Sunday, September 16, 2007

If I wrote as bad as Olindo Mare kicks...

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OK, it's not fair to single out one lousy person on an apparently lousy team. Well, maybe it is.

All I know is, most people have good and bad days on their job. But for the most part, they don't ever go to work for two weeks in a row completely forgetting how to execute their primary talents.

If this keeps up, Saints fans won't need paper bags; they'll need plastic bags. It's always painful to see the Saints lose, but it's twice as painful when we know they have what it takes to win.


Nick said...

I don't know who looked worse this past weekend, the Saints or the Cajuns.

Ian McGibboney said...

Yeah, it's probably for the best that I can't watch those games in this market.

One of my friends was gloating about the McNeese victory, saying it felt good to see UL go down. After my initial resentment, I started feeling sorry for her.