You remember Richard from Michigan, yes? Well, he’s back with more for Greg Hunter and, for some reason I’ve yet to explain, for me. Do enjoy all three pages right here.
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I was going to guess Ted Kaczynski.
Note the way a purple highlighter is deployed in conjunction with references to the color purple. It is clear this unfortunate individual suffers from the same psychopathology as Digger Phelps.
To (heavily) paraphrase Blazing Saddles; I, for one, am glad so many of us get to see such a fine of example of good, old fashioned, obsessive compulsive non-sensical gibberish.
I was hoping for more stories about Texas Western. Maybe the moral is Huggins has gone soft and needs to start kicking the players in the a__ until they stay in the gym all day every day.
I agree with Mr. Stover on a lot of points. Except maybe highlighter selection.
And he’s right about one more thing: no one has ever called Greg “Mr. Hunter.”
I love how Richard mansplains things no one has ever heard of before, like Don Haskins and the Phoenix.
You’re being facetious, right? Sometimes hard to discern online, but I think I “know” you well enough to tell the difference.
It’s just a method of storytelling that becomes more common with age (a guy who writes actual letters would qualify), and one with which I’m becoming increasingly familiar, sadly.
Variation on that, Sheik: The Guy Who Sends Emails to Corporations Using the “Contact Us” Link on Corporate Web Sites. And that would be, increasingly, me. If they still had “newspapers” and “letters to the editor,” I’d be That Guy.
I like the employment of Gold and Blue highlights and the omission of anything gray.
They don’t have newspapers and letters to the editor any more?! When did that happen, and where have all my letters been sent?!
I blame it all on Dick!
I just think it’s hilarious how both the rational and irrational reference this year’s team as one of the worst in WVU history. I’m guessing this group also thinks that the Boston Red Sox have always been good.
And the Red Sox have pretty much always been good since Curt Flood ruined everything (except, maybe, for the players).
And, of course, fans of large-market teams that have obscene amounts of money to spend on players, like the Yankees, Dodgers, and – yes – the Red Sox. If the Carnegie heirs really wanted to make good use of their accumulated fortune, they’d finance the acquisition of a few more Andrew McCutcheons.
I mean, just think if the Pirates had unlimited funds to spend. They could be the Cubs!
I like that he hedges by calling them “arguably, if not factually” the worst team.
Fun fact: Pat Riley was on the Kentucky team that lost to Texas Western. I love thinking of coaches as young dumb college kids.
97X – BAM! – da future of rock n roll!
Sheik, strange year in baseball when the Cleveland Indians have the third largest payroll, no? When was the last time that the Red Sox and Yankees played second fiddle to Cleveland on salaries?
Richard from Michigan is acutally Mickey Furfari from Morgantown.