Posted 23 September 2011 - 10:57 AM
Today's Simmon's article was great. I love it when he heavily talks movies. This was my favorite part:"Damn, we could have just turned this into an All-Hanks mailbag. I can't believe how many dog lovers emailed me about this mistake. In general, I can't believe how many dog lovers are out there: In 10-plus years writing for Grantland and ESPN.com, the most-read column I ever wrote wasn't about sports, but about the Dooze, my beloved golden retriever who passed away in 2009. Even 2 ˝ years later, I still get emails asking me how Rufus (our other dog) is doing.6 I'm amazed that a 2012 presidential candidate hasn't taken advantage of that, filmed a series of dog-loving commercials and pushed for things like "more dog beaches" and "better veterinarian health care benefits" as part of their platform. Dog lovers are totally irrational. I include myself. If Obama wants to improve his approval rating, he should rescue a mutt every six weeks and keep, like, 10 or 12 dogs in the White House — he'd have dog-lover voters saying, "Even if I'm let down by the last four years, I gotta be honest … it was pretty neat how Obama kept rescuing those dogs."Dog owners are to rational like female Asian's are to driving.ps. In his picks column this week he says, "Since he's back for this week, I'm laying the seven more because I dislike the more Giants than because I like the Eagles. " Am I reading this wrongly, or is this just the 10,000,000th example that they don't actually have editors at Grantland?
iZuma, on 20 August 2012 - 11:32 AM, said:
napa I was jesus christing suited, you guys just slipped in before me.
Essay21, on 25 February 2013 - 08:32 PM, said: