Travis Fain’s offseason emotion chart is classic.
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Yeah, but why the trough between now and the end of August? Shoot, we’re undefeated!
On the other hand, 43 years of Larry creates some strong habits. DO YOU REALIZE we’ve got Boise State in 3 weeks?
Do you really think that every single UGA football player has a valid driver’s license, insurance, and registration?
Yeah, me neither.
That chart sums it up perfectly unless you’re dealing with South Carolina and the line never drops off of irrational optimism.
Otis Rush. Haven’t heard that in awhile. Left handed guitars weren’t the norm then. But it didn’t seem to slow Otis any. I know Stevie Ray,Led Zeppelin and Eric were glad he wrote that song. How many remember Mike Bloomfield and Al Kooper?
Good stuff. Which reminds me. I need to get back in the basement. I got albums my kids never heard and I need to to finish digitizing them. Off season might not be as bad as I thought Senator. Thanks for the reminder!
I remember Al and Mike very well, nowadays when you mention Al Kooper everybody thinks you are talking about Alice Cooper! I cut my teeth listening to John R and Hoss Man on WLAC out of Nashville. Albert King, B B King, Bobby Blue Bland, John Lee Hooker and the rest. Hell, I forgot Jimmy Reed. I was an adult before I found out that John R and Hoss Man were actually white! While we are walking down memory lane, how about the Paul Butterfield Blues Band?
Paul Butterfield….get out your harp and lets talk about Woodstock. Gee you are going down memory lane right there!
And I found the “Super Session” album. Hey I also found Scott Boyer and Tommy Talton—–> Cowboy. I might not get any sleep tonight. lol.
Awesome chart. Priceless
Georgia ranks “among the nation’s best in the bottom line,” McGarity told the board. — AB-H, 2/12/20
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