Wednesday, November 09, 2005
I would just like to point out that Brett Favre's reaction to the whole TO saga is to talk about how good a player he is, and to hem and haw about his lockerroom presence, while Rodney Harrison's reaction is to say he doesn't want TO "anywhere near my team" and to say that he's obsessed with money and a bad team player and so on.
That, my friends, is the Patriots way. And even if they're losing (remember always The Lost Season in that '3 out of the last 4 Superbowls'), I trust that the Patriots way will remain the same.
I don't really have anything else to say, except that me and my friend Val pushed through a motion to have our debate in French class tomorrow be about the use of instant replay in sports. Otherwise it was going to be about something like hurricane responses or celebrity rights to privacy. I love French debates, because fully two thirds of the class can't actually speak French, despite the fact that one would assume they've studied the language at some point of their lives before this. I look forward to watching people stumble awkwardly while trying to convert "American League Championship Series" and "Sun Belt Conference" into French on the fly.
What can I say about the Sox? I don't understand the chatter about Theo maybe coming back... I'm sure John Henry is trying to be a good dude here, but I somehow doubt that things are going to change enough to lure Theo back into what would essentially be the same situation he just left. Manny, Damon, all that, I got nothin'.
Aw, Cincinnati just got their black-clad asses handed to them by West Virginia. Yes, I watched the whole game. It was on, so sue me. Plus, Kevin Youkilis. Poor Youks, his Bearcats are inept.
So, basically, sorry it's been a bit slow 'round here lately, but classes... well, I won't get into it. Suffice it to say that it's been busy, and if I try to take this many credits again next semester, someone will need to give me a good solid whack upside the head.