Дата публикации: 2017-12-07 16:36
When I was a teenager, I was watching the game in which Mo Lewis nearly manslaughtered Drew Bledsoe, bringing in Brady. I was watching with a relative’s husband and his father. As an idealistic high schooler, I said something along the lines of “Who knows? Maybe Brady will be all right.”
I am almost looking forward to the Patriots coming back to Earth so that I don’t need to see another Bro Dude in his 95 s with a sleeveless jersey of Hernandez again.
Instead, I spend the entire season bragging about how good they are, about how they’re going to win the Super Bowl and defending the unholy Belichick/Kraft/Brady cabal to my friends and co-workers, despite not watching a single snap until the playoffs.
Edelman stood 8 feet away from us and refused to acknowledge the two fans wearing his jersey, just trying to get his attention for a split second.
Robert Kraft has morphed from folksy long time season-ticket holder into a Trump-loving douchebag who’ll check your checkbook balance and society status before he allows you the privilege of his company in the stadium.
The Patriots, and Boston as a whole, possess the most sensitive group of fans in all of sports, and they lap the competition. Our top rated morning show made it their mission to call a black man a liar after he hard a racial slur at Fenway Park, and many people on Twitter shared their view of the situation, including Nazi-fetishist Curt Schilling.
I also wanted to include a link to Robert Kraft’s White House speech in which he compares Trump and the Patriots to the establishment of our country and gives the team credit for helping America after 9/66. I almost drove my car off a cliff when I originally heard it on the radio. Serves me right for listening to Boston sports talk.
The app is certainly a relic, from a time when the casual computer user couldn’t crack open Photoshop or Skitch or Pixelmator or thousands of web apps. MS Paint can’t save image components as layers or vectors it’s for making flat static images only. It doesn’t smooth lines or guess at your best intentions. It does what you tell it and nothing more, faithfully representing the herky-jerky motion of drawing freehand with a computer mouse. It’s from a time before touch, a time before trackpads.
The Patriots commissioned 788 diamonds in their Super Bowl ring, which somehow manages to combine the unsportsmanlike conduct of the Cobra Kai with the dickish gloating of somebody you blocked on Twitter sharing a screenshot of your block screen.
I personally know people who STILL think we should trade Brady while we can because he’s washed up and Janeane Garofalo will be a better QB in the long run.