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He Retired Again!

Posted on: February 11, 2009 8:58 pm
 

Hopefully this is good riddence.  I wouldn't be surprised if ole "tears and beers" had one more bout with his need for the spotlight before he truely calls it quits.  I predict he will have an interview within the next two weeks where he cries.  Just a hunch.

Looking back on his last return, it couldn't have turned out any better for all us Favre haters.  He hurt his old team, he didn't help his new team, and he showed his true stripes for being the me first prima donna that he is.  Funny how the Jets questioned his work ethic in practice. 

Great week for internet.  Favre retires and the Yankees get caught juicing again.  Laughing

Category: NFL
Tags: Favre
 
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Since: Mar 6, 2008
Posted on: February 12, 2009 4:59 pm
 

He Retired Again!

All in good fun T Montana, we disagree on the Yankees, but that's ok.   You had to be at least a little amuzed at the responses.   

The trouble with Carl Pohlad is that he tried to run the thing like a business.  I think sports ownership is hobby.  The main goal being win.  He nickle and dimed it for years.  The fans quit coming and he made even less money.  I guess the one good thing about his frugalness was that he improved the farm system.  He passed and I think his kids are going to sink some more money into the roster. 

Last year in the dome.  New ballpark in 2010, and it looks great.  Funny thing is they built it next to a garbage processor. Yep, the stadium will be down wind from the "dump".  The Twins aren't worried about it though, maybe they know something I don't.

I can't take that bet, but I would have called it "some filthy tub". 

He already had an interview.  I didn't think it would be for at least a week.  What a media hor.  Seems just like him, Jets, me, me, me, me......

 

 



TMontana_99
Since: Jul 13, 2008
Posted on: February 12, 2009 1:15 pm
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