Saturday, January 12, 2008

GO PACK GO


May the Favre be with us.

13 comments:

Dyspraxic Fundamentalist said...

This is something to do with some sport?

I hope whatever team in whatever game that you are following wins.

God Bless

Matt

Jeana said...

I have no idea what "the Favre" is, but I'm guessing from the picture that the game is Football.

Gino said...

lambeau didnt look quite that green today.

great game for the packers. i see they were able to put that asswhipping the BEARS gave them behind them.
although, at 3min into the game, i thought we were looking a blowout in the other direction.

be happy.

Palm boy said...

Matt, it's football, that particular American obsession. :D

Jeana, the Favre is the greatest quarterback ever to play the game of football, at least at it's highest level.

Gino, I'm happy. I wish we had taken one more game against ya'll, but alas, I'm happy for ya'll and your consolation victories.

Gino said...

one more game?
what, you want to be 0-3 in the only games that matter?

Dyspraxic Fundamentalist said...

You mean American football.

Everybody knows that football is a game where you kick a round ball.

Palm boy said...

Funny Matt.
Funny.

Gino, we are now 1-3 in games that matter.

Jeana said...

Actually, Matt, it's a little more complicated than merely kicking a round ball. It has four breaks, during which the players stand around and sip tea. There are these men who look like they're dressed for prison, and they watch the game very closely for Cheating. When Cheating occurs the white/black striped men interupt the game to commend the admirable players who thought outside of the game. And the players themselves wear bulky clothes to make them look intimidating.

I think thats all there is to understanding the "American Obsession", don't you Palm Boy? Gino?

Jeana said...

My bad, I was just "informed" that there are four sessions of playing and THREE breaks.

Gino said...

lets clarify this,shall we?

that third world obsession they call 'football' is actually a game of kickball. they kick the ball around, and nobody scores, and they kill each other and start wars over it.

real football is called 'football' because the foot actually plays a larger role in the game. the ball is kicked, and them you have to grab it and RUN using your feet.

Dyspraxic Fundamentalist said...

Gino, do other Americans view us British as living in the third world?

kingdavid said...

Greatest QB in NFL history is quite a debateable statement. Not to downplay his talent; but I'm sure that even Brett would agree with this---I'd rather be known as the QB of a team that won multiple championships; one that acquired the title of 'dynasty.'

In that case, he wouldn't even be the best Green Bay ever had. Bart Starr won at least 6 NFL titles that I know of. Terry Bradshaw, Joe Montana, Tom Brady!!!

Leading your team to one championship in 17 years does not a legend make, at least in my book. He's more in the Dan Marino category. I really don't think he's going to make it 2 this year either.

SolaMeanie said...

I don't care much for football, but I love the sunset in that photograph. Look at the album cover for Genesis' "And Then There Were Three" CD. (Look at the back of it too).

Uncanny.