Blind Mumbling

A compilation of writings that never got anyone excited.

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Location: N. Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, United States

Former teacher, co-editor of Total Football and the author of more than 20 books and over 200 articles, most about sports history. His credits include Pro Football: When the Grass Was Real, The Hidden Game of Football (with John Thorn and Pete Palmer), Baseball Between the Lies, The Importance of Napoleon, and the Battle of Stalingrad. He is presently Executive Director of the Pro Football Researchers Association.

Friday, June 02, 2006

MORE MUMBLES

Dog owners should always carry pooper-scoopers so the rest of us won’t walk down the street and step in the Reverend Phelps.

I believe everyone should get a second chance. It’s your best shot to really rub their nose in how they screwed up the first time,

Marry in haste. You get to the honeymoon part quicker.

Better to light one little candle than to torch your business with a gallon of gasoline if you want to fool the arson cops.

That which does not kill us makes us stronge; that which does kill us doesn’t.

One man's meat is another man's veggieburger.

“What do you call a framework of parallel or latticed metal bars for blocking an opening, particularly in a stove, furnace, or fireplace?”
“That’s a grate question.”

On 3rd-and-4, our quarterback asked, “What would Jesus call?” Then he forgave the other team and was sacked for a nine-yard loss.

The difference between Niagara and Viagara is one falls and the other riises.

After she was mauled by a German shepherd, Cynthia stopped dating European sheepherders.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

>>On 3rd-and-4, our quarterback asked, “What would Jesus call?” Then he forgave the other team and was sacked for a nine-yard loss<<

I suppose the "Hail Mary" play was too obvious...

4:07 PM  

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