Thursday, August 5, 2010

Favre tells Sanctuary he'll return

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Brett Favre told us by not telling us, if you know what we mean. And people in these parts know exactly what we mean.

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Old friend Doc Holliday is squirming right now over Favre's latest waffle job.  As much as we enjoy this happening to a Minnesota-bred Vikings fan, we like Doc too much to keep him on the hook any longer. Besides, he has venison in the freezer and wine grapes ripening on the vine.

Loosen up, Doc. The Sanctuary absolutely guarantees Favre's return to the playing field.  Our margin for error is 0.00 percent. It's going to happen.  What we can't predict is exactly when our once-favorite football player will self-destruct.  But that will happen as well, we promise.

Packer fans know Brett better than Brett himself, and way better than Vikings followers who are still learning the ropes. Some numbers:  In a Minneapolis Star-Tribune poll 68.6 percent of more than 21,000 respondents said they don't believe Favre is done, while here in Milwaukee at jsonline.com an overwhelming 82 percent among 13,500 respondents say he'll be back for another season. 

You're fooling yourself if you don't believe it
You're kidding yourself if you don't believe it
Get up, get back on your feet
You're the one they can't beat and you know it
Come on, let's see what you've got
Just take your best shot and don't blow it

4 comments:

  1. 最敏捷的,未必贏得競賽:最強大的,未必贏得戰爭:時間與機會才是主人................................................

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  2. I say Farve will continue to play...he loves the game.I think his loyal fans from the Packer days will still Love him no matter what he chooses to do. Some people chhose not to give up on a person no matter what decisions they make!

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  3. The most common sentiment here in, Titletown, USA, is that Favre hates training camps, doesn't think he needs them and plays the retirement card to avoid them. Then he shows up and plays. Green Bay would not play that way so he left...off to be a Jets.

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  4. Attention has replaced vicodin as Favre's drug of choice. He can't live without it. He's going to play until he suffers a career-ending injury.

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