Thursday, May 17, 2007

im from buenos aires and i say...

Commisisioner David Stern has declared war on the interest of the fans: the "mongols" of our age. Stern went onto say “the nba office is determined to force the Mongols of our age to commit suicide at its gates"

Sterns only problem is that noone else has as hard of time understanding why he wants to alienate the people who make the league possible. in his quest to drive as many people away from the sport as possible, stern finds himself persecuted and alone. much like jesus perhaps? Stern like Jesus finds his greatest supporter is up above. Sterns greatest ally. you it guessed. Allah. stern claims that “Allah is on our side. That is why we will beat the aggressor.”

Later Stern compared his war with fun in the nba to the current stupid war the U.S. is losing in iraq “Remember the valiant Iraqi peasant and how he shot down an American Apache with an old weapon." To me that helicopter is whats great about the nba. its all big and cool and expensive and flashy, and it flys sometimes. stern noticed that the audience finally was getting over the horros at aubrun hills a few years ago. and that just wasnt gonna work for mr. stern.

Stern later said that if the supporters of this helicopter (the former fans of the nba) wanted him fired "he would bring his own fucking rope" his war/hanging himself comments were strange and rambling, as if he had been living in a hole in the ground for the last 6 months. well anyway

i agree with stern. those middle class asshole fans are the true mongols of our age, and steve nash is genghis, (i call kublah) there just jackasses. viva David Stern, who cares what the public wants.

if the spurs it all they should send mr. stern a ring. actually he needs a uniform and a hat, something a litttlle newer and a little more sinister. the hats fine though its sinister enough and kinda vintage.

manu hates the fans too

IM FROM BEUNOS AIRES AND I SAY FUCK EM ALL (the fans)!!!!! -manu ginobli

(starship troopers anyone?) slash its 454 sooo im going to sleep

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

starship troopers was one of the worst book-to-movie transitions in recent memory.