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FISH: Notes To Get You Through The Bye Week Print E-mail
by Mike Fisher    Fri, Nov 7, 2008, 07:49 AM
Longhorn racism, cheerleaders “squeaking,’’ “Insider’’ stuff, Galloway’s expertise on dogs, Mavs-at-Nugs, buying M-4's, and Kendra’s getting married. That should be enough to get you through the bye weekend, eh?

Friday Morning Donuts: It's An Obamanation!

Hey, Did I Ever Tell You My Kendra Wilkinson Story?

Mike Fisher --

DONUT 1: Who is this Buck Burnette? Sounds like a Dan Jenkins character to me, but no, ol’ Buck – a UT offensive lineman – is a real feller who decided that Facebook would be a good place for modern technology to mingle with old-fashioned down-home racism.

"all the hunters gather up, we have a #$%&er in the whitehouse"

Two points here, the first one that I’ve stressed to my Facebook-friendly teenage sons:

Kids, it’s not a scrapbook that we keep in the attic. Facebook (or your blog, or MySpace, or whatever) is a living, breathing, OUT-THERE thing. Girls see it – so don’t disrespect girls. Parents see it – so don’t disrespect parents. And future employers? If they’re smart, they’ll get your application and Google your ass.

So don’t cyber-embarrass yourselves.

And the second point: Ol’ Buck, you want to co-exist in a major-college football locker room while not being especially fond of blacks? Exactly what brand of stupid are you, boy? Because your UT locker room is not full of “hunters.’’

It’s full of … black men. You know. … #$%&ers.

   DONUT 2: Same deal here. Patriots cheerleader claiming she didn’t have anything to do with what they kids call “Squeaking’’ – i.e., using a Magic Marker to draw all over a drunk pal – yet the silly girl is posing with a Magic Marker in her hand while said drunk pal sleeps beneath her unknowingly displaying fresh semi-permanent tattoos of swastikas and penises.

   Sugar, you posed for a photograph holding the smoking pen.

   This is one of Life’s I.Q. Tests. You squeaked. And you flunked.


   So do I understand this right? You pay for the ESPN Insider, wondering what insider information they have on a Jerry Stackhouse trade. … and what you get is a link to the DFW newspaper account of Stack saying what he said to all reporters about feeling like he was on a short leash? Even though that same interview was online from the Star-Telegram, the DMNews, and elsewhere?

    And people PAY for that?

    Man, I’ve got to start charging around here.

  DONUT 4:This is our chance to answer that call. This is our moment. This is our time – to put our people back to work and open doors of opportunity for our kids; to restore prosperity and promote the cause of peace; to reclaim the American Dream and reaffirm that fundamental truth – that out of many, we are one; that while we breathe, we hope, and where we are met with cynicism, and doubt, and those who tell us that we can’t, we will respond with that timeless creed that sums up the spirit of a people: Yes We Can. Thank you, God bless you, and may God Bless the United States of America.’’

  DONUT 5: Mavs at Nugs, 9:30 p.m., yours truly on the ESPN 103.3 FM radio pregame show and Eddie Sefko’s look at the Chauncey Billups-led Nugs here.   

  DONUT 6: It seems that Nellie was an ally of Chris Mullin when Mullin was in power in Golden State. And now that Mullin is losing power. … Nellie finds himself a new ally

  DONUT 7: My man Randy Galloway is trying to summarize the Mavs’ mediocre start, and I guess the mediocrity of the local sports teams in general, with this start to his column:

   A kennel update from here in Loserville suggests an ugly trend. The Cowboys and Stars have gone dog, the Mavericks are showing early, yet familiar, mutt tendencies, and the idle Rangers, if anyone still cares, remain litter runts.

   Dog references? I thought Randy was a horse man?

  DONUT 8: So the Eagles’ Hank Baskett is going to marry that Kendra girl?  The Big Lead has a nice little gathering of Playboy Playmates who’ve married NFL players.

    And have I ever told you my Kendra story?

  DONUT 9: The Rangers’ Michael Young wins the Gold Glove at shortstop, and ESPN says he’s a terrible shortstop. Yeah, but. …  can’t we throw the Rangers a bone here?

    DONUT 10: Dallas’ leading scorer per 48 minutes? Gerald Green. Rick, are you SURE you can’t put up with the occasional defense lapse?

   DONUT 11: We said it the day Larry Brown took over the Bobcats: Charlotte would, sooner than later, make moves involving players who don’t like Larry or who aren’t liked by Larry. First guy to the block? Gerald Wallace, and yes, I am personally very interested.

  DONUT 12: Why will we see Denver native Chauncey Billups wearing No. 7 tonight? Because he’s honoring Colorado’s No. 1 sports hero, John Elway.  Pretty badass.

  DONUT 13: In Fort Worth, some folks are responding to the election by stocking up on weaponry.

   Allan Craig is scared for the country and for himself. So less than 48 hours after Democrat Barack Obama was elected president, Craig went out to buy an M-4 rifle. "It’s for protection," the 57-year-old funeral director from Weatherford said. "I’m fearful for our country. I think there will be violence. People want . trying to destroy America. . to go in and take over this country. … I will protect myself and my family."

   Allan goes on to say:

  "I’m in a state of mourning for our country," Craig said.

  An M-14. An almost suicidal state of mourning. And dude runs a funeral home?

   How convenient! ... Maybe he should get together with Buck Burnette?

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written by Right Wing Republican Volunteer , November 08, 2008

An M-14?

Won't do him any good.

24 hours after the election the Pick 3 winning numbers in the Illinois lottery were 6-6-6.

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