in town for free camps
Sign your name so he can see it without his spectacles. Remember, he's freaking huge. Fortunately for you, I have a comically huge pen you can use... now where did I put it?
I pledge allegiance
to the blog
of the united tubes of the internets
And to the responses, which make us laugh
One fanbase, under Rod, divisible
with misery and dong punch for all
You always show up when the fanbase is at its angriest--and make me laugh.
I've got to uprate this for the speed of the re-write.
Slightly melodramatic (from the guy who said after the goal there is no God, truth, justice, or the American way), so I'm not sure what else so say but...
Nice work sir. I was expecting an other emo thread and yet here is this true beauty of a post. You've helped to restore my faith in the internet. +1.
This is awesome. I thought we were breaking free from the Mgo community at first. And I was like, shitm Brian is going to be pissed. But, I was happy to see that it was not independence from Brian, but from the evil god who has plagued us for too long.
I have no qualms with giving a huge FUCK YOU to you AMBHG. If I could I would sign my name with a flourish that made John Hancock stop and say, "Damn, kid has balls"
Banish all Michigan-hating gods.
Import metric ass-tons of 100% Pure Colombian Awesome.
our hearts, our beer, and our sacred honor ...
Way to take up half the page John Hancock
He already signed this thing!
Apparently, so is Godhand.
(2nd group, right side, 5th row down).
Points for Mfan in Ohio and Polar Bear Dude. That was really, really good.
I WANT THIS FLAG!!!
Awwww, you ended before getting into the laundry list of King George complaints.
I always imagined Jefferson, Adams and Franklin sitting around in a Philadelphia meeting house on a particularly hot June day, in the Committee Meeting of Committee Meetings, just naming off things George could be accused of...
Jefferson: C'mon guys, this is not that hard. What else can we blame King George for?
Adams: Um, we could mention that he made Canada.
Franklin: Very good, John. Canada indeed sucks. We could totally blame him for Canada.
Adams: Yeah. Fuck Canada.
Jefferson: How about "For abolishing the free System of English Laws in a neighbouring Province, establishing therein an Arbitrary government, and enlarging its Boundaries so as to render it at once an example and fit instrument for introducing the same absolute rule into these Colonies"
Adams: You forgot the bad beer.
Franklin: Most certainly. Add "...and their beer sucks."
Jefferson: "...and their beer sucks." -- You know New York is just gonna axe that part, though.
God, in his infinite wisdom, gave those so-called referees free will to become referees and demonstrate the ability to screw up massively and so demonstrate to the world that referees are flawed creatures with an infinite ability to err massively.
So, quit complaining about God and start focusing on the men who wear stripped shirts who prove the fallibility of man!
The pattern is obvious. This was not the first time that this mistake cost the hockey team, not just in this game, but over the course of the season. They were part of an overall plan to bring Michigan fans to the point of celebration and yet lead them inevitably to despair.
We need to overthrow Angry Michigan BLANK Hating God and reach out to the Surprisingly Benevolent Michigan BLANK Tolerating God as we did in 1995, the year after the Kordell Stewart Hail Mary. That year started with Mercury Hayes against Virginia and ended with a Frozen Four Championship.
Let me know what body of water we are throwing tea in. I'll bring a pitch fork and some torches.
are obviously still endowing their faithful with brilliance, wit and the ability to use these victories to conquer all else that is thrown our way by any lesser, pettier dieties who have failed us.
I'm just glad 2009-2010 is coming to a close. I can't take another year of tough emotional losses in all sports.
I'm looking forward to the Constitutional Convention.
wait, Articles of Confederation first? I don't remember. I think Yost was still coaching back then.