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Monday, September 9, 2019

Those whacky dolphins

I don't follow them anymore, but I felt the need to say something about the state of the franchise.

First, you have the owner, who cares not about the team, the city, or anything other than being an owner. He's a friend of the trump and "speaks to him regularly"... his decision to step down from the committee on relations after it was found out he was hosting a fundraiser for trump was predictable. As was the trade of Kenny Stills - an outspoken critic of the owner.

Yeah, I think it's safe to say he gets none of my support or my money. Because F- that.

Then, you have this idea of "tanking" (which is actually a funny way to say it since dolphins are in tanks at the seaquarium, and there was one in the end zone in the early days of the team). You're expecting people to support you (either in investing time, money, or whatever) in spite of the crap you're putting out there? Suckers if they do, I guess. But how rude of you as a team.

And I'd just like to remind you that this "churn" has been going on for two decades. They've replaced coaches, GMs, players, had huge roster changes, and wound up with the first overall pick and the second overall pick in that time...and have thus far been unsuccessful at rebuilding the team.

And the nfl historically has not worked this way. I can't imagine it will be much different this time around. Insanity is repeating the same thing and expecting a different result. Yeah. Good luck.

And for people to buy into it...wow. Suckers.

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The lame list

Stupidity is something I can not tolerate. Here is my current list of dopey attitudes that chafe me. Don’t be stupid. Don’t be one of these:

  • Anti-science
  • Flat earther
  • Faux patriot
  • Blind supporter of anything, or anyone
  • conspiracy theorist
  • Doubt the Moon landing, or call it a hoax
  • Anti-vaxxer
  • Believe in a deep state
  • Pretending to understand something that is enormously complicated, and just oversimplifying it