beilichek and the Patriots can smoke my Havana.

What a cheap piece of shit.

I hope he gets exhaustive diarrhea.

In 1968 (the year you were born)

Lyndon B. Johnson is president of the US

North Koreans seize USS Pueblo and 83 man crew in the Sea of Japan

Communist troops attack Saigon and 30 province capitals in the "Tet Offensive"

Martin Luther King is assassinated in Memphis, TN

Senator Robert F. Kennedy is shot in California after celebrating presidential primary victories

American troops destroy a town in South Vietnam in the "My Lai Massacre"

Peggy Fleming wins Olympics figure skating gold medal

The United States Congress repeals the requirement for a gold reserve to back US currency

Student protesters at Columbia University in New York City take over administration buildings and shut down the university

LL Cool J, Lisa Marie Presley, Jeri Ryan, Lucy Lawless, Celine Dion, Traci Lords, Tony Hawk, Kylie Minogue, and Sammy Sosa are born

Detroit Tigers win the World Series

Green Bay Packers win Superbowl II

Montreal Canadians win the Stanley Cup

2001: A Space Odyssey and Planet of the Apes are the top grossing movies

The rock musical Hair opens on Broadway

The Beatles' White Album and Simon and Garfunkel's Bookends are released

Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, debuts on NBC