Friday, October 31, 2008

Have They Lost Their Minds?

I thought it was ridiculous when both McCain and Obama kept referring to "Joe the Plumber" numerous times during the 3rd debate....
Then it stepped up another notch with the McCain-Palin ticket referring to good old Joe the Plumber every chance they got during their rally speeches....
Then they started calling out different people by their first name and occupation. Tito the Builder and Mary the have to wonder why Eric the Red, Ivan the Terrible and Barack the Terrorist weren't at McCain-Palin rallies.
...Now McCain has Joe the Plumber on the stump with him at rallies and is saying that he's considering taking "Joe to DC with him."
Does Joe not understand that he doesn't make $250k a year and is not going to get taxed in an Obama adminstration? (Or maybe after his multiple appearances as of late the McCain campaign is helping Joe get up to that lofty sum.)
Does Joe not understand that McCain is simply using him as a cartoon of what the common man is supposed to look like?
Have they lost their minds? I can't take it anymore. This election can't come soon enough and I can only hope it finally turns out well for the good guys.
...if it doesn't, there's sure going to be a lot of shitty, overflowed toilets.

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Am I Dirty or Crazy?

My wife is a teacher and is dressing up as a football player for Halloween with her other teaching colleagues. Naturally she asked me to borrow my Eli Manning replica Giants jersey. When I told her that I wouldn't let her borrow my favorite jersey and she could instead borrow my Jeremy Shockey jersey, her response was a surprising: "He's not even on the team any longer".

I disagreed with her. It is a Halloween costume afterall and Shockey is a clown....but I finally relented and told her that she could borrow the Eli jersey.

She then went to smell it and asked when was the last time it was washed.

After telling her 2 years ago, she looked at me in horror.

My explanation was that it hadn't been washed in two years because I was superstituous after the Giants Super Bowl run.

After her constant conjoling, I agreed to wash it today. And I'm not one bit happy about it. I'm literally scared that the Giants mojo will be flushed away because I was dumb enough to wash it.

So, I ask you...Am I dirty or just plain crazy?

Monday, October 27, 2008

Paperboy Endorses Obama

I’ve detested George W. Bush for the last eight years, but that didn’t prevent me from honestly looking at both Presidential candidates to hear what they had to say. And after listening to countless speeches, all three debates and reading hundreds of newspaper articles, I’ve made up my mind to vote for Barack Obama for President of the United States on November 4th.

I’ll admit that my mind was already 50 percent made up when I started my “vetting” process – a vetting process more stringent that McCain’s vetting of Sarah Palin. I’ve always been a staunch Democrat, but I honestly took a serious look at McCain.

And what I found was someone who was offering more of the same after eight years of devastation after devastation from President Bush, including:

1) The continuation of a costly and meaningless war in Iraq
2) A “go at it alone” strategy in the War on Terror, which will continue to deteriorate the world view of America
3) Tax cut upon tax cut for rich – really rich – Americans who don’t need it
4) A bad healthcare plan
5) A freeze on government spending that would hurt many beneficial government programs. Of course, there is a lot of waste and pork - like Palin's Bridge to Nowhere - but there are more beneficial than bad government programs that help hundreds of thousands of Americans.

And ultimately – especially in the last few weeks as he got really desperate --McCain is in favor of generating more fear and hate in Americans than promoting hope and dreams of how truly amazing America is and can be in the future. In the last few weeks, McCain hasn’t told America what he would do for them as the President. He and idiots like Rush Limbaugh, Fox News and The Drudge Report have simply tried to scare me and other Americans into not voting for Obama.
And I'm not having any of it.

It’s been a long time that I’ve liked my President.

It’s been a long time since I’ve been proud of my country. Yes, I know Michelle Obama said that and she was blasted for it, but I’m not backing down from that statement. George W. Bush has made me embarrassed to be an American.

I want other countries to respect us as a super power again.

I don’t think it’s “us against them”. I think it’s us working together with other countries to curtail evil in the world so it doesn’t result in the meaningless death of thousands of innocent people.

I’m tired of people caring more about the 2nd amendment than the 1st. It’s been a long time that you could even think about questioning your leadership or express a dissenting opinion without being considered anti-American and a traitor to your country. Isn’t that what free speech is all about? It’s about talking to others who may have different opinions that you, respecting their opinions and reaching a common ground that is acceptable to the general public.

I’m tired of Republicans saying that they want to keep government out of our lives and then they talk about how they want a constitutional ban on gay marriage and want to restrict a woman’s right to choose. Aren’t those two Republican tenets the very opposite of staying out of people’s lives with “big government”?

And I – and I hope all Americans – won’t stand for it any longer. And that’s why Barack Obama needs to be elected on November 4th. He inspires me in his speeches and his core belief that the U.S. isn’t made up of blue and red states, but of the “United” States. His policies will provide benefits to all Americans and help us get back on our feet.

I think this election will make the world think different of America then it has in the last eight year. Do you think – after 8 years of bigoted, "go it alone" hatred against people from other countries – that the rest of the world thinks that the U.S. is progressive enough to elect a black man? Let’s shock the rest of the world, and show them what America has always been about: A mixing bowl of people from different races, religions and beliefs coming together.

I think Obama will restore our national pride, make us again a leader in education, energy policy, economics and technology around the world. He’ll listen to his opponents and be willing to work with and accept their ideas/differences while taking responsibility for his actions. I’m hoping and praying that Obama becomes our next President on November 4th. Yes, I'm from a "blue state" and believe in God, contrary to what the McCain-Palin ticket might lead you believe..
If Obama is elected, I truly believe that he'll unite our country again and bring light to our country after years of complete darkness.

Monday, October 13, 2008

Week 6 Rushing Blog

Welcome back to the Rushing Blog. It's been a busy blogging day for the Paperboy - and for good reason! I'm down by 40+ points in both of my leagues with Eli and the Giants defense going for both of my teams tonight, but I could care less because I got the greatest news ever today that me and the wife are having a healthy, baby girl in March.

7:01 p.m. - Big game for the Giants tonight. They can further solidify their ranking as the top team in the league and they can jump out 2 games in front of the 2ND PLACE Dallas Cowboys - sans Tony Romo - the Washington Redskins - sans the ability to beat the St. Louis Rams, a.k.a the worst team in the league.

7:03 p.m. - I'm calling it right now that Plaxico Burress, off his two week suspension for "insubordination," is going to have a HUGE game tonight.
7:05 p.m. - I didn't know Brad Johnson, the guy taking over the the injured Tony Romo, was still in the NFL.
7:16 p.m. - This is the first time that I've heard Emmitt Smith speak on the ESPN pre-game show. I had heard that he was a horrible commentator and I agree with that sentiment. He was a breathtaking running back -- probably the best I've ever seen -- but he is a bumbling fool as a commentator.
7:38 p.m. - If Obama blows his 10 point lead with 20+ days until the election, it'll be worst that the Yankees blowing that 3 game lead to the Red Sox in the 2004 ALCS. And that was bad!
8:10 p.m. - I wonder how Derek Anderson is feeling today...not only is Brady Quinn breathing down his neck for the starting QB position, but the Giants defense has knocked out the last two QBs (Palmer and Hasselbeck) they have faced. Both Palmer and Hasselbeck missed the game that was played the week after they faced the G-men. Maybe Anderson's hoping that Quinn starts tonight.
8:15 p.m. - It looks like the Browns took a thick sharpie marker and wrote their numbers on their helmets. Ugh.
8:28 p.m. - All of the experts on ESPN's pre-game show, sans Steve Young, are picking the Giants to win tonight. Hopefully that's not a bad omen.
8:30 p.m. - I hate Mike Tirico, Tony Kornheiser and Ron Jaworski....but I hate Troy Aikman more. Speaking of that, I've been getting more and more anonymous comments lately from readers of the WWW about my "I hate Troy Aikman" blog that I wrote last year. Maybe I'm onto something.
8:37 p.m. - Tony Kornheiser just said that Peyton - not Eli, as the pundits have said for years - is "the other Manning". I love that.
8:45 p.m. - Giants defense needs a big stop as Edwards 49 yard reception puts the Browns on the 25 yard line. Why Coughlin declined the false start penalty on the first play of the game is beyond me.
8:47 p.m. - Another Browns false start - this time it was accepted! - and a fumble by Anderson leads to a FG to put the Browns up 3-0.
8:54 p.m. - Nice catch by Steve Smith - the former No. 2 WR at USC. He's been a really great addition since last year for the Giants. I haven't heard about how Dwayne Jarrett - the No. 1 USC Trojan - is doing with the Panthers. Does that guy have a catch in two years?
8:57 p.m. - It's taking 4 or 5 Browns players to take down Brandon Jacobs tonight. Do you think he's amped up after the Browns trash talked him all week long?
8:58 p.m. - Bad pick by Eli. I don't remember his first pick this year, but this one was pretty bad as he overthrew Burress.
9:05 p.m. - The Giants defense looks very mediocre when they face an offense that plays dink and dunk. Shh...don't tell the rest of the league.
9:09 p.m. - No good FG from 51 yards by Phil - don't call me James Vanderbeek - Dawson. Giants have great field position at their own 42 yard line and need to grab hold of this game right here.
9:10 p.m. - My grandfather John Carney is starting over Lawrence Tynes again. I heard Tynes isn't injured, but Carney was chosen to start over him. Interesting.
9:13 p.m. - Is anyone else surprised that Pacman Jones got into trouble again only a 1/3 of the way through the season. Didn't think so.
9:14 p.m. - It seems that Derrick Ward runs for like 15 yards every time he comes into the game. He just ran for 17. Nice change of pace from Brandon Jacobs.
9:17 p.m. - Big 7 yard run from Jacobs as he takes the toss and he runs right over a Browns CB for a TD. Being down by 40 points in both of my fantasy leagues makes me care less about Jacobs -- and not Eli - scoring that TD there (insert inside joke here if you read my other Rushing Blogs). Giants up 7-3.
9:27 p.m. - After a 70+ yard throw to Edwards, Jamal Lewis runs in for a TD. Glad I didn't start him on my fantasy team this week. 10-7 Browns.
9:37 p.m. - Tony Kornheiser is an idiot as he compares Plaxico to T.O. in terms of Plaxico demanding the ball.
9:40 p.m. - I need to see a big stop from the Giants defense right here. The problem is that they haven't had pressure on Derek Anderson the entire night.
9:43 p.m. - The announcers have talked about Tony Romo's injury for literally 5 minutes. That's unacceptable during the middle of the game.
9:49 p.m. - The Giants look like crap right now as the Browns take the ball down the field to make the score 17-7. I told you it was a bad omen. The Giants need to wake the fuck up.
9:52 p.m. - Giants start from their own 20 yard line. I need to see a patented Eli Manning 2 minute drill right here where they get some points to cut the deficit before the half - and maybe get the momentum back.
10 p.m. - Shawn Rogers is one ugly dude.
10:03 p.m. - Eli has been pressured way more times tonight than any other times this season
10:05 p.m. - Welcome back Plax. Eli runs the 2 minute drill in the only way he knows -AWESOMELY - and throws a 3 yard TD to Plaxico to indeed cut the deficit to 17-14 Browns.
Half - It's been a bad half for the Giants defense. They haven't been able to stop the Browns offense, which up until tonight's game, has been inept this season. The offense has been decent, but the line isn't giving Eli anytime to throw and when that happens he's prone to make a mistake. The Giants definitely got the momentum back before the end of the half and will receive to start the 3rd Quarter. I'm hopeful for a better 2nd half.
10:17 p.m. - There was a election type poll at the half that asked who was the better Manning. Eli won 51 to 49 percent. I didn't vote in it. Awesome.
10:18 p.m. - The Rays destroyed the Red Sox today to take a 2-1 lead in the ALCS. That's even more awesome.
10:22 p.m. - Even more awesome is that I am going to be a father to a healthy baby girl in March. Did I mention that?
10:23 p.m. - Dear Giants, Let's go out there with a strong drive to start the 3rd Quarter, okay? Got it? Sincerely, Concerned Fan
10:24 p.m. - Why is Eli throwing a bomb down the field to start the half. That doesn't work as he's intercepted for the second time tonight. Guess they missed my memo
10:26 p.m. - Why is it that the Giants play awesome when no one respects them and crappy when everyone respects them??
10:30 p.m. - Refs miss a blatant holding call on the Browns allowing them to drive down to the Giants 8 yard line before they settle for 3 points. They really let the Giants off the hook there. 20-14 Browns.
10:31 p.m. - I think the Giants should get back to actually running the ball. That's what got them here, right?
10:35 p.m. - Kornheiser just stole my magic marker comment. Bastard.
10:40 p.m. - I don't get the play calling tonight. They abandon the run after running the ball well early and then call a run on 2 and 12th?
10:44 p.m. - Is a turnover from the Giants defense too much to ask for? Ahh.....
10:58 - The Browns have 8 false starts tonight and a ton of other penalties and they are still making the Giants defense look bad.
11:01 p.m. - 27-14 Browns. I'm speechless. This is why the NFL is so intersting because any team can win any week.
11:03 p.m. - There's no way the Giants can win tonight if their offense doesn't wake up and the defense doesn't stop someone.
11:15 p.m. - Just a bad overall game for the Giants as Eli throws his 3rd pick and the Browns take it back for a score. 34-14 Browns. What a debacle. I'm changing the channel with 8 minutes to play. Ugh!

EXTRA! EXTRA! Read All About It

Paperboy and his wife are proud to announce that the stork will deliver a healthy, baby girl on March 3, 2009. ...or March 1...or March 2....depending on which healthcare practioner you ask.

Tony Romo Goes Down!

I heard today that Tony Romo has a broken pinkie on his throwing hand and is out for 4 weeks.
That's really sad news. So sad that I laughed out loud when I heard it.
This presents a dilemma for Tony Romo.
No, I don't mean how the Cowboys are going to survive without him.
The true dilemma is do you think he's going to wear his promise ring from Jessica Simpson on his ring finger or just store it in his Terrell Owens jewelry box until his pinkie finger is healed.

Friday, October 10, 2008

More Terrifying than McCain-Palin

There's only one thing that is more frightening to me than a McCain-Palin ticket in the White House in January...and that's the scariest/most terrifying movie I've ever seen before: The People Under the Stairs.
I saw it when I was 15 or so and didn't watch it again until just last week. Because it left such an undeniable scar on my psyche. After watching the movie again last week on, I'm still scared as hell about the movie.
It is demented and unforgiving and I recommend it only to people who can deal with it.

Sunday, October 5, 2008

Week 5 - Paperboy's Rushing Blog

Welcome back to Paperboy's Week 5 Rushing Blog. I guess you could call it Week 5. I didn't write one in Week 4 of the NFL season because of the Giants bye, so I guess you could call it Week 4. It's a busy day for Paperboy and his wife today. Cleaned up around the house this morning, watching the Giants game at 1 p.m. and then headed out to a 6 p.m. wedding in Short Hills.

11:51 p.m. - Both of my lineups are set for this week with one exception. I have John Carney, the old man Giants kicker starting for my team Road Warriors and I'm waiting to find out whether or not it's him or Lawrence Tynes - who's back from injury -who is kicking today for the team. You know my opinion: Carney is 9 for 9 this season as the placekicker and I don't think he should lose the job to Tynes, who is wildly inconsistent. I've heard the argument that the starter - Tynes - shouldn't lose his job because of an injury and I've also heard that while Carney is 9 for 9 early in the season, the Giants are worried that he is going to wear down - because of his age - as the season moves on. I don't buy either.

11:54 p.m. - This morning, I'm finishing up People Under the Stairs for the second time in my life. I remember watching it when I was 14 years old and having it scare the bejesus out of me. It took me 16 years to watch it for the second time and I'm definitely as scared as I was when I was 14. I'll be back (shaking) in a half hour or so.

12:27 p.m - In the first half hour of the Fox Pre-Game (a show I never watch) they've talked about the Redskins and Cowboys and still haven't talked about the Giants. The Super Bowl Champs get no respect.

12:45 p.m. - I've already written about the Plaxico Burress suspension, so I'll just say that I think that the team will miss him, but I think Domenick Hixon and Steve Smith will fill in just find for Burress.

12:57 p.m. - People Under the Stairs is one scary, demented movie. Kinda like future movie about the life of Al Davis.

1:01 p.m. - This is a big game for the Giants. They've started the season 3-0 and are historically bad after their bye week. The Seahawks are 1-2 and also coming off their bye week, so hopefully that helps Big Blue.

1:06 p.m. - On their first drive of the game, Matt Hasselbeck goes down on 3 and 5 and screams as loud as Elizabeth Hasselbeck does about Sarah Palin in The View. That can't be good for the Seahawks.

1:13 p.m. Nice 44 yard run by Jacobs followed up by a phenomenal 33 yard Touchdown pass from Eli to Domenick Hixon. Plax who? 7-0 Giants.

1:23 p.m. - Helped by a dumb personal foul call on Kevin Dockery, the Seahawks cut the score to 7-3 Giants.

1:28 p.m. - A sweet 15 yard end around rush by Dom Hixon - I've decided to call him Dom. This guy is something. Strahan called him a future superstar in the Fox pre-game show. You know, when they finally talked about the Giants at 1:47 p.m.

1:32 p.m. - I keep talking about it - and you can tell me to shut up - but since last year's regular season game against the Pats there's something different about Eli Manning. He actually stands in the pocket now, throws the ball off his front foot with force and is not scared by the pressure. I don't know what happened, but he's been a different QB since that game.

1:33 p.m. - 3 yard TD run by Jacobs, 14-3 Giants. Again, I was wishing that it was Jacobs that scored the TD, but instead Eli throwing it - since he's my QB in both leagues. Again, I'm sick.

1:38 p.m. - After a quick 3 and out by the Seahawks, Manning hits Hixon on 41 Yard bomb on the first play of the Giants series.


1:43 p.m. - My fantasy starter John Carney nails a 29 yard FG and puts the Giants up by 2 TDs, 17-3 Giants.

1:48 p.m. - Another 3 and out by the Seahawks. The Giants defense looks really good today.

2:00 p.m. - 2nd TD of game for Jacobs after Hixon comes up just short of the goal line on throw by Manning. You would think I was rooting against the Giants! 24-3 Giants.

2:04 p.m. - John Carney has been rough on kickoff today as his kickoff lands just in front of the 20 yard line. That's definitely a positive in Tynes "Pro" column. He is better than Carney on kickoffs.

2:08 p.m. - Another 3 and out for the Seahawks offense. They are 0 for 5 on 3rd down today. The Giants offense, who has scored on their first four possessions will take the field again. They must be tired.

2:20 p.m. - Carney nails a 33-yard FG to put the Giants up 27-3. He then kicks the ball out of bounds on the kickoff. Not a good thing to do with 47 seconds left. The last thing the Giants need to do now is give the Seahawks life.

2:24 p.m. - 2 separate, dumb personal foul face mask penalties by the Giants defense gives the Seahawks life -- and 30 yards -- and they cash in with a field goal. 27-6 Giants.

At the half - Giants have 342 yards of offense in the first half...the most of any team in the league this year and most by a Giants team in 17 years. Thanks to Kenny Albert for those two morsels of information. Eli has his most first half passing yards in his career. Strahan says during the half-time show: "Giants are a new team. This is not even the team that I played on. They don't need me. They don't need Osi. They don't need Plaxico. The team really believes that they can win with whoever they have in there."

2:47 p.m. - A wide open 23 yard TD pass from Eli to Sinorice Moss. Did you hear that the Giants use to have a WR named Plaxico Burress? 34-6 Giants. According to Kenny Albert, the Giants have scored on all 6 possessions. Thanks again Kenny.

2:52 p.m. - Another 3 and out for the Seahawks. They are a pitiful team that has only been helped by Giant penalties.

2:55 p.m. - The Giants offense takes the field again. Boring. Where's Ahmad Bradshaw today? He hasn't seen the field once in a running situtation today.

2:57 p.m. - The Giants are denied on 3rd down! ...and Jeff Feagles comes in to punt for the first time today.

3:02 p.m. - Seattle is 0 for 7 on 3rd down as Kevin Dockery intercepts Hasselbeck and runs it back 30+ yards.

3:08 p.m. - 35 yard FG by my fantasy guy John Carney to make it 37-6 Giants. That's 3 FGs and 4 XPs by Carney today. That's nice.

3:15 p.m. - Hasselbeck is taken out of the game for Seneca Wallace. Presumably so he doesn't get hurt in the Giants blow-up win.

3:23 p.m. - Coughlan makes the same decision and takes out Eli. I think that's a great decision despite the fact that Eli won't be getting any more fantasy points for me today.

3:24 p.m. - Bradshaw finally gets into the game and is running like a madman.

3:27 p.m. - Bradshaw just rushed for 30+ yards like he was a player in Madden 09. He was spinning and stiff arming and kicking butt.

3:28 p.m. - 2 TD of the game for Sinorice Moss and it's 44-6 Giants. Do you remember way back when the Giants won the Super Bowl on that last minute TD catch. Who was the WR who caught that pass, again?

3:29 p.m. - Alright, I need to get ready for this wedding we're going to and with a 38 point lead and 9 minutes left in the game, I'm pretty sure the game is well in hand.

Friday, October 3, 2008

Way to Go Joe!

Sarah Palin did a great job last night (reading her cue cards word for word).

For the first half hour of last night's debate, she was CRUSHING Joe Biden, who was flat and boring and produced more misstatements than did Palin. It was apparent that she "studied" for the debate and knew where the appropriate cue card was in her packet.

But then something changed....maybe she ran out of cue cards?

At about 9:31 p.m., Sarah Palin had a moment that she looked like she was a Fembot who's head was about to explode. Gwen Ifil, who did a horrible job last night (more on this later), asked Palin and Biden about climate change and it was obvious that Palin had either lost that cue card or simply hadn't prepared for the question because she produced a Katie Couric interview type answer that left me - and probably the rest of America - puzzled.

And then Sarah Palin started bringing out the old Reagan cliches, turning on the drawl, winking at the camera, giving out shoutouts to her family and brother's 3rd grade class. I thought to myself: "Am I really watching a VP debate or a H.S. debate?
And that's why I thought Joe Biden, despite a slow start, won this debate handily.
The pundits are also saying this morning that Biden won the debate and I agree. He did bad in the first hour and for the next hour after that he went on the attack of John McCain and performed wonderfully. It is truly sad that some people are saying this morning that it was a tie because Palin put together a coherant sentence and didn't make any huge gaffes. That's just plain wrong.
My favorite moments of the debate were:

1) When Biden got choked up talking about his son who almost died. Palin didn't even acknowledge this after his comments and went on to spurt nonsense about John McCain and her being a maverick.

2) After the 60th time that Palin mentioned that John McCain was a maverick, Biden shot back. "Let me talk to you about how John McCain isn't a maverick." That was a great moment and I literally jumped out of my seat when he said it.

3) Biden talking about how Palin hadn't mentioned how the McCain-Palin ticket would do things differently than Bush did. His repeating of the phase: "I haven't heard how they are going to do things different than President Bush" was a powerful moment.

Other questions about the debate:

1) How could Gwen Ifil not ask about the candidates views of Roe v. Wade?

2) Why was Ifil so timid last night? Did the Republican smear campaign on her book actually affect her?

3) How could Palin dare say that Obama-Biden talk about change all of the time, yet they are living in the past by mentioning the mistakes of the past 8 years. How, may I ask, does this logically make sense? In order to effectively "change" something, don't you have to acknowledge the things that went on in the past in order to promote actual "change."

4) One thing you might not have noticed: I don't believe Sarah Palin called Barrack Obama...Senator Obama once last night. That's a sign of disrespect and I guarantee it was intentional. And I don't believe that Joe Biden called Palin....Sarah once last night. Everytime he addressed her and her views specificially he called her Governor Palin. That's a sign of respect.

After watching the Couric interviews, I laughed (a lot) because it was apparent that Sarah Palin didn't know anything. Last night, despite her good acting job, confirmed it for me. I'll be terrified if her and John McCain are elected in November and will be longing for the days of George W. Bush. And that is something I thought I would never say.

Thursday, October 2, 2008

The Dumbing Down of America

I think Sarah Palin is going to do a fine job tonight.

I’m a staunch supporter of Obama-Biden ’08, but I believe all Palin needs to win tonight’s debate is make some salient points and string together a few coherent sentences.

The public’s expectations of Sarah Palin are so low it’s ridiculous. The public is expecting to be entertained by her nonsensical answers tonight and if she simply puts together some coherent thoughts – a questionable feat after hearing what she named her kids (you thought I was going to say something about the Katie Couric interviews, didn’t you) – she’ll wildly exceed everyone’s expectations. And that’s sad since she’s the Republican VP candidate who is – watch for the cliché – one heartbeat away from being the President.

Short of her running off stage tonight like her hair is on fire, screeching “I have people skills, damnit!” I think the – liberal, elite, pro-Obama (tongue in cheek) – media will declare her tonight’s winner.

I hope I’m wrong. It’ll make for entertaining television if am.

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

I See Dead People

It's ridiculous that Al Davis - Skelator - said yesterday that former Raiders coach Lane Kiffin - who he fired yesterday - was an embarrassment to the team. He should look in his undead mirror to see who's the true embarrassment to the team.