Monday, August 06, 2007

Hell yes

After a few days of work that left me on death's doorstep, tonight I came home to this:

Baby's hands are trembling.

LaMarr Woodley's bad-ass visage is on the Penn State ticket, and the great Chris Perry is on the Purdue ticket (not pictured).

The Hart races; the heart quickens. Only 26 days until kick-off, friends.

15 comments:

blythe said...

i'll see yours and raise you mine. except i don't have a picture of them. right now. 9/1/07. it's on.

dmbmeg said...

The Michigan flag in the background is a nice touch.

crimenotes said...

Hello ladies.

Blythe: Our teams both could have good seasons. I wish you well.

dmbmeg: Not true for your team, even though I like them. That flag is a nice touch. I agree.

Cock D said...

uh - is that Greg Skrepenak on ticket number 5 and Erik Anderson on ticket 2?

Am I lame for being able to name the entire starting lineup for the 1989 Michigan team?

Also - are you guys planning on making the Penn State game? (No - i am not soliciting tickets, I have my 4 already)

CrimeNotes said...

I'm definitely back for Notre Dame and Ohio State, possibly Oregon, but right now I'm not planning on Penn State, even though I should be.

If you needed the two extras, they'd be yours.

Crunk Raconteur said...

Also not pictured, the 6th-loss-in-7 years ticket, which actually just made think of a FANTASTIC bet that the Michigan and Ohio State athletic departments should make on the game.

If Ohio State wins the game this year, then Michigan has to put a picture of Troy Smith on the tickets to the 2009 game. If Michigan wins (granted, this is very unlikely), OSU has to put, say, Desmond Howard or Tim Biakabutuka on the tickets for the 2008 game.

Mr. Met said...

Isn't there a way to prevent comments like that from happening?

double entendre said...

From L to R it's Tom Harmon, Erick Anderson, Desmond Howard, LaMarr Woodley and, David Bass, not Greg Skrepenak, who also wore 75. You can tell because of the jersey and because Baas shared the Rimington trophy (pictured), given to the nation's best center, a position to which he moved from left guard during the season, in 2004.

Harmon and Howard won the Heisman trophy, Anderson won the Butkus Award, and Woodley won the Lomardi Award.

Cock D said...

Double -

Thanks. I didnt notice the gold trophy to the left of Bass nor did I pick up on the trophy theme.

Duh.

amish said...

aaaaaaaaaaaaannnd now I have a chub....

blythe said...

fine, yes, sportsmanlike blah blah, wish you well too ... until we win the national championship.

CrimeNotes said...

Blythe -- I don't say bad things about other schools/teams, except for Notre Dame.

dmbmeg said...

Are you and Amish going to cyber next?

Crimenotes-
I seem to remember some disparaging comments coming out of your mouth regarding a certain other Big 10 university that resides in Michigan.

CrimeNotes said...

Sparty? Poor Sparty. I might occasionally say unflattering things, but I don't go out of my way to be mean to Sparty.

I seem to remember you not being able to recall 1.) where you went to school, and 2.) the very existence of your [actual] alma mater's best runningback in a decade.

dmbmeg said...

There was porn on behind you. I was distracted. (leaving that completely out of context)

Ladell Betts is better. At least he has a career now.