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I made a rookie mistake today.
NEVER wear a white bathing suit. Especially in cold water, in a public pool. Great start to the weekend. The pants weren’t totally see through however they were a horrible flower print you know the kind- the stereotypical ones a tourist wears in Hawaii. I had my suspicions that these trunks would be somewhat revealing however I thought the material would have been thick enough to keep my nether regions somewhat of a mystery. Apparently I was mistaken.
Thank god I threw on a pair of boxers incase I had been mistaken – Literally covering my ass -
The good news is no harm was done… I don’t think. I didn’t realize how transparent they were until after I had gotten out of the pool. Suddenly all of the seemingly strange looks I was receiving made sense – at the time I just thought that’s how people in L****** were.
Lesson learned. I went and bought some swim trunks immediately after I left the pool.
Anyways enough about that. I’m halfway through a tumbler of gin and watching the movie C.H.U.D. Classic 80s film. Daniel Stern and the Dad from Home Alone (Heeey Stern was in Home Alone as well!!) C.H.U.D. Stands for Canaballistic Humanoid Underground Dweller they are creatures that live under the city that occasionally pop up to the surface to munch on the people on the surface.
This script is terrible and amazing at the same time. It’s on Netflix check it out.
Alright that’s enough for today. I’m looking forward to watching a Harvinless Seahawks taking on a Bradfordless Rams tomorrow.
That’s it for me.
This just in: Seattle Seahawks have traded Percy Harvin to the New York Jets for a conditional round pick.
and Hawks fans everywhere let out a collective #*%$^@!!!!
Okay I admit at first glance this looks really bad. I mean it looks really, really bad. It looks almost as bad as the Seahawks last Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys who – if you weren’t watching the game came in to the Link and completely man handled the reigning Super bowl champs.
That loss not only gave the Dallas Cowboys credibility as a legitimate contender to make a run in the playoffs this year, but it also gave the national media something to talk about for the next six years… Seriously it’s been about that long since the Cowboys finished with a record above .500.
GAHH now they have me talking about the Cowboys!! And this article is about the Percy Harvin trade!
I guess a change had to be made.
It was going to happen sooner or later. I think I feel the same way about Percy Harvin the same way McLovin felt about Coca-Cola. I like the idea of him more than I like what he’s done for the team.
Start the clip at 48 seconds.
Seriously the guy has speed, and he’s more explosive than a 50 year old colon filled with Mexican food.
But now there are stories that are coming out such as anger management issues and other attitude problems not to mention the Seahawks have already payed him eighteen million — which is pretty good money for a guy that’s only played six regular season games…
The more I hear about this trade the more I can’t help but draw the comparison to what the Pats did with Randy Moss in 2010. Moss had been outstanding the previous year providing the New England squad with a deep threat and being a key component in bringing the Pats to within one game of perfection.
(GD ’72 Dolphins)
But attitude problems sent him packing to the Vikings where he barely had time to get his name stitched on the back of his jersey before alienating the fan base and getting shipped off to the Tennessee.
Maybe there’s a lesson in there somewhere. I think it’s that winners put the team first and while yes, you maybe unbelievably talented, faster than grease lightening, but the moment you put yourself above the team is the moment you find yourself on a one way ticket to New Jersey.
However, Harvin has ran a kick off back for a touchdown in the biggest game in Seattle’s history, won a Superbowl BCS National SEC Championships, He’s also been to the Pro Bowl and was Rookie of the Year …oh yeah and he’s been paid. So I guess the bigger question is: What is left for Percy Harvin to do?