This is what is called, “the show must go on.” I don’t actually know why, but like the Fox Network’s not so live version of rent, I feel the need to sit down and chat about things that matter to me. With almost no sleep last night, tremendous pain and a busy schedule for the day. What else is new, am I right?
Everything that is wrong with the NFL – and therefore the nation – was on display yesterday during the Conference Championships and the aftermath.
We old-timers remember a day when what happened yesterday would not have happened. People talk about how “great” Quarterbacks are today. Pish. I guarantee you that there is no way in hell that Staubach, Namath, Starr, Hart, Tarkington, Tittle, Stabler, Griese or even Bradshaw would have allowed what happened yesterday to happen. The reason that it did happen was because of what a fellow by the name of Joe Pisarcik, derisively nicknamed “Not-Broadway Joe” by his own Offensive Coordinator did on November 19, 1978.
And because of what happened to him that day in the Meadowlands of New Jersey, Quarterbacks quit being Quarterbacks and became automatons. Which is why Drew Brees should have said, “Are you insane?” yesterday, but instead threw the ball into the ground, killing the clock and saving the Rams season.
Wait a second… I thought it was the Russians who were interfering in our political system? Turns out it’s Bilbo Baggins???
Wait a second… the Two Main Parties are “irritated” with the money they BOTH get from “rogue billionaire” donors. As if there are just a bunch of “rogue” billionaires running about throwing money at people? It’s a problem, you see, because these billionaires expect something in return for the money. Read the rest of this entry