Dec 6, 2007

It's a Thin Line...

There exists a fine line between being cocky and being confident.

And the fact that the Celtics wore the below warm-ups before a road game, against their natural rivals, the Sixers, shatters that line, and has bought a timeshare in the realm of conciet. The fact that Philly felt the need to wear their championships on their backs, all three of them, just magnified the fact that the Celts had 16 banners ontheir backs.

I hate the entire city of Boston and the New England region. I hate the Bill Beli-Cheats. I hate the fact that the Sox will most likely land Johan beacuse Hal Steinbrenner is destined to outshine his dad as certifibly insane. I am learning to hate the PGA Tour. More than anything, I hate the happiness all this is undoubtedly giving Ward and Nez. I can only take solace in the fact that it is 60 degrees here in Atlanta, and both of them are most likely caught in a snow drift.

6 comments:

DNasty said...

Digging my car out of a snow bank is clearly easier than having to say "Go Hawks/Falcons" every weekend.

But I mean the Thrashers are sweet, right?

DPalm66 said...

How'd you know that's what I was saying...have you been taping me? I thought we put the cameras in lock up.

DPalm66 said...

And you cheer for the Bruins.

Chub said...

What's your take on the T.O. vs Keyshawn controversy ?

I think T.O. should SHUT UP....I knew he could not last the entire season.

DPalm66 said...

I actually am on TO's side in this one...

Alot of people have made much of this Dallas team as being put together by the Tuna, and for once Owens wasn't promoting himself, he was defending his coach. Some of the shots he took at Key were uncalled for, but the crux of his argument was that his coach deserved credit for the team's success.

I think it's funny that Key, who had problems early on with Parcells, is now making such statements because he works with the man on TV.

I applaud Owens for taking a stand for something other than himself for once, and I appreciate that it was for his coach.

Carlotta said...

Keep up the good work.