Tripping on the victory lap

Leave it to the White House not to be able to pat itself on the back and know its college football geography at the same time.

Unless it turns out raiding the SEC for new members is part of the deal to re-open the Big Ten…

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33 responses to “Tripping on the victory lap

  1. Anon

    Scooba Tech in Scooba, MS?

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  2. Muttley

    We need to make ’em take Mississippi off our hands NOW. They said it, you all heard it, they have to.
    No give-backs, either.

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    • Muttley

      Ole Miss is kind of a pain in the ass now and then, but I swear, y’all will never even notice Mississippi State. They just lie there like a slug.

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  3. Granthams Replacement

    Everyone knows everything Trump is bad.

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    • Generally bad; but ALL the time dum.

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      • Granthams Replacement

        Yea he’s so dumb he’s a billionaire.

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        • Illini84

          What horseshit.

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        • CB

          And he proves it daily by not showing his tax returns which makes total sense if you refuse to think about it.

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          • I wouldn’t show my taxes either. Its not your business. He was a private citizen, the public has no right to know. Now he publically donates his salary each quarter, which is more than ill make in 3 years. So, get over it

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            • CB

              You definitely wouldn’t show your taxes if you were lying about being a billionaire. I’d guess he’s back in the three commas club by now though. Charges the tax payer for frequent trips to his own resort and in doing so has made back exponentially more than he’s “donated in salary.”

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              • He donates $480000 a year of his salary. Every president goes home. You act like a president supposed to be locked up in the oval office and never go anywhere or do anything. And you completely forget how every other president traveled and went home and so on and so forth. Furthermore when hes in Florida he still conducts business. The business of president never stops. And apparently you forgotten all the trips Michelle and the girls took over seas. Going from Andrews to his private residence in Florida is really not that big a deal. And it’s not every day or every week even.

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            • californiadawg

              I implicitly trust a man who breaks decades of presidential precedent in refusing to share his taxes. Surely he has nothing to hide. Nice logic!

              Presidents control our taxes. We have a right to see theirs, especially thoroughly corrupt Presidents with business dealings all over the world.

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        • californiadawg

          You conveniently left out he is not a self-made billionaire, that he inherited daddy’s money, and has made a career out of burying debt overseas and perennial bankruptcy.

          Also a classic example of “I’m rich because I’m smart, and I’m smart because I’m rich” phenomenon. While often correlated, the correlation is a weak one.

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        • TN Dawg

          What’s truly humorous is that they are getting ready to go cast a vote for a guy that can’t complete a cogent thought in his speeches, is obviously suffering from dementia and has to have a teleprompter to answer simple interview questions.

          But yeah, OrangeManDumb.

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  4. David K

    No fan of hers but MI abbreviation for Michigan threw her off. Honest mistake.

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  5. TN Dawg

    God bless President Donald J. Trump, who single-handedly saved the Big 10 football season.

    If there were such a thing as a Nobel Football Prize, he would be nominated thrice!

    College football fans love you Mr. President! Four more years!

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    • TN Dawg

      Clay Travis really deserves an assist, too.

      I’d be remiss not to give him props as well.

      While the President dealt with the universities, Clay bravely battled to coronabros in the media.

      Excellent work all around. Hopefully the PAC-12 comes to its senses as well!

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    • californiadawg

      Can’t tell if this is sarcasm or… (scrolls to your other comments) never mind.

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  6. stoopnagle

    JFC these people.

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  7. State abbreviations are hard.

    I’m guessing someone read MI as MS (and thank heavens she didn’t have to decode MO in real-time). That seems like a reasonable explanation.

    Reminds of Gary Gulman’s set on Conan: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLECCmKnrys

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  8. ASEF

    “Their media cancelled football. My media saved it.”

    No, and no. Other people playing football saved the B1G season. And kind of funny how people who rage about how overrated B1G football is and how annoying their fans are and how worthless their games are as entertainment are for some reason celebrating the Return of B1G Football.

    Indiana-Rutgers! Minnesota-Northwestern! Yay!

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  9. Blinders on for the Big Boy … it’s devastatingly simple.

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  10. akascuba

    The B10 deserves all the politicians in Washington. They can teach them how to be even more classless.

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  11. I love seeing the TDS tears. They taste like freedom.

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