No Way It's A Sign.... Right?

January 21st, 2012
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Yesterday morning on the way into work I was feeling pretty darn good.

It was a Feel Good Friday, the vog had passed, the clouds were gone and the air was cool and crisp. I actually woke up on time even aftah having only three hours of sleep and traffic was moving bettah than normal. I jumped in the zip lane - as I do every morning - and eventually the smooth sailing came to a stop as I rolled into a red light ahead and wat did I stop right behind?







Wassup Wit Dat!

Of all the gin joints, in all the towns, in all the world, I roll up to dis. I've nevah evah seen a New York Giants stickah or emblem on any vehicle my whole life. I've seen fellow 49ers, Packers, Raiders and even da Bucs... but nevah the Giants.

Ooooooh dat just made my my FGF turn a hurricanish 180!

Since we were in da zip lane, I couldn't pass him since there's only one lane so I tailed dat truck to da end and constantly flashed my highlights to annoy da heck out of him. Once da zip lane ended and I got a chance to get next to him near town, I jumped off da bike and head butted da rear window and yelled "NINERS ARE GOING TO KICK YOUR $#@%!&* OKOLE!"

Ok, ok. So dat nevah happen but wen I did pull up next to HER near town there were only TWO people in da truck.

So wat's worse? Dat she was a Giants fan or dat they were jerks for using da zip lane illegally?

Well, it is da playoffs...............








15 Responses to “No Way It's A Sign.... Right?”

  1. wafan:

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    Jerks and they were not caught.

    Is there a hotline to report abusers?


  2. wafan:

    Went to Target yesterday and was not so shocked to see a truck parked in a couple of stalls. What irked me, though, was it was parked diagonally in two handicapped stalls. The fool next to him did the same thing. Worse . . . the truck did not have a handicapped sticker/placard/plate.

    Called the police, but not because I was ticked at being snowed in for so many days. Hope they are not too busy to send the driver a ticket!


  3. M:

    :lol:


  4. Seawalker:

    You were following an omen. LOL

    BL, if the Giants don't make nectar of the gods out of the 49ers, then the AFC will. IMHO. But I know this island has choke S.F. fans, so will stay neutral. In fact, will be cheering for the 49ers and eating my BBQ enjoying the big game like the rest of the sporting world. Go Niners!


  5. anklebiters:

    There's no GOLD in California this year....we can both drown our sorrows in a pint or two or three or four of Guinness....I'm buying...bring kim chee ;-)


  6. sally:

    : (


  7. Seawalker:

    Look at the bright side, if any. Tomorrow is Chinese New Year. If @ankles got the beer, you got the k.c., then, in honor of CNY, I'll pupu them lup cheong, salted duck eggs, and harm had pork.

    That's the least I could do to put a smile on your face, like how you do to make our day sometimes. Harbaugh will make the Niners into beasts next year!


  8. GA Bows:

    They blew it, first on the botched punt return and then in OT.
    Giants didn't win the game, it was handed to them. . . oh well, we can look forward to next season!


  9. M:

    Howzit BL!
    Gung Hee Fat Choy!


  10. Cojef:

    Love your logic. Braddah didn't know you were a biker. Mahalo


  11. 9thIslandGirl:

    Oh boy, I know SOMEBODY who must have been in a bad mood yesterday!


  12. Toekinam:

    Even tho the NINERS lost, they will come back next season. Still NINER NATION to da end..
    Kung Hee Fat Choy!! Happy Aloha Monday World*~~*~~


  13. King Katonk:

    It was tough watching the Niners give the game away to the Giants. The fumble by Kyle Williams brought memories of Preston Riley in the 1972 NFC game against Dallas. Although losing is never fun, I am reminded that football is just a game; not life. On the bright side, this team exceeded all expectations and had a great season. As for Williams, I truly feel for the kid. Surely, we have all made our share of mistakes through the years and most of us have been the fortunate recipient of forgiveness.

    As June Jones would say, “One snap and clear.”


  14. M:

    Guud morning BL!


  15. Braddah Lance:

    wafan:
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    And to you Da Quote of Da Day.........
    People who work together will win, whether it be against complex football defenses, or the problems of modern society.
    Vince Lombardi

    Jerks and they were not caught.

    They hardly evah are.

    Is there a hotline to report abusers?

    I don't believe so but even if there was, it's not highly publicized nor would anything be able to be done about it since the actual infraction would have to be witnessed by an officer.

    What irked me, though, was it was parked diagonally in two handicapped stalls. The fool next to him did the same thing. Worse . . . the truck did not have a handicapped sticker/placard/plate.

    Baboozes!
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    Seawalker:
    You were following an omen. LOL

    Now you tell me. :roll:

    BL, if the Giants don't make nectar of the gods out of the 49ers, then the AFC will. IMHO. But I know this island has choke S.F. fans, so will stay neutral.

    Smart man. :wink:
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    anklebiters:
    There's no GOLD in California this year....we can both drown our sorrows in a pint or two or three or four of Guinness....I'm buying...bring kim chee

    Sounds like a plan... although I already had a head start. Bettah start from seven and eight. :mrgreen:
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    sally:
    : (

    Yeah, words can't say enough.
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    Seawalker:
    Look at the bright side, if any. Tomorrow is Chinese New Year. If @ankles got the beer, you got the k.c., then, in honor of CNY, I'll pupu them lup cheong, salted duck eggs, and harm had pork.

    I don't eat any of dat but you're still welcome to join da pah-tay. :grin:

    That's the least I could do to put a smile on your face, like how you do to make our day sometimes.

    Mahalos! :grin:

    Harbaugh will make the Niners into beasts next year!

    We have a "young" team and repeating anything in the NFL is tough.... but I certainly hope dat the Niners get back to glory we had back in the 80's-early 90's.
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    GA Bows:
    They blew it, first on the botched punt return and then in OT.
    Giants didn't win the game, it was handed to them.

    I feel da same way. Da whole game was a see-saw and the "smart" commentators had said it would come to da end of da game turnovers.

    . . oh well, we can look forward to next season!

    It definitely can't come soon enough. We're really hoping to plan a vacation to get back to SF and if the Gods will have it, catch a game at "da Stick".
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    M:
    Gung Hee Fat Choy!

    Right back at 'cha!
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    Cojef:
    Love your logic. Braddah didn't know you were a biker.

    My twisted logic? :lol: And yeah, been riding for nearly 20 years now.... legally.
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    9thIslandGirl:
    Oh boy, I know SOMEBODY who must have been in a bad mood yesterday!

    Nothing a case of beer didn't cure.
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    Toekinam:
    Even tho the NINERS lost, they will come back next season. Still NINER NATION to da end..

    Rogah dat! We bleed red..... with gold flakes. :grin:
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    King Katonk:
    It was tough watching the Niners give the game away to the Giants. The fumble by Kyle Williams brought memories of Preston Riley in the 1972 NFC game against Dallas.

    I was so pissed we lost like dat but he is young and I'm surah he's vowing nevah to let dat happen again. Plus with all da death threats, I tink he has his hands full.

    Although losing is never fun, I am reminded that football is just a game; not life.

    It's only a game if you're still playing. :grin:

    On the bright side, this team exceeded all expectations and had a great season.

    True dat.

    As for Williams, I truly feel for the kid. Surely, we have all made our share of mistakes through the years and most of us have been the fortunate recipient of forgiveness.

    I don't tink anybody will let him live it down. It's just like da "Bill Buckner" play... it won't be forgotten. Forgiven, but not forgotten.
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    M:
    Guud morning BL!

    So far it is. :razz: