Envy and jealousy: from the “I wish I’d written that” department

It looks like one way to a sexier blog is to introduce a recurring feature (h/t Dawg Sports).

Here’s mine. Once in a while, I come across something in a post on another blog that grabs me, because the subject matter and author’s style are compelling. I know it when I see it, as inevitably my admiration begins to fade and is replaced by a sense of “why couldn’t I have said that?”.

I figure if I can’t come up with it in the first place, the least I can do is post it here with an acknowledgement. So here goes the first in (I hope) a series called “Envy and jealousy”.

It’s from Tommy Perkins’ blog Apropos de Nada. In a post where he takes a look back at the whole recruiting scene after the parties involved have climaxed and showered, he comes up with a couple of great lines for any Dawg fan to roll around with. I knew after I read them, I wanted to take them home and make them mine :

Miami: From a Bulldog perspective, if you looked at the state of Florida as though it were Afghanistan (and I do), the Gators, obviously, are the Taliban, while Miami is whatever warlord is running things in the Northeast. The Hurricanes don’t occupy anything remotely resembling moral high ground, but they are useful.

Good stuff, Tommy. I hate you for it.

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3 responses to “Envy and jealousy: from the “I wish I’d written that” department

  1. I don’t know if you saw it, but you were quoted by the mainstream media! Nice job!

    I wish I’d written that. . . .

  2. I should probably quit while I’m ahead.

    Thanks for the tip.

  3. Senator,
    Thanks for the props and the link. Pity Dan Wetzel couldn’t be troubled to show the same class.
    Definitely enjoyed your “bloviation” and look forward to returning the favor soon.
    Tommy