OK, I say, “Michael Vick,” and you say, what?

 

I haven't seen Scooby this upset since he suspected the old innkeeper for the strange hauntings at the inn. (Gary Varvel/Creator's Syndicate)

Until this cartoon, I hadn't seen Scooby so upset since he suspected the old innkeeper might be behind the strange hauntings at the inn. (Gary Varvel / Creator's Syndicate)

Loved the above cartoon. I think it was the only time I laughed from the time the first time federal investigators parachuted onto the property at 1915 Moonlight Road. Gary Varvel took a serious topic and managed to get across a viewpoint in a completely off-beat and inoffensive way.

  OK. So it’s not a jury of Michael Vick’s peers. But really. Who’s going to claim Scooby Doo, Droopy Underdog and Astro are racist?

  Which leads me to this week’s Tuesday Countdown.

10. Can’t we just all get along?

Wrote a column the other day on Michael Vick. Lots of reaction. Lots of reader comments. Lots of page views. These days, I think that’s supposed to be my nirvana. Wish I could tell you it’s been a great last 48 hours. I’ve spent way too much time deleting potential online comments that had been red-flagged for obscenities, etc., by blogging software. Or worse, deleting comments that weren’t red-flagged and reached the public forum for a short time. See, I made a big mistake. I trusted you.

9. Gas, meet fire.

One comment which I allowed was written by somebody named “Mrs. Schultz,” though I’m fairly certainly it’s not my wife or my mother or anybody actually named Mrs. Schultz. It began, “Jeff you created this blog knowing full well how racially divisive it would become.”

"Michael Vick ..." (The rest of the sentence could be, "went to Publix," and it would still fuel a race debate).

"Michael Vick..." (The rest of the sentence could be, "was on his way to Publix," and it would still fuel a race debate).

And yes, there’s a trace of truth to that. But there’s a difference between knowing something might happen and intending for something to happen. I didn’t want this. I certainly realize that almost anything said or written about Vick since his downfall stirs debate. I also know I could write a column about global warming, a Thrashers’ prospect from Moose Jaw or why it’s good to slightly undercook chocolate chip cookies because it keeps them soft and chewy, and that would lead to one comment, which would lead to another, which somehow would lead to, Michael Vick. (Wrote a Countdown last week criticizing the NFL commissioner Roger Goodell’s intention to increase its number of games in London. Somebody jumped on and called me racist.)

8. Mom? Is that you?

Back to “Mrs. Schultz’s” point. Yeah, I figured the column would stir debate. But I also was deluded into thinking that, two years after dog carcasses were found and 18 months after Vick checked into Leavenworth, there was a chance most of you were past that. And maybe most of you are. But all I know is I’ve deleted several dozen comments because too many readers – shielded behind fake names and manufactured email addresses — really kind of have a screw loose. Hey, I’m all for opinions. Strong opinions. It’s what I do. But there’s a line. There’s over 900,000 words in the English language. But some struggle to make a compelling argument without lapsing into the same ugly few and invariable spark a race war. Black labs and white lbs get along. They’re the same species. Maybe it’s because the words they comprehend are “No!”, “Bad!” and “Did you take my sandwich?

7. Here’s hoping for rehabilitation — for everybody

OK. Last point. I sincerely hope Michael Vick rehabilitates himself. I don’t care if he ever throws another football. Rehabilitation for me is learning a lesson, living his life and raising his children. There’s a chance I’ll write more columns on Vick when news warrants it. But I’m about to shut down the comments section on Monday’s column because I’m tired of babysitting and I’m honestly considering not allowing comments on future Vick columns. To most of you: Thanks for keeping it real and above the line. To the rest of you: I only hope you grow up.

6. OK, it’s a really bad day, but … 

Wonder if Jack owns a dog? And who feeds it when he's saving the world?

Wonder what kind of dog Jack would own?

So I was thinking last night after the season-ending episode of “24.” Jack Bauer really only has one bad a year. I mean, who among us wouldn’t be happy with one bad day a year. (Sorry. I needed to break this up before I jumped back into another potential racially sensitive topic.)

5. If you pay me this much, I’ll love you

(OK. One more intermission.) Love the news about Jon Gruden jumping into the ESPN booth for Monday Night Football. Question: Just wondering how that job interview went. Did his past comments about various stories on ESPN in 2007 ever come up. Example 1: “I don’t watch ESPN. I don’t believe half the [expletive] people on the channel, personally – no disrespect.” Example 2: “There’s a lot of reports out there. I just wish some of these reports were verified. [Chris Mortensen] doesn’t have a [expletive] idea what he’s talking about.” Way to stick to your guns, big guy.

4. Does this look like a “minority” golf team?

This is a minority golf team. Honest.

Tennessee State's five-man (four-white) team won the HBCU title.

OK. Here we go again. See this picture? It’s a team shot of the Tennessee State golf team, which just won the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championship. Yes, “Minority.” The only problem with this is while TSU is an historically black university (HBCU), it’s golf team is historically white. The team that just won the championship has four white players, one black. Actually, that’s progress.  The same school won the title in 2005 — and that team was ALL white. Anything wrong with this picture?

Just felt like throwing in a picture of two pioneers: golf legends Lee Elder (left) and Calvin Peete.

Just felt like throwing in a picture of two pioneers: golf legends Lee Elder (left) and Calvin Peete.

3. What’s in a name?

I phoned the school’s coach, Charles “Chip” Taylor. He is white. He said he understands why people would have an issue with this. But he said most golf teams at HBCUs are predominantly white out of necessity. There simply aren’t enough black collegians playing golf yet and most of the best ones attend major universities. So HBCUs are forced to recruit whites in the U.S. and Europe to fill out their rosters. That’s understandable, to a degree. But come on. Can’t organizers at least change the name of the tournament to PGA “HBCU” Championship instead of “PGA Minority”? That would be a more accurate reflection, since it would reference schools, not race. “I understand the question,” Taylor said. “But I’m a 100 percent believer in HBCUs because that’s our heritage and that’s our tradition. They’ll always be around. No, it might not be 100 percent minorities. But they’ll will always have a place in our country.” The lines between HBCU’s have blurred in recent years. More African Americans attend non-historically black colleges. Also, economics have led to changing demographics on campuses like Tennessee State and Morehouse. (Translation: More whites are being recruited and/or finding an HBCU a viable option.) But Taylor thinks this number of black golfers will increase. “I see a huge number of minority golfers in the sixth to eighth grades, and once they get into high school they’ll be recruited.” Then, no more double takes.

2. MeAngelo strikes again

Here's a picture of DeAngelo Hall, walking alone. Seems appropriate

Here's a picture of DeAngelo Hall walking alone. It seemed appropriate.

DeAngelo Hall, who knows how to make money but can’t seem to recall how to make an interception, took several shots at the Oakland Raiders and owner Al Davis the other day. Now, he might’ve been accurate with almost everything he said. But the fact the comments come from arguably the most selfish player in the NFL, the words rang hollow. Especially these ”Oh, it’s a weight off my shoulders [being gone from there], just that whole situation out there and the way they did things. I’m not knocking it, but it wasn’t what I was accustomed to, what I was used to, and I just started just not caring like a bunch of other guys, you know? It kind of rubs off on you.” Dude, you are not the rub-ee. You are the rub-er.

1. Just checked

A recent comment on the Vick blog: “LET YO HATERS BE YO MOTIVATORS, MIKE!” Hey, see that? It’s clean. It rhymes. It’s even brief enough for Twitter. That wasn’t so hard.

130 comments Add your comment

Ted Striker

May 19th, 2009
11:50 am

Jeff — ‘Mrs. Schultz’ (who actually did come over with her sister last night, surprising me greatly) is definitely gonna hammer you on TSU thing.

In closing, I know it wouldn’t make much sense medically — but if I’m Jack Bauer, I’d rather have me some of Agent Renee Walker’s yummy stem cells than Kim’s.

Left to Right

May 19th, 2009
11:53 am

There needs to be much, much more policing of the comment sections of all the AJC blogs.

BigEasy830

May 19th, 2009
12:06 pm

Shultz,I just wanna know did you get the beer, hotdogs, buns and chips and even though I didn’t show up, how much do I owe you. remember we got to split it 5 ways maybe 4 since you picked it up. That’s how we roll in my hood.HAHAHAHAHA

The Falcons will suck in 2009, 4-12 will be their record. 2008 was a fluke, if you believe your team is on the right track then you must believe they will make the play-off in 2009 and at least match their win total from 2008 even though they have the 4th toughest schedule in the NFL.

Fresh for 2009, You Suckers!!!!!!!!!!

Hollywould

May 19th, 2009
12:06 pm

Jeff, I see Jimmy Williams got cut in SF. Maybe if you will not write
about VT football players we can all get along.LOL

TM

May 19th, 2009
12:25 pm

There are 7 story’s under the “Falcons” header on ajc.com/sports. 5 of the 7 story’s are about Mike Vick! ARE YOU FREAKING KIDDING ME? AJC is R-E-D-I-C-U-L-O-U-S-!-!-!-!

Paul H

May 19th, 2009
12:30 pm

Let me guess, most of the obscene comments that had to be deleted were from Vick supporters.

eplayerj

May 19th, 2009
12:37 pm

Nothing new on the TSU Golf team. If you look at the baseball squads of some of the HBCU teams it is loaded with White Players. This is actually a good thing and people can no longer think that HBCU’s are only for Black people.

AGTFan

May 19th, 2009
12:37 pm

Jeff,

From your comments about not knowing what to expect, I infer that you haven’t been reading many of the Falcons blogs for the last year.

Paul H,

From having read most of the Falcons blogs for the last year, I’m guessing you are mistaken. I’m betting it was pretty close to 50-50.

Vick Supporter

May 19th, 2009
12:40 pm

Wow! The Falcons fans don’t even talk about their own QB..Matt “Noodle Arm” Ryan. All it is from them is Vick Vick Vick. Redemtion is near…………….

Marcus

May 19th, 2009
12:41 pm

Paul H,
Why would you guess that?
There are fringe loonies on both sides of the fence (Vick supporters and detractors), taking fulla dvantage of the anonimity of the interent and who dont care or don’t know enough to peruse Websters or the Bible to support their claims for his reconciliation or condemnation.
I do realize that he is news in ATL but the tenacity and ubiquitousness of the stories/articles that the AJC has on him does seem a bit fanatical (stalker-ish) or at least, tabloid-ish.

I hope he does well for himself to reconcile his life and career.

JD

May 19th, 2009
12:43 pm

Perhaps we can get some sort of a moron filter before people make posts? Maybe a math equation?

Great job, Mr. Schultz…I always look forward to the countdown and I sincerely enjoy your dry sense of humor (I’m a deadpan guy myself).

What I don’t like about the Kornheiser thing is that he chose to leave. Nobody liked listening to him…I think it’s pretty much universal. But ESPN was content with keeping him on. And that’s a huge problem (well, maybe more of an inconvenience or annoyance than a problem) today; boring, annoying, and/or confused announcers on TV (Tim McCarver, Joe Buck, and Chip Caray to name a few). They bother us, we complain, and they stay. I want funny people…people with personality who know about the sport. Where are the Skips?

PowderSpringsPlaya

May 19th, 2009
12:45 pm

I heard the blond kid on the end is a Que Dog.

Supes

May 19th, 2009
12:46 pm

So for a Tuesday “countdown” we get an article/thoughts on the article/blog you wrote the other day? Wow, I can’t believe you get paid to do this job. Dream job I tell you Schultz, must hold on to it at all cost.

JD

May 19th, 2009
12:48 pm

There are 7 story’s under the “Falcons” header on ajc.com/sports. 5 of the 7 story’s are about Mike Vick! TM

Chill….it’s the offseason. Let’s recount what’s happened with the Falcons in the past few days:

-Mike Smith takes a nap
-Roddy White switches toothpastes
-Jamal Anderson holds a clinic for kids on how to avoid the quarterback
-Former Falcons QB is about to be released from prison after nearly 2 years. There’s still a huge question on his future in the NFL

Yeah, tell me more about that toothpaste.

PS – ridiculous is spelled with two ‘I’s

Reality Check GT

May 19th, 2009
12:50 pm

Vick Supporter… WOW! Matt Noodle Arm Ryan huh, leads a bunch of class act guys to the playoffs as a rookie. Yeah Vick was good, too bad he was a thug who couldn’t stop smoking weed and killing dogs. Can’t change some poeple I guess. As far as redemption. Matt Ryan’s future is a little brighter than a thug ex felon’s.

JD

May 19th, 2009
12:53 pm

There are 7 story’s under the “Falcons” header on ajc.com/sports. 5 of the 7 story’s are about Mike Vick! TM

Chill….it’s the offseason. Let’s recount what’s happened with the Falcons in the past few days:

-Coach Mike Smith takes a nap
-Roddy White switches toothpastes
-Jamal Anderson holds a clinic for kids on how to avoid the quarterback
-Former Falcons QB is about to be released from jail after nearly 2 years. Huge questions remain about his future

Yeah…tell me more about that toothpaste.

PS – ridiculous has two ‘I’s

The Dogfighter Returns

May 19th, 2009
12:54 pm

Damn the bastards must be running out of stories to write. All they write about is some dogfighter who could barely play QB. What a shame. Journalism like everything else in the country has gone to pot.

Rome is burning.

JD

May 19th, 2009
12:56 pm

There are 7 story’s under the “Falcons” header on ajc.com/sports. 5 of the 7 story’s are about Mike Vick! TM

Chill….it’s the offseason. Let’s recount what’s happened with the Falcons in the past few days:

-Coach Mike Smith takes a nap
-Roddy White switches toothpastes
-Jamal Anderson holds a clinic for kids on how to avoid the quarterback
-Former Falcons QB is about to be released from jail after nearly 2 years. Huge questions remain about his future

Yeah..tell me more about that toothpaste.

PS – ridiculous has two ‘I’s

JD

May 19th, 2009
1:00 pm

There are 7 story’s under the “Falcons” header on ajc.com/sports. 5 of the 7 story’s are about Mike Vick! TM

Chill…it’s the offseason. Let’s recount what’s happened with the Falcons in the past few days:

-Coach Mike Smith takes a nap
-Roddy White switches toothpastes
-Jamal Anderson holds a clinic for kids on how to avoid the quarterback
-Former Falcons QB is about to be released from jail after nearly 2 years. Huge questions remain about his future

Yeah….tell me more about that toothpaste.

PS – ridiculous has two ‘I’s

Greg

May 19th, 2009
1:13 pm

Maybe Michael Vick will now have the best opportunity in his life to get some wise advice, including being mentored a bit by Coach Dungy, Coach Edwards, etc. (Maybe even Coach Smith!) I’ll bet he has matured a whole bunch in the past two years. I think we can be hopeful that he’ll be fine, and come out of this a stronger, smarter person. I suspect he’s going to convince Goodell of his remorse and sincerity, and play again, in the NFL, which, given his talent, would be a good thing for the NFL, for Vick, and for us.

ndadome

May 19th, 2009
1:16 pm

What’s with the white belts on the golf team? Are leisure suits coming back, too? Bad look!

Jeff Schultz

May 19th, 2009
1:16 pm

Ted: Tough call there.

Left to Right: I agree. It’s a slippery slope when you open the commenting section to the world. It’s a tough call sometimes, what to let go and what to keep.

BigEasy: 4-12? I’ll take the “over” for a buck.

Hollywould: Hadn’t seen that on JW. Can’t say I’m surprised. What a waste.

Paul H: No, you’re incorrect. The deleted comments were fairly equally divided between Vick supports and critics.

EPlayerJ: I agree. I didn’t mean to suggest on whites at HBC’s was a bad thing. I hope it didn’t come across that way. The name “Minority” championship is what got me.

Supes: Thanks for the love.

Jeff Schultz

May 19th, 2009
1:19 pm

Ndadome: Didn’t even notice the belts till you mentioned it. Blondy on the left actually had a black belt. Budding nosetackle in the middle has mid-section folding over the waistline, so we’ll never know.

Eric

May 19th, 2009
1:22 pm

Its Omega Man PowderSpringsPlaya!!!!!

jimmy

May 19th, 2009
1:24 pm

if a regular person had committed the crimes that vick did he would have recieved a sentence of probation ans a fine.leave the man alone and let him rebuild his life

gtm

May 19th, 2009
1:25 pm

I’d be in favor of always having the comments closed or at least having a lot of them deleted. What’s the point of reading variations on these again and again:
“The coach/GM/owner/player/writer is an idiot and should be fired.”
“The previous poster is an idiot.”
“This word is misspelled. You should be fired, idiot.”
“This team sucks and you all suck. The ajc sucks and the stories are terrible. Everything is bad.”

It’s tiring and worthless to read that. It’s nice to have opposing viewpoints to the columnists and bloggers, but there is only a small number of people able to write something worthwile and coherent.

One of the interesting things about the changes in communication is that most of the media has come to think that things like facebook, blogs, forums/message boards, twitter, etc. need to be incorporated into the news for the industry to survive. However, the ability of any person to publish their thoughts has no correlation with the value of their message.

kappellmeister

May 19th, 2009
1:28 pm

Thanks, Jeff. I can only imagine what was erased. Couldn’t agree more with “Left to Right”. It is embarassing, at times, to read the polarizing comments here, and to know that people from all over the country/world can log on and see them, too. Giving Georgia a bad name! Frankly, I think even if it only cost $5 or something, having to register would help that issue immensely.

Regarding Kornheiser (sp?), did it not strike you as odd that he suddenly fears flying? As much as I like him on PTI, he was TERRRIBLE on MNF and needed to be fired from the spot, but I was rather surprised he pulled a “Madden”. Sounds like a company line to me . . .

Oh – and they should have gotten Mike Golic. Gruden will be coaching again next year.

PMC

May 19th, 2009
1:28 pm

Back to Tacos… Pure Taqueria in Alpharetta is excellent. Mmmm. Tacos.

kappellmeister

May 19th, 2009
1:34 pm

Hey Jimmy – and if Mike Vick had cooperated with local officials in the first place instead of listening to his “close friends”, he likely would have gotten the same thing. From what I read, it was only after he repeatedly lied to every team and law official that the Feds got involved. If he wants to recomp some of his losses, he ought to sue his own lawyer!

What do Mike Vick and Bill Clinton have in common? They both thought, “Wow. I never thought it would come to this.”

Jeff Schultz

May 19th, 2009
1:41 pm

Jimmy: It’s not about the crime. It was about lying to the federal government. More than once. You can’t do that. Ask Martha Stewart.

Boo Boo

May 19th, 2009
1:47 pm

Name the top three HWCU (historically white colleges and universities)in the country. Have any pictures of their basketball team? Are there any HBCU hockey team pictures to share?

Listen, I’m a black lab. Okay, I admit it. I have several friends who are white labs. I’ve been to their homes before too. Tell you what, those dogs eat scraps of garbage and sleep UNDER the house. Plus, get them around a pack of other white labs and its all trash bark. To each his own, but I prefer a nice vintage can of Mighty Dog and my PetSmart pillow to sleep on, in the air conditioned comfort of my owner’s house. I love a ride in the car so I can try to bite wind. That’s just the way I am.

What!!!

May 19th, 2009
1:51 pm

Hello BigEasy830 it’s your buddy…………….the internet BULLY!! WOO I SCARE YOU!!!

Ted Striker

May 19th, 2009
1:58 pm

The Bad News: I’ve lied to the federal government more than once. In fact, wayyyy more than once. (Nothing I consider major but hey, isn’t it all relative?)

The Good News: I’ll still try to access AJC online from the prison library when they finally catch up to me.

BDubs

May 19th, 2009
2:04 pm

You stay classy, Atlanta.

BDubs

May 19th, 2009
2:04 pm

Greg: ‘preciate the good word.

Terrell

May 19th, 2009
2:18 pm

Mr. Schultz,

I do agree with you about not lying, but if that was the case he would’ve been charged for perjury which he wasn’t. I don’t think PETA would’ve been as forgiving, and given that fact plus he was making money the the gov’t wasn’t benefitting off of he would’ve gotten a similar if not the same punishment.

Boo Boo: What point are you trying to make?

bali

May 19th, 2009
2:18 pm

Always heard that chicks dig the long ball…. Tennessee State rules……White belts are making a comeback……those goobers look like real good golfers

eplayerj

May 19th, 2009
2:27 pm

No problem Jeff. I not a problem, I know the HBCU thing is an issue with some people. Many young athletes are getting scholarships to play there although it is still a minority school. Hope others can see what you and I already know.

eplayerj

May 19th, 2009
2:29 pm

If the blond guy on the end is an Omega man then we have really overcome.

Mitch

May 19th, 2009
2:40 pm

I just have to say that I nearly wet my shorts with the Deangelo rub-ee / rub-er thing. Jeff, I seriously love to read your stuff. I look forward to a little serious and a little funny. I need to go and pee now. Thanks for the good read!

WR

May 19th, 2009
2:46 pm

Jeff, can’t wait for weekend predictions this fall, hate to see your comments section get taken over by hatred and rage. If the Falcons D, go on the attack like the people in your comments section get peachtree ready because we will be celebrating big time this year.

BigEasy830

May 19th, 2009
3:00 pm

I made it easy for you Mr. Shultz, It’s a done deal. Any team should be able to stumble to 4-12. At least you are brave enough to take the bet, most Falcon fans on these blogs will not give an honest prediction on what their team will do. They love to talk the talk and bring up last year, well it’s a whole new year boys and girls, now walk the walk. If you are truly a Falcon fan don’t jump off the bandwagon when the going gets tough,4-12, yep, I said it.

To Reality check GT and all the other bandwagon fans, 1 season does not make a career. Lets see you man Matt Ryan do it in consecutive seasons, don’t forget how bad he looked the last 3 games of the regular season and that play-off game, now don’t make excuses for him when things get tough, if he is as great as you all claim, your team should win at least 11 games and win the NFC South.

I heard some interesting stats on sports talk radio. MV7 career passer rating is better than Joe Nammath, John Elway, Ron Jarowski and a few other Hall Of Fame QBs, interesting facts I say for a guy that in 6 seasons went to 3 pro bowls and lead his team to the NFC Championship game. But, some say he failed as a QB, no, he failed himself and his family by his mistakes but don’t discount the man’s ability to play football. And you all love Jay Cutler but his career winning percentage stinks. Just a few facts that make you wanna say “HMMMMMMM”.

Fresh for 2009, You Suckers!!!!!!!!

Real Fan

May 19th, 2009
3:06 pm

I think the AJC needs to stop doing stories on MV….I saved many of the articles that you printed when MV fell from the grace of bandwagon fans…you all were disgusted and appalled and couldn’t believe MV brought this to your city. So why is MV name back in your paper everyday….Jeff is it because you all need money at the AJC,and MV’s name still sells the paper? This man’s name kept you in a job before and it seems his name might do it again for you….and don’t tell me AJC is fine, I know many inside people who are still there and who have been laid off, you all are circling the drain.

Jeff Schultz

May 19th, 2009
3:08 pm

Terrell — I’m not a legal expert so I’m not sure. But this case never got to court — Mike just pleaded after being presented with the evidence. So, no perjury charge. .. Also, for what it’s worth, PETA gets way too much ink (which, of course, they like). The Humane Society is actually a branch of govt. (I think) and deserves more credit.

Mitch: Didn’t need that visual. But thanks.

BigEasy830

May 19th, 2009
3:11 pm

Big-Ups to TSu and there title,

Public service announcement, to all poor white kids, do research on your chances at getting an academic scholarship to a HBCU, back when I was young, it use to be that those colleges offered scholarships to white kids to attend to attract more white kids, the same way UGA and Auburn and other predominately white schools offered scholarships to minority students, diversity is a beautiful thing. We can learn a lot from the young ones on how to get along, for the most part they get along very well.

eplayerj

May 19th, 2009
3:17 pm

Big easy everybody in the NFC south boasts on their last season performance and don’t win the next season. I am a realists. A serious falcon fan. I love the additions to offense. The offensive line should be better than last season. Most of the pieces are in tact. However, will Jenkins redevelop skillet hands? What do we make of this young defense. Can they handle the NFC and AFC East? 6-10. Congrats you forced my first falcon prediction for next season. I hope I am wrong.

june_baby

May 19th, 2009
3:26 pm

jeff, most of the comments about vick, that i’ve seen on this blog and others were much more con than pro(maybe 70% to 30%). i’ve read some truly awful comments, that seemed to come straight from the 50’s and 60’s. when it comes to the ajc blogs, i would say it was not about the dogs at all, but other, more hurtful things. i think you knew what kind of comments would be forthcoming, but you printed these polarizing stories anyway. imo, that makes you just as guilty!! pandering to the worst of either aisle of thought. it sure looked to be deliberate on both you and the sports editor’s part.

What!!!

May 19th, 2009
3:35 pm

BigEasy830…….Grossman lead his team to the superbowl. Would you consider him a good QB?

Mrs. Schultz

May 19th, 2009
3:36 pm

D.O.Ledbetter has Falcon football humming with his blog if anyone really wants to talk about football I suggest you go there. Us racists would prefer to keep this blog open to the underachieving malcontents that flock to a person like Jeff Schultz.

Lynn

May 19th, 2009
3:36 pm

June_baby, of course its deliberate.