Lockdown. Self-Quarantine. Social Distancing. Complain. Complain. Complain. Wash your hands. Don’t touch your face. Complain. Complain. It’s the Democrat’s fault. It’s the Republican’s fault. Blame China. Don’t blame China. Complain. Complain. You can’t say “China”. No toilet paper. Being told there are no toilet paper shortages. Still no toilet paper. Complain. Complain.
The recent behavior of American Citizens regarding the Coronavirus has become vicious pointing the fingers relentlessly. The friendly debates over who the G.O.A.T. quarterback has suddenly become perceived as the equivalent of a conversation between the original celebrity Brady’s. Carol and Mike. A really HEATED argument at the Brady household. “Baby talk, baby talk, it’s a wonder you can walk.” No hatred. No swearing. No wishing someone would sneeze on another American based on political opinions.
What if the hatred over politics spilled over everywhere?
“If you believe Joe Montana is the G.O.A.T. you should just BLEEP off and die.”
“All of you Peyton Manning worshippers are just a waste of oxygen. If you believe Manning is the best, you are no friend of mine.”
“Dan Mariano? If you think that no Lombardi trophy loser belongs in this conversation, you are dead to me. You son of a %*#@*BLEEP!”
“Johnny Unitas is by far the best to ever play the position. He might be the greatest athlete of all time. What? What did you say you dirty *$@# BLEEP? How would I know about Unitas because I’m a millennial? What the heck does that have to do with anything? You probably are a Brett Favre fan. Aaron Rogers? Come here! You are either with me or against me. You deserve to spend the rest of your short BLEEP *#$#@ life in excruciating pain. Cheesehead”
“John Elway? Ben Roethlisberger? Steve Young? What do you know? Hope you choke on a chicken wing you slack jaw.”
“Sammy Baugh was the best of the best and you all are just foolish for not knowing that. You call yourself a football fan? He played from 1937 through 1952. He wore a leather helmet. Tom Brady could never wear a leather helmet, that pretty boy. You are all a bunch of dumb BLEEP Mother BLEEP!”
“Drew Brees ALL the way you BLEEP pig. Terry Bradshaw was horrible in that Failure To Launch Movie. Not that I ever saw that chick flick.”
That guy with Pizza sauce on his face from Queens flexes and vociferated in his best Macho Man Randy Savage voice, “Broadway Joe Baby! We all know that Joe Namath was the best there was and the best there ever will be. Ohhh yeahhh.”
Then we have that know it all self-proclaimed expert. She is in her mid 50’s. She wears Zubaz to almost a dozen stores hoarding the toilet paper. She resides in a beautiful subdivision in Cheektowaga, New York. “I’ve been a season ticket holder since before I could walk. Jim Kelly? He was mean to me at Bingo in 1987. Are you BLEEP kidding me? I’ll wipe that smile right off your face. Number Seven Baby. Doug Flutie is the G.O.A.T. Did you see that Hail Mary? Flutie! Flutie! Flutie!”
I wonder how many different Zubaz she has. Intriguing…
Things we know about the Buffalo Bills this week:
- The Bills have inked former fourth-round Panthers Offensive Lineman, Daryl Williams. He can play multiple positions and was a second-team All-Pro earlier in his career.
- The Bills have agreed to bring back E.J. Gaines. He had 11 amazing games in his first stint, missing five games during Sean McDermott’s first season as head coach. They brought him back last year, but Gaines was injured in training camp. An injury settlement resulted.
- The Buffalo Bills website, as well as Sports Talk Radio WGR 550, have disclosed some updates on the generosity of both current and former players during the coronavirus crisis. An almsgiving is an act of virtue, always. This difficult time just happens to fall during Lent. Eric Wood has contributed 5,000 boxes of meals to charity in Louisville, Kentucky. Thurman Thomas and his wife have bestowed 1,000 meals to the Stock the Freezer charity locally. Former Buffalo Bill, Jon Corto, and his business donated boxed lunches to ECMC’s Environmental Science employees. Mitch Morse contributed $100,000 to Feedmore of WNY. Tyler Kroft has generously parted ways with $50,000 to four different organizations including The Pegula Community Aid fund. Jon Feliciano has given $25,000 to two causes in Florida. Josh Allen had heard of the Pegula‘s donations reported last week and immediately committed $25,000.