Gregg Easterbrook, as always, hits several nails on the head in this week’s Tuesday Morning Quarterback. Here are some of my favorite excerpts:
In other football news, before Sunday’s Arizona-San Francisco contest, many Cardinals players experienced anxiety attacks…It seems Cardinals players were disoriented and frightened to look up and see the home stands full of people.
One of the questions on the Eagles cheerleaders bio pages is, “What can you never say no to?” The most common answer is “Chocolate.” Strangely, not a one of the cheerleaders responds, “Football columnists.”
Sweet Play of the Week No.3: Game scoreless, Pittsburgh goes for it on fourth-and-1 on the Miami 39…4 yards and the first down, and the Steelers record the game’s first touchdown on the possession.
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TMQ also agrees that Note Dame’s fake punt called when they were already hammering Penn State 27-3 late in the 3rd quarter was bad football karma. Beware ye who will offend the football gods by running up the score! Notre Dame will get theirs, just wait…
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I know economics is tough for liberals, particularly since they hate the free market, but if you’re hocking a product that nobody wants to buy and/or sponsor – IT’S A BAD PRODUCT. Again, Duh.
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I am sorry more than ever that I voted for that sleazy, lying, megalomaniac, self-centered, add-your-own-insult-here ex-President in 1992. Thank God I had my conservative awakening a few years later!
Way back when I raised my right hand and said, “I do solemnly swear to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies foreign or domestic…”, I should think that the deplorable, no make that treasonous group calling themselves “Scholars for 9/11 Truth” certainly qualifies as the latter.
I’m all for free speech, but free speech doesn’t include sedition.
Thanks to Sister Toldjah for pointing them out.
Fans of the Dortmunder series by Donald Westlake will be familiar with the “Travel by Extradition” approach used by one of Dortmunder’s associates. One must wonder if that was John Mark Karr’s aim, especially since he was in Thailand wanted on local charges, where the system of justice and punishment is more severe than the normal state here.
By the way, how come he’s known as “John Mark Karr”? I thought only confirmed murderers/assassins/serial killers had three names. 😉
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Well, I’m finally going to start blogging. Given the events of 8/10, and what could have been, let us all reflect back to the inspiration for my blog’s title, Winston Churchill, and read the words of “You Do Your Worst – and We Will Do Our Best”