Tuesday, September 20

There's really no comment I can make that would make this any sweeter, so I guess it's time to sing . . .





Hail . . . to the Red-skins

Hail . . . vic-to-ry
Braves . . . on the war-path
Fight! . . . for old D.C.
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20 comments:

Anonymous said...

What a lovely song. I think I know the tune.

Can we play it again in RFK?

B

Josh said...

Enjoy it. It won't be happening again anytime soon.

bill from jc said...

2 and 0?? 2 and fucking 0? fucking 2 and fucking 0? And Vandy is 3 and fucking 0?? It's either a beautiful week, or a sign of the end times... either way, it is just too fucking cool

did I say "fucking 2 and 0" yet? or "Beat the Cowboys on Monday night and now fucking 2 and 0?"

Yep, as Martha would say, "It's a good thing."

Kevin said...

Worst fight song ever...ever.

Doug said...

Not while people are still singing "Rocky Top," Kev.

April said...

I think that "Rocky Top" is the lamest fight song ever. And I'm very happy for you Doug while I'm stuck being sad about the Pats.

Bill from jc said...

Srange, I always thought Rocky Top sounded great,, especially when I hear it as far south as Athens....

ACG said...

Funny that you should mention that, Bill, 'cause I've always heard that Neyland Stadium is one of the noisiest in the country, but I know for certain that you can still hear 10,000 Georgia fans singing "Glory, Glory."

Bill from jc said...

Sure, as long as you are sitting in the middle of the Ann... but why would anyone want to do that in beautiful Neyland, when from the cheap seats up top you can look out over the Tennessee river just as it forms from the Holston and French Broad before it begins it's jouney south to visit those other lessor states? Yep, Neyland in the fall, no better place on earth. As to the noise level, I have seen the Who twice and been to Bristol a dozen times or so. I can attest there are louder places than Neyland, but not without artificial amplification or internal combustion.

Though a fan for 35 years, I have yet to see the Redskins play live, but I bet it is almost as nice as Neyland.

Bill from jc said...

Sure, as long as you are sitting in the middle of the Ann... but why would anyone want to do that in beautiful Neyland, when from the cheap seats up top you can look out over the Tennessee river just as it forms from the Holston and French Broad before it begins it's jouney south to visit those other lessor states? Yep, Neyland in the fall, no better place on earth. As to the noise level, I have seen the Who twice and been to Bristol a dozen times or so. I can attest there are louder places than Neyland, but not without artificial amplification or internal combustion.

Though a fan for 35 years, I have yet to see the Redskins play live, but I bet it is almost as nice as Neyland.

Bill from jc said...

Sure, as long as you are sitting in the middle of the Ann... but why would anyone want to do that in beautiful Neyland, when from the cheap seats up top you can look out over the Tennessee river just as it forms from the Holston and French Broad before it begins it's jouney south to visit those other lessor states? Yep, Neyland in the fall, no better place on earth. As to the noise level, I have seen the Who twice and been to Bristol a dozen times or so. I can attest there are louder places than Neyland, but not without artificial amplification or internal combustion.

Though a fan for 35 years, I have yet to see the Redskins play live, but I bet it is almost as nice as Neyland.

Bill from jc said...

Sure, as long as you are sitting in the middle of the Ann... but why would anyone want to do that in beautiful Neyland, when from the cheap seats up top you can look out over the Tennessee river just as it forms from the Holston and French Broad before it begins it's jouney south to visit those other lessor states? Yep, Neyland in the fall, no better place on earth. As to the noise level, I have seen the Who twice and been to Bristol a dozen times or so. I can attest there are louder places than Neyland, but not without artificial amplification or internal combustion.

Though a fan for 35 years, I have yet to see the Redskins play live, but I bet it is almost as nice as Neyland.

Bill from jc said...

Sure, as long as you are sitting in the middle of the Ann... but why would anyone want to do that in beautiful Neyland, when from the cheap seats up top you can look out over the Tennessee river just as it forms from the Holston and French Broad before it begins it's jouney south to visit those other lessor states? Yep, Neyland in the fall, no better place on earth. As to the noise level, I have seen the Who twice and been to Bristol a dozen times or so. I can attest there are louder places than Neyland, but not without artificial amplification or internal combustion.

Though a fan for 35 years, I have yet to see the Redskins play live, but I bet it is almost as nice as Neyland.

Bill from jc said...

Sure, as long as you are sitting in the middle of the Ann... but why would anyone want to do that in beautiful Neyland, when from the cheap seats up top you can look out over the Tennessee river just as it forms from the Holston and French Broad before it begins it's jouney south to visit those other lessor states? Yep, Neyland in the fall, no better place on earth. As to the noise level, I have seen the Who twice and been to Bristol a dozen times or so. I can attest there are louder places than Neyland, but not without artificial amplification or internal combustion.

Though a fan for 35 years, I have yet to see the Redskins play live, but I bet it is almost as nice as Neyland.

Bill from jc said...

Sure, as long as you are sitting in the middle of the Ann... but why would anyone want to do that in beautiful Neyland, when from the cheap seats up top you can look out over the Tennessee river just as it forms from the Holston and French Broad before it begins it's jouney south to visit those other lessor states? Yep, Neyland in the fall, no better place on earth. As to the noise level, I have seen the Who twice and been to Bristol a dozen times or so. I can attest there are louder places than Neyland, but not without artificial amplification or internal combustion.

Though a fan for 35 years, I have yet to see the Redskins play live, but I bet it is almost as nice as Neyland.

Bill from jc said...

Sure, as long as you are sitting in the middle of the Ann... but why would anyone want to do that in beautiful Neyland, when from the cheap seats up top you can look out over the Tennessee river just as it forms from the Holston and French Broad before it begins it's jouney south to visit those other lessor states? Yep, Neyland in the fall, no better place on earth. As to the noise level, I have seen the Who twice and been to Bristol a dozen times or so. I can attest there are louder places than Neyland, but not without artificial amplification or internal combustion.

Though a fan for 35 years, I have yet to see the Redskins play live, but I bet it is almost as nice as Neyland.

Bill from jc said...

Ok, that's weird....

April said...

That is weird.

hmmmm said...

The old RFK was dynamite to go to a game in, when the stands would literally be swaying with the enthousiasm of our cheering! The new stadium is a lot more sterile and institutional in feeling, but the fans still have fun! Better visuals, so that one does not need to bring a TV to see the replays, etc! Though you can get a real aerobic workout getting into the nosebleed section! Go 'Skins!

bill from jc said...

extremely weird,,, if Doug wants to delete a few of those I will be glad to blame the neocon driven right wing media hate machine for censoring me,,, not sure what happened.... I hit enter, and after a rather lengthy wait when it finally published it was there multiple times. Anyway doug, censor away!