Saturday, January 15, 2005

Defending Moss, Again

Sigh. There seems to be no end in sight for the rampant Randy Moss bashing currently infesting the Twin Cities. It has even spread to the NARN radio show. Saint Paul, Mitch, and Captian Ed were especially harsh (only Chad the Elder, displaying Churchillian courage, defended Moss).

Randy only pretended to moon the crowd. If he had actually mooned the crowd, maybe his critics would have a legitimate complaint. Randy was only joking around, and it was funny (although it was funnier when I thought he was tweaking Najeh Davenport by pretending to take a dump in the end zone).

What really upsets the whiners is Randy’s statement that he doesn’t care about the fine because $10,000 is nothing to him. They can’t stand that Moss is rich and isn’t ashamed to say so. This point is made clear by the fact that there are no church-lady sighs when dozens of cheap beer swilling, financially challenged Packer fans actually do moon the opposing team’s bus.

I applaud Randy Moss for having the moral courage to stand up to the anti-rich puritan extremists. I implore his critics (especially the normally sensible NARN team) to seek help in overcoming their irrational anti-rich bias.

1 Comments:

Blogger greg said...

I guess I don't get it. Your season's over. It's been over for a few days now. Why are you still talking about this? Is this what winter does to you guys?

Our football season's over down here in Indy as of yesterday, but you don't hear me going on about whether Vanderjagt's going back to Canada this spring, do you?

Well, do you?

4:19 PM  

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