Survivor One World: Women Are Cold - Men Are Stupid Snarkfest by Senior RTVC Staff Writer Stimpy March 1, 2012
Giving republicans, gays
and humans a bad name.
Greetings once again, fans of Survivor One World!
Episode three is in the books, and I Stimpy, your humble (ha!) scribe bid you hail and welcome to the Snarkfest on said recently completed episode.
Yeah, yeah, that intro is pretty much cut and pasted. Besides, it’s not the intro yer here for, is it?
Got thoughts? Post them at the end.
Of course, neither is this, but my column, my rules.
-So the NFL Combine is over and done, and while I concur with the Luck at #1 and Griffin at #2 thoughts, every freaking pundit/talking head/scouts seem to be all over the map with the next best quarterback available.
Is it Tannehill? Osweiler? Cousins? Weedon?
Nope, nope, nope and nope.
Too many get so caught up in height and arm strength without asking the important question: can the kid actually play and win?
Hence, I’d suggest taking a look at Russell Wilson or Kellen Moore. And, no, not as a back-up, but as a legit starter.
Yeah, neither has the size or the arm, but y’know who did? Blaine Fucking Gabbert. He was touted as the most ‘pro-ready’ quarterback available last year, and he did little more than shit the bed in his rookie season.
Plus, two guys the pundits didn’t think could succeed - Cam Newton and Andy Dalton - both did pretty fucking good.
For the record: I was never sold on Gabbert, but did know that both Newton and Dalton could succeed.
-To further how smart I am in this regard, I was also shocked - SHOCKED I TELLS YA! - that so many people were surprised at how well former Georgia Tech receiver Stephen Hill came off at the Combine.
Forgetting that the system he played in didn’t provide for good numbers, everyone was completely stunned at how well he looked.
Except Stimpy. I saw this kid make a catch early last season against North Carolina that made me know for certain he had what it took.
Just google ‘Stephen Hill One Handed Catch’ and tell me I’m wrong.
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