As all of you reading this (nobody) knows, Antonio Brown went AWOL during the Bucs/Jets game on Sunday. When asked after the game Coach Bruce Arians had this to say about AB, “He is no longer a Buc. Alright that’s the end of the story. Lets talk about the guys who went out there and won us the game.” Now when you watch video of that quote on Pro Football Talk, the quotes are transcribed. But something got lost in translation as this is what pops up when you watch the transcribed video:
Uhh, excuse me? “The guys who won us the game” got turned into “the guys who were not turning 12 gay.” That’s a bit interesting. Now I do not know what service Florio uses for transcribing. It could all very well be a mistake made by a robot. But it just seems a bit weird. Brady has been criticized for his unwavering support of Brown in the face of so many controversies surrounding the wide receiver. You can make the argument that “game” could be turned into “gay” but what word was mistaken for the number “12”? My money is on Chris Simms, Florio’s co-host and known Brady hater, as being the rogue transcriber. I should note that I have no evidence to back this up whatsoever. But when the room stinks, the diapers probably full.
Recently, LeBron James and the Lakers were in Boston to play the Celtics. It was James’ first game back after missing several with an injury. According to my sources, LeBron and a teammate dined at a restaurant in the Back Bay. Apparently, the King thought an employee was videotaping him while he ate and complained to management. From the information I gathered from my sources, it was implied by James that he would like to see the employee terminated. Restaurant management acted swiftly and searched the employees phone but to no avail, as there was no video on the phone. Hopefully the calls for the poor employees job will stop. More on this story as it develops.
As a Celtics fan, nothing brings me greater joy than watching the Lakers implode. ESPN published a very amusing, detailed account of the trainwreck Magic Johnson/Rob Pelinka Era. Continue reading “Rob Pelinka is the Best.”
Luke Perry died today almost a week after suffering a massive stroke. This is very sad news to anyone who grew up in the 90’s. I’ll always remember him for grabbing Howard Sterns ass at the 1992 VMAs. Rest in peace, sweet prince. You are gone far too soon.
So I had to run into Back Bay today. I parked on Exeter Street. Very windy outside the car.I went to the meter to pay for parking. I hit max amount ($7.50/2 hrs. Thanks Back Bay!) I went to stick the ticket on the window and “WHOOSH!!” A big gust of wind sends my ticket soaring high in the air. Immediately gone. I go back and get a second ticket. I pay, get my ticket, am a little more cautious and as I go to stick it on the window but again, “WHOOSH!” My second ticket disappears into the abyss up above. I’m completely flustered. The people working out in the building behind are laughing at me, no doubt. I go BACK AGAIN, pay for a ticket and head back to the car, determined to not get got again. I sit in the car and secure the ticket before I finally got out and headed towards my destination. l
Spaghetti/Trivia Day- I took a trip to Eataly and waited around until I saw someone who looked like they wouldn’t mind answering some questions about spaghetti. Kion did not disappoint. Dude took me for 20 dollars too.
It has been a while since I updated this blog. Mainly due to laziness and somewhat due to the never-ending amounts of eating food that this requires, I took a break. But I promised you, the no people reading this, that I would finish this and do a whole year. Obviously that won’t happen but 10 months is good enough. Lets get started.
Eat Red Apple Day- Even though the first thing back is food, its at least healthy food.
Mutt Day- Growing up, I had a couple dogs. Describing them as just “mutts” is putting it nicely. These may have been the worst dogs known to mankind. Just look at them for christ’s sake!
Roof Over Your Head Day- Pretty self-explanatory one here.
Dice/Socks/Cookie Day- Found a way to tie these all together.