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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by hoskm01, Jan 23, 2009.
Whats the difference between a Pittsburgh Steeler and a Catholic School-boy?
Nothing, they're both going to get screwed by a Cardinal on Sunday.
Ouch! The truth hurts. Go Cards The football team, not the Catholic child molesters
a pittsburgh steeler has 5 superbowl rings, and pretty sure a catholic school-boy does not.......anyways why is this catholic school-boy thing tickle your fancy, thats just sick
To hell with the Steelers and the Cardinals!
Tomorrow night, Puppy Bowl IV on Animal Planet RULES !!!
And we all know that rings make the man.
Coming from a city of sick puppy pro teams, that's only fitting.
man, you guys out here in the desert, or at least west coast sure try to dig deep for something ingenious to come up with, but it just isn't working...dig...dig...dig
Tomorrow night, Puppy Bowl IV on Animal Planet RULES !
To be totally frank, WB, I gave up caring a whole lot about the Bungals years and years ago.
I listen to the games...on the radio...the same way you'd listen to classical music, to pass the time of day on a Sunday while working or whatever.
The last game I personally attended was twenty years ago at Riverfront Stadium: the Bengal's 21-13 win over the Seahawks on New Years Day 1989, just before they beat Buffalo to win the AFC Championship the next week, only to get beat by the 49ers and Joe Montana (again) in Super Bowl XXIII.
If Mike Brown ( the Bengals' owner, and football legend Paul Brown's son) doesn't care about fielding a winning team, why should the fans or anyone ELSE care?
The Bengals have proven to be among the most profitable teams in the NFL year-in and year-out, DESPITE consistent pissy records like 4-12, 6-10, 9-7, 5-11.....and this year's 4-11-1.
So what's the real incentive to make a guy like Mike Brown to change his ways...with the way the NFL shares its profits and all?
The answer: NOTHING!
A lot of people around here are quietly wishing & hoping that Mike Brown ends up doing something ethically wrong in that he's forced to sell the Bengals to somebody else locally, or that he'll relinquish control to his daughter-in-law Katie Blackburn.
Blackburn's a woman who has shown definite signs in the past that she's got a firm grip on the concept that "winning" is a least common denominator in the business of running an NFL franchise.
Bengals might've won a Superbowl if Stanley Wilson could've laid off the dope. Talk about your basic good timing.