Friday morning buffet

A few random tidbits for your AM enjoyment:

  • That there’s a need to do this is a pretty sad comment on our times.
  • Tray Blackmon, we hardly knew ye.
  • If this bill were actually to pass and be subsequently enforced, how much of the crowd at Williams-Brice Stadium do you think would be cleared out by it on a typical Saturday afternoon next season? (h/t The Agitator)
  • Matthew Zemek’s formula for improving college football seems to fall back on schedule reduction, making the Pac-10, which has a round robin regular season schedule, play a meaningless conference championship game and getting the Mountain West and the WAC more national attention by leaching off of the Pac-10′s.  Gosh, who could possibly find fault with that?
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5 responses to “Friday morning buffet

  1. The Realist

    Wow. That bill would nearly eliminate 95% of my gameday vocabulary. If it’s not vulgar or lewd, then why bother?

    When you mix booze with unmet expectations, you understand what Doc Holliday meant in Tombstone when he said, “I’ve not yet begun to defile myself.”

  2. Ubiquitous GA Alum

    The anti-profanity bill reminds me of the 2nd half of the GT game.

    After about the 3rd TD, I let out a f bomb, which I typically don’t do. A sweet young blond haired blue eyed woman in front me turned and said, “My daddy’s a Baptist preacher and he’d probably be cussin now too if he saw this.” … =)

  3. dean

    Williams-Brice Stadium won’t be the same without a “Nobody can lick our cocks” sign. That was fun trying to explain that one to my 7 year old.
    Please don’t call DSS on me for taking my son to Columbia. I thought it would be a good learning experience.

  4. The Realist

    My father-in-law is a Baptist preacher. That’s never stopped me.

  5. Wolfman

    Not to worry. Anyone in South Carolina responsible for enforcing that statute wouldn’t be able to read it anyway.