Sunday, December 17, 2006

Thanks Flex Schedule



NBC is treating football fans in Southern California the same way that Terrell Owens treated DeAngelo Hall last night. Instead of watching the Chargers in beautiful 70 degree weather, we will be freezing our (expletives) off in Hoth Ice Planet conditions. Look for THN in Plaza 3, watching the game under a slashed Tonton.

Thanks to The King for hooking THN up with the tickets.

25 comments:

NFL Adam said...

This is not an invitation for those of you in cold-weather cities to complain. "You don't know what cold is, I live in Rhode Island and it's minus 80."

Listen, that is your own fault.

Diane said...

Cowboy up, tough guy.

Seitz said...

It reads more like an invitation for you to post a comment telling the rest of us how we're not allowed to comment on what a wuss you are.

bucky said...

No kidding.

"I just posted a dumbass comment that shows what a pussy I am. Please don't call me out."

Sorry bub. I've spent too many days freezing my ass at Lambeau, Dyche and Camp Randall- usually watching a shitass 3-win team- to have any sympathy for a guy who gets to watch a game in the old mission. Diane is right- nut up.

david said...

bucky, if you've frozen your ass off at dyche, haven't you frozen your ass off at ryan field yet?

bucky said...

I refuse to call that facility on Central Avenue down the street from Mustard's Last Stand anything but Dyche Stadium.

NFL Adam said...

A wuss? I've been to 1:00 p.m. September games for the Cardinals at Sun Devil Stadium and have had no problems.

But the freezing conditions tonight were inhumane.

NFL Adam said...

And if anybody wants to join me on the links for a noon tee time in Las Vegas this July, come out and show me how macho you are.

Seitz said...

Whatever, dude. I've played PGA West at noon in August. I played in the Illinois state amateur qualifier in 95 degree heat with about 98% humidity, while dragging my own bag. You're still a wuss.

Tommy Tuck Rule said...

Well, now that SD has a true superstar running back, several offensive weapons, a great record and a legitmate shot at winning a super bowl, all that was left was a home game in real football weather to actually make the Chargers a real football team.

SRF said...

You're not tough if you can't play where its cold. You're a going to be a so-cal pretty boy unitl you win in the snow. Thats what it takes to cement a legacy.

Anonymous said...

I've lived in the midwest, cold doesn't make you tough. I reveled in it. You outta state homos wouldn't last in SoCal -- as evidence by all the fools who move here and then have to bail with their tails between their legs - 'cause they can't hang.

NFL Adam said...

Are still playing Seitz? I remember you reading that you were going to give up the game.

I took all of your, uh, advice to heart though. I wore shorts. And I froze.

Anonymous said...

Apparently your house couldn't hang either, brah. It just slid off a cliff in a mudslide.

Seitz said...

Well, technically that state am qualifier was before I "quit", and probably one of the reasons behind that decision. But one of the good things about living in the Midwest is that I can use this time of year to recharge the batteries, so to speak. So I'm kind of unquitting for now, until I get really frustrated again, at which point I'll re-quit.

Diane said...

Even I've played golf with a hangover in Palm Desert in August - sure it's miserable, but is that really the new standard for "macho"?

Anonymous said...

Sorry brah, only rich a-holes live on cliffs.
Say hi to you mudhut -- just went by in the tornado/hurricane, stampede of fat boitches etc. etc. etc.

Richard Cranium said...

So much hate because we have nice weather most of the time. I'm sure the sacrifice is worth it for you. You get to look like tough guys and your house cost less than my car. Oh, sorry, a car is like your horse and wagon, except it is a machine and it goes really fast. You people in NY know what I'm talkng about.

NFL Adam said...

Doing anything in 110 degree heat, no problem. But I shut it down when the temperature goes below 50.

Conrad Bain said...

Doing anything in 110 degree heat, no problem. But I shut it down when the temperature goes below 50.

Wow, Fatty. That's fascinating.

NFL Adam said...

Exactly, because you would figure a fat guy would do well in the cold. I might look like I'm from Wisconsin, but I don't act like it.

Seitz said...

Thank God. The last thing the world needs is more Wisconsinites.

Conrad Bain said...

I might look like I'm from Wisconsin, but I don't act like it.

Not being from Wisconsin myself, I can objectively state the above is true. You're more like a guy from Nebraska. And this blog is your lecture to wife and pets.

NFL Adam said...

Nebraska. Damn it, I was just thinking that was a better description. Now if I can just find a two-sizes too small "N" hat, lined with salt rings to really complete the look.

THE KING said...

All hail THE KING.