Let us be the first to say that Brandi Favre should be congratulated. The name Brandi condemns the name’s owner to a life on the pole. Actually Brandy does too. Too bad someone didn’t tell her that not shaking her ass for yahoos who make it rain with quarters doesn’t mean she has to work in a meth lab.

Favre, Brett’s sister, was arrested along with four others after being found in a condo with a working meth lab.

Brandi Favre, 34, Urban Favre Road, Pass Christian, was charged with manufacturing of methamphetamine and generation of hazardous waste, both felonies, said Sgt. Abe Long.

It was surprising when two Georgetown University students were caught running a meth lab in their dorm room. This arrest? Not so much. Hopefully Brett didn’t text her pictures of his dick instead of a message of support. “Aw damn, Brandi. My bad. Just thought, you know, you might be alright with that.”

No one ever accused Brett Favre of being intelligent. As a matter of fact, that thought has probably never crossed anyone’s mind. I don’t know where Andre Agassi rates among athletes when it comes to smarts but he’s no Vince Young. If he’s gonna have naked on his phone, he’s not gonna give that away for free. Start at :38.

If Brett had any kind of sense, he would have taken pictures of Deana and offered those to the highest bidder. Then again he’d probably sell them for a pair of Wranglers and some Skoal. Mark Chmura wouldn’t be interested as she’s way above prom age. Bam!

H/T to Bruce Arthur

The US needs to send another carrier group to the Taiwan Strait. Forget hegemony. It’s all about making sure Taiwan keeps pumping out animation like this. Chiang Kai-skek’s people outdid themselves on this one.

And since I brought it up…

LeBron Invokes The Name Of Favre

Last night the Heat beat the Bucks in Milwaukee by 10, 88-78.  Before the game, LeBron James was asked if he can relate to Brett Favre because he too is hated by the team, city and/or state where he once played. LeBron’s answer was…typical LeBron.

“Brett (had) great years here in Green Bay, and any time a great competitor like that leaves, no one wants to see that, but they’ve done a great job of regrouping with Aaron Rodgers and I believe that Cleveland will do the same,” James said.

Thats our Bron Bron!  He was asked if he could relate and he said “any time a great competitor like that leaves, no one wants to see that”.  Sure no town wants to see their best player leave town, but c’mon the two situations and how they both went down were a little different.

Brett Favre, for all the crap he gets for what he’s done lately, did actually win a championship in Green Bay, a city as far from his hometown as can be. Also, Favre left town after being there for the vast majority of his career, winning said championship, waffling on retirement then essentially getting pushed out the door because the GM wanted to play his young backup quarterback who was going to split town if he didn’t get the chance to start over the old man that he was (and is) CLEARLY better than at this point in both their careers.

LeBron, on the other hand, left his hometown (or real close to it at least) in the prime of his career, without winning a single championship, to go play with his friends.  Meanwhile, his former team was left with a shell of a non-competitive roster in place and is facing the lottery for the conceivable future since their entire team is made up of players meant to compliment a player whom is no longer there…LeBron.

Sure, Cleveland will get over it just as fast as Green Bay!  Its totally the same situation! You are basically the black Brett Favre!

Well, come to think of it, while the situations for their departures from their former teams were different, the players themselves are kinda similar.  Both of them have to be in the top ten list of most selfish players in their respective sports, both of them whine a ton on their playing fields, and both of them are probably some of the most narcissistic and non-self aware people on the planet.

He might just be Black Brett Favre.  When do the Wrangler commercials start airing?

Laziness: the New Corporate Marketing Tool

Ned Flanders doesn’t believe in homeowner’s insurance because he sees it as a form of gambling: an activity strictly verboten in the Bible.  For the rest of us, insurance is another way to mercilessly gouge you protect your investments on such things as a home, car, and Troy Polamalu’s hair.  Basically, all of the bad decisions you make in your life (sorry, new home buyers circa 2006!).  Well, now the stupid companies that tie their investments to the athletes that will surely fail them have a way out, too!  Read the rest of this entry