But now, here we are, relegated to asking what ifs and how comes and speculating on the offseason as we eagerly await 2011, where we once again pin our hopes on 25 guys who we’ve never met, will likely never meet, but somehow have such a profound impact on our lives.
Outside the Conway-Rand Paul debate in KY, Paul supporters held down a woman from MoveOn while another stomped on her neck and head. The woman was attempting to present Paul with a mock Employee of the Month award from Republicorp representing the merger of the GOP and business interests controlling political speech.
“Yes, Joe. The Eagles are part of the NFC, and FOX has the rights to NFC games, you fucking simpleton. The Phillies are now on FOX for the NLCS. Instead of treating this as a simple correlation, you beat this “great day for Philadelphia sports fans” phrase into the ground. Like the corporate whore you are, you just needed to satisfy Papa Rupert so he could shoot his man love all over your face, just like you like it. Like an epileptic hooker, you stroked the cock of FOX faster and faster every time you used that cotdamn phrase.”—
“Beer, because of it’s alcohol content, pH level, and CO2 content, is an environment inhospitable to bacteria. In fact, no organisms that can live in beer are harmful to humans. Because of this, beer has provided safe source of liquids when water, especially in populated areas, was rife with contamination. It seems ironic and unfair that the average beer, which has no fat and fewer calories than an eclair, is now considered unhealthy in many parts of the “civilized” world.”—Stephen Snyder, The Brewmaster’s Bible