Get ‘em while they’re hot.

Ah, America, land of opportunity.  And there’s nothing more opportunistic than separating rubes from their money.

Like this.

Anyone spending twenty bucks on that has a lot more money than sense.

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16 responses to “Get ‘em while they’re hot.

  1. Biggus Rickus

    It’s the “Free Mumia” of Lower Alabama.

  2. Go Dawgs!

    I predict that within three months, someone will appear wearing this t-shirt in a mugshot.

    • +1.

      My uncle used to refer to certain redneck trappings as “rebuttable presumptions of ignorance.” “Rebuttable,” because there’s always the poor sap who lost a bet.

      But, in most cases, it’s akin to an Ed Hardy shirt — identifies a moron for you and thereby spares you the lengthier endeavor of arriving at that conclusion via actual engagement with the wearer.

    • Dog in Fla

      If not sooner. What are the odds that a Charlie Sheen impersonator will be the guy wearing it on his next arrest?

  3. shane#1

    Destined to take the place of the wifebeater in the hills of north Alabama. Just rip the sleeves amd the neck with your Buck knife to better show off all those jailhouse tattoos.

  4. Normaltown Mike

    What are the odds that this hoodie is officially licensed by the University of Tennessee?

    http://midsouthnewz.com/news/tennessee-state-news/police-nashville-minister-threatened-neighbors-with-gun.html

    • Dog in Fla

      100% as opposed to the 50% odds that the defense to this:

      “The neighbors alleged that on several occasions, Wilkinson has carried the gun in his hand while making lewd gestures toward them. They also reported that he has patted the pistol in his waistband while looking in their direction.”

      was that the Minister was not making a jerking motion, he was just trying to adjust the barrel to make sure he didn’t blow his balls off.

  5. S.E. Dawg

    Updyked: I know there’s a lexicon in there some where.

  6. JasonC

    // Threadjack
    Senator,
    I had a few things on my mind recently and I wanted to share them with you and others.

    1. While I think you and I are both on the same page about playoffs for college football, playoff creep and March Madness, I did have a sudden realization. Yes, March Madness does devalue most of the regular season for college hoops. There are exceptions though, a few high profile games aside, it makes the regular season more interesting for bubble teams. Since UGA is kind of in that position, it has generated a lot more interest in each game. For the “locks” each game means a little less and for the horrible teams, like Auburn, the games mean next to nothing, but for UGA each game matters.

    2. I don’t know if you saw this recently, but some “experts” recently ranked all the top assistant coaches for each league. Apparently we traded down:

    I especially like the part about technique and fundamentals. Also of note, Mark Bradley crush & Offensive Genius Paul Johnson did not make the cut for the ACC Offensive Coordinator slot. I don’t know if that is because head coaches aren’t eligible or because the Hokie offense is just so awesome (what?).

    Here’s the article: http://collegefootball.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1194899

    • JasonC

      Apparently I shouldn’t try to use HTML. Here is the missing quote:

      “Defensive backs: Willie Martinez, Oklahoma. He developed some good defenses as coordinator at Georgia before moving on and landing in Norman. Ten of his defensive backs at Georgia were selected in the NFL draft. Martinez, 48, who played defensive back at Miami in the mid-1980s, is a sharp secondary coach who understands technique and fundamentals. “

    • While I think you and I are both on the same page about playoffs for college football, playoff creep and March Madness, I did have a sudden realization. Yes, March Madness does devalue most of the regular season for college hoops. There are exceptions though, a few high profile games aside, it makes the regular season more interesting for bubble teams. Since UGA is kind of in that position, it has generated a lot more interest in each game. For the “locks” each game means a little less and for the horrible teams, like Auburn, the games mean next to nothing, but for UGA each game matters.

      What you’re saying is that an extended playoff pushes the meaningful part of the regular season down from the best teams to the merely above-average to mediocre. I think that’s only part of it. The other part is that even for those teams, the regular season isn’t meaningful in and of itself. Its relevance is reduced to being a delivery system for the postseason.

      • Scorpio Jones, III

        “The other part is that even for those teams, the regular season isn’t meaningful in and of itself. Its relevance is reduced to being a delivery system for the postseason.”

        But…….doesn’t that mean…….