Posted on: October 24, 2010 4:10 pm

I Was Right

The leopard shows his true spots.  I shut down my blog when the aging sexter became the QB of my beloved Minnesota Vikings.  I have to ressurect it today. 

Today is the day that Brett Favre showed the world the size of a D bag he truely is.  Today is the day, it came public that it was him coming on to the Jet girl on those messages.  Hah!  Defend your hero now.

I feel now would be a good time to do my schtick.  Once again this:Cool  will equal the check mark. 

Crybaby: Cool The guy cries at work.
Drama Queen: Cool Texting Ed Werder about your knee before your own team, classy.
Interception Machine: Cool See his last pass in the NFC Championship game against the Saints
Distraction: Cool Sexting, crying at work, etc.
Me First Player: Cool Skips training camps
Indecisive: Cool  Hasn't decided what to order for breakfast................. yesterday.
Adulterer: Cool Classy, leaving a message for a fellow employee for sex,  You know I have been a firm believer that ole "tears and beers"  was present at Chewy's pool party, this news validates my opinion. 
Pill Popper:Cool Vicodin addict

I'm missing something, oh well, I think the point is made.  The leopard showed his true spots.  My one question as a non-believer is how does a devout C bag go and do something like this.  This is a guy who brought his preacher with when he went on Leno.  Wow, talk about a hypocrite.

As for my beloved Purple...................  I hope the scumbag plays great tonight.  Go Vikings
Category: NFL
Posted on: August 18, 2009 7:17 pm

Why Have You Foresaken Me?


Yet another reason to hate ole "tears and beers".  He ruined my blog.

Gulp...gulp...gulp.... gulp..... Where's my Percacet?  Gulp...gulp....gulp....gulp.... Where's my Vicadin?  Gulp...gulp....gulp....gulp.... Valium?  Lithium?  Tums?  Gulp.... Gulp... Gulp... Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaa....sniffle...now I'm crying like him.....  WWWHHHHYYYYYY??????

Category: NFL
Posted on: May 6, 2009 11:14 pm

Please God Say It Isn't So.

Frown  Cry  Yell  Frown  Cry  Yell  Frown  Cry  Yell

Please God say it isn't so.  It's moments like these that I wish I was religious.

I actually thought he was really gone.  Never underestimate ole "Tears and Beers'" need for attention and to hear his name on TV.  The epitome of a media wh**e.  40 years old with a torn tendon to boot.  Good idea, let's bring in a me first player that has special practice rules.  Yep, this team didn't have much for distractions.  We do now.

As a Viking fan who bleeds Purple........ I don't know what to do.  We all know the negatives.  Here's a look at some positives.

  • I could see some of the unbelievers getting behind a stadium, maybe he could get the ball rolling.  We need a stadium, maybe Farve can help get that done.
  • The utter betrayal of Green Bay.  What a dump that place must be.  I actually respect him a little for wanting to give a big ole **** you to terpentiners.  I smile thinking about that for sure.
  • Here's a stretch.... maybe Minnesota will be flooded with Black Market pain pills. 
  • Uummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
  • Oh here's one, we'll get better anouncers for games.  That means that twerp Buck you know.  I hope that doesn't mean Buck and Aikmen.

As for me if it goes down I'm going to imbide in ole "Tears and Beers" favorite mix.  Yep mixing pills and booze together.  I'll have to do something.

Category: NFL
Posted on: February 11, 2009 8:58 pm

He Retired Again!

Hopefully this is good riddence.  I wouldn't be surprised if ole "tears and beers" had one more bout with his need for the spotlight before he truely calls it quits.  I predict he will have an interview within the next two weeks where he cries.  Just a hunch.

Looking back on his last return, it couldn't have turned out any better for all us Favre haters.  He hurt his old team, he didn't help his new team, and he showed his true stripes for being the me first prima donna that he is.  Funny how the Jets questioned his work ethic in practice. 

Great week for internet.  Favre retires and the Yankees get caught juicing again.  Laughing

Category: NFL
Tags: Favre
Posted on: August 7, 2008 12:31 am

Favre is a Jet

Let's all go and look back on the Favre saga and his leaving of Packer nation.

PROS: The leopard showed his spots. We Favre haters knew he was a manic, indecisive, primma donna. Nice for the rest of the football world to see his true colors.  Turmoil in Packer nation. I wish I had stock in terpentine this week. Wow, a legend turning his back on his team. Pressure, as if Rodgers didn't have enough pressure, I wonder how many terpentiners will become Jet fans.  Game 1 in Lambeau is now about the Vikes and the game instead of a "tears and beers" s*** fest. 

CONS: He is still around, I hope he didn't get traded to New York, can you imagine the s***fest that would become. UGGGHHH.  The Pack still might be good. Good D, and running game (that hurt).  He won't throw any picks to the Vikes D. 

"Pills and Booze" leaving the Pack is a great thing. Good riddance. I almost respect him a little for the way he turned on the Pack. Awesome!

Category: NFL
Tags: Favre, Vikings
Posted on: July 20, 2008 12:58 pm

Welcome All Favre Haters

This is my first blog. At the risk of being a one trick pony I've decided to dedicate it to hating Favre and Favre haters. Are you suprized?  I was going to come out here and do my schtick. You all know it. Pills and booze blah blah blah, cries at sunsets blah blah blah, primma donna blah blah blah, etc. etc. etc...  There will be plenty of time for my routine. I should save some material for training camp and the start of the season. Fortunatly, ole "tears and beers" has been pretty good about creating material.

For my first blog I want to generate some participation. I've decided to go with a Brett Favre Haiku. In case I misspelled, a poem with 5 syllables in the first line, 7 in the second, and 5 in the last. Please feel free to come up with your own.

Vicadin and tears

Poisoning the Packer well

Defining Brett Favre

Category: NFL
Tags: Favre
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