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Monday, 14 November 2011


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Looks like the Pack are nicely emulating the "Granola Goons by the Bay" and their heydays with quarterbacks Joe and Steve. Aaron Rodgers is really on a roll...
Best wishes on the tests too!

....Hey Mike....just a note here before you go in for your medical test. As a photographer working in the medical field I can tell you one test leads to another....go cautious young man!
And, speaking of one thing leading to another,I am compelled here to tell you how much I enjoy and appreciate your good sense, humor, and excellent taste. A day does not pass when I don't check you out. I will not be caught on Facebook, but It would be a pleasure to come face to face with you.

Thanks Mike

Tell it to me straight, Doctor. The Vikings are still in the hunt for a playoff spot, right?

Interestingly, they seemed to have cast the wrong person as the "robot" in that commercial. Aaron Rodgers is as automatic as a robot, and I mean that in the very best way possible way.

With that being said, I think there's still an argument for him not winning the MVP this year. I'm 100% serious when I say that Peyton Manning should be in that conversation, too, despite not playing a single down this year.

It's hard to imagine one player's absence(even a QB) having as dramatic an effect as Manning and the Colts this year. Perennial powerhouse to frontrunner in the "Suck for Luck" campaign because one guy is gone? Amazing.

Well, my favorite ad on TV these days is the "Tiger by the toe" , with the deadpan line: "Do I really have to holler?" And before that it was the Verizon "pony" ad....

I'm not laughing though, since my State Farm homeowners premium just increased 14.8%.
And it's said that the "Occupiers" 'don't have a clear, coherent message'.

Must be an American thing...


That's fantastic Mike. When's the photo competition? Huh? Huh? :)

Well, you did, but good. Sigh.

I live in Connecticut, and New England is my team. But I must say, nothing in sports can compare with a stadium full of happy cheese heads.

The Packs are having a great year. And I'm lovin' it.

Enjoy Mike, enjoy.

I love football (especially how it makes no sense to people who don't love football). When you are American, and live abroad, like I have, you are constantly forced to defend American pastimes, which can be tough, especially pro football.

For our international guests, professional American Football is a unique combination of ballet, espionage, and artillery spotting, played by superhuman millionaires on HGH visionquests, sponsored by ego tripping billionares out to build the worlds biggest TV's just to see their own face displayed in so aggrandizing a fashion as to make their nosehair bigger than the average human being.

Hmmm... I doubt that helped, but I tried :)

"Hmmm... I doubt that helped, but I tried"

Make me laugh, though.


I really don't want to know what the tests were, but, um, did they use an Olympus camera? : )

Is it just me, or have you "suddenly" jumped on the Pack' wagon now that they are hot? ;-) I don't remember this kind of coverage back in the Favre days.
Well, since I split my internet time between pictures, football and travel this just got that much better.



Yeah, it's just you.


"Must be an American thing..."


I love it when young women behave in a perfectly rational manner.

Wayne (Bears fan)

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