Wednesday, September 30, 2009

MY BENEFITS...

It is 9:20 am and 70 degrees in Palm Harbor and rosie is at work and Sadie out back.










Somebody on TV last night said that ObamaCare would reduce my Benefits.


I said "I don't want my benefits reduced"


Rosie said "You don't get any benefits."

I said, well I want some damned benefits."

Rosie said "You don't qualify. You're not a crack head unwed negro teenage mother, knocked up by her drugged uncle.

GO GATORS.

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

CALM PREVAILS ONCE AGAIN







ALL ABOVE PHOTOS TAKEN AT gATORS cAAFE ON TREASWURE ISLAND, KENTUCKY GAME...


It is 8:07 and 73 degrees in Palm Harbor, Florida, and
Rosie is at work, Sadie is out back, kitties are lounging about and Junior and Beave headed back north yesterday.



So far, Tebow is OK, and Brantly is practicing with the team...

GO GATORS!!

Monday, September 28, 2009

101!!!

PRAY FOR TIM


It is 7:27 a.m. and 75 degrees in Palm Harbor. Patrick and Stephen are here with me, Sadie out back, Rosie and cat-boys in kitchen.


more later

Florida quarterback Tim Tebow is back in Gainesville after being released from the University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center on Sunday morning. Tebow was diagnosed with a concussion and held overnight for precautionary reasons.




Sept. 27, 2009


Rank
Team (first-place votes)
Record
Points
Last week
1.
Florida (58)
4-0
1,474
1
2.
Texas (1)
4-0
1,410
2
3.
4-0
1,364
3
4.
4-0
1,226
7
5.
4-0
1,144
8
6.
3-1
1,091
12
7.
3-1
1,081
10
8.
2-1
1,055
9
9.
3-1
1,036
11
10.
3-0
928
14
11.
4-0
848
15
12.
Oklahoma State
3-1
665
16
13.
3-1
627
4
14.
3-1
616
17
15.
Houston
3-0
539
23
16.
Kansas
4-0
508
19
17.
4-0
462
NR
18.
2-1
424
5
19.
3-1
356
6
20.
4-0
304
22
21. (tie)
Miami (Fla.)
2-1
298
13
21. (tie)
3-1
298
20
23.
Missouri
4-0
295
21
24.
3-1
242
24
25.
Oregon
3-1
198
NR

Dropped out
No. 18 North Carolina (3-1, lost to Georgia Tech 24-7), No. 25 Florida State (2-2, lost to South Florida 17-7).
Others receiving votes
Georgia Tech (3-1) 186; South Florida (4-0) 117; Auburn (4-0) 103; South Carolina (3-1) 92; Wisconsin (4-0) 53; Utah (3-1) 40; UCLA (3-0) 27; Notre Dame (3-1) 23; Stanford (3-1) 20; North Carolina State (3-1) 8; North Carolina (3-1) 7; Florida State (2-2) 4; Arizona (3-1) 2; Minnesota (3-1) 2; Rutgers (3-1) 1; Texas A&M (3-0) 1.


gogators

Sunday, September 27, 2009

LORD, HEAL OUR HERO!


It is 8:14 a.m and everybody is accounted for, an in bed after a hard day of Football at Gators Cafe on Treasure Island. It is 77 degrees in Palm Harbor.
GATOR FANS SAT HUDDLED IN SMALL GROUPS PRAYING, WHILE KENTUCKY FANS CHEERED AS TIM TEBOW LAY UNCONSCIOUS ON THE TURF OF Commonwealth STADIUM YESTERDAY. GO CATS!

NUFF SAID...

Saturday, September 26, 2009

1970



erin!


It is 8:42 a.m., 79 degrees, and Rosie is out doing cases, Patrick and stephen are here with me, Junior on couch, kitties roaming, Sadie out back.



Andy:

My uneducated thoughts. The Defense returns en mass so they should be even better than last year, if motivated. The offense is not as good, with the loss of a few superstars.

The TennesseeGame: A comedy of errors: Lots of little things combined all at once to make it a ten point game and not thirty. However the Gators, still perservered, so that's a good thing. The Refs made two or three Crucial bad calls that affected the score--the officiating was decidely one-sided as evidenced by the early celebration call against the Gaotrs. I think they got together after that and decided whoa let's not do that again in a rivalry game unless it's blatant.--but didn't call the vols to even it up, which they could have on sseveral occassions. Second, key players were out with injuries, third, flu may have been slowing down a lot of guys, more than we know as we see the blooming of it this week. Fourth, Meyer played it conservative, probably not a bad idea (Kiffin did too, probably a bad idea for him). Fifth, only a few long passes were attempted, none completed, longest pass play was 18 yards and most of that yards after catch. I know Monte was giving them fits, but you have to find a way--and having all those guys downfield preventing the pass, why was the running game not better. Demps and Rainey did well, but why was Moody, with a damned good run early not used more? Is he STILL in the doghouse for something? Also uncharacteristic for Gators was turning over the ball too many times... So all these little things combined to prevent the blow-out, plus Mont's defense was so strong.

Having said that, THE GATORS NEED TO BE ON UPSET ALERT ALL SEASON LONG.

i DEFINITLEY DON'T LIKE mEYER POUNDING Tebow on the ground 24 times.

I hope they don't play like that against Wildcats. One of the younger guys needs to step up at Receiver, and open up the offense a bit, and concentrate on ball control--anyway that's my take.

We, me, Gloria, Stephen and Junior, are watching the game today at Gators Bar and Grill on St. Pete Beach...---Rick, Sr.

Let's hope Tennessee game was a wake-up for meyer and team, like Miss was last year.

GO GATORS!!

Friday, September 25, 2009

POPEYE THE SAILOR





It is 9:20 a.m. and 79 degrees in Palm Harbor, Fla. Rosie is at work, Sadie Junior, Stpehen and Kitties are here with me, Earthdog Patrick is out back.

Junior and I plan to go get tats of retro Albert on our legs today...

gogators!

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Thursday, September 24, 2009

OUR BOY




cAN WE GET AN "oh my!"


It is 8:10 a.m. and 79 degrees and clear in Palm Harbor. Rosie has gone to work, Stephen and Patrick are here, Sadie is out back, kitties are about.

A madman spoke at the UNO yesterday and praised Obama...

more later.


GO GATORS BEAT WILDCATS!!!!

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

ONE,TWO THREE FOUR YEARS AGO I BLOGGED:

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

THE MOST VALUABLE MULE IN THE WORLD


It is 55 degrees out at 6:57 a.m. and Patrick and Junior are asleep on a couch downstairs.



POLITICS: Barack Obama may be a nice enuff fellah, but he is in WAY over his head on this president deal. No experience other than community organizer and a year and a half in the Senate. Classic case of a manufactured PR candidate...

BITS AND PIECES:

Dancing with the Stars debuted last night and what a bevy of beauties. Brooke Burke was breath taking as usual. And Juliet Hough was perfect. Oh My!

I KNEW Horatio wasn't dead! Sarah meets with world leaders today and Bono. This is the day the Lord Made. Pray for the souls of the demonic individuals who are spewing such violent hate on Sarah. This is surely the work of the Devil.... Darn it, I'm back to mowing GRASS!!! Speaking of devils on earth, the leader of Iran speaks at the UNO today.



Hillary Clinton lied today. Again.


SEPTEMBER 23, 2007:




DETAIL OF A SHOT OF LOKITA I TOOK FOR HER DOGBOOK PAGE. ALL THE BIG DOGS HAVE THEM NOW. PATRICK IS APPROACHING 300 DOGGY FRIENDS ON HIS...
It is 5:46 a.m. precisely FIVE minutes until the Autumnal Equinox and some Coyotes are yipping in the distance--maybe they know that Fall is here. Patrick briefly got up to listen to them, but is now safely esconced back on his afghan at my feet. It is 57.1 degrees outside and dark. Days will start getting shorter now...



Interesting Saturday of Football. I hate these close games. Gators put up over 500 yards offence against the Rebels (As they have each game this year so far), but Defense gave up a lot of yards, still, they held tough when they had too. The soft underbelly of the Gators was exposed, to the delight of the SEC jackels whooping it up and salivating for a chance at us. Meyer still found a way to win. We should have put up one more score, but Coach wisely kept it on the ground the last few minutes of the game, running Tebow up the middle again and again. Miss played up to us, we played down to them--A combination of first Road game in hostile environment and let down after big Tenn win , I guess. Gators dodged the bullet tho. Ron Zook would have lost this one. Ol Miss has lost a number of slcoe, I mean close (got all the letters, tho-- only touch typists can do that. Grin), conference games recently. The Law of Averages alone is going to give them one. Look for a conference Upset in the near future. You heard it here first.

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SEPTEMBER 23, 2006:


GO GATORS!

It's 6:31 a.m. and I'm at Junior's digs, Patrick is asleep, I assume, in his crate at home.
Listened to Mick call the Gator game vs. Wildcats last night, with Junior.. Really lackluster perf during first half. That redzone fourth quarter was bizzarro! Can't wait to read what the pundits have to say. Was Urban holding open tryouts for quarterback or what?

Wish Tebow and Percy would play more. Maybe Urbin is holding them back for a championhsip game? heh heh.

Dukie the eskimo dog just wandered in. I think he fell out of bed, I heard a thud.
Junior got his super Car GPS--we'll have to plan a trip to try it out...(Maggie Roadmate 3000) or was that Binford 3000?

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Friday, September 23, 2005

BUSH MAKES STORMS

It's 5:53, raining out and Patrick is outside visiting his kitty pals.

President Bush is manufacturing these tropical storms in order to kill colored people, who he hates, and to raise the price of oil for his Texas buddies. Notice how Rita is vearing north towards Louisiana? That's W on the joystick. TV Critics Corner: Kelly Monoco lost her Dance-Off last night on TV and boy did she look pissed. No graceful loser, that girl. Survivor is off to a good start with a bunch of sickos--no breakout Hotty chick yet, must really have bummed the producers. Lost had a terrific episode, with Jack, John and Katy going down the tube--Ed, the Bowling ally Attorney's girlfreind had an Emmy-award winning performance with Jack in the scene in the hospital where she wiggles her toes (Like Lock?) "You're yanking my chain, right?" she asks when he tells her she'll never walk again. Classic! "Invasion" was a big let down--hopefully it will get better. The two Ghostbuster brothers who drive the old Chevy Big Block are going to run out of ideas soon--nothing new there...Hopefully Jen Love's new ghostbuster series will be better. I think Lost and Medium spurned a whole lot of Supernatural oriented shows...some not too innovative. That's what I think this morning.






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#1966





It is 8:19 a.m. and Patrick is here with me, Beave asleep, Junior in the living room, Rosie at work, Sadie Sacashit outside, and kitties lounging about.; 79 degrees and cloudy in Palm Harbor Florida. We are enjoying the three day two hour a night premier of Dancing with the Idiots. Planning on watching UF-Kentucky game at Gators Bar and Grill on Treasure Island. more later. Go Gators!

Monday, September 21, 2009

GAME DAY PHOTOS FROM GAINESVILLE...

STEPHEN, RICK JUNIOR AND PAPA POSTIE AT BHG STADIUM AT FLORIDA FIELD...


JUNIOR AND SENIOR AT THE SPOT THAT SPAWNED GATORADE, USED BY ALL COLLEGE TEAMS ON EARTH EXCEPT FSU...


JUNIOR WITH HOTTIES AT TILTED KILT WITH WINNING FOOTBALL TIX...


OUR HUMBLE TAILGATE SPOT JUST A FEW YARDS FROM THE STADIUM...
BACON WRAPPED SHRIMP ON THE BARBIE BY ROSIE...


SEE THE MOROSE VOLUNTEER FAN BEHIND US? NYA=NYA-NYA-NYA-NYA!!!
A TRUE GATOR LEGACY, JUNIOR ATTEMPTS TO BREAK HIS OWN BEER DRINKING RECORD...


TWO OLD FARTS ON THE DECK IN PALM HARBOR FLORIDA...LOL!


It is 9:17 a.m. and hot. rOSIE IS AT WORK, pATRICK ,sADIE, jUNIOR, bEAV AND THREE KITTIES HERE WITH ME.



We survived ninety degree weather in the Swamp to see the Gators beat Lane Kiffin, although not as dramatically as we had hoped. Me, Rosie and Junior and Stephen in Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at Florida Field. Good tailgate about two hundred yards from our gate, bacon wrapped shrimp on skewers on the barbie , sirloin steaks and Coronas --a very long, but satisfying day.



Last night four of us at a whore-house called Tilted Kilt, drinking pitchers and Junior won two tix to a bucks Game, so he's staying an extra week, tix worth $190.00, pretty sweet. Upload pixs of game and stuff later.

GO GATORS





Sept. 20, 2009


Rank
Team (first-place votes)
Record
Points
Last week
1.
Florida (59)
3-0
1,475
1
2.
3-0
1,412
2
3.
3-0
1,355
4
4.
3-0
1,274
5
5.
2-0
1,182
6
6.
3-0
1,149
7 (tie)
7.
3-0
1,122
7 (tie)
8.
3-0
976
10
9.
2-1
917
12
10.
2-1
905
3
11.
2-1
900
11
12.
Virginia Tech
2-1
853
14
13.
2-0
724
22
14.
2-0
701
15
15.
Cincinnati
3-0
580
21
16.
Oklahoma State
2-1
576
17
17.
2-1
457
20
18.
3-0
445
19
19.
3-0
381
23
20.
2-1
279
9
21.
Missouri
3-0
214
25
22.
3-0
205
NR
23.
Houston
2-0
160
NR
24.
2-1
158
18
25.
Florida State
2-1
154
NR

Dropped out
No. 13 Georgia Tech (2-1, lost to then-No. 22 Miami, Fla., 33-17), No. 16 Utah (2-1, lost to Oregon 31-24), No. 24 Oregon State (2-1, lost to then-No. 21 Cincinnati 28-18).
Others receiving votes
Georgia Tech 148; Pittsburgh 68; Utah 63; Auburn 62; Iowa 58; Washington 42; Notre Dame 38;
UCLA 38; Oregon 34; Texas Tech 22; Kentucky 16; South Florida 12; South Carolina 7; Oregon State 6; Colorado State 4; Wisconsin 2; Minnesota 1.


The USA TODAY Board of Coaches is made up of 59 head coaches at Division I-A institutions. All are members of the American Football Coaches Association. The board for the 2009 season: Robb Akey, Idaho; Gary Andersen, Utah State; David Bailiff, Rice; Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech; Tim Beckman, Toledo; Bobby Bowden, Florida State; Tim Brewster, Minnesota; J.D. Brookhart, Akron; Rich Brooks, Kentucky; Troy Calhoun, Air Force; Neil Callaway, UAB; Dave Christensen, Wyoming; Dave Clawson, Bowling Green; Mario Cristobal, Florida International; David Cutcliffe, Duke; Mark Dantonio, Michigan State; Butch Davis, North Carolina; Todd Dodge, North Texas; Ron English, Eastern Michigan; Larry Fedora, Southern Miss; Al Golden, Temple; Jim Grobe, Wake Forest; Jim Harbaugh, Stanford; Dan Hawkins, Colorado; Brian Kelly, Cincinnati; Steve Kragthorpe, Louisville; Mike Leach, Texas Tech; Jim Leavitt, South Florida; Bill Lynch, Indiana; Les Miles, LSU; Dan Mullen, Mississippi State; Rick Neuheisel, UCLA; Ken Niumatalolo, Navy; Tom O'Brien, N.C. State; Stan Parrish, Ball State; Gary Patterson, TCU; Bo Pelini, Nebraska; Chris Petersen, Boise State; Gary Pinkel, Missouri; Mark Richt, Georgia; Mike Riley, Oregon State; Rich Rodriguez, Michigan; Nick Saban, Alabama; Mike Sanford, UNLV; Greg Schiano, Rutgers; Mike Sherman, Texas A&M; Steve Spurrier, South Carolina; Rick Stockstill, Middle Tennessee; Bob Stoops, Oklahoma; Kevin Sumlin, Houston; Jeff Tedford, California; Bob Toledo, Tulane; Jim Tressel, Ohio State; DeWayne Walker, New Mexico State; Charlie Weatherbie, Louisiana-Monroe; Charlie Weis, Notre Dame; Tommy West, Memphis; Paul Wulff, Washington State; Ron Zook, Illinois.

The AFCA prohibits coaches from voting for schools on major NCAA probation.



Wednesday, September 16, 2009

IT'S HERE


EARTH IS NOW OFFICIALLY THE PLANET OF THE APES.



tHE DAMNED DIRTY APES HAVE THEIR HANDS ALL OVER US.

BABY COW





It is 1:35 pm and Patrickand Junior are here with me. Sadie in the bedroom, rosie at jury duty and Beaver asleep on the couch.

It is 90 degrees in Palm Harbor.



We are back from Oklahoma, getting ready for the Tennessee Game. More later.

Wednesday, September 09, 2009

09-09-09



It is 11:41 am in Palm Harbor Fla at 86 degrees. Patrick is here with me in the office, Rosie is at Work, Sadie is out back, three kitties in living room, Junior and Beav on east coast.

Leaving for Oklahoma tomorrow, gone for 5 days--to Norman and OK City.

Got all my Gator Gear washed and ready to go.;)

Go Gators!

Tuesday, September 08, 2009

WEEK ONE

USA Today Poll
RKTEAMRECORDPTS
1Florida (56)1-01472
2Texas (2)1-01407
3USC (1)1-01352
4Alabama1-01299
5Penn State1-01145
6Oklahoma State1-01114
7Ohio State1-01106
8Mississippi1-01006
9LSU1-0977
10California1-0935
11Boise State1-0803
12Brigham Young1-0755
13Georgia Tech1-0685
14Oklahoma0-1682
15Virginia Tech0-1633
16TCU0-0543
17Utah1-0503
18Nebraska1-0360
19North Carolina1-0358
20Notre Dame1-0335
21Georgia0-1304
22Miami (FL)1-0276
23Cincinnati1-0187
24Oregon State1-0169
25Kansas1-0139

BREAKFAST WITH THE GATORS

SIRLOINS IN GAINESVILLE


SADIE AND BEN


ROSIE AND PATRICK


It is 5:53 a.m. and 79 degrees in Palm Harbor, Florida. Rosie is in bed with Patrick, Sadie is here with me in the office, three kitties are roaming the grounds, Junior and Beav are on the east coast.

more later. GO GATORS

Monday, September 07, 2009

WEEK ONE

Top 25 roundup



Team
Record

Result

1.
Florida
1-0
Defeated Charleston Southern 62-3
2.
Texas
1-0
Defeated Louisiana-Monroe 59-20
3.
Oklahoma
0-1
Lost to No. 24 Brigham Young 14-13
4.
Southern California
1-0
Defeated San Jose State 56-3
5.
Alabama
1-0
Defeated No. 7 Virginia Tech 34-24
6.
Ohio State
1-0
Defeated Navy 31-27
7.
Virginia Tech
0-1
Lost to No. 5 Alabama 34-24
8.
Penn State
1-0
Defeated Akron 31-7
9.
LSU
1-0
Defeated Washington 31-23
10.
Mississippi
1-0
Defeated Memphis 45-14
11.
Oklahoma State
1-0
Defeated No. 13 Georgia 24-10
12.
California
1-0
Defeated Maryland 52-13
13.
Georgia
0-1
Lost to No. 11 Oklahoma State 24-10
14.
Oregon
0-1
Lost to No. 14 Boise State 19-8 (Thursday)
15.
Georgia Tech
1-0
Defeated Jacksonville State 37-17
16.
Boise State
1-0
Defeated No. 16 Oregon 19-8 (Thursday)
17.
TCU
0-0
Idle
18.
Utah
1-0
Defeated Utah State 35-17 (Thursday)
19.
Florida State
0-0
vs. Miami, 8 p.m. (Monday)
20.
North Carolina
1-0
Defeated The Citadel 40-6
21.
Iowa
1-0
Defeated Northern Iowa 17-16
22.
Nebraska
1-0
Defeated Florida Atlantic 49-3
23.
Notre Dame
1-0
Defeated Nevada 35-0
24.
Brigham Young
1-0
Defeated No. 3 Oklahoma 14-13
25.
Oregon State
1-0
Defeated Portland State 34-7





All times Eastern

GATORS DON'T COVER THE 73 POINT SPREAD

tRADER RICK AND ROSIE, FOURTH QUARTER, FOLKS USUALLY LEAVE WHEN THE GATORS REACH 60 POINTS...
RICK AND PATRICK AT HOOKER'S
BEAV AND PATRICK
It is 79 degrees in Palm Harbor. Rosie is in bed, Patrick! is here with me in the office, Sadie is in the back yard, three kitties are roaming, Junior and Beav are in Cocoa.



Spent yesterday resting up from tailgating at the Charleston Southern game, a long day with kickoff at 7 pm.

Junior and

Beav spent the evening at Gators Sports Bar on Treasure Island, attracting much attention from the ladies and bouncers while watching the game. Pics to follow.



Rosie, Patrick , me and the boys spent Friday night at Billy Jack's listening to music and drinking PBR's...



Date Opponent Result/Time
4/18 Orange & Blue W 31/21
9/5 Charleston S. W 62/3
9/12 Troy 12:20pm
9/19 Tennessee 3:30pm
9/26 at Kentucky TBA
10/10 at LSU 8pm
10/17 Arkansas (HC) 3:30pm
10/24 at Miss State TBA
10/31 at Georgia 3:30pm
11/7 Vandy TBA
11/14 at S Car. 3:30pm
11/21 FIU TBA
11/28 FSU 3:30pm


More later. Go Gators!!!



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