It was another banner week for the KSK Kommentariat, with an excellent showing in the enormous battle over pho and the news that Jay Culter does not vaccinate his kids over fears of autism. Having those two posts back-to-back on Thursday with the jokes (and frankly, rage) piling on for hours was just a delight. And as a reminder, since this blog and the Kommentariat have been accused of being in the pocket of BIG PHARMA, please park your Porsches back behind Warming Glow so our riches won’t be so obvious to the casual observer.
I am your host Sarah Sprague and these are your comments for the week ending March 18, 2014. Comments where dreams are born, as noted in last week’s KOTW post by standout Joey Joe Joe Junior Shabadoo who said, “I don’t care if I’m the 2002 Bucs of the Kommentariat; I’m totally thrilled to win that tiny internet diploma. Maybe this will lead to me announcing MNF in a few years.” Maybe it will, Joey Joe Joe. Maybe it will. You’re only one more Joe away from being a Bermanism.
City of Industry Football Corporation
He was never gonna survive unless he got a little crazy.
You mean the guy who traded a 1st rd draft pick for Trent Richardson is a drunk, pill addict?
He probably should avoid taking home any leftover commemorative blankets after the next Redskins game.
“Everybody was kung pho fiiiiightin’….”
Old School Zero
How is this article not titled “This week in Pho Q”?
In honor of Tiny Darren, Philly fans are going to throw AAA batteries this season.
Inanimate Carbon Rod Marinelli
I haven’t seen people react this strongly to Patriots taking an island since Iwo Jima.
Make It Snow
Unused cap space doesn’t win football games. That’s why Denver got a quarterback with an enormous head.