Monday, February 04, 2008

More lolcatz... er... dogz

Loldogz: Somebody sent me this:


Somehow, I can't stop laughing.

Mercury Morris: If there was a downside to the Patriots loss (hard to imagine), it was that we have to hear quotes from the '72 Dolphins. Mercury Morris, at his best (and worst):
I'm very humbled at what the Giants were able to do as underdogs, realizing that on any given Sunday, anybody can beat anybody else, except in 1972.

Man, those guys are pricks. It won't be long until somebody starts I Hate The 1972 Miami Dolphins, an even worse blog than this one. I can't wait until all of those old guys die.

Mercury Morris: Jail made him clever-er.

Coming soon: The slow process of enjoying each and every aspect of that most delicious game. First up: The Drive. Sorry, Elway, your Drive is now just a footnote of history.

And finally, the Ridiculous: Just one picture to look at. Amazing:

Manning: Elusive? Tyree: Head-catching Stud

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Blogger Nathan said...

This was the other reason I wanted the Patriots to win and Last year I wanted the Colts to win them all. I want someone to shut up the Miami Dolphins and show them that they are not the only unbeaten team.

Oh well maybe someone will do it next year.


12:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You should do a poll of what the favorite team is of people on here (besides of course, the team playing the Patriots).
Colts are probably #1 (only a Colts fan could create this site) but Chargers fans have to be up there (I have come here since the "San Diego Nightmare"). Rams? Steelers?
The AFC East teams?
Really Patriot Hating knows no boundaries, so it would be kind of interesting.

2:02 PM  
Anonymous ConcussBrady said...

As a Dolphins fan, I take great joy in the '72 boys tweaking the Cheatriots. And listening to the Patsies fans whine here in these parts all day, the fact they couldn't take the Dolphins record really, REALLY irritates them. The Patsies hate the Dolphins more than anything else. I've seen them wish death on Marino, Shula, David Woodley, and Flipper. So I really don't care who hates the '72 Dolphins, because they are proud of their record and it annoys the Cheatriots fans so damn much.

2:10 PM  
Anonymous Chip Dawg finally shut up..??! said...

First of all...

18 and 1! Yeeeeeah! Lovin' that. Shut those bloated cheatriot fans up for a little while.

Anyway, I'm also a dolphins fan, but I think what Mercury said was pretty egotistical. If the 72 dolphins want to say something meaningful, they should all go to Dolphins Stadium and give the new dolphins a real talking to. Come on, guys! Worry about what your own team is doing to your legacy instead of what other teams* are!

Sorry. That's just my opinion. Let us all continue to unite in this sweet, sweet defeat.

2:42 PM  
Anonymous steelerfan4life said...

I have to say i am no dolphin fan either but what the 72 dolphins did does deserve respect. They went undefeated and did so without the black cloud of cheating and dishonesty hanging over their heads. To paraphrase the old commercial, 'they did it the old fashioned way----they earned it'.

Seeing the dog in your blog makes me you think Tom Brady is fetching eli manning's pipe and slippers now??? if not he should be..

4:22 PM  
Blogger Mike D. said...

The 1972 Dolphins are the greatest team to ever exist. One should only wish that Dan Marino was born 10 years earlier so as to experience a Super Bowl Championship. Props to Mercury for the quote. And Larry Csonka can return peacefully to syndicated original American Gladiators.

4:33 PM  
Anonymous The Truth Teller said...

Tom Brady Cut:

In a totally unexpected twist of irony, New England Patriots QB, Tom Brady, was cut early Monday morning, the day after losing Super Bowl 42.
Not by the team he plays for, but by the product sold Gillette, the company who currently holds the naming rights to the Patriots’ home stadium.

Tom was allegedly shaving his “post-season beard” after the Patriots’ loss to the New York Giants. When asked about the beard, (which not many people were aware of,) Tom became a bit irritated & exclaimed,
“What!? Are you kidding me? I’ve been growing this since the end of week 17! It’s a full 3 weeks of growth and was completely obvious!! ANYONE can see that!!!”

Fellow teammates of Brady offered their support in his defense. They all agreed Tom “tried growing the beard”, (a customary practice in most sports during playoffs – championship games.) “However, he has always been unable to actually grow facial hair.”

The cut was not of serious nature, but rather a common “razor nick” and no stitches or further medical attention was necessary.

Tom was unavailable for comments.

6:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I drank coffee with milk. I farted. It smells.

6:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

lolcatz? GAY.

6:49 PM  
Anonymous Yo Yo Mother said...

What we need is for the Dolphins to go 0-16 - almost happened this year,dammit Baltimore.
I really feel like if Miami goes 0-16, that will nullify their claim to a perfect season.
One can only hope.

11:43 PM  
Anonymous GiantsfaninNE said...

I'm watching the Giants Super Bowl parade live on the NFL Network. I'm still shocked and thrilled that the Giants won, but it's hard to stop listening to the Boston WEEI radio station lament about what they "could have had". Man, that's fun to listen to.

8:51 AM  
Anonymous AGIANTWIN said...

I'm loving it too GiantsfaninNE...
The Patriots, however, can take comfort in knowing they were a pretty good 2nd tier team..Obviously not as good as any of the teams that actually won a championship but you know just as good as the other 2nd tier teams this year iedallas, pittsburgh, green bay etc etc..
lol I love how the 2007 pats are now just a etc etc etc team
oh and hats off to the giants. If coughlin, eli, strahan, or any of the giants ever come to my town..i'd be honored to buy them a drink and shake their hands

10:07 AM  
Blogger Chip Dawg said...

Oh the Chip Dawg will never shut up so easily. The Giants may have won the game and certainly deserve to be Superbowl Champions. HOWEVER,
no matter what bullshit you knuckleheads say, one loss will NEVER detract from what the Patriots accomplished this season. I will never stop being a fan of the Patriots, the greatest football team I've ever seen in 30 years of watching football. 3 Superbowls in 4 years and being 18-1 (16-0 in a regular season) are things the whole New England Region is proud of. We'll also be damned if losing one game or even the silly Spygate foolishness is going to ruin Was it painful to lose? Sure. But not the end of the world. We'll be back next year, re-loaded, and continue to march. Giant fans, enjoy your championship. I guarantee the Patriots are already planning on taking it back - right where it belongs...


1:51 PM  
Blogger Dennis said...

Just found your blog, man. I love it.

2:14 PM  
Anonymous GiantsfaninNE said...

I'm sure they do want that championship back, Chip Dawg, but they are going to have to go through their 16 games to get it. It won't be as easy as it was last year. Except, however, the six "gimme" games they get every year. At least they have to start from scratch... just like 31 other teams!

I intend to enjoy the Giants success. They deserved the win and it was sweet. After this, we will take one season at a time, but at least Eli proved himself, so I'm happy. At this point, we have gone to 4 super bowls and won three of them. Sounds like the Patriots record too, doesn't it?

2:31 PM  
Anonymous Daytona said...

Alright. I'm back.

And I admit. It wasn't easy at all to deal with this loss. But Giantsfan, I give major props to your team. They deserved to win it cause they played better. It's as simple as that.

But nothing, and I mean NOTHING, can take away the 18-0 season. The 1972 dolphins never went that far. Think about it. It's pretty hard to accomplish that in a season such as this.

I will say that the Giants this year were the team that resembled our 2001 Pats. I will admit it. They were awesome.

And yeah you've won three superbowls, but I'm sorry, none of that compares with three in four years. Not even close. Three over more than four doesn't hold a candle up to the Pats.

The Pats are still the team of the decade. And I can tell you all one more thing:

Our linebackers next year will be young and pretty hungry for some blood. Belichick can assure you of that.

....nnd your team is way better than you, Giantsman.

3:15 PM  
Blogger Blendi said...

Congratulations to the Giants! They beat us fair and square. Enjoy it boys, you deserve this.

That said. I want to say that all this "Patriot hating" that has taken place over the media outlets recently is shameful. Our team, The Perfect Pats deserves better than this.


1:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Man you wanna talk about fun tune into the big show on from2-6pm they are crying so bad it IS funny Suck it up patsies get used to It cause theres a new sherif in town and his name is BIG TUNA maybe next decade bitches

10:07 PM  
Anonymous GiantsfaninNE said...

I have been listening to the Boston station all week. It HAS been fun. For a couple of guys that were so dead certain they were going 19-0 (like the rest of New England), it is funny to hear them eat crow, and throw Belichick under the bus!

4:48 AM  
Anonymous Patriots Choke it said...

Ah, Chip Dawg. 18 and 1 looks awesome, but it's too bad that your team will only be known for two things...

1. Cheating (more to come on that, I'm sure!)
2. Being the biggest chokers in the history of pro sports.

I keep thinking of that idiot Brady laughingly saying "you think we're only gonna score 17 points?"

Loser. Maybe next year, Tom. You still have your records, though. Cling to that. Dan Marino does.

5:06 PM  
Blogger Blendi said...

n u even compare brady to marino?
Brady got for rings - one as a 6th round rookie 'member?
They were a Dinasty before the season began. We're not losing abymore sleep over it here! :)


5:22 PM  
Blogger Blendi said...

I meant to say Brady's got three rings in 4 super bowls. sorry i messed that up.

5:24 PM  
Anonymous GiantsfaninNE said...

I can't tell you how good it is not to listen to Brady, look at Brady, or give a damn about Brady. He's been hiding in Costa Rica since his mega-loss to the Giants. It's been beautiful not having to listen to his croaky voice and see his pretty face.

2:15 PM  

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