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13 Nov 2009
This week's Mike Tanier preview looks at the rivalry that defines the decade and hands out rules for attending a Redskins game.
Posted by: Mike Tanier on 13 Nov 2009
7 comments, Last at
17 Nov 2009, 8:59pm by
Minny-Detroit might be a more apt rivalry for modern times: A beaten and battered home of former industrial might, assailed by gun toting survivalists and ice-fishermen. In funny hats. With horns. Wait, is this a Mad Max movie?
Mad Brad: Beyond Silverdome?
"Hall accused Smith of getting too rough during the rhubarb"
Autocorrect strikes again.
Are you sure rhubarb isn't an accepted synonym for a bruhaha?
"Just look at that pumpkin."
-John Madden, looking at the moon.
American Heritage says:
Informal A quarrel, fight, or heated discussion.
I think I knew that definition before I had ever heard of the vegetable. Probably thanks to Bob Prince.
I loved the Mike Williams comment.
Maybe we misunderstood the Mayans -- and Mike Williams will cease to exist after 2012?
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