Songs of the Days: Lonely Island – “Like a Boss”
Awwwww, did you guys miss us? Did you think that we left you under the cover of night like the Colts from Baltimore? Trust me, we considered it. We’re coming up on our Anniversary for Fourth and Fifty and none of us have seen the payback that we expected. There has been no stacks of greenbacks. Katie Couric has not given us a call to do an expose on the founders. And the hos… well, there have been and always will be the hos. They just can’t give up the FaF lovin’, but that’s been true since the first day I unsheathed my pen(is).
It was just a little miscommunication that kept us from our loyal followers of the interwebz. Pipez neglected to mention he was going to suck at life for two days. Josh was too busy “being Josh.” And, Wanks MacGruber and Reginald Blackstone haven’t even read the site they helped form since early October. Such are the perils of swagtastic blogging.
If you were worried, we’re sorry. To comfort you in this time of need, you should know that JBJ is still up to his old tricks. Thank God he’s just not pulling them over here on FaF. Did you want to read a ridiculously long and uninformed review about Modern Warfare 2? I knew you were going to say “yes.” That’s why I’m linking it here. Looks like JBJ even stole my formula for numerous “ed. notes”… Hey, JBJ. When you’re the only writer, there is no editor. The whole muthafawkin’ thing is an ed. note. And, by the looks of it you have about 19 hundred words of editorial notes.
So we’re back in the swing of things once again. Just to catch you up: All is right with the world again as the Cowboys exited the playoffs this weekend. What’s an NFL offseason without an implosion in the Big D? Boring, that’s what it is. The suicide rate in Wisconsin is about to spike come February when Favre wins the Super Bowl. If someone fulfills the outlandish, ego-fluffing, comments that he makes, can we even call it “hubris”, because Rex Ryan (after squeaking into the playoffs) is living up to the expectations only he could set. University of Texas fell to the curse of the #1 losing to Kansas State whom surprisingly have maintained a good team after the Marcus Beasley era. I did not see that one coming. And, I’m sure other sportsy-type stuff happened too, but whatever. All you guys are going to do is talk about the coogs in the comments. So, let’s move on.
You Houston sports updates await:
ASTROS – Bourn, Lindstrom and Quintero will be remaining with the Astros after signing one-year contracts with the ‘Stros and avoiding arbitration. Yes, we’re only tens of days away from the start of spring training. Believe you me, we’ll be putting the same amount of emphasis on the MLB in OH10 as we did in ’09. That means we’ll be writing about it less that 7% of the total content on this site.
KEVIN KOLB – Let the revolution begin! The NFL off-season will not solely be entertaining watching Dallas do what they wont to do. The Philly QB Revolution is upon us. On one side, the ancient, yet enduring Donovan McNabb. If Rush Limbaugh can’t take you out then nobody can take you out. On the other, Kevin Kolb who has the young players’ vote. Let me put it to you this way. In this scenario Kevin Kolb is the white, quarterbacking equivalent to Obama. He has the young voters, a massive grassroots campaign, and an incumbent that has proved on his last legs. This will end well if you’re a Kevin Kolb fan. It will also end in a different city then Philadelphia. You’re starting quarterback for the Seattle Seakhawks, The Kolbatron.
TRACY McGRADY – To the Bulls? Sure, why not.
RICE UNIVERSITY – Jordan Taylor has committed to the Owls. This means nothing at all to you. Discuss.
UNIVERSITY of HOUSTON – Kliff Kingsbury may not be your new offensive coordinator, but he got hizself a little promotion over the weekend. Oh, and going back to that Dana Holgorsen leaving the program thing that we talked about on Friday… Yeah. We were right, you were wrong. Feels good, don’t it? Adding fuel to the recruiting fire, Jim Jeffcoat is staying in Houston to coach the atrocious D-Line next season. What this means for his son’s decision? I have no clue… But, it definitely keeps the Coogs in the Jeffcoat sweepstakes for a couple more weeks.
- Septimus Rex
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