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Lord have mercy Favre is dumber than I thought

Posted on: July 23, 2008 3:33 pm
 

And on Sunday I made it clear how dumb I think he is.

Turns out, I was too kind.

Not only is there a report that brain-challenged Brett Favre used his team-issued cell phone to incur tampering allegations with the Vikings -- so that's how the Packers got their hands on his phone records -- but now there's a report that Favre could be headed to the Bucs.

You know, the one team Favre was reportedly not headed to.

Just when you think Favre couldn't possibly be dumber, he dumbs himself deeper into a corner. If the tampering allegations are true, he has cost himself a shot at his preferred destination, Minnesota. The NFL would never allow Favre to go there.

And now, it looks like the team hottest on his trail -- Tampa Bay -- is the team he most prefers to avoid.

You've got to hand it to Favre. That is one stupid SOB.

 

Category: NFL
Tags: Brett Favre
 
Comments

Since: Jul 24, 2008
Posted on: July 24, 2008 8:25 pm
 

Lord have mercy

Haha, I'm still getting impersonators?  I haven't written anything to you for many months. 

I see now that your Hate Mail is still functioning, so perhaps I'll have to submit some doozies for ya.  My first post didn't even come close to summing up the whole situation of what is going on.  Those brownshirts seriously violated like 8 of the first 10 amendments to the Constitution, and even that doesn't cover all of the wrongs.  I'm quite literally being terrorized and extorted by the Iowa City Police Department.  I'm experiencing a severe obfuscation of defense.  I'm being subjected to cruel and unusual punishment. My person and property are being held guilty until proven innocent, which they are making impossible by their obfuscation of defense.  I've appeal for redress of grievances and have only been met with ridicule and denial by the brownshirts.  They threatened to take my child away and arrest me for interfering with official acts, simply because I questioned the validity of the stop and their unlawful seizure of my property.  I couldn't get the officer to show me where he had the right to seize my property.  The officer could not provide anything but hypotheticals and threats.  The brownshirts were going to leave me, my child and about $1,000 of work supplies stranded 20 miles from home in a less than desirable neighborhood for such a scenario.  Then the shift supervisor loaded my child into the back seat of the squad car and strapped her in with a shotgun pointing in her direction, mounted inches from her head.

Those motherfudgers fudged with the wrong motherfudger.



stridooo
Since: Apr 7, 2007
Posted on: July 24, 2008 4:50 pm
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Since: Oct 14, 2006
Posted on: July 24, 2008 2:36 pm
 

Lord have mercy Favre is dumber than I thought

Don't you love it Brett when your the center of a soap opra,  when everybody talks about you when they don't deserve to even whisper your name,  people who have done nothing on this tiny little planet,   but talk about you on the computer where you will never read it because you have to many things in your life that we all wish we had,  or how about being compared with Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds isn't that great...point is Brett can do what ever he want to do,  he's probably the only NFL Star that deserves the Hall of Fame...while he still plays.



Since: Mar 20, 2008
Posted on: July 24, 2008 12:28 pm
 

Lord have mercy Favre is dumber than I thought

I really thought Brett would seriously consider going to the Buccaneers.  The only problem would probably be Jon Gruden and Brett Favre bunting heads over playcalls like Gruden did with Rich Gannon when he coached the Raiders.  But hey, even though they didn't agree on everything, if it wasn't for the "Arm in forward throwing motion" call that anyone with any sense at all would call a fumble, Oakland would have won the superbowl that year.




Since: Mar 17, 2007
Posted on: July 24, 2008 10:01 am
 

Lord have mercy Favre is dumber than I thought

Yes, one and the same.  Let me qualify...."I agree with Gregg Doyel.  And FOR THE RECORD, I generally don't consider myself a fan of Gregg Doyel.  He is, however, still higher on my list than Mike Freeman...I assume he works pro bono."

Not an overwhelming endorsement, but better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick, wouldn't you say?




Since: Mar 27, 2007
Posted on: July 24, 2008 9:35 am
 

Lord have mercy Favre is dumber than I thought

I just wish we knew the whole situation, what the Packers told Brett before he decided to retire.



Since: Dec 25, 2006
Posted on: July 24, 2008 9:26 am
 

Lord have mercy Favre is dumber than I thought

Chris is that really you? People have been pretending to BE you in my mailbag, and I've sniffed most of them out. I might have let one imposter sneak through. This certainly sounds like you. It sounds borderline criminally insane, which of course is a high compliment from me.



Since: Dec 25, 2006
Posted on: July 24, 2008 9:20 am
 

Lord have mercy Favre is dumber than I thought

Wisco, are you also the person who posted on Greta's blog under the "Not Sniffing" name? Whoever that person was, he (or she) concluded by saying:

I agree with Gregg Doyel. And, FOR THE RECORD, I don’t like Gregg Doyel.

Hmph.




Since: Jul 24, 2008
Posted on: July 24, 2008 2:22 am
 

Lord have mercy

Long time no speak, Doyel.  What's up?

Since I'm also a stupid SOB, I thought that I'd stop by and add a comment to this post.  I created a new account and everything!  I see that the leeches made it impossible to add two cents without first giving up the info.

How stupid am I? I got my car impounded and fully admit that I didn't have registration or insurance, yet I'm going to win!  The secondary security of liability code which I was cited for, which led to the impoundment, does not list a penalty for non-registered automobiles for residents within the state.  The only penalties listed are for car registered within the state or for non-residents and non-state cars.  The only time that the officer has the option of impoundment for such an insurance violation is for cars registered within the state or for cars involved in an accident. The first citation that I received was for operating without registration.  I know for a fact that my car isn't registered in the state.  The plates were from a different car and so far expired that they have fallen out of the system.  When reading the law and apply simple logic to the language presented within the code, it's easy to see that there is no listed penalties for no security of liability for non-registered automobiles of residents within the state.  The most that I should have received is the registration violation, which is a non-impoundable simple misdemeanor, and perhaps a warning for no insurance.

On top of that, I was terrorized and extorted by the police, and also had 75% of my assets seized unlawfully.  If you read the Bill of Rights, they broke like 7 of 'em, and I'm calling them on it.  I am being deprived of life and liberty, big time, among other things.  I'm being held guilty before trial.  I'm supposed to be innocent before proven guilty.  The property, my car, was not registered in the state and therefore also has been found guilty before trial.

Peace,

Chris C.




Since: Nov 12, 2007
Posted on: July 24, 2008 1:02 am
 

Lord have mercy Favre is dumber than I thought

Seriously, are some of you so stupid to actually believe ANY NFL team issues cell phones to its players? That makes no sense. Everyone gets so caught up trying to justify their own emotional opinions that they apparently check common sense at the door. Apparently, you're dumber than I thought.

At least your blog is appropriately named. I hope your Mom sends you out with a bib when she actually lets you out of the house.


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