December 28th, 2014 at 1:01 AM ^

Also, Dwight did say all of those things but at different times. He said "I never get sick. And I don't celebrate any major holidays" in 3/12 Traveling Salesman and used "jackhammer" as an adjective to describe himself in 3/14 The Return.


Drunk recency bias applies times one hundred but I'd go with a Harbaugh quote or "all I've got is beef with those that violate me, I shall annihilate thee" as the tagline, although Harbaugh is coming back from Cali Cali.


December 28th, 2014 at 10:24 AM ^

As i posted in another thread: after looking it up, because I assumed it was a Dwight quote when i first saw it, not having heard Harbaugh ever say that:

Dwight in 2007:  "I never take vacations, I never get sick. And I don't celebrate any major holidays."

Harbaugh, sometime around 2010:  "I don’t take vacations. I don’t get sick. I don’t observe major holidays. I’m a jackhammer.”

It's kind of funny that he ripped off a line from a guy who is a caricature of an overly-devoted non-self-aware employee


December 28th, 2014 at 12:31 AM ^

This is too long for a tagline unless we go to size 1 font but this is my fav quote from that story

"I will be your alarm clock and wake you early," he said. "It can be a great temptation to rest on the field and let the opponent have a play without making him pay for every inch. I must hold his pain where it is. Mine does not matter. ... The punishment I inflict, his fatigue, and that he is up against something that he does not comprehend is everything."


Hold on... I have a wall to run through.


December 28th, 2014 at 12:17 AM ^

Hackett might deserve a more prominent spot, but still awesome. I know "It Happened", but if pen doesn't hit paper we are going to look like fools.


December 28th, 2014 at 12:28 AM ^

To be fair, of course, it does feel a bit as if Hackett went out on a trek, found the Sankara stones - which happened to be Harbaugh-shaped - and brought them back to the fanbase so that life may be injected into the place once again. It sets up to be a win for everyone in that respect and if he is Indiana Jones, I would think it is an apt analogy in that regard.