Monday, January 15, 2007

Where's the sports? Is this a kissing book?

A few quick thoughts on yesterday's Patriots-Chargers game, a contest in which New England was the last team standing on the Chargers logo.
  • Did anybody else notice Chargers coach Marty Schottenheimer took off his sunglasses halfway through the game? I prefer him with the glasses, a look that went out around the last time Marty won a playoff game.
  • A friend noticed this bizarre stat during the Patriots game-tying fourth-quarter drive. Brady's stats at one point on the drive: 4 for 10, one INT.
  • So the Pats get to face the Colts, an AFC championship matchup predestined the moment Adam Vinatieri signed with Indy last offseason. My biased prediction: Vinatieri wide right, Pats vs. Saints in the big game.

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

If the Saints make it to the Superbowl, I will die happy. And by "happy," I mean "of alcohol poisoning."

Go Saints!!!

January 15, 2007  
Blogger Kevin said...

Maybe after we win #4 we could have the parade in San Diego. Makes sense: cuter girls, warmer weather, and they've already covered the logistics. Start shipping the duckboats!

January 15, 2007  
Anonymous Sebastian Dangerfield said...

Sir:

I must respectfully dissent.

San Diego's girls are not cuter than Boston's. Granted, they dress better (i.e. skimpier) in SD because of the weather. That said, Boston's multitude of universities all but guarantees it's preeminence atop the talent depth charts.

January 15, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

College girls are not Boston girls. That's like saying America has good beer because we import Guinness.

Face facts. Boston girls are dubious, dubious skanks. Hear the raspy call of the Bronto-Saugus.

January 15, 2007  
Anonymous Sebastian Dangerfield said...

Sir:

Your point about the North Shore is well received.

However, you confuse from where cute girls may come and where they can be found. The former warrants no attention while the later merits the utmost. She might be from Boise, but she’s moving to The Bean for college. And if/when she moves on, her younger sister will be standing at the ready to replace her in COM 101. In sum: college girls might not be Boston girls, but girls in Boston are disproportionately college girls.

College aged girls flock to our fair Boston, the Athens of America. So long as our institutions of higher learning stay in business/do not relocate, this phenomenon will continue. Forget biotech, Boston’s universities are collectively our Golden Goose because they maintain here a constant supply of 18-25 year old coeds. Year in, year out. If I may paraphrase one of Western Civilization’s greatest philosophers: That's what I love about these college girls, man. I get older, they stay the same age.

January 15, 2007  
Anonymous All of the women reading this said...

that here we have a documented moment of how guys can ruin what's going for them by opening their mouths...

January 15, 2007  

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