Monday, February 7th, 2011
Congratulations, Packer nation. Stellar victory last night, though shaky at a few points in the second half when the Steelers defense was pushing around your young O-line. Despite the fact that I’m a bit of an AFC homer, I was really pulling for you from the beginning. The Packers, though younger and smaller and generally perceived as not as tough as their Pittsburgh opponents, had such a complete team this year, and it showed over the course of sixty minutes in Dallas. And Rodgers, I have to say, really deserved it. Steve Young would have a few things to say about Rodgers getting that monkey off his back. He’s now won as many Super Bowls as his iconic predecessor, and with just as much flair. Speaking of flair, I’ll work on getting some pictures of our own Bryan Moeller’s second consecutive Twinkie and guacamole football stadium. It’s a thing of magnificence. Stay tuned.
Did you take note of the AT&T and Verizon ads amidst all the monkeys and babies and Eminem? Things are really gearing up for Verizon who, after the last three years of waiting and trying to downplay the superiority of the iPhone, finally gets to talk about how great it is:
So, once again, if you’re on Verizon and you’re clamoring, Apple retail stores will have it in only three more days. Enjoy the week, everybody. FOOTBALL!
Monday, November 23rd, 2009
And turkey, and stuffing, and gravy, and cranberries and pie as well. God Bless America, everybody. Who else would dedicate an entire day to football and food stuffed with other food all in the name of nationwide appreciation? I do not lie when I say that the other 364 days for me are just preparation for and anticipation of this, the greatest of all holidays. I hope you share my enthusiasm this week.
But I’m excited for more than just one reason; I think I am the only person in America that predicted a Chiefs victory over the defending champion Steelers. So eat it, Pittsburgh. Just kidding- I’m actually a big fan of your program. But I’m also a fan of not giving up and of fighting through bitter overtime in the face of all adversity and of making clutch third down sacks on a slippery behemoth of a quarterback. And only one team did that Sunday. So huzzah. No, it doesn’t resurrect our season by any means, but it’s progress. So huzzah.
Let’s make it easy to save some money this week, friends. Email the coupon code “Stuffing” to firstname.lastname@example.org with your web confirmation number by this Thursday and I’ll take $10 off your next MacBook, MacBook Pro or MacBook Air repair. And save me some pumpkin pie.
Tuesday, February 3rd, 2009
Hey sports fans. Sorry to leave you hanging earlier this week- I was still digesting the grayish-brown hillock of bean dip, barbecued meatballs and li’l smokies from Sunday night. You all have a good Super Bowl night? One heck of a fourth quarter, indeed. I usually root for the AFC, and I’m happy for the Steelers and their fans, but I was definitely pulling for a Cardinals comeback there toward the end. Mostly because, as a Chiefs fan, I’m used to what being the underdog feels like. So it goes. A great game, an excess of greasy food, the Boss getting up close and personal with the camera- what more could you ask for? I’ll tell you what. How about $10 off your next MacBook or MacBook Pro LCD repair? Well, and September to get here so the 2009 season can start.
Send your web confirmation number or invoice number to email@example.com to get your discount. And don’t think I’ve forgotten about you Glam fans out there. Trivia is coming. Kickstart my heart.
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