There's some kind of big game tomorrow night in the "Chocolate City." You'll never see me in anything purple, EVER, but rest assure I'll be pulling hard for the Bayou Bengals. It's not that I hate Alabama. To be honest, the Tide have always been kind of an afterthought. As a Georgia fan, they're not exactly one of our bigger rivals (playing them twice every 8 years or so) so they don't garner the hatred of a South Carolina, Florida, or Tech. Hell I probably harbor more ill will towards Georgia Southern than Alabama (ok probably not).
However, the past few months have confirmed a theory which I've thought to be true for quite some time now. I realize this post will make me sound like an elitist asshole but hey it's 2012 and Only in America is in the midst of a Resurrection. We must be prepared to do what is necessary. Lines will be crossed. Nothing is off limits. After all, it's not "Only in the Communist Russia" as Barstool would sometimes lead readers to believe. Anyways, back to the point. Disclaimer: this is NOT a general statement as it is directed towards the bottom 1%. Very few kids, if any, grow up in Georgia wanting to attend the University of Alabama. In most cases they want to go the the state's flagship school: The University of Georgia. As with many things in life, we don't always get our first choice so we are forced to settle for "the next best thing." No shame there as it happens to the best of us. I couldn't get Ashley Foster, Heather Tiernney, or Cass Bass so I settled for Becca Barrow but that's another horror story for another time.
Option 1 didn't work out for me but she married young enough
so there's still hope after the divorce... PMA BABAY *Single Pistol*
So you have these kids who don't get accepted to UGA and then the University of Alabama comes calling like a soup kitchen because, well, they'll let anybody into school in Tuscaloosa. This is the point where some people begin to change their tune, saying they never even wanted to go to UGA, they don't like UGA, and Alabama is soooo much better. The inferiority complex is quite sad really because they have to constantly reassure themselves they're not losers. They begin showing signs similar to that of a jilted lover, a person scorned by UGA, and for whatever reason take up a personal vendetta against the University. Remember, this is the same University they had previously cheered for and admired the first 18 years of their life. People like GARRETT SULLIVAN feel butthurt (I'm sure that's a regular occurrence) because UGA said: YOU'RE NOT GOOD ENOUGH. Thus they play the victim role which they feel gives them a free pass to bash the school for absolutely no reason whatsoever.
Now I've never been one to stand back while somebody rips on my schools or anything associated with me for that matter. That could be UGA, BC, St. Patrick's Day, south Georgia, hell even St. James (SJS is the best- go BINGO yourself Sheehan). While I have responded directly through Twitter, which resulted in the loss of a follower, I feel that Monday night's game provides the opportune time to expose this traveshamockery and end the discussion once and for all. Even if they lose Alabama may very well claim their 42nd national championship tomorrow night, at least according to Bama historians. We will undoubtedly have to hear about it for awhile from Alabama fans. Just remember it's all a jealous facade and that diploma from The University of Georgia gives you the last laugh! GO DAWGS!! WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!
Enough talk of d-bags. Let's end this post on a high note (I'm getting pretty good at this Photoshop thing)...
Hollywood's hottest couple, Ric Starr and Ms. Willingham,
pose on the red carpet
(I kid LW, I kid;)