December 11, 2007

Sports story.......OK.

posted by Snakeman at 05:38 PM on December 11, 2007

Onion, Snake, onion.

posted by THX-1138 at 06:17 PM on December 11, 2007

If that wasn't one of the funniest things I've ever read!! Although I could see the government funding a study like this.

posted by lil'red at 10:37 PM on December 11, 2007

Now that's some quality sports journalism (or maybe I'm just relieved, having read the headline, that I didn't have to roll up my sleeves and get stuck into another argument about global warming - someone should do a study to see what impact the amount of hot air talked about global warming has had on global warming - but it wasn't that, so I'll shut up now). Thanks for the link, lawn_wrangler.

posted by JJ at 03:53 AM on December 12, 2007

The league has to do something about all that water vapor from the steaming heads getting into the atmosphere. All that excess water vapor in the air will cause more precipitation near football stadiums. This will then have an effect on the turf, causing poor playing conditions. This is readily apparent in northern areas like Pittsburgh (this season) and New England (last season), when the fields there were nearly unplayable due to rain and snow. Obviously, global warming is caused by the NFL trying to get rid of steaming black-guy heads. Doesn't Al Gore know this?

posted by Howard_T at 04:56 AM on December 12, 2007

C'mon, Howard, half of them are in domes, so it's not exactly an atmospheric phenomenon now is it?

posted by lil_brown_bat at 07:42 AM on December 12, 2007

"another argument about global warming" got to love the good ol' U.S.A.

posted by DudeDykstra at 12:06 PM on December 12, 2007

What about the phenomenon of "giant triangles of ass-sweat?" What about that? Storm's a-comin', my friends, storms a-comin'.

posted by worldcup2002 at 12:52 PM on December 12, 2007

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