Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Lil' Hater: Is this thing on?

Ask yourself this question today, which has a better chance of being refurbished -- the Saints playoff chances or the Ninth Ward? I don't want to say that the situation is dire in New Orleans, but a couple of Saints fans spray painted, "Please Help Us" on the SuperDome roof.

What?

Seriously though, last night's game was, hands-down, the biggest tragedy that city has seen in recent years, bar none. I'm stumped to think of anything worse.

It sure was sad to see the fans leave the Superdome so early in the fourth quarter. But I guess the parking lot there is a little hard to get out of with all those canoes and life rafts floating around.

I guess more fans would've worn bags over their heads, but they still needed them to help move all their possessions to Houston....

Hey, why does my office smell like sulfur?

Congratulations to Archie Manning to once again use this tragedy for more camera fornicating. Those commercials with Matt Leinart aren't too far from the truth. Too bad Daddy Manning has ruined the career of a third child, because Cooper and Eli just weren't enough. Archie, I hate to tell you this, but you were an average quarterback on a crappy team. How many winning seasons does this team have during its history? And you did not have one of them. Jerk.

7 comments:

Diane said...

Thank you. Whoever appointed Archie Manning as beloved mascot for the NFL never took a poll of NFL fans.

Terry Schiavo said...

Is there anything funnier than New Orleans? Really, about the only thing that could make the Ninth Ward a more ripe subject for humor is if I had been visiting when it flooded!

James Dungy said...

Or if I would have waited to kill myself in the flood waters.

Chris Benoit said...

Sorry, I committed my crimes in Atlanta.

Steve Irwin said...

Or if I had gone diving there after the flood and been put on the barby!

Death said...

Wow, Steve Irwin? Too soon.

Michael Vick said...

I should have drowned my beloved pitbulls down there. Then this whole thing would have never been traced back to me.