You tell anybody anything and I will carve my initials in your brain dish. I'll bash your skull into a vegematic like a bad cabbage, and I'll have a party on your head.
- Angela to Jerry in "The Good Samaritan"
I think the main reason is the Olympics, but Ditka is a damn good reason, too.
For how long has it been OK for "journalists" to write like sixteen-year-olds? "Gonna"? Seriously? "Nobody got swagger like us." Are you kidding me?"Nobody got any idea how stupid we all are so I gonna write the way an idiot speaks."
I agree with most of the reasons, but he's wrong about "Rock & Roll, part 2." It started in Denver, at Colorado Rockies (NHL) hockey games. I'm old, and I was there.from the Rockies' wikipedia entry:Perhaps the Rockies' most lasting contribution to the sports world is the use of "Rock and Roll, Pt. 2" (AKA "the Hey Song") as a sports celebration. It was first played in a sport setting at Rockies games in the late 1970s, and was later played in most North American sports venues to celebrate home team scores for the better part of 25 years.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colorado_Rockies_(NHL)
Flynn: I did not know that.
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