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Insane Moron Draws Conclusion From NFL Preseason Game



From the Onion, because, after all the crap Bengal's fans have taken in the preseason rankings, we deserve to have a laugh about this silliness.

 

Basing his argument on an entirely meaningless preseason game between the Chicago Bears and the New York Giants, a deranged idiot came to a completely %$&&#@$ stupid conclusion Tuesday about the whole 2011 NFL season, sources confirmed.

The raving simpleton, who somehow managed to string together several words to make the moronic comments, seemed to believe he had determined—by watching 60 minutes of pointless football—how the Bears’ and Giants’ offenses, defenses, and special teams units would fare throughout the regular season and even the @#$%^&* playoffs, for Christ’s sake. According to reports, the mentally ill oaf arrived at his nonsensical revelations by feebly analyzing the statistics and final score of the insignificant contest, which was primarily used by the coaches to evaluate third- and fourth-string players.

(original article is NSFW - Carlin's seven word warning if you click through)

 

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