Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Rammer Jammer

Still basking in the Crimson glory of a long awaited, thorough, Alabama Ass Whuppin' that was placed upon the Tennessee Vols last Saturday.

Check out this YouTube of 92k people chanting with the might of a decade of frustration.

In case you aren't from Alabama and are wondering what the crowd is saying, it tis:

"Hey Vols! Hey Vols!! Hey Vols!!! We just beat the hell out of you. Rammer Jammer, Yellow Hammer, Give 'em hell, Alabama!"

Oh baby, it makes me nipples hard.



_______

The post today will be short and sweet as I've got a butt load of stuff going on. More on the ch-ch-ch-changes beginning of next week. Be on the look out for some California forest fire pics.

Just because somebody says something doesn't make it true.

Talking Points Memo | Mostest:

"I've sort of gotten tired of explaining that, no, the Founding Fathers actually weren't all born-agains and bible thumpers. Not hardly. (Probably better to say that the great majority ranged from believers in an entirely impersonal God -- Deists -- to believing Christians who nonetheless viewed popular religious enthusiasm with a polite and paternal disdain.) But presidential candidate and former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, himself a Baptist minister, actually told a crowd yesterday that 'most' of the signers of the Declaration of Independence were 'clergymen.' As these folks at Politifact.com point out, one out of 56 were clergymen. It's a creative definition of 'most'."
_______

The largest man made structure in the world.... is a pile of garbage.

Sweet legacy.

Continent-size toxic stew of plastic trash fouling swath of Pacific Ocean:

"The enormous stew of trash - which consists of 80 percent plastics and weighs some 3.5 million tons, say oceanographers - floats where few people ever travel, in a no-man's land between San Francisco and Hawaii. Marcus Eriksen, director of research and education at the Algalita Marine Research Foundation in Long Beach, said his group has been monitoring the Garbage Patch for 10 years. 'With the winds blowing in and the currents in the gyre going circular, it's the perfect environment for trapping,' Eriksen said. 'There's nothing we can do about it now, except do no more harm.'"

_______

Uhhhh... damn.

Teens Recover After Tug-Of-War Game Nearly Severs Hands:

"PARKER, Colo. -- One teenager has been released from the hospital and another remained in serious condition after their hands were severely injured during a game of tug-of-war at school."


_______

2 comments:

Jez said...

I heard frat guys at Alabama also sing this song when a brother passes out at the kegger. Scary.

JPW said...

heh. haven't heard that one but I wouldn't doubt it for a second.