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Tuesday, November 29, 2005
"listen to Stevie Wonder and Paul McCartney song Ebony and Ivory Oreo cookies"

Google it and tell me what you find.


Ok, for those too lazy to do that, you get me. For some reason, someone typed that into Google and it led directly to me.

Shit that's weird.

Also, in Google Related News, you can get here by going to Yahoo Search and typing "," although I'm a bit confused as to why you'd do that when you already know the address.

Must've been Tech fans. Well your big update on the game is coming Nerds.

Beelieve Dat.

Until next time kids.

Be safe.

Monday, November 28, 2005
I took this from PWD but honestly, it's too good for me not to post it here. You guys have an assignment over the next couple of days.

Find a Tech fan and let them know when it gets to be 6:46.

Or 14 to 7.

However you like to say it.


Tech blows my ass.

Until next time kids.

Be safe.

Thursday, November 24, 2005
It means three things to me...

1. Food.

2. Family.

3. Football.

Yes, the three "F"s of Thanksgiving were in full blown action today in Peachtree Shitty. I went over to my Uncle's house and had dinner with parts of my family and parts of his wife's family.

The turkey kicked ASS. I don't even usually like turkey but this shit was awesome.

So there's your food update.

Now when it comes to family, anyone with blood relation to me is normal. However, on the aforementioned other family's side, they were Georgia Tech fans. So basically, they talked shit all day long and had NO response whatsoever to any comments of "hey your coach plays felons,""How does it feel to have now not beaten Georgia for over a decade," and other comments that are blog-friendly, but I don't feel like typing them. Basically, imagine hell, but with Turkey.

I hate Tech.

Falcons looked great today by the way...but Detroit looked so bad I felt sorry for them.

But back to me hating Tech.

I hate them more than Florida. No shit.

Every time I have been to Tech, I get into some sort of altercation. Of course, I never get to fully "Perry Out" on someone because I happened to be with 400 strong each one of those times. Now, in what "may sound like an excuse" news, I will not be participating this year in Atlanta mainly because when I'm at a game, we play like shit. When I'm at Jeb's, we hang at least 40 on the opponent. After much debate of possibly watching this game at my dad's or somewhere else(s), I have decided I'm too superstitious to watch it anywhere else. I'll be at Squeb's.

Since we dominated Kent-sucky and the play calling was as ballsy as Ely-Kelso's idea of skinny dipping with the Dean's daughter, I'm not going to do another pre-game breakdown this week. Like I said, I'm superstitious. The superstitions change during the season. Think of them like you think of half time adjustments. I find out what works, what I changed, and what I'll keep for next week. It's a process.

So let me just say these things:

1. Tuck Fech.
2. Tech cheats.
3. Felons love Tech.
4. Chan Gailey is AWESOME...for Dawg fans.
5. Reggie Ball can't count to 4. And he goes to an engineering school.
6. Calvin Johnson is the TRUTH. I'm sorry, but the kid is amazing.
7. Greg Blue wants his last regular season game to be the one in which he finally kills someone.
8. I beeleive Tech's defense will catch more balls on their chin than they will from our QB.
9. Dawgs will win.

Lastly, in "this is kinda cool" news, I recently found out that I have been linked on College Football Resource's Web site as an "official" blog for UGA football. While I'll never be as popular, have as many hits, or be as all around good as PWD, I'm really really really proud to know that someone linked me up. Thanks to those guys over there. By the way, check out their site. It's a really good one, especially for finding blogs for other schools.

Well, I'm off to the metropolis of Perry, Georgia for a day to hang out with the Padre and to do some shopping. Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I'll just be blunt, please understand that I'm thankful for each one of you guys.

Until next time kids.

Be safe (and Go Dawgs).

Right now, I'm giving thanks to Russ for hosting an event where I can drink, blog, and play Phase 10 (not related to Phase 5....kinda) all in the same place.

More to come tomorrow when I'm hungover.

By the way, Georgia Tech cheats, lies, sucks, and has no women....whatsoever.

Tuck Fech

Until next time kids.

Be safe.

Friday, November 18, 2005
In an effort to kick Karma back into gear, I have decided not to post a pregame breakdown this week.

Hell, I don't even know if I'll wear my Dawg Tags. All I know is that I've been so stressed about losing two games that I'm considering a new wardrobe all together and never cooking pancakes and sausage at the tailgates again (hey, we only did it this year when we lost).

Truth is, I'm not going to tell you how much we win by or what I think we need to do to win this game even though I'm dying to do it.

Dawgs Win.

By how much? I don't know, but you can bank that we won't cover the spread.

In other news, Tech Cheats.

Until next time kids.

Be safe (and Go Dawgs).

Wednesday, November 16, 2005
So that's what this post is all about.

First, I'd like to tell everyone that I had the correct score for UGA predicted, however, I didn't think Auburn would score that one more point. Damn it.

Secondly, some pictures for you.

The Grillmasters

First, the Grillmasters


What do the Grillmasters grill? Pancakes of course.

The Boys from P Town

Too many Perry people. Well, not really.

Progressive Asshole

This is the reaction from my Big Bro Dexter when he found out that Progressive Insurance was fucking me on my rental. Since he is an employee as well, he says this is also the pose he strikes when sticking it to "the common man."

Kit Jeb

This isn't a blurry picture. This is photographic trickery. Don't you feel more artistic now?

Heaven at Night

Finally, a scene from the kickass pregame we watched.

Third, a collection of thoughts from the "Thought Bowl."

1. I miss trivia.

2. I spent a decent amount of time with the ex this past weekend. I have to say, she looks good, seems to be doing well, and is completely over me. Hell, I reckon that makes two of us. I hate that we don't talk anymore, though. All is not lost, however, and I hope her job interview in San Fran went well. She's been dying to live in California so I guess it's what she's meant to do. Good luck to her and I hope we can catch up soon.

3. I'm thinking about moving over to a new, more Google-Friendly Blog. I haven't decided yet, but it would pretty much be dedicated to UGA Sports, but I'm slowly backing myself out of it. I think I'm really just itching to get back to writing again and not just things about football.

4. Speaking of football, I'd like to point out to Stacy that CMR is probably one of the greatest football coaches we've ever had and it's only his 5 year. I hope he stays in Athens until he is stale and predictable instead of being just a great recruiter, a consistent 10-game winner every year, and one of only 3 coaches in the modern SEC to lead a team to its conference championship 3 out of 4 years. According to The Georgia Sports Blog, that only puts him in the company of Gene Stallings and Steve Spurrier. Fulmer, Tubberville, and Saban aren't on that list. He won the SEC Championship in his second year. He continues to win with his own recruits and we have only played two Jefferson Pilot games, one pay-per-view game, five ESPN games, and two CBS games. What that adds up to is 3 games that are regional vs. 7 that are nationally televised. Once ABC exercises it's option on the UGA vs. GT game, it will make it 8. The exposure we're getting due to our SUCCESS is ridiculous. Also, with exposure comes $$$. If you think all of this is running itself, you're dead wrong. However, look at the good coming out of it. The new East Campus Village is there partly because of the money coming into the University. Essentially, we're not only one of the nation's top teams, but we're also making money. I will admit that sometimes, I think he plays it WAY to conservatively once he's worried about losing the game. However, I will not accept the blasphemy of Mark Richt in my house. Don't let it happen again.

5. I'll be in Atlanta this weekend. I'd like to see some of you that I haven't seen in a while. Find me.

Alright, I think I'm done. I've given you guys enough to read for the next couple of days. By the way, I won't be attending any more UGA games at least until we notch another win. The problem is that every game I'm at we either play like shit or lose. I'm definitely out for Kentucky and probably the SEC Championship just because I don't want to lose. However, the final determination needs to be seen.

Until next time kids.

Be safe.

Sunday, November 13, 2005
I didn't want the post on this blog to be the one about how I thought we were going to win on Saturday, so I decided to put this up here.

I'll update tomorrow about the entire weekend and how it was cool/crappy.

In other news, I think it's pretty well known that I'm a very big wrestling fan and always have been. So in all seriousness, I'd like to pass along to any other "closet wrestling fans" out there that Eddie Guerrero passed away today at the age of 38.

I was a big fan of Eddie and his work ethic around the wrestling business. He had a great charisma about him and was a very hard worker in the ring. He had away from the ring issues if you will, but overcame them to become one of the top WWE stars of the new millenium.

I'm truly saddened by this (keep all your smartass comments to yourselves). I wish nothing but his family the best.

Until next time kids.

Be safe.

Thursday, November 10, 2005
I know y'all have just been dying to read the mysterious words that flow from the brain of the Notorious One like beer at a Redcoat Party, and I'm sorry for it taking so long. After the Florida loss, which still kills me by the way, I just didn't feel much like blogging in any form. Then I hit Bambi (Bambi hit back) and even though I don't feel 100%, I have to do it. My people depend on me.

Seriously, I'm just bored, and it's almost tradition now to do a pre-game breakdown.

Really quickly, todays post at The Georgia Sports Blog on Turducken is pretty funny. By far that is one of my favorite blogs to read.

And in other news, I'm driving a 200-something Mitsubishi Lancer. It really is a piece of shit and no, I'm not lying. I went ahead and named it Sir Lancer-lot since I figured we'd be spending a lot of time together over the month. However, I got great news (no I DIDN'T save a bunch of money on my car insurance...ain't that ironic) in that my car should be ready by next week sometime. That is fantabulous.

Well let's not keep anyone waiting.

When UGA has the ball:

1. Protect D.J. -- Holy Reocurring Theme Batman!! Seriously, this is his first game back after the "Oh shit" incident so we have to step it up to accomodate him. He'll come out firing because that's the kind of player he is. After putting the receivers through the tennis ball drills for two weeks, I expect our guys to step up and catch a little better this week. Just expect D.J. to return to form like he never missed a day. That's all I'm saying.

2. Please run the ball -- In order for the above to be true, this has to be true. We must run like we haven't all year long. PLEASE guys, find your holes, use your vision and follow the big guys down the field. Let's use Danny Ware a little bit more as well since that guy has been running with pure heart all year long. I've been really pleased with what I've seen from him lately. T. Brown seems to have just fallen into the starter's role and if I were CMR, I would start Danny just to light the fire through the rest of our stable. Our guys need to stay competitive with each other because we all know that at the end of the day they're still friends. Hell, let them make each other better.

3. No offensive penalties -- This includes any holding, blocks in the back, etc. Stupid mental mistakes will only cause us to beat ourselves when we suit up against Auburn. AU's defense doesn't suck. Without a doubt, AU is all about their defense. Their front seven is up there with the best in the nation, so anything we can do to play cleanly, we need to do it.

When Auburn has the ball:

1. PRESSURE THE QB -- Brandon Cox is slowly moving into being a legitimate QB for Auburn, but he's not there yet. We've finally gotten healthy enough to start putting more pressure on the QB, so how about we friggin do it this week? If Martinez doesn't get at least 2 sacks out of that defense the Dawg nation is going to be VERY pissed. I had this type of conversation with my boy Jarrod not too long ago and basically it boils down to this: when you play like you have something to lose, you lose. If you play like you have nothing to lose, you win big. We've got to take aggressive shots, and for once, I'm not talking about the offense.

2. Stop their running attack -- I'm still on the fence about Kenny Irons. I know he has speed and power, but he hasn't been the breakaway back that he was touted to be. At least not to me anyway. I really think AU's running attack is overrated, but what do I know? We just need to step up and stop the running game. We do that, and I think the game is won.

3. Protect against the big play -- This could kind of go for offense and defense, but basically the factors are there for momentum to shift drastically. We have to make sure that doesn't happen. We just need to keep the crowd on our side.


We just need to get out there and play our game. We need to get out there and GATA all day long. The last time I can remember a game this big was in 2002 when we won the SEC East. Essentially, the East kind of hangs in the balance since Kentucky is one of the worst teams in the nation, not only just the SEC. The crowd will be incredibly hot and might be the loudest since...ever. Seriously, this game could be epic. That's all I'm going to say.

Georgia: 30
Auburn: 20

Until next time kids.

Be safe (and Go Dawgs).


Saturday, November 05, 2005
Everyone knows that I'm a big fan of competition in all forms. However, on Friday evening I found a new kind of competition that I'm not a fan of at all. Take a look at the photos below and see if you think Machine or Beast won.

Entire front

Right Front

Passenger side

Driver side

Closer front

Close up

So now you've seen the machine. Since I didn't have a camera to take pictures of the Beast, I'll just describe it as a small sized deer no larger than a Great Dane. When I hit said deer, it LITERALLY (no, I'm not bullshitting at all) flew 20 yards in the air and landed firmly, then laid there for a second and passed out. Being the nice person that I am, I felt badly that I didn't have any kind of gun or knife to put the Beast out of its misery. Just know, that what that animal went through, it couldn't have felt good.

So who won?


The above story is entirely true but with one important cog left out...

The damn deer laid on the ground for 10 minutes to garner sympathy from me, sat up, looked at me, stood up, looked at me again to say "I'm sorry about that," and ran off into the woods. Now's the part where all the women breathe a sigh of relief (PETA lovers included) and the men say "Oh hell no."

Anyone making deer anytime soon? I want a bite.

Until next time kids.

Be safe.

P.S. -- If you see me driving a Kia anytime within the next month (I'm assuming the ETA on getting the Batmobile fixed is sometime within a month), don't laugh at me. Please.

Tuesday, November 01, 2005
Well I said it was going to be a while since I blogged and I'm still at that point. Other than the loss, I had a great weekend with some close friends. I decided to post the pictures with short explanations because I'm still waiting to write the post-game breakdown of what happened on Saturday. I haven't given up on my guys but I'm pretty friggin bummed. Let's just put it that way.

Anyway, onward to picturedom.

(Click on any photos to enlarge...especially the last one)

Tim Kit

No one is safe from The Shocker!!!

Redcoat Band

The view of the Redcoat Band from our kickass seats.

Go Dawgs

Oh yeah. The seats were THAT good.

Perry People

How about a good healthy dose of Perry People?

Outback Bowl Guys

When the Outback Bowl reps stop by and have a beer, your tailgate kicks ass.

jojo kit

This photo was taken right before I told Jojo about all the things I used to do to his sister.

Jeb Kit Jojo 2

I can't think of anything funny for this picture...

Melissa Stacy Kit Kristen

What makes Kit happy? Hotties. Hotties make Kit happy.

Georgia Gang

Here's the tailgating crew.


Gameday, in a word...unimpressive.

And finally...

How gay is Florida?

Florida Gay Moped

Oh yeah, THAT gay (no offense to any homosexuals, but y'all gotta admit, that's pretty gay).

Until next time kids.

Be safe.