LMAO! Thanks Funk. That is hillarious! I have never heard of this guy. He is good. Watched a couple more and gonna watch them all.
I needed a good laugh, thanks!
Here's one we wish we had the guts to do!
Funk, Thanks for a bit of lightening the load so to speak.
It was a hilarious stunt. The sort of thing we would have done when we were young.
This site could use a frequent injection of humor.
There once was this cretin named TOT,
Who ate paint that was full of lead,
It all went to his head,
Now he is chained to a bed,
Where he now can't roam around alot.
(I'm watching the Falcons game while playing here. Those were two good games yesterday. We should be so fortunate that today's are as good. Go Falcons!)
I say again: WOW! The Falcons finally won one, and somebody finally drove a stake through the hearts (or poured salt in the mouths and sewed 'em shut) of those Seahawks.
Holy begeezus what a Game. As long as this particular group of players and coaches stay together I will not refer to myself anymore as a fair-weather Falcons Fan. UNBELIEVEABLE!!!!!!
On a disparaging note: This defeat of the Seahawks serves Pete Carrol right. All them NCAA laws he broke at USC and then ran to the pros brought all them foul smelling buzzards home to his doorstep. Serves him right.
On another note....thought of any comic comebacks yet TOt???
Lead based paint was outlawed for a reason you know. NOt saying inhaling massive amount of jet fuel could bring about the same results....but I doubt you had any access to that stuff. Don't figure you and yours to be flyboy type material.
Squeal like a pig maybe....but not flyboy types.
I don't think there's anything disparaging about the defeat of the Seahawks. They had good fortune go their way several times during the season to get where they were in the playoffs. They "got jobbed" in the early-season Green Bay game by the replacement refs at the end, and they won several others with "last gasp" plays or drives that worked out for them at the end. Also, they were dam' lucky to have that QB overachieve to such an extent. Seattle fans better enjoy him while they can. As was shown in Washington with RGIII, a wrecked season is only a big hit on the knee away with these QBs who scramble for a living. They can get away with it in college because they're not playing every down against an all-star at every position. But in the NFL, those defensive guys mean business, and they have the speed and quickness to back it up.
I, too, am glad for Gonzalez. I hope the Falcons win the Super Bowl because - among other reasons - my Bears have thrown the season down the dumper again. But Falcon fans are "long-suffering," too. And I'd like to see them bring the Lombardi Trophy to Atlanta for the fans and for guys on the team like Gonzalez who deserve it.
Me too Sebe and Funk. I only meant my 'disparaging' reference to the Seahawks corrupt, cheating (on record) coach, Pete Carrol. Think Reggie Bush along with a myriad of financial discrepensies initiated by Carrol.
The Seahawks have great personnel, except for their coach.
I agree, Jimmy. The only coach I like less (as you know) is the fellow at Alabama. Obviously, that guy's team is proving that my low opinion of his talents may be incorrect, but I still like disliking him.
Well, we can agree to disagree on Saban, Sebe. But the firing of Lovie Smith???!!! Were not da Bears 10-6???
And a late thanks for your contribution too,TOT!
Chief what do you think about the prank?
Prank as in basic blog post: funny. We need more humor around here, no?
On Lovie Smith: I never was agin' him, but they couldn't keep changing offensive coordinators and expect to keep the QB out of the hospital (or the cemetery). He had 9 years to produce "success" (translation in Chicago: a dynasty). The press was howling for his firing 4 years ago. They finally got their wish.
I like the new GM. They will hire a new head coach soon. It should be one of the OCs from Denver, Indianapolis or Houston. The guy from the CFL supposedly has an outside chance. They may retain the defensive staff and the current OC may move back to OL coach. The management of the Bears never have been "conventional" as much as they have been out-of-touch with NFL realities - especially since the old man died in 1983. NY and Pittsburgh have done much better in the last 50 years with their "family-owned business" than the Bears have.
I still love 'em, but they'll put me in an early grave.
LOL Funk, I love this blog.