• MB30SD

    first to say… wtf iz diz jeff?

    • Shady

      Hey look, there’s a “WHAT’S THIS” down there —->

      • MB30SD

        there is! there is!

  • John ‘GP’ Nada

    This blog is so dysfunctional it borders on legendary.

    Go Chile!

    • Trac

      Would love that outcome but alas, Brazilia will take it. The calls will go their way being the host Country.

  • Trac

    Hey Jeff? Peyote?

    • MB30SD

      can you image being related to that freak. she’s disgusting.

  • Trac

    No way the US will have a hint of a chance against a team like Brazil. I just don’t see it.

    • Big Mike

      My eyes say it would be 3 – 1 or 2-0 Brazil.

      • Trac

        That close?

  • Trac

    Can anyone tell me why Hulk’s goal was disallowed? I’m watching the Portuguese feed.

  • For your consideration….

    Jeff, awesome call on Chris Meloni. He’s best known for SVU and Oz but when he’s in an offbeat independent comedy he’s comic genius.

    • AlbertInTucson

      He was excellent as Leo Durocher in “42”.

      • CanadaBear

        Is 42 good?

        • AlbertInTucson

          Yes, Canada, worth a look. HBO/CINEMAX were free this weekend on DISH and I caught “42” on Friday night. I enjoyed it. Well produced with good performances all around and I particularly enjoyed Harrison Ford’s Branch Rickey. Also, didn’t realize that as a young black sportswriter, Wendel Smith, (also dealing with discriminitory practices in the press box, which he was NOT allowed in to cover games) was a part of Robinson’s story. Smith would up his career as a sportscaster on WGN-TV.

  • For your consideration….

    this song should be played at Soldier Field.

  • For your consideration….

    the best part about this song is at 0:43 after the pollack skin has a spanish tan line the song completely goes off the rails into the 8 inch penis bridge like a John Bonham drum solo.

  • For your consideration….

    i was deadposting like Irish on the last thread:

    -went with Samsung S3 refurbished for 199.00 but temp Lumia for the next week while its shipped
    -agree with GP about Greene. He dropped weight and is in much better shape.
    -Irish still talking about aliens
    -watched a 14yr old buy an unlocked iphone 5s for 1200.00 while i paid 79.00 for my temporary Lumia 521, her mom had a black amex and the biggest fake rack of all time. Total milf.
    -watched my 2 and a half year old son get pancaked at the park by some little fucker out of nowhere. he looked at me, sniffled a bit and proceeded to charge the older kid and knock him down. then hug him when he got up crying. bad ass. walk softly but carry a huge whiffle bat.

    • John ‘GP’ Nada

      Waffle bat.

      Good to know he can bring the Stukas.

    • Doc Nitty

      That’s a good boy you got there, Waffle. Kick Ass.

    • MB30SD

      mmmmm…. big faaaake raaaacks.

      Good for the boy.

    • Trac

      I’m going to wait for the Note 4 and my son got the S4 brand new for 150$$$

      • MB30SD

        Booooom!

  • For your consideration….

    last post of the day: http://news.yahoo.com/pakistan-family-slits-throats-young-couple-over-love-100423914.html

    I was worried my email wouldn’t sync with my phone. SMMFC

  • burntorangenavyblue

    Jeff, we would never leave you….some of your posts (usually the Twitter stuff) have become asinine at times, but we still love our Blogfather!

    Meloni has showed up in some obscured movies from time to time, and I’ve always enjoyed his screen presence. Despite me loving Law & Order: SVU, that show went on for way too long and it went very sideways. Glad Meloni got out of it before this.

    You know your show has been running for too long when the direction, writing, and/or people of the show become absolute boneheads. Then it starts being made fun of on The Soup. When that happens, your friends start making fun of you for it. (I’m looking at you Zach B. and Ghost Adventures!)

    • SC Dave

      Twitter -> stupid shit said.

      It is a causal relationship.

  • Trac

    Columbia should make short work of Uruguay. Not a fan of either team though.

    • The Ghost of Super Bowl XX

      Correction. COLOMBIA.

      • MB30SD

        settle down pablo escobar.

        • Trac

          Nah, Estaban Vihaio.

        • The Ghost of Super Bowl XX

          Hahaha, things as they are. Even it means trolling.

  • John ‘GP’ Nada

    Chile has to be so emotionally drained.

    • Trac

      No, they’re a republic. He he.

    • SC Dave

      Yeah. Too damn bad, really. I was pulling for the upset.

      On the bright side, several thousand fewer people died in Brazil.

  • Digging up old classics, eh Jeff?

    Is that the Rev? He’s gone native! I could see him instead of wearing a western cap, painted in blue-and-orange with an actual bear draped on him, banging his drums.

    • Shady

      I think it’s Jeff while he bangs on his girlfriend’s bongos.

      • MB30SD

        that was a little crass shafy… even for you.

        • Shady

          Click the link, you’ll see Jefe made implications himself.

          • MB30SD

            mmmmmm…. know what I find ridiculous about Michael bay’s stories?

            Utterly preposterous actually? I mean so insanely ridiculous and just so not believable?

          • Shady

            Oh do tell

          • MB30SD

            that in each of the transformer movies that little fucking crazy DBag gets the absolute hottest chicks on the planet.

            Fucking Joker.

  • Trac

    Laughing my ass off. A customer called me on my iPhone and Jeff’s stupid bongo song started playing by itself in the background. I thought it was Murph pulling my chain before I finally figured out it was coming from my phone and had to apologize to the guy. Damn you Jeff. Hahaha

    • Shady

      -1 for liking your own comment. But that is hilarious. Did your 8″ biltong close the deal?

      • Trac

        Actually didn’t check my comment on purpose. I hate this iPhone, can’t wait till I can upgrade to a samsung.

        • MB30SD

          i knew i liked you my mainjeses.

          May I recommend the best single piece of technology I’ve ever owned… the Note III.

          You have to get used to carrying something massive in your pants, but some of us are already used to that… right erik?

          • MB30SD

            you too huh dave. welcome to the cloob.

  • MB30SD

    have you guys seen what’s going on with the heat?

    LeBron opts out, now wade, and supposedly soon bosch?!? WTF is going on over there?

    • Shady

      They’ll stay put and take less money if Melo joins.

      • MB30SD

        Meh, who cares.

        Hee hee

        • Shady

          Yet… You asked… Strange…

          • Trac

            Quite.

          • MB30SD

            Indeed

          • MB30SD

            was rhetorical….

            DOOOOON’T CAAAARE!

          • Shady

            Mmm, yes…

    • SC Dave

      They ran across the Spurs, and realized that teams are better than collections of egos.

  • MB30SD

    oh, and here’s something for all the suarez fans on the blog: http://lamordidagame.com/

    • The Ghost of Super Bowl XX

      Suárez is a beast! It’s ashame he is a buttnucker.

    • Shady

      High score 10625

    • Trac

      I wonder how long it will take for the idiots in Uruguay to figure out the lost the tourney because of him. It’s gonna suck pretty bad for that dude when the mob rises from their slumber. Oh and Brazil got porkensloshed by a pretty shaky ref call on the no goal.

      • SC Dave

        Uruguay may not have qualified without Suarez. Someone needs to step up in his place.

  • Trac

    Netherlands – ya, ya.
    Costa Rico – it’s time for Greece to return to the sheep.

  • Irish Sweetness

    Colombia 11-1 for the WC. Who’s going to stop this boy?

    USA 10/3 against Belgium? Nice price in a 2-horse race.

  • Irish Sweetness

    One love, brothers !

    • MB30SD

      good sheite.

      Check out Manu Chao (peru)… they’re awesome.

      • MB30SD

        Also, trac, did you get our peeps in Joburg? Xhosa. Good sheite. Love their melodies. That sound always speaks to my heart man. Awesome.

        Thanks for posting Irish.

      • Irish Sweetness

        Loved Manu Chao for years!

        See that Israeli chick ‘Tula’ (Tal Bern Ari) ? I’m in love. Yes, I thought the SA ladies would get you going. Great stuff.

        • MB30SD

          love it… just feels like home when I hear it. Such a beautiful sound. Man the Xhosa can sing… zulus too.

  • For your consideration….

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2014/06/29/jonathan-casillas-josh-mccown-reminds-me-of-drew-brees/

    i was thinking about McCown in Tampa. I think he’s playing with a lot of confidence right now and one would think that the offensive coordinator down there would see the basic concepts of how that success came to be in Chicago and will try duplicate those situations with the Bucs and their weapons. A short rhythm based offense with less pressure on the QB, dumpoffs to the RB, intelligent use of the tightends, occcasional shots down the field, etc. Basically not being a total retard as an OC. I think a lot more teams with more than one or two legit weapons will take that Saints/Trestman type approach.

    There will be a level of success down there and it will be interesting to see how it plays out.

    • MB30SD

      Maybe, but everything lovie touches turns to a very normal shade of taupe with nothing special, exciting, or…. a lot of wins.

      looking into my crystal ball, I forsee…. mediocrity.

      (how’s that for clairvoyance)

      • CanadaBear

        If Tedford gets their offense up to middle of the pack you might be surprised. For all your Lovie hate, the D was special for years and the Special Teams were extra special. Of course, the horrible O negated that and Lovie’s predictable, conservative nature worked against him at the most inopportune times.

        • burntorangenavyblue

          Lovie still has a lot to prove though. He allowed himself to not evolve with the changing offensive schemes of the NFL while he coached the Bears and had tunnel vision on defense. Any upper-echelon teams and coaches knew that and had no problem taking his Bears team behind the shed for a whoopin.

          And let’s not forget, that when things got rolling and became really good or great for the team, he had to throw his ego into the mix and cause others to be pushed out of the organization (his coordinators and coaches).

          And let’s not forget, that when things got really, really bad, he had to throw his ego into the mix and throw certain people under the bus (his coordinators and coaches) and not hold his players accountable.

          For all of those years that has happened while he was HC, it’s not something that you let slip by your mind.

          • CanadaBear

            I don’t disagree with any of this. Most HC’s will cut coaches/coordiantors loose to save their ass. Not sure what happened between Lovie and Rivera but the Bears were worse for it. Either way, Lovie’s time was up. I don’t miss him but I do respect him.

        • johnnywad

          Can’t take it away from him but give a blind squirrel Urlacher, Briggs, Tommie Harris, Tillman and Mike Brown all in their prime, mix in ‘Wale and Alex Brown and I’ll bet the blind squirrel coaches his way to a few W’s. Specials were all Toub and stumbling upon Hester in my opinion.

          • Irish Sweetness

            And to think if MB and Psalms had started the superbowl, mixed in with TJ as running back …. it wasn’t out of the question that Lovie might have had a Lombardi.

            Trestman really looks like a guy that would get carried around on player’s shoulders if they won it all. I’m saving up my tears for that moment. Nearly thirty years since the Superdome shelllacking. THIRTY!

        • Irish Sweetness

          Yup, I guess that’s how it will be with Tampa – good defense and no ideas on offense.

          Getting close boys, getting close.

      • Trac

        I absolutely enjoy the fact that Lovie is still part of the game. Can’t wait for my biltong and peppermint crispy. He he.

        • Big Mike

          Lovie Smith is an exceptional Head Football coach and a credit the profession.

        • MB30SD

          Better get online and order your own now then.

          hee hee.

          (does the saying crash and burn mean anything to you sir?)

      • burntorangenavyblue

        Do you think Lovie will have his team kick to Hester? I think it’d be bitter-sweet to see Hester hit the record books again against his old coach.

        • MB30SD

          meh, I don’t give a fuck. How’s that burnt.

          I really, and honestly, don’t. I’m glad both of thems are gone.

    • I still think McCown is due for a major letdown. The longer he played last year, the more his flaws got exposed. Even the Dallas game, which was amazing, he hit a defender dead in the chest 2x. He was horrible against MIN. He simply doesn’t have the arm strength or accuracy to be a starting QB in the NFL, IMO.

      • The Ghost of Super Bowl XX

        Time will tell…

        • MB30SD

          You can say that about almost anything pablo.

          • The Ghost of Super Bowl XX

            mmmm Maybe, Perhaps, Possible, who knows…

      • bearsfantillend

        agree. plus Tampa’s o-line is not as good as Chicago’s so it will be interesting to see what happens when he gets hit a few more times.

        • the only game where he got hit in CHI was STL, which also happened to be his worst game with turnovers. What a coincidence.

          • AlbertInTucson

            Which goes to show you what we pretty much all know:
            The NFL is ALL about protecting YOUR guy and pressuring THEIRS.

      • MB30SD

        this

      • SC Dave

        Perhaps not, but I am interested to see what happens.

        • MB30SD

          wait, is he the… underdog!

          Hahahaha… dave loves him some underdog action!

      • Irish Sweetness

        Dude. He went 13-1 for a QBR of 104. That’s getting it done no matter who you play for. In the period he played there was maybe 2 guys with a higher rating. Although he is likely in for a shock in TB without the line and receivers.

        • he had a 5 game hot streak against some of the worst defenses in the NFL. He also got incredibly lucky, both with his receivers making incredible plays and defenders dropping INTs.

          I loved McCown as Chicago’s backup last year, but for all the praise he gets people miss that he also showed why he was a backup. Ideal backup, IMO. Can get you through a short stretch. If he’s starting all 16 games, you’re in trouble.

          He did exactly what you’d hope for from a backup for Chicago last year. But I would be very nervous if my team was banking on him as a starter, though less so if it was with a young guy in the wings like what TB has. I think Glennon ends up starting at some point this year because he’s a better QB than McCown.

          • Irish Sweetness

            I was kind of hoping Glennon would get all pissy down in Tampa and end up in Chicago. He looks like he’d be solid enough. Our backup QB and safety rosters both come from the same toilet.

  • Shady

    I’ll be rooting for the Dutch, but the Mexican coach appears to be a real character:

    http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/world-cup-2014/16-reasons-miguel-herrera-already-3784151

    • Trac

      I heard one guy compare him to Chris Farley’s spirit mating with Pete Rose on the sideline. Lol.

  • CanadaBear

    Was reading the comments on John Clayton’s mailbag. The BiQueen fans are back. One commenter kept calling them elite and a half dozen others are backing him up. They are basing this on hiring new coaches and drafting Bridgewater. Of course, eventually the FudgePacker trolls showed up and you can guess the rest.

    • Trac

      They do have AP. I remember feeling the same way back when all we had was Walter Payton. A truly turrible place to find yourself in as a fan. False hope is not better than no hope.

      • MB30SD

        Oh, and this

    • Big Mike

      The miracle of the rookie QB does not transfer to MN. New coaching staff, even when they are the best in history, are never, ever ELITE. You don’t take a shit team, shit staff, shit culture and change it in one season. Not Chuck Noll, Don Shula, Vince Lombardi or George Halas coaching. Not with Tom Brady Dan Marino, Joe Montana or John Elway as rookie QBs. .

      • MB30SD

        annnnnd… this

      • Irish Sweetness

        Elway took 10 seasons to put up numbers that didn’t suck.

        • MB30SD

          and he still looks like his mom humped a horse.

  • AlbertInTucson

    Regarding Brazil v Chile: Can you even IMAGINE a Stanley Cup Playoff Game decided by a SHOOTOUT? Even PRIOR to the Finals? Hell, I don’t even like the fact that that the NHL uses shootouts in REGULAR season games.

    • Trac

      I love the shoot out. What’s so bad about it? It’s not like they don’t get overtime. It’s only bad if your team loses.

      • CanadaBear

        Still get a loser point!!!!!!!!!!

        • Trac

          Huh?

          • MB30SD

            yeah, huh?

          • CanadaBear

            If the game is tied at the end of regulation, each team gets a pt. If a game ends not in a tie in regulation the winner gets 2 pts and the loser gets nada. Thus a loser pt.

          • MB30SD

            I have to begrudgingly agree with shady, in SOME games… to the untrained american eye, the shootout is the most exciting and americanish part (SCORE DAMN IT… or at least cause a huge fiery crash or something out of a michael bay movie).

            Why lose that? I loved the shootout… two teams enter, one team leaves.

            Oh, and speaking of michael bay: http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/634f52e7d2/kenny-powers-the-k-swiss-mfceo-uncensored

            (with a human brain aaaaaaannndd….. penis.)

      • AlbertInTucson

        It’s like you completely change to a different game to decide the winner.

        College Football’s O.T. procedure ALSO stinks out loud and should be relegated to the trash heap of history.

        • Trac

          It’s a tournement where teams have to turn around and play the next game in days. 120 minutes in piping hot humid climate where teams are only allowed to make 3 subs all game. To make these teams play until they score is a huge disadvantage for the winner when it comes to the next match. There’s also injuries to think about.

          • AlbertInTucson

            Sorry, that just doesn’t cut any mustard with me, Trac.

            First of all, you said it; DAYS between matches. If the fatigue is too big an issue then relax the the subsitution rules for the O.T. but “Play on”.

            Better still, trash that stupid offside rule and let the scoring pick up. That the vast majority of games are 1-0 or 2-1 or a draw is anachronistic as far as I’m concerned.

        • Irish Sweetness

          But after 120 minutes of football what other option is there? You need a winner. It’s perfect. The simplest expression of football is penalties.

    • Shady

      I wish soccer would implement some rules from hockey. Line changes. Penalty minutes. I think that would make the game a bit more exciting. Regarding shootouts, I think it makes more sense in soccer than it does in hockey. Line changes allow players to remain a bit fresher and more active for overtime minutes. They don’t have shootouts in the NHL playoffs, but I can understand why they do during the regular season. If MEX and NED had continued to play that game in overtime periods in that heat, I’m not sure either team would be able to bounce back for the next knockout round. I also enjoy penalty kicks in soccer, it’s probably the most exciting part of the game in my opinion.

    • Irish Sweetness

      Best part of the WC for me. In fact it should happen after 90 mins – they’re not able to tun around for half an hour in ET after giving everything.

      The penalties for Chile were disgraceful. It boggles the mind that teams don’t practice penalties. Most of them were straight down the line.

  • AlbertInTucson

    Blogfather tweet: “I love how the same people who roundly stated they dislike the game yesterday now are trying to fix it. Maybe…shut the fuck up?”

    Sorry, but responding to criticism with “Maybe ..shut the fuck up” isn’t even a good enough response to qualify as “weak”. It also totally invalidates the response. Frankly, I think it’s, ugh, “Troll Like” and beneath you. Feel free to be better than “STFU”.

    • Trac

      There’s good theatre and then there’s bad theatre. Not all theatrerites understand this. Hee hee.

  • MB30SD

    can someone please get greece the FUCK out of the WC. God they are SO turrible to watch. They are bad for the game. Classic boring defensive soccer. uhhhgggg….

    • MB30SD

      Not quite sure why but the more I watch the more I hate the greeks.

      When you’re on a power play into the box 5 on 2 against an exhausted 10 man side and you still can do shit… you are garbage. Fuck off greece.

      • MB30SD

        Awesoooome

      • Trac

        Greece! Where the men are afraid and the sheep are escared.

    • AlbertInTucson

      Done

  • SC Dave

    I think Costa Rica’s run has been really cool. I’d love to see it again, to put Netherlands on the sidelines.

    • Trac

      Shut yo mouth. The Netherlands are my white horse team. He he. Le Franc’e must die. Wee?

      • MB30SD

        France going to clean house baby

        • Trac

          Hahaha.

          • MB30SD

            hee hee

    • Irish Sweetness

      Colombia are the dark horses for me. You need a world class stud to make the difference in the later rounds and Rodriguez is the man (boy). That’s why the WC is great, every one of them produces a new star. It was Ronaldinho, Messi, Ronaldo, now Rodriguez.

      Nigeria’s D is tight, they might surprise France and take them to penos.

  • Trac

    France will beat Nigeria tomorrow me thinks.
    Germany will dispose of the French scum after they beat Algeria.

    • AlbertInTucson

      I think the last time the French beat the Germans Napolean Bonaparte was the coach…?

      • SC Dave

        At least without a lot of help.

    • MB30SD

      hmmmmm… me thinks a shocker is in store (or an MB kissofdeath torpedo special)

  • MB30SD

    you know who’s good peoples?

    Murph is good peoples.

    • Shady

      But we already knew that.

  • John ‘GP’ Nada

    I’m no fan of the shootout but in the Chile game it was warranted. In the Holland game they took cooling breaks every 30 minutes of play. With Chile, their fullback cramped out, hammys were going to start pulling like a violin concerto. In extra time, neither Brazil nor Chile had anything left in the tank. It would have been another 30 minutes of exhausted football, then another, etc. In this case, it was a bad way to end a good game, but it’s the least bad of all options. To keep playing could potentially ruin a team down the stretch, and to make it a game of attrition isn’t what fans want from the sport.

  • MB30SD

    OMG TJ!!!! You SOOOOOOOOO have to get one… or 15, of these!

    http://www.mandatory.com/2014/06/30/todays-funny-photos/15

  • MB30SD

    this is pretty awesome: http://ejoh.se/worldcup2014/goals/

  • Big Mike

    Overrated: OLB­/DE Julius Peppers –­­
    I liked the Packers signing him to a deal, but he didn’t play that well
    last season. Maybe a new home will rejuvenate him. He’s more name than
    game based on last season.

    • Trac

      Last year don’t count for a good analysis. Our D was so bad that even superman would have struggled.

      • Big Mike

        Prisco wrote this. Most underated and overated player on each team.

  • MB30SD
  • MB30SD

    Le blew

    • Trac

      Le Blow?

      • MB30SD

        Not against the Nigerians.

        • Trac

          Le see!

          • MB30SD

            we are

  • MB30SD

    Hey jeff, it’s pretty obvious that God does indeed, hate mexico.

    • Trac

      Jacob I loved, Esau…….not so much.

      • MB30SD

        I have no idea what you are talking about.

        • Trac

          I understand. Just came to mind after reading said tweets. NB will get it.

          • MB30SD

            I bet he will, he’s good with yahweh like that… I on the other hand, dance to my own drummer, and as you well know, am not a biblical scholar.

            I am a student of the game of life trac my good mainjeses.

            Oh, and… Le Wee Wee… no?

    • AlbertInTucson

      Not shedding a tear Mexico. Vayan con Dios, muchachos.

  • MB30SD

    off…. sides.

  • Trac

    Le French’e gooooaaaaaaal!

  • MB30SD
  • Trac

    Warning: Non Football Post. Surprise, surprise. He he.

    Anyone ever watch Alaska State Troopers on the tube?

    I used to want to spend a year in Alaska traveling, hunting and fishing but after watching this show, Alaska can kiss my rear end. The people up there are royal douche’s and it’s prolly safer going back to Suid Afrika.

    • MB30SD

      ZA baby, Z……A!!!

      • Trac

        Yeah, I called it too. Vait till ze Germans go thru. Myaaaaaaaahaaaaa!

        • MB30SD

          uh huh.

          How hard would you shit a brick if ze germans lost? Wait didn’t ze germans draw ghana and win by one v the USMNT?

          Hmmmm…. maybe not az strong az ve all sink?

          • Trac

            Hahaha

  • MB30SD
    • MB30SD

      what you didn’t see from the sidelines: https://vine.co/v/MFgYDwjJvw5

    • Trac

      He did get his foot stepped on.

      • MB30SD

        that can reeeaaaaally smart.

  • MB30SD

    Ze germans def not looking dominating.

    Fucking Algeria… really!?

    Le Frogs going to mop the floor with these fucking krauts. Revenge the last 100 years of patheticness.

    • SC Dave

      Algeria is actually a pretty strong side.

      • MB30SD

        they actually are, I agree. But the french are a real contender (this year). I think if they can get past ze germans… watch out. they’ll be dang-er-roos.

        • SC Dave

          Remember the qualifier we played them? It was a tight game – they gave us all we could handle. More or less what they did with die Fußballnationalmannschaft…

          • MB30SD

            yeah. Have to admit i was impressed today especially

    • Trac

      Hahaha. It’s time for Le Frenchy’s to hang up their Jacquestraps. Hee hee.

  • Trac

    Achtung MB, achtung!

    • MB30SD

      pleeeeaaaase!

      They got very lucky… france is NOT fucking Algeria my mainjses

      • Trac

        Big day for the U.S. tomorrow. Yep, U.S.A. baby!

        Double header upset Special! Are you ready for this MB? Here it comes…………….Switzerland baby!

        • MB30SD

          Hahahaha… you’re still backing those shitbirds?!

          USA
          ARG

          • Trac

            They have played pretty well except the game where the Frenchys got lucky.

          • MB30SD

            poor loser! hahahaha

          • SC Dave

            So long as it’s USA, don’t give much a shit. Though really, I’d rather we didn’t have to deal with friggin’ Messi. Best player in the world, that dude.

          • MB30SD

            yeah, but that’s really all they have right now. Their D is pretty poor…us.

            I’d much rather play ARG than GER or BRA

          • Trac

            A Swiss victory (that sounds so revisionist history) would be one of the keys to the U.S. making it to the semi’s if we beat Belgium.

  • Trac

    Does a QB want the teams 10th best player protecting his blindside?

    http://espn.go.com/blog/tampa-bay-buccaneers/post/_/id/4942/top-15-bucs-no-10

  • Trac
    • MB30SD

      jesus. positive vibes.

    • SC Dave

      Yikes. One of those days that change one’s world. 5 to 9 percent… wow. Then again, why not A.J.?

  • Trac

    Spekken ze deutch? Yavohl, herr commandante! Danke schoen! Woot woot, woot woot, woot woot.

    • MB30SD

      meh, they better step it up BIG TIME for the next game.

      Wee wee?

      • SC Dave

        This is Le Bleus’ big chance to get revenge for 1940.

        • MB30SD

          Hahahaha… exactly.

          Fucking french… always lovers not fighters.

          But my lordy lord, their cheese, wine, bread, and weemangses (in that order)

  • SC Dave

    Wow, the Supreme Court got one right on the Hobby Lobby thing. It’s been awhile. If it’s a big deal they won’t cover it for you, then go get another fucking job.

    Of course, they will likely never in my lifetime overcome the shameful ruling that it was okay for the US government to dictate what we have to buy (i.e. healthcare). Before long, it will be bonds in your retirement accounts, and then “investing” our money into pension plans for federal workers. Not that I’d expect a peep from the “progressives” on any of that, of course.

    • Cormonster

      The Justice I’ve like the best, and who has been the most consistent in his tenure, is Clarence Thomas. All of them have had rulings that SMH, including him, but he’s my favorite by far. I really like his philosophy on most issues.

      • SC Dave

        How can you not like a man that wrote this?

        “I peeled a fifteen-cent sticker off a package of cigars and stuck it on the frame of my law degree to remind myself of the mistake I’d made by going to Yale. I never did change my mind about its value.”

        and

        … when meeting white Democratic staffers in the United States Senate, he was “struck by how easy it had become for sanctimonious whites to accuse a black man of not caring about civil rights.”

        • MB30SD

          bullshit.

          I would have LOVED to have gone to yale. douche.

          • Cormonster

            To become a douchebag politician?

          • MB30SD

            No to play ivy league fb and bang hot nerdy chicks who are smarter than me.

            Fuck politics

      • MB30SD
    • MB30SD

      dave, my mainjeses… the fucking zombie apocalypse and total worldwide collapse of something (food, power, water, etc…) is coming before any of that shit.

      WE’re a fucking parasite upon this planet and at some point nature will fucking rebel. Always has always does.

      This always rang so true to me. I used to say something similar to friends. I was watching the matrix for the first time with a buddy and we were looking at each other going holy fucking shit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Na9-jV_OJI

      • SC Dave

        We are not a parasite. We are merely an overly successful species. If you want to pinpoint when it went to shit it’s when we invented agriculture, ended evolutionary pressure to improve, and overpopulated.

        • MB30SD

          I guess ‘overly successful’ is subjective.

          I’ll stick with parasite. same basic outcome right?

          • SC Dave

            The film clip you posted (normally, I don’t bother to watch film clips) reinforces what I wrote about agriculture. It’s then we became out of balance.

          • MB30SD

            yeah, we suck

      • SC Dave

        Also, I expect to see the US legislate a required percentage of individual retirement accounts be invested in US Bonds within the next 15 years. Perhaps much sooner, although the long overdue war cycle may delay it long enough for me.

      • Trac

        Ask 100 people for their opinion and you’ll get 100 different answers but I have a book……….

        • MB30SD

          I do too. A guy came to my door and gave it to me… for FREE!

          Actually, it’s more of a pamphlet.

          • Trac

            quick draw McGraw?

          • MB30SD

            Bill… he had a white shortsleeve button down, black slacks, a backpack, and a bike helmet.

          • Trac

            All they do is ride there bicycles around here. They don’t bother knocking on doors because they are in the heart of the Baptist Bible belt.

          • MB30SD

            hahahaha… they are actually the nicest people I’ve ever met… on the whole.

            So so nice. Fucking totally insane religion, but really nice peeps.

            That and I LOVE the idea of a mission. SO great. I think all US schools should implement this system, but of course it takes money. sigh.

          • bearsfantillend

            damn nice. they showed up to my house a couple years ago. i was outside trying to push mow my lawn with a broken foot. btw way its damn hard to push mow while on crutches. they insisted on mowing it for me. i told them they weren’t going to convert me because i did not believe in any hocus pocus religions. They laughed and still insisted on helping. so while one of the guys was mowing the other preached to me a bit, we actually got into a great religious debate. i thanked them and they were on their way, they were just happy to help.

          • MB30SD

            exactly. I always invite them in and give them bottled water whenever they knock, always.

            I also always offer beer first with a shiteating grin on my face. Always gets laughs.

            Like thems peeps a lot. good peeps.

    • Shady

      • MB30SD

        Hahaha

  • Trac

    Don’t mean to sound like captain obvious but how does this guy remember the lyrics to his music if he suffers from memory loss. Just askin!

    http://www.thepostgame.com/blog/men-action/201406/ex-nfl-tight-end-suffering-memory-loss-writes-heartwarming-song-family

  • AlbertInTucson

    France plays Germany. This seems appropriate:

    THE
    COMPLETE MILITARY HISTORY OF FRANCE

    Gallic Wars (61-58
    B.C.E.): Lost. In a war whose ending foreshadows the next 2000 years of French
    history, France is conquered by of all things, an Italian.

    Hundred Years War (1337 –
    1453): Mostly lost, saved at last by female schizophrenic who inadvertently creates
    The First Rule of French Warfare; “France’s armies are victorious when not led
    by a Frenchman”

    Italian Wars (1494 –
    1502): Lost. France becomes the first and only country to ever lose two wars
    when fighting Italians.

    Battle of Pavia (1521):
    Lost. Spain whips France, takes Italy.

    Thirty Years War {1618
    (1625 – 1630) 1648}: France is technically not a participant, but manages to
    get invaded anyway. Claims a tie on basis that eventually the other
    participants started to ignore her.

    War of the Augsburg
    (1688-1697)/ King William’s War (1689 – 1698)/ French and Indian
    War (1755 – 1756): Lost, but claims a tie. Three ties in a row induce
    deluded Frogophiles the world over to label the Period as the height of French
    military power.

    War of Spanish Succession (1701
    – 1714): Lost. The war also gave the French their first taste of Marlborough,
    which they have loved ever since.

    American Revolution (1775
    – 1783): In a move that will become quite familiar to future Americans, France
    claims a win even though the English colonists saw far more action. This is
    later known as “de Gaulle Syndrome”, and leads to the Second Rule of French
    Warfare; “France only wins when America does most of the fighting”.

    French Revolution (1789 –
    1799): Won, primarily due to the fact that the opponent was also French.

    The Napoleonic Wars (1800
    – 1815): Lost. Temporary victories (remember the First Rule!) due to the
    leadership of a Corsican, who ended up being no match for a British footwear
    designer.

    Franco-Prussian War (1870
    – 1871): Lost. The Germans take a field trip to Paris and Napoleon III loses
    his job. Germans become a world power. Papal States swiped by Italy as a final
    insult.

    Second Siege of Paris
    (April – May 1871): Won. Beaten French forces attack angry Parisians who had
    actually held out (but, in the fine French tradition eventually lost to the
    Germans). Again, another case of the opponent being French.

    World War 1 (1914 – 1918):
    Tied and on the way to losing, France is saved by the United States and
    Britain. Thousands of French women find out what it’s like to not only sleep
    with a winner, but one who doesn’t call her “Fraulein”. Sadly, widespread use
    of condoms by American Forces forestalls any improvement in the French
    bloodline.

    World War 2 (1939 – 1945):
    Lost. Vichey France created by the Germans to destroy any remaining elements of
    self-confidence and to keep the delusional French under a fantasy self
    government. Conquered French liberated by the United States and Britain just as
    they finish learning the Horst Wessel song.

    War in Indochina (1953 –
    1954): Lost. French forces plead sickness; take bed with the Dien Bien flu.

    Algerian Rebellion (1954 –
    1962): Lost. Loss marks the first defeat of a Western army by a Non-Turkic
    Muslim force since the Crusades, and produces the First Rule of Muslim Warfare;
    “We can always beat the French”. This rule is identical to the First Rules of
    the Italians, Russians, Germans, English, Dutch, Spanish, Vietnamese, and
    Esquimaux

    Operation Desert Storm
    (1991): Won. See Second Rule. French
    conveniently forgot that they sold Iraq their nuclear reactor that was
    conveniently destroyed by the Israelis several years earlier.

    War on Terrorism –
    France keeping in mind its recent history surrenders to Germans and Muslims
    just to be safe. Attempts to surrender to Vietnamese ambassador fail after he
    takes refuge in a McDonald’s. Remember, the last time the French asked for
    “more proof”, [Treaty of Versailles violations], it came marching into Paris
    under a German flag and followed by German storm troopers and panzer tanks.

    • Cormonster

      I’m no fan of the French, but didn’t Charlemange drive the Muslims out of Europe around the 700-800’s? I could be wrong. I’m going off drunk memory right now.

  • Irish Sweetness

    Fifa – by John Oliver.

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