Friday, December 5, 2008



AGAIN and AGAIN we say it but sometimes WE go a little too far! "We Love SPORTS!"
Take Heed!


A guide to watching football in public, from

[1] Thou Shalt Not Wear the Jersey of a Player Who Now Plays for a Division Rival.

A grown man wearing a sports jersey in public is questionable enough, but to have a guy who is now playing for a hated rival immortalized across your back is absolutely impermissible. This goes for all of you Dolphins fans with Wes Welker jerseys, Redskins fans with Antonio Pierce jerseys, and Bears fans with Bernard Berrian jerseys.

[2] Thou Shalt Not Cheer Alone.

Who doesn't love a good chant? It's one of the best reasons to go to a live sporting event -- a well-timed "De-FENSE" or "Let's Go Steelers" can even help turn the tide in a game. But when you're in a sports bar and no one else is joining in? Have some pride. There's nothing fun -- for you, or anyone else in the bar -- about being the only person slamming your fists against a table, chanting "J-E-T-S, JETS, JETS, JETS!"

[3] Thou Shalt Not Discuss Fantasy (or Gambling).

Nobody on Earth other than you, your bookie and the guy you're playing against in your fantasy league cares what bets and players you've got going on Sunday.

[4] Thou Shalt Not Quote ESPN.

As the Worldwide Leader slowly takes over the world, its various house organs spend hours brainwashing sports fans on Sunday with endless pregame shows, web columns, and gales of forced laughter. This means a ban on lame nicknames (i.e. Chris Berman's David "Green" Akers), quotes from Boogie Nights (Bill Simmons does this quite nicely already), and cogent analysis like "Eli Manning has been given the rice of passage." You wouldn't want Emmitt Smith to starve.

[5] Thou Shalt Not Protest the Refs Too Much.

There's nothing worse than a friend moaning about the calls all afternoon -- it's not like your complaints are going to overturn a call from three time zones away. How's this for a new rule? You are only allowed to yell about the refs three times during the game, with an unlimited amount of complaints in the final two minutes.

[6] Thou Shalt Not Be a Jerk.

For those of you who lack any social skills this means: Don't curse in front of children. Don't send your food back to the kitchen three times. Don't leave the bar before your table gets the bill. Don't shave your team's logo into in your head. Don't bring your grad school books and study. Don't bring a home-made sign. Don't paint your face. And most importantly, don't bring a loaded gun and shoot yourself in the leg.

YES it makes perfect sense, do not look at me like that! LOL

This man topic lead to even more fun...ladies do you agree? Please read on just to make sure....


The later you are, the more excited your dogs are to see you.

Dogs like it if you leave a lot of things on the floor.

A dog's parents never visit.

Dogs agree that you have to raise your voice to get your point across.

You never have to wait for a dog; they're ready to go 24 hours a day.

Dogs find you amusing when you're drunk.

Dogs like to go hunting and fishing.

A dog will not wake you up at night to ask, “If I died, would you get another dog?”

A dog will let you put a studded collar on it without calling you a pervert.

If a dog smells another dog on you, they don't get mad. They just think it's interesting.

Dogs like to ride in the back of a pickup truck.

If a dog leaves, it won't take half of your stuff.

Do not forget some must watch TV this weekend!!!!!!

ALAN JACKSON becomes the third artist to be recognized in the Country Music Television series CMT Giants when he appears tomorrow night (Saturday, 8p ET). The show was taped at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium back in October and will include performances by GEORGE STRAIT, BRAD PAISLEY, TAYLOR SWIFT, LEE ANN WOMACK, DIERKS BENTLEY and MIRANDA LAMBERT among others. Alan follows REBA MCENTIRE and HANK WILLIAMS JR. as CMT Giants. VERY GOOD TV!

Also Jimmy Carter had a story on Miss Dixie Chick...check this out:
DIXIE CHICKS lead singer Natalie Maines is being sued for defamation by the stepfather of a murdered child. Terry Hobbs claims Natalie alleged he was involved in the killings of three young boys, including his stepson, in west Memphis, Arkansas, in 1993, although three other men were arrested and imprisoned. Last year, Natalie took part in a rally in Little Rock (Arkansas) and wrote extensively on the trio’s website about the case. All the band members are named in the lawsuit, but Hobbs focuses mainly on Natalie. The same evidence Natalie presented in her writings is also noted in papers by lawyers seeking to overturn the conviction of the men sometimes known as the West Memphis Three.

OUCH sometimes keeping out of the fire, is the best thing to do? TRUST me we call could do a little less of that, do you agree?



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