Wednesday, October 8, 2008

WWMOW

It's time for everyone's favorite fun game, WWMOW: What Will Mike Open With? Here are the contenders:

- Last night's Presidential Debate ("I mean, the idea that nobody brings up the fact that we haven't been attacked since 9/11, I just don't understand it. You saw McCain throwing some punches last night. He's a good man and that Sarah Palin is charming, but remember folks, I'm an independent.")

- Rutgers Football ("I'm not even sure that Schiano is a good college coach. What has he ever done?")

- MLB Playoffs ("Manny changes everything. He is God. He is bigger than God. And Joe Torre is bigger than that.")

- New York Giants ("I've got some sources that are telling me that the Giants are the best team in the NFL. All I'm going to say is that my source, who is VERY close to the team, called me last night and told me that he thought the Giants were the best team in the league.")

8 comments:

bigjf said...

I believe McCain did mention last night about that 9/11 point.

loki said...

Actually Obama mentioned 9/11 after one of the questions yesterday. Either way, Mike will definitely start with the debate today. Not much went on yesterday in terms of sports activities.

First Time, Long Time said...

bigjf...McCain did not mention Mike's point...he actually didn't mention 9/11 once i believe..but more importantly, what will Mike say about the debate?

First Time, Long Time said...

and Rutgers it is...

Showtime1 said...

I am no longer NBT, because i forgot the password to the account. Now im pissed as a Rutgers grad how dare fat mike sully the academics of my beloved alma mater. Fat fuck, we rank higher than St. Joes. But Carlin is fucking over the top w/ this APR crap and RU so i guess Mike is just trying to push his buttons..

Showtime1

Showtime1 said...

St. John's i mean...

S1

CraftyLefty said...

"I like guys that can move." - Kim Jones

Shockingly, the two slugs in the studio with her didn't take offense.

bigjf said...

Ok, maybe it was Obama...Wasn't paying attention the whole time. I do know that someone said that about 9/11.