Monday, November 10, 2008
at 9:05 AM Posted by SmartyBarrett
Wow...what a weekend, huh? Celtics win, Bruins win a big divisional game, BC wins a big rivalry game, Patriots win a big divisional game, Celtics win a big conference game...pleasure...overload... We're going to have a lot to talk about today. I know some of our readers are Bills fans, Sabres fans, and/or Fighting Irish fans, so I figured I'll let you know what to expect today. GHABB,Y~! is going to tell you which Hooters waitresses winked at him on Saturday as he watched the Gators dismantle Vanderbilt, FMRA is going to tell you which Bruin looked the sexiest during the chunks of the game she saw in between bowl rips, and HzMLS has a tall task in keeping his emotions in check as he tells us about BC's win over ND. Then he also has a Patriots game to recap. Should I even remind him that Matt Ryan played like ridiculously well yesterday too? Jeez. And me? Well, I'll continue to talk out my ass during a breakfast post. Sound good?
Reading FMRA's post yesterday reminded me of how easy it would be as bloggers to be complete whores for readers. I mean, you can see what people are searching the internets for (Sex? Really?). So we could easily just crank out posts that we know would show up in a ton of Google searches. But that's not what we're about. However, in the past, maybe it's something I have done. MAYBE. Like when we at the Ejected Fan found out that someone searched "Ichiro Fucking" and found our site. That spawned this insightful, well-thought-out intelligent post. But that was the old me, and I'm not going to whore myself out like that for readers anymore. Jenna Jameson anal.
Finally, and I promise this will be the last word on this, but since Question 2 passed in Massachusetts and hippie lettuce has been decriminalized, several of us here at Mass Hysteria now have less and less of a chance of posting from prison. You won't be getting any phrases like "Paul Anderson's interception return reminded me of that time I was running from the po-po." But maybe that's just me, so I have a question for the masses: have you ever had a run-in with an officer of the law? If so, please elaborate. If you have multiple felony convictions, we may want to avoid you from now on. Or we may want to bring you on as a contributing editor.