Full-Court Hypocrisy

Speaking of hypocrisy, check out this quote from Vince:

"If you don't believe that you can make the playoffs, then you don't deserve to be in this league," Carter said. "We have to leave everything on the court every night and let the chips fall where they may."

Matthew Lie - Paehlke
Official, but Occasional Editor
[It's my second post! Don't tell Von Mustard.]


Blogger Bottle Rocket Fire Alarm said...

"Do as I say, not as I do." That was my father's favorite repeatable wisdom when I was a child.

He said this before church. I had to go, while he got to stay home and nurse a hangover with coffee and silence.

I've been one of the fanatics you referred to in the previous post. I learned to tone it down and listen to both sides when I made friends with some dittoheads. (Rush Limaugh fans) I'm still a lefty, but I don't shout anymore.

It's not worth it and it certainly isn't communication. Sometimes I'm forced to stay quiet and decline a conversation to avoid the yelling, but I'm pretty good about that now. When I'm sober.

I've always thought that protesting is silly, by the way.

I thought you and Latigo should go bowling from the first time I discovered your site about two weeks ago. Anachronisms of a feather and all that.

4:19 p.m.  
Blogger Matthew Lie - Paehlke said...

Ah bowling, that's a little proletarian for me, but I do like to indulge once in a while. Where does Latigo live? Perhaps I can take my Zepellin out for a spin some time in April. Where do you live as well? I'll pick you up.

Yeah Matthew was a bit of a leftist fanatic as well. I believe he is sometimes tempted to revert as well though, he argues that the right-wing has given up on reason and when they are willing to lie and contradict themselves as much as they are, there's not much point in rational argument anymore either. He is young and embiggened by a noble heart though.

11:45 p.m.  

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