Dec 20, 2005

Nashville Tax Burdens are going to the Super Bowl.

In proving that luck is more important than skill my fantasy football team is heading to the Super Bowl next week. My Nashville Tax Burdens will be facing the Seattle Porn Surfing Slackers in glorious battle for fantasy dominance. $110 will go to the winner while $60 dollars will go to the big fat loser, which will probably be me.

This season has been a little strange given that out of all the teams that entered the playoffs I tied the Los Angeles Jazz with the worst record as well as scoring the least amount of regular season points. Here I am though facing Paul's team who won last week after an odd concession. Still I can't complain about my success considering all the bad decisions I made early in the season.

CS truly believes that he offended God when he changed his franchise name to the Waco Branch Davidians. His record of 3-10 is ample proof that blasphemy of David Koresh will bring the almighty's wrath, at least according to CS. I stand firm in my theory that the FBI, still angry at the Texas cult, is behind this and devised a successful plot to injure, maim, and torture any and all of CS's players.

"I firmly believe that any man's finest hour, the greatest fulfillment of all that he holds dear, is the moment when he has worked his heart out in a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle-victorious." - Vince Lombardi

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