I think the best thing people on this site can do is to not watch the Super Bowl, and the reason I say this is because after the Super Bowl the media will announce that it had the highest ratings of any Super Bowl. However if we can somehow make sure that it doesn't happen, than maybe some people in the media will realize that whites are upset with being ostracized by the media. I know it's unlikly, but I am an idealist. either way I am not going to watch the Super Bowl.
I did not know Terrel Suggs grew up with Joe Mauer. In addition to being the first athlete ranked as the #1 high school recruit by USA today for both football and baseball, Mauer was also a good basketball player.
NEW ORLEANS - The reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year is a big Twins fan and an even bigger Joe Mauer fan.
"Born and raised in St. Paul," Baltimore Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs said. "I was a St. Paul Johnson Governor for the first quarter of my freshman year. Then I moved to Phoenix."
Suggs, whose Ravens play the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday, still calls Mauer a close friend. They spent some time together as recently as last fall at the Ravens practice facility.
"Joe was a year younger than me, but he played up a year in sports when we were kids," Suggs said. "Joe was the quarterback and I was his center in Pee Wees and Midgets. I played linebacker, too, but for some reason I also played center. Ask Joe how good I was. I could really block, man."
So how was Joe as a QB? As good as everyone in the Upper Midwest says he was?
"Joe was phenomenal," Suggs said. "For that kid to be as good as he was, and be a year younger than the rest of us? Man, we thought he was cheating. We thought he had to be a year older."
Suggs and Mauer, the 2009 American League MVP, played together for three years.
"The Jimmy Lee Rec Center, right off I-35 there in St. Paul," Suggs said. "We lost one game in three years. We lost the championship game the first year and never lost again. Went up to Midgets and were the Road Runners. We were something."
Suggs never played with or against Mauer in baseball. But he did play against him in youth basketball.
"Man, Joe was something in basketball, too," Suggs said. "He averaged like 30-some points. And this was as a 10 or 12-year-old. And playing against inner-city kids. Inner-city kids have a lot of talent, and he was torching them. He torched our guards. I was a big man, and he torched me, too."
Suggs said he watches the Twins on TV "all the time."
"It's fascinating to see both of us and where we are today and where we were," Suggs said. "Just two kids growing up playing together in St. Paul. Pretty amazing."
Look forward to your SB compliation incorporating "da playas" and horde of DWFs invading the New Orleans Superdome once the biggest cess pool of Amerika's misunderstood group...........Negros right after Katrina what a scene that was in 2005. Unreal.
We will not flag, or fail. We shall go to the end!... Winston Churchill
I cannot get myself to watch this game. Beyonce is lipsyncing the half time show. Alicia Keys is going to rewrite the national anthem (What's wrong with the one we have?)
They are truly living up to the name of the NFL- Negro Football league.
You must like football to want to watch this yar's game.
We have not journeyed all this way across the centuries, across the oceans, across the mountains, across the prairies, because we are made of sugar candy.\" Winston Churchill
I know this shouldn't be posted on this forum, but the comments section is hilarious as hell and is nothing but people crapping on Colin Kaepernick's big nose and garbage tattoos. You guys would be surprised as to how many people aren't playing along with the cult marxist agenda. Just skip to the comments section and prepare to laugh your heads off.
And sadly, I will be going to my parents' SB party this year, so I'm really rooting for Flacco to have a monster game. Josh McDaniels really screwed our Patriots this year and that last loss was a tough one to accept. I haven't been following hockey or basketball (as i usually never do), so I'm hoping and praying for baseball season to come as soon as possible.
Since I didn't get any of the match-ups I preferred, I've decided to have some fun with this game and watch it as an undercover DWF at a local sports bar. I'm gonna dress the part, starting with a Ray Lewis jersey I borrowed from my DWF cousin (doesn't fit him any more). For an added touch I'll wear a pair of those gloves wide receivers like to use nowadays. I think will look really cool and authentic and add to my aura of rooting intensity. To top off my ensemble I've got a headband with "Ray Forgives" written on the front, and "Welker's Wife Backstabber" written on the back. I'm also thinking maybe some face paint. And I've been studying Thrashen's NFL posts ofr pictures of DWF's to practice the proper DWF facial contortions when things go wrong for my ebonoid heroes.
When the player introductions start my plan is to mimic every dance move my idol Ray makes while shouting "We love you Ray!" at the top of my lungs, with some hoots thrown in for intensity. Once the game begins I'll continue to mirror Rays's every move as the camera lingers lovingly on him (we know he'll got lots of screen time) while shouting whatever comes into my head. Probably stuff like "The cain't stop us!" and "Our time is here, our time is now!"
Whenever the camera might chance upon a white player I'll shout things like "Stiff hips!" "Low ceiling!" "No upside!"
Or maybe just "What's HE doing in there?"
I plan on starting quick and staying loud because I don't want to make it through the first quarter. By the time I haul out my Vuvuzela and cut loose a couple blasts I figure I'll be asked to leave. If not gang tackled.
Then it's out to my truck and over to the river for the evening steelhead bite.
Last edited by The Hock; 02-02-2013 at 05:04 PM.
Reason is a scoundrel.
You know, even if the 49ers win this, there will still have never been a black quarterback to win the Superbowl while playing the majority of the season. Doug Williams played in 5 games in 87, starting two, playing the other ones most of the game due to injury, the ones he started the entire game he went 0-2. his team carried him to the Superbowl where he had a great game, the game before that he completed 9 passes, on 26 attempts.
Still trying to figure out WHY Paul Kruger is not listed as a "starter"?? When he is on the field for the first play of the game...he is clearly the Ravens best pass rusher!
The 49ers Defense is not the same w/o stud D-Lineman Justin Smith...
Chad Hall(49ers) listed as a WR had one pass theown his way last week; unable to come up w the tough catch...hopefully he gets some more opportunities....
Bruce Miller is a 6'-2" 248 beast at Fullback..and Pro-Bowl caliber..he was a good D-End in college! The 49ers Best Fullback since Tom Rathman.
Last edited by TwentyTwo; 02-03-2013 at 05:14 PM.
Baltimore 6 - 3 in overtime in a snooze fest which should slightly benefit Castefootball.
Here's an article by Paul Kersey, posted on the CF homepage:
The Super Bowl, The Rooney Rule, and the Spread of Anti-White Quotas in Obama’s America