I’m a sucker for gallows humor, and this brief post over at The Joe Cribbs Car Wash made me laugh out loud.
Filed under The Blogosphere, Tony Franklin - Misunderstood Genius
When the levee breaks in Montgomery, they got no place to go.
I don’t care who you are (or root for). That there is FUNNY!!!!! Too bad for Auburn fans that picture is a pretty good metaphor for Mean Gene’s upcoming coaching tenure as well.
Reminds me of an old line by Richard Pryor as the character “Mudbone,” in which Mudbone says, “Can’t no (person) in the world hold back no water when it want to go.”
Is it true that Tuberville said, on his way out the door, “Apres moi, le deluge.”?
Yes, it was the French in him. He also said, “You’ll see a cow floating by on a barn. I’m taking the bird with me. Wire the five million to my account in the Caymans. Dumbasses.”
“It’s hot and it’s cold,” he said. “Sometimes you’re on top of the world and sometimes you’re not.” --Stetson Bennett, The Athletic, 9/11/21
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