We’re rooting for Seattle tomorrow. Get over it.
One nifty little coincidence this year is that both Seattle and New England share their team monikers with squadrons in Naval Aviation.
VAW-126 Seahawks have, with permission, adopted the logo of Seattle’s wonderful franchise.
VAQ-140, oddly enough stationed just north of Seattle, have dubbed themselves The Patriots, though, being refined ladies and gentlemen, they have not adopted the logo of the eastern seaboard franchise.
One of the best paint jobs ever.
As you are aware, Dickbutt fever is sweeping Michigan and will soon envelop the rest of the country. As we close the year on another football season, both pro and semi-pro, the Dickheads, as they are affectionately known, have started local chapters as far south as Tampa/St Pete, Fl. They are rabid, they are wild, and they can’t get enough Dickbutt!!!!!!
This picture was taken at Raymond James stadium just last week by the H2’s own resident photographer and founding member of Dickhead Nation—Mr Chumpo!
I support Souther Canada Upper United States Community College! FUCK ‘EM DICKBUTTS!!!!!!!!!
Good morning, and welcome to another edition of Hunky Hump Day.
The ONT the other night had a link to 40 songs that classic rock radio has ruined. I disagreed with a few of them, but I’d be happy never hearing “Barracuda” again. (Side note about “Sweet Home Alabama” – I was in college before I understood the Neil Young reference. Southern radio stations did not and still do not play Neil Young.) Jimmy Buffett is not exactly rock, but they overplay “Cheeseburger in Paradise” and “Margaritaville” here. Occasionally you hear “Come Monday”. The man has more than two dozen albums, why can’t they play something else?
So here’s an appropriate one.
Let’s go where it’s warm.
In order to stay on topic like we usually do, I decided to poat about something a lot of us have in common today:
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!
[Note lateness of hour in comedic fashion]
[OPTIONAL: Insult SCOAMF]
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Is this the most awkward post in the history of H2? Maybe, but day ain’t over, homes.