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Ibar_Harry
04-06-2006, 05:33 PM
I found this has featured by R Justice on the Chronicle. What kind of trash is this?

An open letter to Reggie Bush
Dear Reggie,

Welcome to your new hometown. We're thrilled to have you. We hope you like us back.

With you in town for a visit and all, this might be the perfect time to tell you a little bit about our city. We know you'll like it even though it, harumph, has a couple of issues.

We hope you don't judge us on one day. We're easy to love but it takes time.

First of all, I'll bet Charley Casserly didn't tell you about the heat and humidity and tornadoes and hurricanes and mosquitos and snakes. And that's just an average day on the practice field.

Another thing we should mention, Reggie, is our little crime problem. We hope you'll be patient with that, too. Make sure you never leave your wheels unattended.

Hope you'll like our restaurants. Except for the slime in the ice machine and the Mad Cow thing, they're all terrific.

Finally, there's an issue with housing. There's hot a home for sale between here and San Antonio. So be prepared for a commute.

We hope you'll like us anyway, Reggie, because we're ready to like you.

If you decide the adjustment from Los Angeles would be too much, we understand. Vince likes its here.


• • •


From the title and the way its presented this is from Justice. Is this his idea of humor. I'm sorry, but I would say fire the guy. I would say the same if it were with respect to VY. Doesn't say much for Houston either.....

http://blogs.chron.com/sportsjustice/

texanfan2100
04-06-2006, 05:43 PM
I found this has featured by R Justice on the Chronicle. What kind of trash is this?

An open letter to Reggie Bush
Dear Reggie,

Welcome to your new hometown. We're thrilled to have you. We hope you like us back.

With you in town for a visit and all, this might be the perfect time to tell you a little bit about our city. We know you'll like it even though it, harumph, has a couple of issues.

We hope you don't judge us on one day. We're easy to love but it takes time.

First of all, I'll bet Charley Casserly didn't tell you about the heat and humidity and tornadoes and hurricanes and mosquitos and snakes. And that's just an average day on the practice field.

Another thing we should mention, Reggie, is our little crime problem. We hope you'll be patient with that, too. Make sure you never leave your wheels unattended.

Hope you'll like our restaurants. Except for the slime in the ice machine and the Mad Cow thing, they're all terrific.

Finally, there's an issue with housing. There's hot a home for sale between here and San Antonio. So be prepared for a commute.

We hope you'll like us anyway, Reggie, because we're ready to like you.

If you decide the adjustment from Los Angeles would be too much, we understand. Vince likes its here.





From the title and the way its presented this is from Justice. Is this his idea of humor. I'm sorry, but I would say fire the guy. I would say the same if it were with respect to VY. Doesn't say much for Houstion either.....




Justice is a big time longhorn, and a huge VY apologist. He's resigned to the fact that Bush will be the guy though. This is just a joke. I think.

Mailman04
04-06-2006, 05:44 PM
What an idiot and Texas Longhorn homer. Maybe they should get rid of all the Houston Texans except the ones from Texas. What a joke to want a sidearmed running QB over the best player in college football.

Blu
04-06-2006, 05:50 PM
Tell Justice to keep up with the Astros...and quit screwing up things for the Texans! :challenge

BeReal
04-06-2006, 05:53 PM
I read that earlier today as well. Joke or not, I didn't think it was funny at all. Insulting actually. He can write whatever he wants, it's his right, but he sounds very unprofessional and extremely immature.

Frank_The_Tank
04-06-2006, 06:21 PM
That was awsome, you Bush homers are still in the "I Hate Vince Zone" Lighten up, LOL. I think it was funny, and I bet Reggie did too. You people are a bunch of prunes, LOL

Frank_The_Tank
04-06-2006, 06:24 PM
Oh could you post where you saw that, I want to see if you found it in a actuall news letter from the Chronicle.. You Vince Haters have tendencies to just make up crap as you go, 90% of yall crap is fiction and has no factual base.

Texans_Chick
04-06-2006, 06:26 PM
Is that real????

I find it hard to believe because it is 1. not accurate and 2. so not funny. Really, it is not at all clever. Even by Richard Justice standards.

Ibar_Harry
04-06-2006, 06:26 PM
Oh could you post where you saw that, I want to see if you found it in a actuall news letter from the Chronicle.. You Vince Haters have tendencies to just make up crap as you go, 90% of yall crap is fiction and has no factual base.

Go to the chronicle - Richard Justice - Open letter to Bush. If its not his its certainly a poor title on the front Page of the Chronicle Sports page on the network....

TexanFan881
04-06-2006, 06:27 PM
I think that some of it was funny, but not hilarious.

Ibar_Harry
04-06-2006, 07:17 PM
This is a ridiculous situation being created by the chronicle. What is happening is that as people post to this blog it apparently comes up as the title under Justice. I presume at this point this was posted by someone other than Justice. However, I think the Chonicle needs to change the process so that it doesn't appear to be from Justice and it certainly should not be like a head line on their front page. It had the look and appearance as to have come from Justice because of the page organization. I didn't think he would do something like that, but then again stranger things have happened.....

TexanFan881
04-06-2006, 07:23 PM
This is a ridiculous situation being created by the chronicle. What is happening is that as people post to this blog it apparently comes up as the title under Justice. I presume at this point this was posted by someone other than Justice. However, I think the Chonicle needs to change the process so that it doesn't appear to be from Justice and it certainly should not be like a head line on their front page. It had the look and appearance as to have come from Justice because of the page organization. I didn't think he would do something like that, but then again stranger things have happened.....

You're probably right. I just couldn't see an article posted like this by a professional writer.

Texas
04-06-2006, 07:24 PM
That was a extremely insulting really...The guy is stupid and immature. Its as simple as that.

TexanSam
04-06-2006, 07:39 PM
I think Justice is writing this sort of as a way just to keep getting hate mail. If you read his blog on a daily basis, you'll notice he gets a lot of crap thrown his way. I think he does this just to keep it coming and sort of as a way to get back at people. It's his blog so I don't mind. He doesn't have to write professionally in that, IMO. As long as he doesn't write this type of thing in one of his columns, I have no problem. And yes, he prefers Vince Young over Reggie Bush.

F-minus67
04-06-2006, 07:41 PM
Wow, that has to be the stupidest thing I have ever read. Please tell me he won that job in a raffle or dice game.

The Dude Abides
04-06-2006, 08:09 PM
My letter to Reggie Bush was supposed to be tongue in cheek. I didn't expect the anger it generated.
I didn't really expect Reggie to read it and say, ''Oh, I can't play there.'' Come to think of it, I doubt he'll ever read it or hear about it.
It was supposed to be a little bit of poking fun at my own support of drafting Vince Young. That ship has sailed. Time to move on.
Lighten up, folks.



http://blogs.chron.com/sportsjustice/archives/2006/04/david_carr_a_ne.html

Pagan
04-06-2006, 08:28 PM
Really hate to tell ya this, but it is true. Houston is a nice place to visit, but not nice to live in.

And this coming from an 18 year native, and 3 year part time resident.

Annnnnd add to that, it might have been a stupid thing to post, (leave ya'll to debate that), but compared to some of the vitrol that has spilled off the board since I paid any attention to it.....that was nothing. And that inlcudes VY lovers/haters, DC's fan club, RB's entourage, and alot of you homers.

dat_boy_yec
04-06-2006, 09:50 PM
Know what I think, you think it's all in good fun. Actually it's not. It says we have problems and we don't care. I mean this is derogatory of our city. I know every city has it's problems, but to come out and say those kinds of things as if he were proud of them is an insult. Enjoy our mad cow disease beware of your wheels lest they get stolen. Damn that's a slap in the face to those that want to see changes for the better. It belittles all the efforts that have been made to improve our cities conditions. The more I think about it the more I think this should be in the no-spin thread. Even if he apologized for someone who works at the newspaper it is a shame that he of all people would put that out there so that our city could be further ridiculed.

ojthecat
04-06-2006, 09:56 PM
:bguitar: :piano: Really hate to tell ya this, but it is true. Houston is a nice place to visit, but not nice to live in.



For a 22 year old with millions in the bank this is a great city to live in!

tulexan
04-06-2006, 10:03 PM
I still find it funny that Richard Justice, who was acting like a school girl with a crush on Reggie Bush the day before the Rose Bowl, is writing garbage like this now. I know it is his attempt at a joke, but it is still funny how much he has changed and it will be even funnier how much he is going to change once Bush is on the team and he returns to Reggie being his "new best friend".

If I was Reggie, once I became a Texan I would give Justice and McClain the finger and only give interviews to Manfull and Lopez.

Hervoyel
04-06-2006, 10:05 PM
Really hate to tell ya this, but it is true. Houston is a nice place to visit, but not nice to live in.

And this coming from an 18 year native, and 3 year part time resident.

That's certainly your right. I've lived here for all but all but one of my 40 years and I like it here in Houston. I've visited lots of other places and I don't delude myself into thinking that Houston is the only place on earth that I'd be happy. I just don't think it suffers all that badly in comparison to other places.

texansfaninla
04-06-2006, 10:20 PM
The Justice piece (I mean that in more ways than one) was his own work. He even acknowledged it (and complaints it generated) on his blog, and then told those of us (myself included) who found it to be offensive and just flat out wrong to just "lighten up." I've read a lot of great columns from other writers that are genuinely funny, and I've read a lot that have a definite agenda and are demeaning with a purpose. This one was demeaning to both the city of Houston and Reggie Bush, and was not funny in any way, shape, or form.

I'll summarize what Justice said in the piece: "Reggie, you won't like this place one bit over where you're coming from. In fact, compared to LA, this place pretty much sucks. But Vince Young - hey, this is all he knows and he likes it here just fine, so if you can take your show somewhere else, everyone else would be better off." Nice direct slap - no, punch - in the future face of the Texans franchise.

No way any truly professional writer with a shred of integrity pens something smacking of such garbage and then passes it off as misunderstood humor that people should "lighten up" over. The whole thing just lacks class. Maybe that's overstating it, but for crying out loud, a sports columnist at the flagship paper in the nation's fourth largest city should know better.

texman8
04-06-2006, 10:20 PM
Really hate to tell ya this, but it is true. Houston is a nice place to visit, but not nice to live in.

And this coming from an 18 year native, and 3 year part time resident.

Annnnnd add to that, it might have been a stupid thing to post, (leave ya'll to debate that), but compared to some of the vitrol that has spilled off the board since I paid any attention to it.....that was nothing. And that inlcudes VY lovers/haters, DC's fan club, RB's entourage, and alot of you homers.

I think you have it reversed.....Houston is not a great destination city ( i.e. San Antonio ) I'm been to San Francisco,LA, Denver,D.C. ,and NYC....about the worst fault Houston has is the heat and humidity. Traffic,crime,and dirty air are common in all big cities. At least, you can afford a nice house here.

texman8
04-06-2006, 10:25 PM
If Justice really wrote that piece; it was a poor attempt at humor,even sarcasm. He should just stick to baseball.

Mike Kerns
04-06-2006, 10:40 PM
Lets trade Justice to whatever city drafts Vince Young

dat_boy_yec
04-06-2006, 10:43 PM
Is there any way to have Manfull or Lopez cover the Texans and not let Justice touch the topic any more.

TexanFan881
04-06-2006, 10:48 PM
Lets trade Justice to whatever city drafts Vince Young

I bet he's already demanded a trade :stirpot:

RB5
04-06-2006, 11:06 PM
He seemed pretty fond of Bush in his column he wrote a few months back, around the Rose Bowl I'm pretty sure, where he was able to catch up with him at Disney World or something. The details are a bit fuzzy but I'm pretty sure he wrote it and I know he was very high on Bush as a person as well as a player. Or so he said in that column. :twocents:

I don't really understand this piece though. Just plain stupid. I normally like Justice but not this crap.

el toro
04-06-2006, 11:19 PM
Lame.

Texansbacker
04-06-2006, 11:31 PM
I have not taken too much notice to Richard Justice columns but I can tell you my first impression is not good.

Why insult your home, even in jest? That said, the premise of the joke holds no credibility since Bush has no choice which city selects him.

Of course Bush wants to be drafted first in the NFL Draft. If the Texans keep that pick it will most likely be him.

I bet he would like to......not pay a city or state income tax.......be able to play golf year round at the over 100 area golf courses.........buy an entire Estate with furnishings for the price of another states home alone.....to dine in some of the top restraunts in the country with excellent ethnic diversity.......utilize top doctors and hospitals.....have fun fishing and boating on bays and lakes.......enjoy all four major performing arts--drama, ballet, opera, and symphony.......live with a community who are all pretty good to their neighbor.

Justice = Hard to Follow Humor

Bearfan Blue and Orange
04-06-2006, 11:38 PM
Oh could you post where you saw that, I want to see if you found it in a actuall news letter from the Chronicle.. You Vince Haters have tendencies to just make up crap as you go, 90% of yall crap is fiction and has no factual base.

Here is something that is not ficticious... Matt Leinart is going to be drafted as the #1 QB in the draft to the Titans and VY will be drafted around 8-10... More than likely it is going to be Raiders drafting him.

He will do well in the black hole!!!

jgite
04-07-2006, 12:03 AM
Its a blog so he has the right to be stupid and unfunny as the rest of us. If he wants to make fun of his VY campaigning, let him. Nothing wrong with that IMO. Houston is not a good place to vist and i've been here for all of my life (23 years) I've been trying to convince my gf of this for 3 years now. (she's from Knoxville, TN)

HardKnockTexan
04-07-2006, 01:14 AM
I've been lurking in the shadows for awhile now but this post has forced my fingers to move once again.

I'm a big fan of Vince Young and have much love for every Texas college team and every Houston pro team. I've lived in the burbs of Houston for most of my life. Houston, like every big city, isnt without it's faults but I find it to be one of the better cities in this country of ours. Yes it's hot and humid but so what? The only city in the country without weather issues is probablly San Diego... I can take the heat. The misquitos are a pain in the *** sometimes but they're never something I worry about. I cant remember the last snake I've come across. As far as housing is concerned, I didnt have a problem finding a house to rent that was in my price range. I'm sure a new multimillionair wont have too many issues with finding a place to live. I've worked in the restaurant business for the last 8 years. The places I've worked for have all been very strict when dealing with health/food inspections. I've only worked for fine dining places so the lower priced places could be filthy, but I dont have first hand knowlege of it.

I love Houston and MOST of the people that occupy it. I cant believe that RJ would write some BS like that just because he has a brokeback man crush on Vince Young. I used to like reading Justices articles but he wont get even a quick once over from me ever again.

Welcome to Houston Reggie.. you're gonna love it here!

SAMURAITEXAN
04-07-2006, 02:00 AM
I've been lurking in the shadows for awhile now but this post has forced my fingers to move once again.

I'm a big fan of Vince Young and have much love for every Texas college team and every Houston pro team. I've lived in the burbs of Houston for most of my life. Houston, like every big city, isnt without it's faults but I find it to be one of the better cities in this country of ours. Yes it's hot and humid but so what? The only city in the country without weather issues is probablly San Diego... I can take the heat. The misquitos are a pain in the *** sometimes but they're never something I worry about. I cant remember the last snake I've come across. As far as housing is concerned, I didnt have a problem finding a house to rent that was in my price range. I'm sure a new multimillionair wont have too many issues with finding a place to live. I've worked in the restaurant business for the last 8 years. The places I've worked for have all been very strict when dealing with health/food inspections. I've only worked for fine dining places so the lower priced places could be filthy, but I dont have first hand knowlege of it.

I love Houston and MOST of the people that occupy it. I cant believe that RJ would write some BS like that just because he has a brokeback man crush on Vince Young. I used to like reading Justices articles but he wont get even a quick once over from me ever again.

Welcome to Houston Reggie.. you're gonna love it here!

I agree with you! Due to my parents' business and now my own business, I'd often get to travel around the world. I've lived in Houston(over 10 yrs), L.A.(over 10 yrs) and of course Tokyo which is my birthplace and some other cities.

But if I can choose to live from the above mentioned cities, I 'll take Houston.

Reggie, take my word for it Houston is a wonderful city.

Pagan
04-07-2006, 02:02 AM
Herv- I've been meaning to tell you this for a couple of month, but you're ave's rock. I differ to your age, but I've lived in 10 different states and held residence in 3 different countries. Houston isn't all that. Now that is a taste thing true, but that is also coming from a Houston native.

Texman8 - I'll take Houston over alot of places (mainly cause it's in Texas...unlike Dallas), but it still isn't a great place to live in.

I had something witty to add, but lost my train of thought.

mancunian
04-07-2006, 08:46 AM
would he have wrote that if it had been any other player?

HJam72
04-07-2006, 08:52 AM
Herv- I've been meaning to tell you this for a couple of month, but you're ave's rock. I differ to your age, but I've lived in 10 different states and held residence in 3 different countries. Houston isn't all that. Now that is a taste thing true, but that is also coming from a Houston native.

Texman8 - I'll take Houston over alot of places (mainly cause it's in Texas...unlike Dallas), but it still isn't a great place to live in.

I had something witty to add, but lost my train of thought.

lol:

sprtsfanatic
04-07-2006, 09:01 AM
Know what I think, you think it's all in good fun. Actually it's not. It says we have problems and we don't care. I mean this is derogatory of our city. I know every city has it's problems, but to come out and say those kinds of things as if he were proud of them is an insult. Enjoy our mad cow disease beware of your wheels lest they get stolen. Damn that's a slap in the face to those that want to see changes for the better. It belittles all the efforts that have been made to improve our cities conditions. The more I think about it the more I think this should be in the no-spin thread. Even if he apologized for someone who works at the newspaper it is a shame that he of all people would put that out there so that our city could be further ridiculed.

Sorry, but when was the last time a professional athlete was robbed/mugged in Houston??? Ive heard of plenty of people, but none from the texans, astros, or rockets and Im sure plenty of them have nice rides. So until it occurs I dont think it should be stated that we have a problem amongst our city limits to have famous people get robbed here.

HJam72
04-07-2006, 09:03 AM
Sorry, but when was the last time a professional athlete was robbed/mugged in Houston??? Ive heard of plenty of people, but none from the texans, astros, or rockets and Im sure plenty of them have nice rides. So until it occurs I dont think it should be stated that we have a problem amongst our city limits to have famous people get robbed here.

Yeah, it's nothing to worry about because or criminals are too stupid to rob the rich people. :ok:

touttail
04-07-2006, 09:06 AM
These statements will make Bush and his agent want more money to play in Houston, with all the stuff going on! Thank you R. Justice!:stirpot:

Bobby 119C

Grid
04-07-2006, 10:22 AM
If this was intended as a joke, he has NO sense of humor. Last time I checked, insulting someones city isnt considered "laugh out loud funny".



Dear Richard "Dick" Justice

It's good to see you living up to your name.

It is apparent that Houston is not your hometown. I think many of us would be happier if you would go peddle your bunk back in Austin.

Houstonians are easy to love, and we are a friendly sort. You are giving us a bad name, so please, shut your hole.

I don't think you need any help putting your idiocy on display, but just in case, I would like to point out that Los Angeles isnt exactly the American heartland either. At least when you are stuck in traffic in Houston, you wont have some veggimite eating, pony-tail toting yuppie flipping you off through the back window of his Toyota Prius.

The only problem that Houston has is a collection of burnt orange jackholes that pose as Texan fans and presume to speak for its fanbase.

Stick to the facts or get new jokes.

Signed,
A better fan than you.

dat_boy_yec
04-07-2006, 10:22 AM
Sorry, but when was the last time a professional athlete was robbed/mugged in Houston??? Ive heard of plenty of people, but none from the texans, astros, or rockets and Im sure plenty of them have nice rides. So until it occurs I dont think it should be stated that we have a problem amongst our city limits to have famous people get robbed here.

I know that. That's what I mean every city has its crime problems, but RJ made it sound more ridiculous. Quote "Make sure you never leave your wheels unattended." What kind of message would that send to you. It makes it sound like cars are getting stolen left and right, which their not. I don't know if you were just re-iterating what I said, if so sorry. The fact remains though RJ just pissed me off and put down the city I love. True it has it's faults but it's nowhere near as bad as what the article makes it out to be.

Bobo
04-07-2006, 11:08 AM
I found this has featured by R Justice on the Chronicle. What kind of trash is this?

An open letter to Reggie Bush
Dear Reggie,

Welcome to your new hometown. We're thrilled to have you. We hope you like us back.

With you in town for a visit and all, this might be the perfect time to tell you a little bit about our city. We know you'll like it even though it, harumph, has a couple of issues.

We hope you don't judge us on one day. We're easy to love but it takes time.

First of all, I'll bet Charley Casserly didn't tell you about the heat and humidity and tornadoes and hurricanes and mosquitos and snakes. And that's just an average day on the practice field.

Another thing we should mention, Reggie, is our little crime problem. We hope you'll be patient with that, too. Make sure you never leave your wheels unattended.

Hope you'll like our restaurants. Except for the slime in the ice machine and the Mad Cow thing, they're all terrific.

Finally, there's an issue with housing. There's hot a home for sale between here and San Antonio. So be prepared for a commute.

We hope you'll like us anyway, Reggie, because we're ready to like you.

If you decide the adjustment from Los Angeles would be too much, we understand. Vince likes its here.





From the title and the way its presented this is from Justice. Is this his idea of humor. I'm sorry, but I would say fire the guy. I would say the same if it were with respect to VY. Doesn't say much for Houston either.....

http://blogs.chron.com/sportsjustice/

What's the problem with this. There's an element of truth to all of it.

MightyTExan
04-07-2006, 11:22 AM
I guess he hasn't had "any" in a while.


P.S. see my sig

pskinny
04-07-2006, 04:42 PM
Guy's he wasn't serious. The article is a JOKE. He's forever been a longhorn and a Vince lover so he's trying to discourage Reggie by telling him the city sucks so he can get what he really wants which is Vince Young......He has accepted the fact that the Texans aren't going to draft his man lover, so he's making light of the whole thing. It was an attempt at being funny, not offensive. Though I'll agree it was a poor attempt, I think maybe some of you guys are not taking it the way it was intended. Just a dumb joke by RJ, one that flew right over most of your heads....

geofb
04-07-2006, 05:59 PM
The only problem that Houston has is a collection of burnt orange jackholes that pose as Texan fans and presume to speak for its fanbase.

.

Good one. I notice in the voting on the Texans home page for who should be the number one pick, Vince Young leads Reggie Bush by 70% to 26%. Surely some Tsipers must have voted a few hundred times each. The thought of wasting a number 1 overall pick on some running sandlot QB is scary. Crazy stuff. The Texans brass will probably get a good laugh over that little poll.

sprtsfanatic
04-07-2006, 06:14 PM
Right on grid, and dat boy I totally agree with you...this article was nonsense, tasteless, and full of typical justice B.S. even if his favorite bull is named Bevo and is burnt orange.

PATexansFan
04-07-2006, 08:18 PM
Yeah, this article is a bunch of bullcrap. :texflag: :texans: :fans: :boxing:

angeltexus
04-07-2006, 10:38 PM
Yeah, this article is a bunch of bullcrap. :texflag: :texans: :fans: :boxing:
We all know Houston is the best city in the WORLD so quit yall whinning. If this article hurts your feelings move to Cali with Bush.

Joe Texan
04-07-2006, 11:11 PM
sidearmed running QB

Does a better job than the sidearm running out of bounds QB we have now

Texans_Chick
04-07-2006, 11:19 PM
Guy's he wasn't serious. The article is a JOKE. He's forever been a longhorn and a Vince lover so he's trying to discourage Reggie by telling him the city sucks so he can get what he really wants which is Vince Young......He has accepted the fact that the Texans aren't going to draft his man lover, so he's making light of the whole thing. It was an attempt at being funny, not offensive. Though I'll agree it was a poor attempt, I think maybe some of you guys are not taking it the way it was intended. Just a dumb joke by RJ, one that flew right over most of your heads....

joke (jōk)
n.
Something said or done to evoke laughter or amusement, especially an amusing story with a punch line.
A mischievous trick; a prank.
An amusing or ludicrous incident or situation.


Survey says: BZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZT. Not even close.


"It's such a fine line between stupid, and clever." -David St. Hubbins

TexanSam
04-07-2006, 11:38 PM
The more I read Justice, it seems like he tries to be like Rick Reilly of Sports Illustrated. He tries adding that witty, sarcastic style to his writing and it doesn't work out. Rick Reilly's columns are humorous. Justice's are just...bland when they don't involve baseball. I love Justice's baseball columns, but when he talks about anything other than that, they aren't very good.

pskinny
04-08-2006, 12:44 AM
joke (jōk)
n.
Something said or done to evoke laughter or amusement, especially an amusing story with a punch line.
A mischievous trick; a prank.
An amusing or ludicrous incident or situation.


Survey says: BZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZT. Not even close.


"It's such a fine line between stupid, and clever." -David St. Hubbins


Oh, I'm well aware of the definition, but thanks for that. There is something called a stupid joke or a dumb joke, they do exist. Just because one doesn't find it funny doesn't take away the intent. Don't take it so seriously next time, he wasn't trying to put down the city, only acting like the city sucked so Reggie might pull an Eli Manning and we could draft Young instead.

You know, I don't even like Richard Justice, but I defend him on this one. I mean hell, his blog sparked a debate in this thread on the crime rate in Houston and the comparison between here and LA. Please, I can at least see the intent here. It was a poor attempt, but my god he was only TRYING to be funny, not piss everyone off.....I'm on board, lighten up!

Blu
04-08-2006, 01:14 AM
Does a better job than the sidearm running out of bounds QB we have now
your on point...




but I still think Justice needs to stick with the Srtos... .found out why this team still can't hit, let the General do his job....flip flopping just like me.