Brady like Favre, NOT!

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    To Gene and ALL:

    The Title of your Thread here MUST have come from the Miami Sun-Sentinel Article on SI.com's New England Patriot's TeamPage in which The Author of the article compared (well, I wouldn't say "compared"), but rather "asked" which was "More Absurd" The instance of Jet's Brett Favre selling out his fromer Team, The Green Bay Packers, by revealing (supposedly) to one of their opponents (Lions) some "things" that would help Lion's in a game against the Packers, OR ALL the things which have recently occured around the Injury of Our Tom Brady (multiple surgeries, "supposed" team disappointment and the like)... The Author of this Article doesn't go into any detail or anything, In ALL probability because there really IS NO "Comparison" between an instance of Someone "Selling out their Former Team for NO Reason except out of Selfish Spite AND an Instance Where a Poor Unfortunate Hall of Fame Quarterback (with a wonderful character to match), Got Injured when some Defensive End slammed low (I thought that was illegal, but anyways?) Into his Leg and ended the poor Guy's Season (and perhaps jeopardizes, at least in part, the Guy's "playing days")... The Author offers up NO details of comparison, as His singular and skewed premise is one which The Author simply asks His Reader (whoever in Miami that IS)-which "Incident" is The "More Ridiculous (the better question, Whatever That MEANS)...The Entire Article was craeted to illicit one thing, A Response and repose from the depths of Anonymity. I can liken His premise, of awkwardly "Asking" the Reader which of the two occurences seemed "more ridiculous" TO Me Asking You ALL "What You guys think was more beneficial to mankind, Influenza OR Lincoln's Emmancipation Proclamation? Most Writers create similarities by juxtaopposing objects, premises, and notions that have actual THINGS IN COMMON... But, Unfortunately He slept in on that day, and missed an all too critical English Class as an Undergrad...good for him, but not too good for his Readers.

    Listen Very Carefully Gene, Because I gotta tell ya something you probably already know deep down, Ready? Here it is: An unfortunate Fact of rooting for a team that has become the water-mark for anything and everything that happens in Professional Football is that IF The NFL Commisioner sneezes, the Media's coverage of it would try to incorporate something about The New England Patriot's Franchise... The Author of this awful Article (it's premise AND the writing itself) obviously Has No Hope of finding ANYTHING Interesting about the Team he Supposedly covers for the Miami-Sun-Sentinel, due to the simple yet undoubted fact that Miami IS a Team (Fans and Players) that plays, performs and lives It's Life in The Realm Of Mediocrity, O.K.? Seriously, How many glowing Articles can You Write about a Team that found It's Identity by watching a College Football Game on some Saturday afternoon (think, their "Wildcat Formation"); A Team who's Offensive Gameplan, every time they burst off a massive 6-yard run, owes more credit to Idaho State University than Anything Their Own League has come up with for the last 35 years? I ask of you this simple thing Gene, Rest easy within the knowledge that with Fame, Fortune and Success, There Breeds Contempt, Jealously, and especially rather Creative (at times) Untruths from those who only can Dream (Dolphins) of having a portion of what You (Patriots) Have.
     
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    Guys, Here's the Article I'm sure Gene was refering to, when H ebegan this Thread (Theatre of the Absurd as I know it, Is a form of writing that is devoid of any sensible plots, characters, and situations, very Avante Garde way of saying that It's completely (life) devoid of meaning)... Too bad the as the Author uses the term He fails to realize that Theatre of the Ansurd's defining characteristics capture His Article and overall writing style much more sptly (and NO, don't even think that this Guy intentionally did this)...
    Anyway, Here it is:

    http://www.palmbeachpost.com/dolphins/content/sports/epaper/2008/10/25/a10b_stodanfl_1026.html?cxtype=rss&cxsvc=7&cxcat=46
     
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    The Title of your Thread here MUST have come
    from the Miami Sun-Sentinel Article on SI.com's
    New England Patriot's TeamPage in which The
    Author of the article compared (well, I wouldn't
    say "compared"), but rather "asked" which was
    "More Absurd" The instance of Jet's Brett Favre
    selling out his fromer Team, The Green Bay Packers,
    by revealing (supposedly) to one of their
    opponents (Lions) some "things" that would help
    Lion's in a game against the Packers, OR ALL the
    things which have recently occured around the
    Injury of Our Tom Brady (multiple surgeries,
    "supposed" team disappointment and the like)...
    The Author of this Article doesn't go into any detail
    or anything, In ALL probability because there really
    IS NO "Comparison" between an instance of Someone
    "Selling out their Former Team for NO Reason except
    out of Selfish Spite AND an Instance Where a Poor
    Unfortunate Hall of Fame Quarterback (with a
    wonderful character to match), Got Injured when
    some Defensive End slammed low (I thought that was
    illegal, but anyways?) Into his Leg and ended the poor
    Guy's Season (and perhaps jeopardizes, at least in
    part, the Guy's "playing days")... The Author offers up
    NO details of comparison, as His singular and skewed
    premise is one which The Author simply asks His
    Reader (whoever in Miami that IS)-which "Incident"
    is The "More Ridiculous (the better question, Whatever
    That MEANS)...The Entire Article was craeted to illicit
    one thing, A Response and repose from the depths of Anonymity. I can liken His premise, of awkwardly
    "Asking" the Reader which of the two occurences
    seemed "more ridiculous" TO Me Asking You ALL "What
    You guys think was more beneficial to mankind,
    Influenza OR Lincoln's Emmancipation Proclamation?
    Most Writers create similarities by juxtaopposing
    objects, premises, and notions that have actual THINGS
    IN COMMON... But, Unfortunately He slept in on that
    day, and missed an all too critical English Class as an Undergrad...good for him, but not too good for his
    Readers.

    Listen Very Carefully Gene, Because I gotta tell ya
    something you probably already know deep down,
    Ready? Here it is: An unfortunate Fact of rooting for
    a team that has become the water-mark for anything
    and everything that happens in Professional Football
    is that IF The NFL Commisioner sneezes, the Media's
    coverage of it would try to incorporate something
    about The New England Patriot's Franchise... The
    Author of this awful Article (it's premise AND the
    writing itself) obviously Has No Hope of finding
    ANYTHING Interesting about the Team he Supposedly
    covers for the Miami-Sun-Sentinel, due to the simple
    yet undoubted fact that Miami IS a Team (Fans and
    Players) that plays, performs and lives It's Life in The
    Realm Of Mediocrity, O.K.? Seriously, How many
    glowing Articles can You Write about a Team that
    found It's Identity by watching a College Football
    Game on some Saturday afternoon (think, their
    "Wildcat Formation"); A Team who's Offensive
    Gameplan, every time they burst off a massive 6-yard run, owes more credit to Idaho State University than
    Anything Their Own League has come up with for
    the last 35 years? I ask of you this simple thing Gene,
    Rest easy within the knowledge that with Fame,
    Fortune and Success, There Breeds Contempt,
    Jealously, and especially rather Creative (at times)
    Untruths from those (Dolphins) Who can only Dream
    At Having But a Portion of What You (Patriots) Have.
     
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    Brady like Favre, NOT!

    LOL, Good Post Man, The better ya can come up with
    Obscure References, The Better You are in my Book...
    I reposted my First Post so you could see it, in
    entirety...
     
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    Brady like Favre, NOT!

    Gene, There was a Troll whom said
    That It's too Bad that EVERYONE
    knows "Pat's Fans Are Hated
    EVERYWHERE." Between Us, We
    counted almost Every state, At One
    Time Had A Pat's Fan Poster on THIS
    Forum... In My memory alone, I'd
    Have to add about 12 Foreign
    countries to the List at the time
    BEFORE I read your Post just Now
    8^) Gotta ask though, "What's
    Happenin' in Indonesia Gene?"
     
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    LOL, Juxtaposition of words is CRITICAL. Whenever I think Juxtaposition, I Think of Thomas Hobbes, and his quaint, happy summation of "Life of Man" that goes, "The Life of Man in the state of Nature is solitary, poor, nasty, brutish and short." And WHENEVER I ponder this phrase, my thoughts (obviously) go back to Sesame Street... There used to be a skit on Sesame Street, where they would show ALL these things in common (letters, numbers, for Hobbes, WORDS), and then They'd break into song, "One a' these Kids is doin' his own thing.....One a' these kids, is Not like the otha's...". Gene I gotta ask you, IF The Life of Man trully IS "Solitary, Poor, Nasty, AND Brutish", THEN WOULDN'T IT BE A GOOD THING THAT IT'S "Short?" Oooone a' these Kids is......
     
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    Brady like Favre, NOT!

    LOL, Juxtaposition of words is CRITICAL.
    Whenever I think Juxtaposition, I Think
    of Thomas Hobbes, and his quaint, happy
    summation of "Life of Man" that goes,
    "The Life of Man in the state of Nature is
    solitary, poor, nasty, brutish and short."
    And WHENEVER I ponder this phrase, my
    thoughts (obviously) go back to Sesame
    Street... There used to be a skit on
    Sesame Street, where they would show
    ALL these things in common (letters,
    numbers, for Hobbes, WORDS), and then
    They'd break into song, "One a' these Kids
    is doin' his own thing.....One a' these kids,
    is Not like the otha's...
    ". Gene I gotta ask
    you, IF The Life of Man trully IS "Solitary,
    Poor, Nasty, AND Brutish", THEN
    WOULDN'T IT BE A GOOD THING THAT
    IT'S "Short?" Oooone a' these kids....
     
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