Sunday, February 12, 2012

Dress Comfortably For The Links

If people rip on Gronk for being in-sufficiently devastated following the Super Bowl loss to the Giants, and stupidly dancing the night away on a bad ankle, then can't we make a similar charge against Bill Belichick? Don't the same "end-of-the-worlders" in sports think it's a bit too early for Bill to be yukking it up on the links at Pebble?

All I know is that it's pretty sweet he sported the gray hoodie on the links. You stay frumpy, Bill.

Meanwhile, Bill Murray took it to the "next level" on Bushwood un-approved attire with his "full camo" sniper outfit. Lovely. And Chris Berman's Nutri-System Endorsement is proving to be worth every penny for the diet company.



7 comments:

  1. Boomer just being Boomer in that putrid lawn furniture table cloth pattern made into the douche-bag Hawaiian golf shirt It's just what we come to expect from our snooty jock sniffers in Bristol. They get to do all the cool, but cheesy commercials, just because Boomer said so. Steve, I can understand why you loathe this guy.

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  2. Berman represents the worst of professional sports attempt to justify an agenda of corporate greed. Once upon a time ABC gave us a Wide World of Sports - now what we get is a bunch of ESPN morons yelling their self aggrandizing tag-lines.

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  3. don't think you can compare gronk's celebrations just hours after the fact to "coach hoodie" playing golf a week later...

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  4. Is there a bigger hump in the world than Berman? Maybe Olberman, but he's so 42 seconds ago.

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  6. I wouldn't piss on Berman if he were on fire...

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  7. Czabe...I listen to you and read your pages. I don't get the continuous bashing on Belichick. So he wears a hoodie...everywhere. Hell, if I made the money he did...had the championships he did...why the f would I care what I wore. The man's comfy right? I've listened to your show and know you'd rather be in your robe and slippers doing your show if you had the chance. Who wouldn't? It's getting old. Even for you. B&B would probably agree.

    Troy

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