Free Trial Ad
Why Subscribe?
  • Player/Prospect News
  • Exclusive Insider Info
  • Members-Only Forums
  • Exclusive Videos
  • Subscribe Now!
InboxChat RoomChat Room (0 fans in chatroom)
Reply to TopicPost New Topic
  Page of 2  Next >

Maybe I've been too hard on Sonny???

Avatar

Posted: 06/21/2014 4:43 PM

Maybe I've been too hard on Sonny??? Post Rating (2 votes)


Maybe cleaning house and starting over are just awkward tasks?

Sonny might not be a bonehead after all. Instead, he may be a sly fox?

If it turns out to be so, then, it would make me...me...me look like the

real bonehead?!...oh the shame...


Anyway, it looks like to me that Sonny has come to the same realization as myself.

Cal's new SAHPC facilities are not attracting all those four and five

star recruits as was originally hyped that such facilities would do. So, he

may be doing the next best thing to satisfy both us fans and Berkeley's

egghead community.


Maybe in his own way he is doing what Hairball did when he took over the

stanfurd football program? Sonny seems to be instilling Cal's academic image

into the football program kind of like Hairball's instilling the hard hat workers

image to distance his footballers from the prevalent wine-drinking, dopy tree

mascot worshiping, not so serious student body image. It worked; stanfurd

players responded by toughing up. Sonny is trying to do the reverse, that is,

making his players appear to be more apart of, and thus just as representative

of, the stereotypic Cal book packing student body.

 

We all know that a significant number of Tedford leftovers have left the team.

Some left due to a possible clash of personalities with new coaching directives.

Some seem to have left due to academic unsuitability as the recent poor

Tedford-era APRs may reflect? Nonetheless, Sonny has apparently made up

his mind to foster or accept such exodus for the betterment of his Program.


He is still losing players for the above reasons. Two highly recruited players

(Sam Atoe and Chandler Leniu) in Cal's last recruit class look like they're leaving

before playing a down for Cal because of entrance qualification problems. Also,

Sonny is dismissing a highly promising LB'er, Maxio Espita (a possible starter),

for reasons better left unsaid.

 

So what is Sonny doing? It's obvious. First, he is concentrating on good three

star recruits. Five such commits so far. Secondly, he is going after good gpa'd 
students. He just recently added "outstanding student" DB A J Greathouse to

the 2014 class, and as Gorcey informed us, added 4.1 (gpa not his 40 time)

OL Ryan Gibson to the 2015 class.

I say well done coach! Why? It might be just a little easier to build a football
team that truly believes in the team concept if all the players are generally

of the same ilk even if not all playing the same position (like TE at 'furdville).

Who knows, his unification plan might just work at Cal - academics first, then

wins will follow suit for a true Cal football team.


Go Bears!

 

Blueblood of lod

Last edited 06/24/2014 4:38 PM by Bluebloodthescorned

Reply | Quote
  • BluesandGold2
  • Starting Quarterback
  • Rating: 3.4/5 this site
  • 2813 posts this site

Posted: 06/22/2014 3:55 AM

Re: Maybe I've been too hard on Sonny??? 


Or maybe it's just the smart, good, three star athletes who are interested in Cal.  There are benefits of smart players as they may pick-up schemes and assignments quicker, tend to be more responsible to the team and other obligations, and are less likely to run afoul of the law and regulations.  And honestly, who can say who will or will not become star players -- 18 year olds are still developing physically and occasionally players get overlooked (ahem, Aaron Rogers).  But by and large, it is the fast and large that win football games, and while there are some "good-guy" coaches who can make it big there are many more like Tom Holmoe who get fired because they don't win.  Sadly, there is little penalty for those who push the boundaries, dance on the line of what is and is not ethical, and win as a result of it (ahem, Pete Carrol).

Given the choice of Pete Carrol and Sonny Dykes, assuming Sonny doesn't have skeletons in the closet, I would rather suffer with a clean program.  However, it's not a binary choice.  If Sonny doesn't produce soon, real Cal fans will not wait for the real Cal team to produce real success.  Three star athletes are potential gold mines (gotta love what Oregon state does with its collection of "overlooks"), but we've seen (during the Tedford era) what stars can do for a season.  Cal had the four (and a few five) star athletes to compete with everyone, but just not the depth to sustain it when injuries struck.  Solid at most positions. 

I'm not saying that Sonny doesn't know what he's doing, but with a team of three star athletes he could be setting Cal back for many years if he doesn't succeed.  The next coach could have a very tough time of it without the benefit of inheriting some stars.
Reply | Quote
  • fjbards
  • Walk-on
  • Rating: 3.0/5 this site
  • 22 posts this site

Posted: 06/24/2014 7:31 AM

Re: Maybe I've been too hard on Sonny??? Post Rating (2 votes)


I think Blue is correct.  I also think SD has no choice.  He had to clean out the malcontents and academically lazy.  Given the state of the program he inherited all he can recruit are good three stars.  The higher rated players will only come in numbers after we start winning.  I like SD and I hope people give him the time to get it done.
Reply | Quote
Avatar

Posted: 06/25/2014 6:11 AM

Re: Maybe I've been too hard on Sonny??? Post Rating (1 vote)



Bluebloodthescorned wrote:

Maybe cleaning house and starting over are just awkward tasks?

Sonny might not be a bonehead after all. Instead, he may be a sly fox?

If it turns out to be so, then, it would make me...me...me look like the

real bonehead?!...oh the shame...


Anyway, it looks like to me that Sonny has come to the same realization as myself.

Cal's new SAHPC facilities are not attracting all those four and five

star recruits as was originally hyped that such facilities would do. So, he

may be doing the next best thing to satisfy both us fans and Berkeley's

egghead community.


Maybe in his own way he is doing what Hairball did when he took over the

stanfurd football program? Sonny seems to be instilling Cal's academic image

into the football program kind of like Hairball's instilling the hard hat workers

image to distance his footballers from the prevalent wine-drinking, dopy tree

mascot worshiping, not so serious student body image. It worked; stanfurd

players responded by toughing up. Sonny is trying to do the reverse, that is,

making his players appear to be more apart of, and thus just as representative

of, the stereotypic Cal book packing student body.

 

We all know that a significant number of Tedford leftovers have left the team.

Some left due to a possible clash of personalities with new coaching directives.

Some seem to have left due to academic unsuitability as the recent poor

Tedford-era APRs may reflect? Nonetheless, Sonny has apparently made up

his mind to foster or accept such exodus for the betterment of his Program.


He is still losing players for the above reasons. Two highly recruited players

(Sam Atoe and Chandler Leniu) in Cal's last recruit class look like they're leaving

before playing a down for Cal because of entrance qualification problems. Also,

Sonny is dismissing a highly promising LB'er, Maxio Espita (a possible starter),

for reasons better left unsaid.

 

So what is Sonny doing? It's obvious. First, he is concentrating on good three

star recruits. Five such commits so far. Secondly, he is going after good gpa'd 
students. He just recently added "outstanding student" DB A J Greathouse to

the 2014 class, and as Gorcey informed us, added 4.1 (gpa not his 40 time)

OL Ryan Gibson to the 2015 class.

I say well done coach! Why? It might be just a little easier to build a football
team that truly believes in the team concept if all the players are generally

of the same ilk even if not all playing the same position (like TE at 'furdville).

Who knows, his unification plan might just work at Cal - academics first, then

wins will follow suit for a true Cal football team.


Go Bears!

 

So SD goes from "the mother of all bonehead head coaches" (5/26/14) after one season to a "sly fox" (6/21/14) after...one season.  You crack me up.

 

Reply | Quote
Avatar

Posted: 06/25/2014 12:56 PM

Re: Maybe I've been too hard on Sonny??? Post Rating (2 votes)



jrsmithe wrote: So SD goes from "the mother of all bonehead head coaches" (5/26/14) after one season to a "sly fox" (6/21/14) after...one season.  You crack me up.

"Dude, your dislike of me and my opinions/speculations is fogging your de minimus
mind. You've got to learn the difference between the above two fruits!
 

There is nothing non sequitur about my comments regarding Sonny. It is possible for
Sonny to go from being one to the other, is it not? Or, are you still sour grapes about
Tedford possibly losing out on the title to which Sonny may yet earn?

As for your misconstruing my posts, I have to confess that I indirectly answered your
question about how Sonny was doing (with respect to his first season because we

were talking W-L's remember about Tedford?); that is, I implied that based upon what I've

seen of Sonny so far he might "TURN OUT" to be the mother of all bonehead coaches.


Later, for your enjoyment and based upon more recent post-season events, I speculated

that he MAY not be a bonehead after all but MAY be a sly fox, instead. I then  proceeded

to point out why. And, probably to your further enjoyment, I confessed that if he TURNS

OUT to be so, that I MAY be the bonehead. I, as well as you and other Cal fans really

don't know yet, so in essence I covered both sunshine pumper and negabear views.

Are we square now?

Blueblood of lod

Last edited 06/25/2014 1:50 PM by Bluebloodthescorned

Reply | Quote
  • BluesandGold2
  • Starting Quarterback
  • Rating: 3.4/5 this site
  • 2813 posts this site

Posted: 06/25/2014 1:53 PM

Re: Maybe I've been too hard on Sonny??? 



Bluebloodthescorned wrote:
jrsmithe wrote: So SD goes from "the mother of all bonehead head coaches" (5/26/14) after one season to a "sly fox" (6/21/14) after...one season.  You crack me up.

"Dude, your dislike of me and my opinions/speculations is fogging your de minimus
mind. You've got to learn the difference between the above two fruits!
 

There is nothing non sequitur about my comments regarding Sonny. It is possible for
Sonny to go from being one to the other, is it not? Or, are you still sour grapes about
Tedford possibly losing out on the title to which Sonny may yet earn?

As for your misconstruing my posts, I have to confess that I indirectly answered your
question about how Sonny was doing (with respect to his first season because we

were W-L's...remember...about Tedford?); that is, I implied that based upon what I've

seen of Sonny so far he might "TURN OUT" to be the mother of all bonehead coaches.


Additionally, for your enjoyment and based upon recent post-season events, I

speculated that he MAY not be a bonehead after all but MAY be a sly fox, instead. I

then  proceeded to point out why. And, probably to your further enjoyment, I confessed

that if he TURNS OUT to be so, that I MAY be the bonehead.

Are we square now?

If we're all square now, doesn't that make us blockheads? 

As an ode to All in the Family, "Mister we could a man like Bruce Snyder again...."  (I know... he became persona non-grata after jumping ship, but that was the last time Cal had a bad-ass attitude... in the tunnel was the "Bad Bear" logo that really belied the mean streak he brought to the program).... "those were the days."
Reply | Quote
Avatar

Posted: 06/25/2014 3:35 PM

Re: Maybe I've been too hard on Sonny??? Post Rating (2 votes)



BluesandGold2 wrote:
If we're all square now, doesn't that make us blockheads? 

As an ode to All in the Family, "Mister we could a man like Bruce Snyder again...."  (I know... he became persona non-grata after jumping ship, but that was the last time Cal had a bad-ass attitude... in the tunnel was the "Bad Bear" logo that really belied the mean streak he brought to the program).... "those were the days."

"At least, I'm not a bonehead!"



Speak for yourself. I've only conceded to maybe being a bonehead. However, in your

case, BluesandGold2 I'll have to admit you do have a strong resemblance to the

above. However, this is not to preclude the possibility of jrsmithe from going to being
one to the other; only time and his posts will expose the real shape of his and Coach

Dykes' heads.
tongue 

Blueblood of lod

Last edited 06/25/2014 3:43 PM by Bluebloodthescorned

Reply | Quote
Avatar

Posted: 06/26/2014 9:10 PM

Re: Maybe I've been too hard on Sonny??? Post Rating (3 votes)



BluesandGold2 wrote:
Bluebloodthescorned wrote:
jrsmithe wrote: So SD goes from "the mother of all bonehead head coaches" (5/26/14) after one season to a "sly fox" (6/21/14) after...one season.  You crack me up.

"Dude, your dislike of me and my opinions/speculations is fogging your de minimus
mind. You've got to learn the difference between the above two fruits!
 

There is nothing non sequitur about my comments regarding Sonny. It is possible for
Sonny to go from being one to the other, is it not? Or, are you still sour grapes about
Tedford possibly losing out on the title to which Sonny may yet earn?

As for your misconstruing my posts, I have to confess that I indirectly answered your
question about how Sonny was doing (with respect to his first season because we

were W-L's...remember...about Tedford?); that is, I implied that based upon what I've

seen of Sonny so far he might "TURN OUT" to be the mother of all bonehead coaches.


Additionally, for your enjoyment and based upon recent post-season events, I

speculated that he MAY not be a bonehead after all but MAY be a sly fox, instead. I

then  proceeded to point out why. And, probably to your further enjoyment, I confessed

that if he TURNS OUT to be so, that I MAY be the bonehead.

Are we square now?

If we're all square now, doesn't that make us blockheads? 

As an ode to All in the Family, "Mister we could a man like Bruce Snyder again...."  (I know... he became persona non-grata after jumping ship, but that was the last time Cal had a bad-ass attitude... in the tunnel was the "Bad Bear" logo that really belied the mean streak he brought to the program).... "those were the days."
He didn't jump ship..  Bockrath pushed him out the door.

"Amy, tell me how my as* tastes."

DeShaq Jackson

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jYTgcJ0I8oM

Reply | Quote
Avatar

Posted: 06/26/2014 10:47 PM

Re: Maybe I've been too hard on Sonny??? Post Rating (2 votes)



fjbards wrote: I think Blue is correct.  I also think SD has no choice.  He had to clean out the malcontents and academically lazy.  Given the state of the program he inherited all he can recruit are good three stars.  The higher rated players will only come in numbers after we start winning.  I like SD and I hope people give him the time to get it done.
His time is up... none of the top recruits from down south want anything to do with him and that will starve the program.

"Amy, tell me how my as* tastes."

DeShaq Jackson

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jYTgcJ0I8oM

Reply | Quote
  • BluesandGold2
  • Starting Quarterback
  • Rating: 3.4/5 this site
  • 2813 posts this site

Posted: 06/27/2014 5:31 AM

Re: Maybe I've been too hard on Sonny??? Post Rating (1 vote)



Bluebloodthescorned wrote:
BluesandGold2 wrote:
If we're all square now, doesn't that make us blockheads? 

As an ode to All in the Family, "Mister we could a man like Bruce Snyder again...."  (I know... he became persona non-grata after jumping ship, but that was the last time Cal had a bad-ass attitude... in the tunnel was the "Bad Bear" logo that really belied the mean streak he brought to the program).... "those were the days."

"At least, I'm not a bonehead!"



Speak for yourself. I've only conceded to maybe being a bonehead. However, in your

case, BluesandGold2 I'll have to admit you do have a strong resemblance to the

above. However, this is not to preclude the possibility of jrsmithe from going to being
one to the other; only time and his posts will expose the real shape of his and Coach

Dykes' heads.
tongue 

For the record, I do not look like the toaster above....
Reply | Quote
  • BluesandGold2
  • Starting Quarterback
  • Rating: 3.4/5 this site
  • 2813 posts this site

Posted: 06/27/2014 5:38 AM

Re: Maybe I've been too hard on Sonny??? 



GoBears58 wrote:
BluesandGold2 wrote:
Bluebloodthescorned wrote:
jrsmithe wrote: So SD goes from "the mother of all bonehead head coaches" (5/26/14) after one season to a "sly fox" (6/21/14) after...one season.  You crack me up.

"Dude, your dislike of me and my opinions/speculations is fogging your de minimus
mind. You've got to learn the difference between the above two fruits!
 

There is nothing non sequitur about my comments regarding Sonny. It is possible for
Sonny to go from being one to the other, is it not? Or, are you still sour grapes about
Tedford possibly losing out on the title to which Sonny may yet earn?

As for your misconstruing my posts, I have to confess that I indirectly answered your
question about how Sonny was doing (with respect to his first season because we

were W-L's...remember...about Tedford?); that is, I implied that based upon what I've

seen of Sonny so far he might "TURN OUT" to be the mother of all bonehead coaches.


Additionally, for your enjoyment and based upon recent post-season events, I

speculated that he MAY not be a bonehead after all but MAY be a sly fox, instead. I

then  proceeded to point out why. And, probably to your further enjoyment, I confessed

that if he TURNS OUT to be so, that I MAY be the bonehead.

Are we square now?

If we're all square now, doesn't that make us blockheads? 

As an ode to All in the Family, "Mister we could a man like Bruce Snyder again...."  (I know... he became persona non-grata after jumping ship, but that was the last time Cal had a bad-ass attitude... in the tunnel was the "Bad Bear" logo that really belied the mean streak he brought to the program).... "those were the days."
He didn't jump ship..  Bockrath pushed him out the door.
Jump ship or pushed out, he was still persona non-grata.  Yeah, Bockrath had a role in it, but Snyder had already pretty much come to terms with asu by the time Bockrath met to negotiate a new contract.  Yes, Bockrath should have moved prior to the season to do it, but Snyder having pretty much negotiated everything with asu before meeting with Bockrath left a bad taste in many Cal fans' mouths.  I mentioned it not to revisit the event but simply to make reference to "All in the Family", Herbert Hoover, and Cal and how we tend to wax poetically about the past or wish hopefully for the future.
Reply | Quote
Avatar

Posted: 06/27/2014 5:55 AM

Re: Maybe I've been too hard on Sonny??? Post Rating (2 votes)



I don't dislike you.  You're adding a modicum of humor in an often flat room.

In regard to your post...that's a lot of words attempting to back out of a comment made one month ago but okay...if it works for you. We all have reasons for modifying or changing our opinions.

 

Reply | Quote
Avatar

Posted: 06/27/2014 11:01 AM

Re: Maybe I've been too hard on Sonny??? Post Rating (2 votes)



jrsmithe wrote:
I don't dislike you.  You're adding a modicum of humor in an often flat room.

In regard to your post...that's a lot of words attempting to back out of a comment made one month ago but okay...if it works for you. We all have reasons for modifying or changing our opinions.

I'm not backing out. I still think Sonny is going to

turn out to be the mother of all bonehead coaches.

I merely posited that if he doesn't, then I may turn

out to be the bonehead. However, I don't think that

I have to worry too much in that Sonny's first year

loser season, hesitant four star recruit commitment,

pundit reviews projecting doom and gloom for Cal,

etc., etc. tend to support my stance....





"AaahhhHHHHHH, you don't dislike me. You want to be my friend!"

Blueblood of lod

Last edited 06/28/2014 12:19 AM by Bluebloodthescorned

Reply | Quote
  • BluesandGold2
  • Starting Quarterback
  • Rating: 3.4/5 this site
  • 2813 posts this site

Posted: 06/28/2014 6:36 AM

Re: Maybe I've been too hard on Sonny??? Post Rating (2 votes)



Bluebloodthescorned wrote:
jrsmithe wrote:
I don't dislike you.  You're adding a modicum of humor in an often flat room.

In regard to your post...that's a lot of words attempting to back out of a comment made one month ago but okay...if it works for you. We all have reasons for modifying or changing our opinions.

I'm not backing out. I still think Sonny is going to

turn out to be the mother of all bonehead coaches.

I merely posited that if he doesn't, then I may turn

out to be the bonehead. However, I don't think that

I have to worry too much in that Sonny's first year

loser season, hesitant four star recruit commitment,

pundit reviews projecting doom and gloom for Cal,

etc., etc. tend to support my stance....





"AaahhhHHHHHH, you don't dislike me. You want to be my friend!"

Hmmm... BB is portraying himself as the scientist in this pic (he's no blockhead), so I'm guessing that's jrsmith who is strapped in... I think we can use him on the defensive line next year.  Does he have any eligibility left?
Reply | Quote
Avatar

Posted: 06/28/2014 9:09 AM

Re: Maybe I've been too hard on Sonny??? Post Rating (2 votes)



BluesandGold2 wrote:
Bluebloodthescorned wrote:
jrsmithe wrote:
I don't dislike you.  You're adding a modicum of humor in an often flat room.

In regard to your post...that's a lot of words attempting to back out of a comment made one month ago but okay...if it works for you. We all have reasons for modifying or changing our opinions.

I'm not backing out. I still think Sonny is going to

turn out to be the mother of all bonehead coaches.

I merely posited that if he doesn't, then I may turn

out to be the bonehead. However, I don't think that

I have to worry too much in that Sonny's first year

loser season, hesitant four star recruit commitment,

pundit reviews projecting doom and gloom for Cal,

etc., etc. tend to support my stance....





"AaahhhHHHHHH, you don't dislike me. You want to be my friend!"

Hmmm... BB is portraying himself as the scientist in this pic (he's no blockhead), so I'm guessing that's jrsmith who is strapped in... I think we can use him on the defensive line next year.  Does he have any eligibility left?
Nice. LOL.

 

Reply | Quote
Avatar

Posted: 07/13/2014 3:24 PM

Stanford has tech roots Post Rating (2 votes)


Get a few cal football players at facebook or twitter and they'll all start coming here.... 

I mean $hit, every other retard on the planet has moved to San Francisco, and if these douchebags can get jobs at places I've worked, then ANY meathead will do. 

If the Cal Athletic program had one ounce of competence, it could easily recruit and fill up the stadium.  Also, has anyone else noticed how bad the advertising effort is at "kabam" stadium? 

Also, why couldn't they have made that twitter stadium or facebook stadium?  Or, even Zynga... I mean, Kabam???? 

Jayzus my tax dollars and donations have gone straight down the ****-ing tubes. 

---------------------->
I went down to the beach and saw ki-ki, and she was all like "errrhh".  And, I'm like "Whatever!"
Reply | Quote
Avatar

Posted: 07/13/2014 5:45 PM

Re: Maybe I've been too hard on Sonny??? Post Rating (1 vote)



BluesandGold2 wrote:
GoBears58 wrote:
BluesandGold2 wrote:
Bluebloodthescorned wrote:
jrsmithe wrote: So SD goes from "the mother of all bonehead head coaches" (5/26/14) after one season to a "sly fox" (6/21/14) after...one season.  You crack me up.

"Dude, your dislike of me and my opinions/speculations is fogging your de minimus
mind. You've got to learn the difference between the above two fruits!
 

There is nothing non sequitur about my comments regarding Sonny. It is possible for
Sonny to go from being one to the other, is it not? Or, are you still sour grapes about
Tedford possibly losing out on the title to which Sonny may yet earn?

As for your misconstruing my posts, I have to confess that I indirectly answered your
question about how Sonny was doing (with respect to his first season because we

were W-L's...remember...about Tedford?); that is, I implied that based upon what I've

seen of Sonny so far he might "TURN OUT" to be the mother of all bonehead coaches.


Additionally, for your enjoyment and based upon recent post-season events, I

speculated that he MAY not be a bonehead after all but MAY be a sly fox, instead. I

then  proceeded to point out why. And, probably to your further enjoyment, I confessed

that if he TURNS OUT to be so, that I MAY be the bonehead.

Are we square now?

If we're all square now, doesn't that make us blockheads? 

As an ode to All in the Family, "Mister we could a man like Bruce Snyder again...."  (I know... he became persona non-grata after jumping ship, but that was the last time Cal had a bad-ass attitude... in the tunnel was the "Bad Bear" logo that really belied the mean streak he brought to the program).... "those were the days."
He didn't jump ship..  Bockrath pushed him out the door.
Jump ship or pushed out, he was still persona non-grata.  Yeah, Bockrath had a role in it, but Snyder had already pretty much come to terms with asu by the time Bockrath met to negotiate a new contract.  Yes, Bockrath should have moved prior to the season to do it, but Snyder having pretty much negotiated everything with asu before meeting with Bockrath left a bad taste in many Cal fans' mouths.  I mentioned it not to revisit the event but simply to make reference to "All in the Family", Herbert Hoover, and Cal and how we tend to wax poetically about the past or wish hopefully for the future.
He was pushed out you friggin' moron. I have friends who were on that team that back up the story as well.   Bockrath f'd up period.

"Amy, tell me how my as* tastes."

DeShaq Jackson

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jYTgcJ0I8oM

Reply | Quote
  • BluesandGold2
  • Starting Quarterback
  • Rating: 3.4/5 this site
  • 2813 posts this site

Posted: 07/14/2014 5:13 AM

Re: Maybe I've been too hard on Sonny??? 


rolleyes


Sigh.  Mental acumen has nothing to do with being right on this issue.  You had friends on the team who were sympathetic to their coach?  Then I'm sure what you heard was right because there are never two sides to the story.  However, I will try again, referencing my original post that made reference to Bruce Snyder.  I made a concession that not everyone would have sung along with the All in the Family theme song, that some persons would not have wanted Bruce Snyder again.  I never had a problem with him leaving Cal... it was my concession to those who had a different perspective on the events.
Reply | Quote

Posted: 07/14/2014 9:14 AM

Re: Stanford has tech roots Post Rating (1 vote)



D33L15H wrote:

Get a few cal football players at facebook or twitter and they'll all start coming here.... 

I mean $hit, every other retard on the planet has moved to San Francisco, and if these douchebags can get jobs at places I've worked, then ANY meathead will do. 

If the Cal Athletic program had one ounce of competence, it could easily recruit and fill up the stadium.  Also, has anyone else noticed how bad the advertising effort is at "kabam" stadium? 

Also, why couldn't they have made that twitter stadium or facebook stadium?  Or, even Zynga... I mean, Kabam???? 

Jayzus my tax dollars and donations have gone straight down the ****-ing tubes. 

Kabam Field, not stadium.
Reply | Quote
Avatar

Posted: 07/15/2014 1:19 AM

Actually, 


It's Kabam Field at Memorial stadium!  tongue

Oh wait, I don't care.  

I would like to add that I want my tax money back, and my post-grad tuition that was probably somehow spent on that piece of **** stadium.   Who knows?  #yolo #calChampionships #siliconValley 

****. 


---------------------->
I went down to the beach and saw ki-ki, and she was all like "errrhh".  And, I'm like "Whatever!"

Last edited 07/15/2014 1:21 AM by D33L15H

Reply | Quote
Reply to TopicPost New Topic
  Page of 2  Next >