I think you will get your wish.
The Onion threw this together a week ago after a certain well publicized event, but I looked back through the board and hadn't seen it mentioned yet. Maybe there's a reason for that, but I got a good laugh out of it.
If you're sick of that guy, here's a golden oldie that's become relevant again:
Also, what movie is the first shot from? It's driving me nuts.
did anyone else catch his interview on ESPN about his ongoing contract?
said he's happy just to have a job and he's not gonna "bitch" about not getting paid.
guy dates smoking hot babes and he's sick at football. I'll always feel bad about booing him off the field and cheering for henson to take his place.
Just look at how many times Zoltan is mentioned here. The Boston media is already amazed at how much of a wave a fifth-round punter has made. If they only knew...
Not only that, but another article says that the Space Emperor is guaranteed a spot on the roster. But the most amazing part of the article (and arguably the most important moment in the history of the written word):
“It’s kind of weird to be known as a punter. Yeah, I have a weird name that’s easily recognizable or recallable. I’m just being myself, doing my thing. It’s just the fans kind of took to it. It wasn’t my doing in any way, shape or form. I was being myself. It kind of just happened on its own. I’m very thankful it happened because I’m accepting of all things that come my way.”
--Mesko, on his cult following in Michigan and (soon to be) New England. Mesko has been given a number of nicknames, and he says “The Space Emperor of Space” is his favorite.
Rich Garven of The Worcester Telegram recognizes the awesomeness that is Zoltan the Great.
Lastly, this was featured in today’s Sports section of The Boston Globe. I fear for the author’s life, for he has committed the egregious sin of referring to the Space Emperor by His last name. I don’t even want to know what the gods demand for his atonement. Sheesh, no wonder print journalism is dying.
In an effort to hype their now 3 day NFL draft coverage ESPN is running a piece about the best late round picks ever. Not surprisingly, Tom Brady is chosen as the best QB to come from the 6th round.
They did drop a pretty sweet picture of a young TB looking "DiCaprio-esque"
In other news: The sky is blue...
-QB Tom Brady
-G Steve Hutchinson
-CB Ty Law
-CB Charles Woodson
Nice representation from the program. The only team I counted with more players was Miami (no surprise there). I also didn't count more than two players from any other school.
Although I'm happy that he's playing moderately well, I'm on the thought process that it takes more than a year to fully recover from an ACL tear, so I think next year will be the time Brady really takes off again and shred defenses. I thought he played very timidly this year.