Monday, October 31, 2005

Speak Out Spew Off... 

OK, how do I say this?  How can a broken-down team look so good while losing a game?  I know I'm the eternal optimist, but I also know that the phantom pass interference call at the end of the game DID NOT cancel the phantom hands-to-the-face call on third down that lead to their second TD!  5 interceptions, yes.  Two miss-communication, two I don't even remember, and one fluke.  But we were still in it!

CRUCIAL drops, penalties and other missed plays, yes, but I root for a team that was still playing hard and giving it their ALL to the bitter end!  Who the hell is number 90 anyway... Cole?  He's HUGE and playing hard and I like his attitude.  It's a game of inches but I think somebody has a badass GB voodoo doll somewhere.  Crazy as it sounds, with enough "step up and fill the void" magic, we can still run through this bunch of crappy teams and take the Division damnit!

Screw their record, I am, PACK4LIFE!


Oh me oh my, did some of the effort in that game cause some serious indigestion!  Ow!  Where to start.  Brett's 5 interceptions could be the place to start, but when your WR's don't turn around to look for a pass, when your RB doesn't bust a move to play defense on an under thrown ball, your QB ends up with 5 Int's.  I'm not surprised that Brett kept gunning the ball into just about anywhere there was a crack or seam.  Still, we had chances to win this game.  The Defense was playing OK, but you can't make mistakes.  Especially during key plays, stupid penalties, un-imaginative play calling. 

You don't come off a time-out or change in the quarter, any long stoppage of play by calling a run up the middle.  You're supposed to take that time to organize a play that takes advantage of the defense, knock them off-balance, misdirection, and I'm not talking trick plays.  Just call a solid pass play that gets a 1st down.

Arrrrrrrrrrrggghhhh!!! This Coach can't coach.  Who's bright idea was it to spend all week concentrating and developing a 3 TE offensive scheme.  Then typically, David Martin pulls his hamstring Thursday at practice and come Friday, time to concentrate on something different.  How about a 5 WR offense?  Oh yeah, we don't believe in a 5 WR offense.  We don't believe in even having 5 WR's on the roster.  Again, this Coach can't coach.

Marv launches a new website, Brad checks in and points out what is really missing from the team this year (besides healthy playmakers), and Lady K, we would do just about anything for you, ;-)

It's a hard week to Still Be Pack 4 Life!



I've been a long time reader and would like to thank you for the years of entertainment. Having said that, I must say that all of this talk about Sherman not coaching is missing the most obvious shortcomming that he has shown this season (or last season , for that matter). I'm speaking , of course, of not replacing Ahmad "I'll put my hands in your face for a first down" Carroll. He has turned the momentum for the team so many times that for me, he will never make it up even if he plays 20 more years. The kid is an athlete, what we need is football players.

Keep the Happy Thoughts.

Bgame in WI

take me home to the place I belong to Lambeau Field to see the Packers play

I heard someone say they're tired of hearing how Packer's only lost by 1pt or a field goal or whatever. But there's something I want to put into perspective.

Sure I want GB to win and have a better record, but atleast they're a team that fights and plays their hearts out. Why do you think they made some movie about some poor shmuck who can barely make a practice squad and yet make a name for himself: "RUDY".

Why do you think it was so powerful for some shmuck boxer to stand before a champion beaten and bruised and still managed to get to his feet and say "C'mon, it ain't over yet, C'mon and fight."

Why do you think it was a great moment in film history when Jack Nicolson playing a loser gathered every ounce of strength and energy to lift a heavy object to throw at a window to escape an insane asylum; failed, yet turned and held his head high and said, "Well atleast I tried."

Everybody must admire and respect someone who picks themselves up no matter how many times they fail and still keep coming, who still plays their heart out, who still fights and gives it everything they've got.

In my mind, right now, that's what it is to be a Green Bay Packer. Atleast I'm a fan who can be proud that you stand up and fight to the very last second.

If your ever going to be a champion, you must atleast have that.

Rather than giving up and losing by 20 or 30 pts, you pick yourself up and give it everything you've got despite the odds: THAT is what you are teaching our kids.

It may not be this year, it may not be next year, but one day, Green Bay Packers will have the talent, the defense, the desire, the spirit, and the "HEART" to someday win it all again. That's why people say their a packer fan for life.

Brad, a Packer fan in MN.


Can you do me a favor? Put together a picture of Lomdardi. Make sure he has his headphones on. In his right hand, a playbook. In his left, a platter with Sherman's head on it and a towel draped over his arm like a waiter, serving him up. Standing next to him would be Brett, looking as if he's listening to Lombardi give him the next playcall.

That would really be theraputic for me right now.....

What's it gonna take to turn this trainwreck around?! So much for the 'hope' of going 11-5 this year! 1-6! I can't believe it!

The 'heart attack Pack' is back, ladies and gentlemen!

Who's the idiot who thought it was a good idea to extend Sherman's contract?!? The only thing they should've extended for Sherman was his PERMANENT VACATION last January!

Ted needs to start looking for new personnel.

The only thing I'll give an 'atta-boy' to today is the defense. Even though we were picked off 5 times, (count 'em, 5) they kept the Ben-Gay's from scoring. Didn't even let them get a field goal! Otherwise this could've been a horrible blow-out.

Bring on the Steelers. (sigh)

Go Pack Go

Lady K

Packer Club of Hemet

Hey Beer Kid,

Long time reader here. I just recently started a site dedicated to the Pack over at, I was wondering if I could get a shout out...

You are most likely recovering from today’s game, I just posted my thoughts today. UGH, To say the least.

Anyway, keep up the good work, I love the site and Rockwood.


Marv -
The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand.

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Speak Out Spew Off... 

I have nothing to say, a coach who runs the ball on 3rd and 2, during a game when we've haven't run anywhere, especially up the middle, especially with Ahman out, hell, he averaged 3 yards a carry with a long run of just 13 yards, take that away and its barely 2 yards a carry.  Just call a playfake and if Driver isn't in the open on his way to the endzone, then dump it off to Fisher or one of our Tight-End's for the 1st down, damn, just roll Brett out and give him the chance to run for the 1st down. 

Anything besides the play that was called.  We had a chance to go for a win on the road at the end of the game, Brett's throwing the ball pretty well, and Coach Sherman takes the most important play of the season so far, and hands it to our 3rd string running back to counter/draw/delay into the heart of the Vikqueen defense.  Playing safe for the FG and overtime when a TD was needed to slam the Vikes into the NFC North Cellar.  You know, where we are now at 1-5.  What optimism can anyone give that by the end of the season, we still won't be sitting there.  Why as a fan would I want a Coach who isn't trying to win football games, extending his contract was a mistake.

None the less, We're Still Pack 4 Life!


3rd n 2 and you let your 3rd running back have the ball not your star QB, as Vince would say "what the hell is going on out there" this a joke, Sherman YOUR FIRED or do the good thing & quit. Who to bring in? I dont know but that's why Ted Thompson gets that money.


Just getting home from watching the game over at the Packer Club, and words can't expres how frustrated I am.....I totally agree with your assessment on Sherman--as you already know from my rantings in past emails. I've been asking for his head on a platter for a while now!

However, I will you did miss a pretty good spread at the bratfest least you would have had a good meal, and the company of lots of Packer fans as a consolation.

What do you think they are gonna do now, that we are 1-5? Better yet, what do you think is going to happen come next year? You think Sherman will be there? More importantly, do you think Brett will hang around? I mean, he's still got it. The competitive edge, the drive, etc. We just need to keep a team around him that will produce, (how many more injuries can we take?) and a coach that has cajones to make the right calls. (sigh)

Well, we can always look to next week, even though the rest of the year won't be any easier.

Go Pack Go!

Lady K - Packer Club of Hemet, So. Cal.

P.S. Did you notice Daunte praying rather intently on the sidelines after the game? Any idea what he was praying about? hmmm.....

so I'm not jumping off the bandwagon or anything, but i have a packers background on my computer and with a file on the desktop, I got this appearance and it made me do a double take this morning.

you should post this pic just so everyone can keep things in perspective.


can't believe we keep fucking this up


Mike Sherman has done nothing with this team in 3 years. Same players, some worse. Same results, some worse. Thank god for BRETT.


Hey Beerkid, The queens got lucky today. 56 yards, seriously.

Check out - They have a pic of the new vikings helmet design:




That song was awesome. Keep it up. Lets have some more.
The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather a lack of will.

Sunday, October 23, 2005

Mike Sherman... 

Is there a worse play calling coach in the NFL?  Seriously, is there?  Telling me that Mike Sherman is better than Tom Rossley is like telling me nothing.  Touchdowns win games.  Playing for a tie on the road at the end of a game that the Packers controlled completely on the way to 17-0 lead in the 1st half.  That's should be a firing offense.  Yo!  Ted Thompson, are you paying attention?  3rd down and 2 yards to go at the Vikqueen 20 yard line and we run the ball up the middle.  How many Defensive players were in the Box on that play?  Eight?  Twelve? 

It's pretty damn sure that Brett Favre didn't audible out of a called Pass play to run the ball on the most critical play of the Packers season.  Go for the Win!  Instead, we have a Coach who shows no interest in winning a football game against a hated rival.  Sure, he looked pissed when the game was over, how 'bout some of that emotion when your defense gives up 10 points on 2 consectitive drives to start the 2nd half.  Mike Sherman must have forgot to write down that old proverb in his notebook this week... "Coach to Win".  Not in his playbook I guess... God, do you still strike people down with Lightning Bolts?  I have a request...

It's a hard day to still be Pack 4 Life!

Thursday, October 20, 2005

Vice Boat Update... 

It's here!  Finally, the game we've been waiting for since last year's dismal playoff showing in Green Bay.  Here's our chance to smack the lesser talented Vikqueen squad on their own turf.  It's time to change our fortunes around for this season.  Come Sunday we'll know what the Packers want to do with the rest of their season.

Lucky for us there's still time for a Vice Boat Update before the game.  Several of you contacted us to let us know that the new Vikqueen stadium proposal is back on the table, and it's a fine looking outdoor stadium at that.  Greg checks in with both Illegal Procedure's Grand Theft Auto - Tice City, it's a special version out in Minnesota now, look for it in stores near you before it's sold out, and with a special Vikqueen version of Gilligan's Island to share with you.  Scott our Formerly Drunk On Water Street Correspondent comes up with the list of 17 players that were allegedly onboard the Love Boat's that were cruising on Lake Minnetonka last week.  It's going to be crazy in the Dome this Sunday.  Crazy!  Crazy like the Pack!

We're Pack 4 Life!

Beerkid, In light of the recent events in Minnesota, Viking’s owner, Zygi Wilf has modified his pitch for a new stadium for the Minnesota Vikings.  See attached picture for conceptual art…

Greg of Mankato, MN

Vikings New Stadium Design...

Kitty Lambeau

Good morning Beer Kid, Check out Da-Queens new stadium proposal.  I bet the vendors will be selling condoms, Cracker Jack and “Whizzen-a-tors” in the stands.  GO PACK GO!

Green and Gold for Life!

Packer Paul - Minneapolis, MN.

Yo, Beerkid.  Here is what you have been waiting for... "The List".  Do you get the feeling, given the recent rapid decline of our culture, that there is a movie of the week in the making with this storyline?

Dear Lord, you KNOW you are getting older when we begin bemoaning the decline of civilization instead of being prime contributors to the cause.

Enjoy... more as it becomes available!  Lance Johnstone DE, Ken Irvin S, Willie Offord S, Daunte Culpepper QB, Bryant Mckinnie OT, Fred Smoot CB, Kevin Williams DT, Jermaine Wiggins TE, Moe Williams RB, Nate Burelson WR, Koren Robinson WR, Troy Williamson WR, Travis Taylor WR, Ralph Brown CB, Darren Sharper S, and Mewelde Moore RB.

Scott - Formerly Drunk on Water Street
State Motto: "Wisconsin, our serial murderers eat their kill!"

Beerkid, Have you heard about this new video game?  I’m sure some members of the Vikings will be lining up outside Best Buy at 3am to get their hands on it.  Word has it that some stores in Minneapolis are finding it difficult to fill all their pre-order sales.


New hit song floating around on the airwaves of Minnesota.  Enjoy!  Love Boat Vikings Mp3

Greg (Mankato, Mn)

Great Moments In Packer History... 

1961 - After beating the Minnesota Vikings 33-7 and 28-10, Packers go on to win their 7th NFL Championship Title.
1962 - After beating the Minnesota Vikings 34-7 and 48-21, Packers go on to win their 8th NFL Championship Title.
1965 - After beating the Minnesota Vikings 38-13 and 24-14, Packers go on to win their 9th NFL Championship Title.
1988 - After humilating the Minnesota Vikings 34-14 and 18-6, Packers go on to finish 4-12, but hey, we beat the Vikings twice that year.

Flogging A Dead Horse...

Click on the above image to see the whole Flog Me Again archives.

Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Ole Gets Religion... 

Ole was driving around Green Bay's Lambeau Stadium in a sweat because it was 5 minutes to kickoff time and couldn't find a parking place.

Looking up toward heaven, he said "Lord, take pity on me.  If you find me a parking place, by golly, I vill go to church every Sunday for the rest of my life, and I vill treat my lovely vife Lena like a lady, and by yingles I promise to give up beer even during the Packer games."

Miraculously, a parking spot appeared.  Ole looked up to heaven again and said, "Never mind Lord.  I yust found one."

Speak Out Spew Off... 

Finally, it's Packer-Viking week and with both teams sitting at 1-4, what can one expect this Sunday?  The Packers seem to be on an upswing after their horrendous 0-4 start, they've played 5 quarters of excellent football.  The Vikings showed that they are just as bad on the grass of Soldier Field as they are on Lake Minnetonka.  Ha!  Viking Coach Mike Tice provided this week's bullentin board material with his "Thank God we have the Packers this week" comment.  That might help focus his team from their off the field troubles, but it isn't going to help them win the game.  Packers are going to win for the 2nd year in a row at the Dome.  Count on it. 

Our Formerly Drunk On Water St. Correspondent is back and if any of these "alleged" rumors about Daunte Culpepper and several other starters pan out, will Team Owner Zygi Wilf really have the guts to purge his team of these guys.  There's more rumors about these "type" of events happening on previous year's bye weeks too.  So we're going to sit right back and wait for more Vikqueen shit to keep hitting the fan.  Aaaaaaah, nothing like helping spread Bad PR for the team you hate the most. 

We think that Darren Sharper was probably enjoying his new team right up to the point where he got off one of the Boats...

We're Still Pack 4 Life!

If anyone wants to make a valid statistical comparison between the Packers and the Vikings, look no further that the "points for" and "points against" numbers. The Vikings point differential is horrific compared to the Packers, even if you remove the New Orleans game.

You have to feel bad for Culpepper. He can't get a break, although he may endure a few, if his o-line has anything to say about it. Yesterday's announcers noted late in the fourth quarter of the Chicago drubbing that in one of every five times he dropped back to pass he was either intercepted or sacked. Good thing they spent their off-season accumulating defensive players.

You think Sharper's enjoying his new team?

Les E. - Janesville

Good morning Beer Kid, Here is the most recent picture floating around vi-queen land.

Enjoy and GO PACK GO!

Packer Paul - Minneapolis, MN.


My work associate is a very well connected fellow around the lake, Minnetonka, that is. The buzz is that Daunte was one of the baddest boys on the SS Queenie. Of all the behavior going on, much of it from the many, excuse me....I mean posse, Daunte was one of the might say, he was in deep, and is now in very deep. Geez, go figure, a guy who has a long trail of illegitimate offspring (3 or 4 I believe..with many Mommys) frolicking like an out of control, hormone laden 16 year old.

Well, the ViQueens wanted a team leader, he surely is leading them... straight to the bottom. Remember folks, there IS a reason that such a gifted athlete such as Daunte had a career at Central Florida. Hey, Daunte... can you even spell dummy?

To their credit, young RB Mewelde Moore and sage veteran Moe Williams (a classy guy in spite of being a Queen) were actively putting themselves between the howling dogs and the hired help in an attempt to insulate them from what was going on around them, and coming their way.

More later................. the full list will be public very soon.

Scott - Formerly Drunk on Water Street

Good morning, Beerkid.

Always good to start a Monday morning with one of the cartoons-gets the week off right, I say. I have a feeling the viqueens will be giving you material for the rest of the season!

However, I am looking forward to Matrix Part III.

Well, with the Lions and Vikings losing this weekend, that puts us in a good spot to keep charging forward to the NFC North title.

The Bears and the Lions don't have too tough a schedule this season-wusses! And we won't even talk about Minnetonka! even though our schedule is tougher, we'll still take em'!

After last week, I can really see us going 11-5 and taking the NFC North title(again) And while the 'queens' are on another 'cruise' at the end of the season they can watch us as we play in the playoffs! What a great belated birthday present! It warmed my heart to see them play that way! It reminded me of the Pack of old.... if they can continue to play that way, we'll be in the playoffs for sure! New England and Philly aren't getting off to a spectacular start, just mediocre, so we've definitely got a chance!

I'm almost sure though, that Sherman wasn't making the play calls... what do you think? Think Farve is taking over a little bit? Tired of seeing his team lose by 3-4 points over stupid calls? I think so. You could see the utter frustration on his face every week. Someone told Sherman just to stand there and look like he's doing something; then let Brett take over. (hee hee)

Just kidding, but if Sherman is making these calls, what took so long for him to pull his head out of his butt? Could it be the threat of losing his job? hmmm....

Go Pack Go! Hope to see ya at the Brat game this week!

Lady K - Packer Club of Hemet, So. Cal

28-3 - Go Bears!

There was one good thing this weekend. We didn't have to see Cullpeper's stupid kumbaya routine when he scores a touchdown.


I am happy... no, honored, that you should find my stuff worthy of hitting the pages of your site. It rocks, man.

Was at the Badgers game this weekend in a luxury box with 20 drunk Wisconsinites.... that last play was a major swing of emotions.

More coming....

Scott - Formerly Drunk on Water Street
Leaders aren't born they are made.  And they are made just like anything else, through hard work.  And that's the price we'll have to pay to achieve that goal, or any goal.

Saturday, October 15, 2005

NFL Allows Vikings To Change Logo... 

Breaking News!  The NFL has now allowed the Minnesota Vikings to change their team logo.  Greg was kind of enough to send in his favorite choice, and it's the favorite choice of at least 17 Viking players.  Hey, if you add a little Crown around that new Viking logo then we could ask the NFL to allow them to change the team name too, maybe to the Minnetonka ViceKings. 
 Minnetonka ViceKings
Heh heheh heh eh.

Friday, October 14, 2005

Vice Boat Update... 

From our Formerly Drunk on Water Street Correspondent now in the Twin Cities... Take it way Scott, and thanks for all the inside information.

Thanks to Ashley for pointing out that Bang Cartoon has a new medley this week, once you make it through Lavar Arrington's Playbook, you get to a R-rated view of the Minnesota Princess cruising by, Brian Billick trying to pick a QB, and finally we get to watch John Madden repeat his 2 favorite words over and over until... you'll just have to go see for yourself.

Here's another article on the whole affair from Don Banks - CNNSI.  Without a new stadium deal it looks like the Vikqueens will be playing in the Humpty Dumpty Dome for quite some time. 

And only our favorite Vikqueen Troll would recommend us checking out Ahman Green in a Man-Bra, or is it a Bro', but notice all the Homer Tice stuff as you keep scrolling down at Pro Football Talk's photo page.  D'oh!

We're Still Pack 4 Life!


Here's a little something for your consideration:  Wilf, in his first comments since the boat party last week, said he has apologized to the governor. Wilf and the Vikings have been pursuing state money to build a $675 million stadium. State Senate Majority Leader Dean Johnson said Wilf called him Wednesday to apologize, and the lawmaker said the stadium deal is "off the radar screen," the West Central Tribune of Willmar reported.

Sadly we may have to deal with the Humpty Dump for a looong time.

Wilf, in his first comments since the story broke, said the team will institute a code of conduct that demands "high standards, high morals and success".  That may be the funniest thing I've heard in a long time



A little update on the ViQueens Love Boat story. Apparently one of the Queens players was overheard stating something to the affect of: "We'll be cool... we were on international waters."

Dear Lord......I know many athletes are not the brightest bulbs on the tree, but this is beyond "Little Bus" time.

Just got tickets to the Packers game from my boss and will be cheering the Pack in the Humpty Dump... maybe bring some benwah balls to throw at the bench as I am only a few rows behind this collection of felons.

Go Pack!!

Scott - Formerly Drunk on Water Street

Christ... the most fertile imagination cannot conjure up what the Queens give us with such regularity. Rumor has it that Daunte was getting a hummer while several other guys circled around and enjoyed themselves....only a rumor though. I don't recall if in my last e-mail I mentioned that Onterrio Smith is being sued civily for a sex assault, along with another prominent Queen, against a 21 year old woman. Sounds like a roofie moment as she passed out and woke up with both on top of her. The other player will not be sued as he "has lived up to his legal obligations"..which means he cut a big-ass check. Hell, I don't recall WHAT was in my last e-mail. Just to be safe, one player was overheard saying that: "Everything will be cool because we were on international waters." There, all bases covered.

Gotta root for the Bears for the same reason... and as hard as it is to admit, I have a grudging respect for the team...... what with their history and their legacy in the league.

Hey, let me throw this atcha. You KNOW Chicago fans are kinda rowdy. I imagine that there will be an assortment of sex toys smuggled into the game that will be thrown toward the bench at some point during the game. Hopefully a coordinated event!! You would have to believe that the guys frisking people at the gate will not confiscate that stuff and will give a wink and a nod to whomever wishes to get them in.

Anyway, great to hear from you, man. If ya get back E.C. way, drop me a note and let's have a few drinks.... on Water Street.

See Ya,

Scott - hopefully drunk with ya on Water Street sometime soon!

Great instincts, Keg Man. Yes, that is Mr. Neuser at the Old Home at a homecoming a year or two after I graduated. During a year of my collegiate experience, my friends and I had money behind the bar for anyone who would actually sit on that thing in the midst of a Friday and/or Saturday night. Needless to say, those damn Wimpy Burgers made a mess of that thing and the money was never awarded.

Again, great call on the Old Home...while we might forget a girl or two who fell victim to our charms at that bar, one can never forget the sights, sounds, and smells of that nasty closet!

Scott - formerly drunk on Water Street!
____________________  once you get here go 12 pictures down!  you will enjoy it!!

Speak Out Spew Off... 

The Vikqueen Escapades on Lake Minnetonka continue...  Check out Mike Florio's latest update at


...the folks responsible for the S.S. Love Sponge reportedly flew in the, um, entertainment from Atlanta, Florida, and elsewhere. According to The Pioneer Press, the females hired for the Gold Club on the Lake work for a high-class escort or call-girl service that caters to professional athletes.

And this is where the feds come in.

Title 18, Section 2421 of the United States Code states as follows:

"Whoever knowingly transports any individual in interstate or foreign commerce, or in any Territory or Possession of the United States, with intent that such individual engage in prostitution, or in any sexual activity for which any person can be charged with a criminal offense, or attempts to do so, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than 10 years, or both."...

...The NFL, after all, is a generally conservative operation, and the current administration might be inclined to look the other way, given the potential damage that a full-blown investigation, prosecution, and trial would do the the Vikings and thus to the league itself.

After all, ardent Bush supporter Mike Tice has yet to receive (as far as we know) scrutiny from the IRS for the potentially unreported income resulting from the re-sale of Super Bowl tickets at a profit...

Go read it all, and make sure that you check Pro Football Talk's Rumor Mill page everyday for the latest on NFL News.  Stupid Vikings, Go Bears!  No, not again, 2nd time this week dammit, Go Packers!!!

Eric in Iowa gives us a nice parody jingle we can sing along to... I often wonder too what our defense would have been like last year with a decent Defensive Coordinator, we might have won that damn playoff game again the Vikes... and yes, that's Butch sitting on the can in the old Old Home Tavern in E.C.  Keg Man, you have been deep into our archives, those were the days of care-free drunken fun... and finally, Jim contributes a great idea for a new Vikqueen Logo - Minnetonka Vicekings, heh heheh heh eh.

We're All Still Pack 4 Life!


Love the site boys. Thought everyone could use a little Viqueen pillaging humor.  Sing to the theme from Gilligan's Island:

Come sit right back and you'll here a tale; a tale of a fateful trip; that started from a small lake town; aboard two tiny ships;

The mates were a bunch of pole dancers; but the waitstaff was too pure;the Viqueens team set sail that day for a three hour tour, a three hour tour;

The action started getting hot; the dancers strutted their stuff; if not for the prudes of the fearless crew; there wouldn't have been such a huff

The boats went around and turned back home; the authoritirs came aboard; but fear not friends, 'cause it's all not lost; The Viqueens finally scored!

Eric in Iowa

Since its the bye week got nothing else to do but bar drink, be happy and get ready to watch the Bears and the Vikings tear into each other.

I was looking at the stats on NFL.Com on our defense what everbody says is no good is rank 9th to last years 25th and in THE NFC we're rank 4th.  So well done Jim Bates but keep it up you can only think were we would have been if he was here last year.

Thanks for keeping up this website. It’s the best. I’ve been checking out your stuff for a couple years now. Keep up the good work.

Is Butch in the Old Home in Eau Claire? I heard they tore it down, but if he is that brings back memories. Or maybe it could bring back memories, but I’ve killed those brain cells.

Anyways, Eat Cheese or die!

Keg Man


Maybe you can do something with this.  Minnetonka Vicekings


A school without football is in danger of deteriorating into a medieval study hall.

Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Speak Out Spew Off... 

Here's something to brighten your day, nothing like a little Viking Sex on a Charter Boat... but has this incident scarred Al and Alma for life.  Just thinking about it has me feeling scarred!  Thanks for the tip Scott, who like us is a former drunk from Water Street... Have a Drink on Me.

Continue reading at your own risk.
Allegations of Vikings sexual misconduct aboard boats
David Chanen, Star Tribune
October 11, 2005

Authorities are investigating whether Minnesota Vikings players were involved in allegations of criminal sexual conduct on charter boats Thursday on Lake Minnetonka.

A woman who apparently was working as a hostess on one of the boats called Mound police about 7:30 p.m. to report possible prostitution, drugs and sex acts, according to police reports. The information was coming from her brother’s girlfriend, who was working as a hostess on the boat, the report said. The girlfriend said the boat was chartered by the Minnesota Vikings.

The Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office said it is investigating a report of alleged criminal conduct on an Al and Alma’s charter boat. Nobody has been arrested and no suspects have been identified, said Sgt. Haans Viteks. He wouldn’t confirm or deny whether any Vikings were involved.

“It was a stag party atmosphere on the boat with allegations of strippers and sexual conduct,’’ he said. “We’re still trying to sort things out at this time.’’

A Vikings official said the team would have no comment. Two hours after the Mound police received the call, another woman called to complain that six or seven men pulled up in a shuttle bus limo and urinated in her yard, police reports said. She followed the limo to Al and Alma’s, but she couldn’t identify the men, said Chief Jim Kurtz.

The responding officer was told that there were 40 people on the boat and that it was the Vikings football team, the police reports said.

The urination incident is no longer under investigation, Kurtz said.

A telephone call to Al and Alma’s wasn’t returned this morning. Anybody with information regarding the boat allegations should call the Sheriff’s Office at 612-348-3755.

Always willing to help out the Local Sheriff Dept. in Minnesota when we can... Now are any of these "alleged" Vikqueen players that were "allegedly" on the Charter Boat on Lake Minnetonka, "allegedly" already in the NFL's Substance Abuse Program?  If any of these "alleged" players are, then the Commish will have to get involved.  The Vikings couldn't find a toilet when they needed one, but never the less, their season is still swirling down one.  Heh heheh heh eh. 

Nothing like a 52-3 swamping over the lowly Saints to get everyone excited, and now as the Packers take the week off, we just sit around and wait for the results of the Bears-Vikings matchup this Sunday to see who'll be sitting in last place with us at 1-4.  This is really hard to do... but... Go Bears!  I didn't say that!  No one in the Packer Organization is considering trading Brett Favre anywhere, so anyone who's got a rumor to spread on this, well, Luke said it best, "Simma Down Naw!".

We're Pack 4 Life!

Hey Beerkid, a little update from the Twin Shitties. Bryant McKinnie and a number of his offensive (take that as you wish) teammates rented a couple party boats on Lake Minnetonka and, with the addition of 16 classy gals from a local cabaret, engaged in a naked oral sex party...players both giving and receiving...all naked...all the time. The Captains and crew were so repulsed by the behavior that they returned to the docks and wrote up a report detailing the transgressions. Apparently, a number of laws and company rules were violated and an investigation has begun into the matter. Oh, yeah...prior to arriving at the dock a limo full of these losers piled out and pissed all over someone's front yard in full view of the owners and public in general. All of this on the heels of a "let's knock off the bullshit and act like decent citizens" speech by Herman Munster, which followed McKinnies prior encounter with law enforcement at an after-bar establishment known for the riff-raff that hang know...hos and dealers.

Way to get the public behind the team and its stadium desires, guys!! What a collection of losers, but then again, why break the long rich tradition that is the relationship between the Queens and local law enforcement.

See Ya, and keep up the great work.

Scott... formerly drunk on Water Street.
Say "HI" to TJ and Johnny when if you see them.

52-3 now thats what am talking about

12-4. Based on recent history, the Pack will get stronger as the year rolls on. Meanwhile over in the land of Mud-Ducks and Duck, Duck, Gray Duck; the MN Stink-ings tend to go wheels-off late in the year. Considering where they are at right now, that should be entertaining.

Anyone else here sick of Brett and the Pack being written off? Saw one professional mention Rodgers should get playing time?guess he got it! Here's a "Farve shot" to watching Rodgers play garbage time for about 2 3/4 more seasons.

When asked in preseason what the Pack's prospects were for the year, I typically responded that if the offense could put up 35 a game, we had a chance. This defense is playing much better than I thought..this week I saw Steve Smith break out being shut down by the Pack... the offense is in horrible shape, but that seems to be just the challenge that our 36 year hero wants. And not to make excuses but sometimes all a revamped o-line needs is a few game to 'gel.'

While 12-4 is still the view through my green and gold tinted glasses, even the purple prying eyes visiting this glorious site must be ready to concede that that Pack at 9-6 and NFC North champs (again) is in plain sight.

Pack 4 Life in Allen, TX USA

Sorry I cobbed Vince off from your site but I made this desktop that I,ve been using. Thnx for the great site. Loved that 52-3 ass slappin.

Take Care man loved the site for years!

das wolf


All of the commentators of the nfl should go hug and kiss and talk about how good brett favre is!!! Hey what do u know next maybe some one will MARRIE brett favre soon!! That wont be a surprise to me!

A Green Bay Packer fan buys a round of drinks for all in the bar because, he announces, his wife has just produced a typical Packer sized baby boy weighing 25 pounds!

Congratulations showered him from all around, and many exclamations of "WOW!" were heard.

A woman even faints due to sympathy pains.

Two weeks later, the Packer fan returns to the bar. The bartender asks, "Say, you're the father of the typical Packer sized baby boy that weighed 25 pounds at birth. How much does he weigh now?"

The proud father answers, "Seventeen pounds."

The barkeeper is puzzled and concerned. "What happened? He already weighed 25 pounds at birth."

The Packer fan father takes a slow swig from his long-neck MGD, wipes his lips on his shirt sleeve, leans into the bartender and proudly says, "Had him circumcised!"



Hey Beerkid - I've lived in the south for some time now and I finally have an appropriate time to use a southern phrase.

With regard to Brett being traded...

"Simma Down Naw!"

Is there anybody who isn't a hopeful Packer hater that believes Brett will ever suit up in another uniform? He has stated on several occasions that he will retire as a Green Bay Packer. Brett embodies all that is the Packers. Is he perfect? No. But he's done everything he can with what he has and at times, he's even overachieved his own potential. Brett knows that. He knows that there is no other team that will be the same for him. No other city, and no other fans.

Now let's consider that it's not his call and that the Packer front office would just trade him outright. Not gonna happen. Why? For one, he's too dangerous. Assuming he didn't quit immediately after the trade, would you want Brett coming back to Lambeau to face you after you sent him off? If that weren't enough to consider, there is always the "million-fan-march" on Green Bay that nobody would want to deal with.

So, that said, let's start more believable rumors. I heard that they are throwing this season so they can move the franchise to Minnesota since they need a football team. Any thoughts?


If it doesn't matter who wins or loses, then why do they keep score?

Monday, October 10, 2005

Speak Out Spew Off... 

That's all it took!?!?!  I thought it was due to some special kind of Astrological Alignment, but turns out all we had to do was to get our good friend, sometimes Packer Palace correspondant Gwyn prominently displayed at the intro to our website, feature her in the GB Mardi Gras parade in our weekly flash animation, while coincidently she was attending the game at Lambeau Field and Voila!  Packers score 52 points and win their 1st game of the 2005 year against the 'Aints 52-3.  Uhhh, I think we'll have to do that again.  Gwyn, what other games will you be attending at Lambeau this year?  All the rest of them, right?  My Bookie in Vegas wants to know too.  Where do we contribute?  Thanks again for "rightening" the universe for us.  Gwyn, be sure to send us the pics, especially the one's of post-game celebrations!

The Packers are not, repeat, are not trying to trade Favre to some other team before the Trading Deadline.  Oh sure, if some team wanted to give us 12 starting players for Brett, I wouldn't be one to stand in the way of something as outrageous as that, but the Pack trading Brett this current year just ain't gonna happen, brother. 

Luke gets some proper rips after being called out by an ALL-CAP typing gibberish spewing, Vikqueen Fan, who by the way was thoughtful enough to send us the game photo's from link, it's obvious that he's thinking that the Vikqueens should never have gotten rid of Bouman, as bad he was playing for Saints against the Packers yesterday, he still might be better QB than Daunte this year.  Heh heheh heh eh.

On Saturday, we updated an old Packer-Ramones Wall Shot image to remove Darren Sharper and add Nick Barnett, and Nick promptly returns an Interception 95 yards for a TD!  That's a Mucho Gracias to Steve for that Kharma adjustment request.  It's Monday and the Universe does feel right again.

We're Pack 4 Life!


I'll be at the game on Sunday and I've never been to Lambeau for a loss.  So things will finally be right with the universe.  I will be sure to send pics.  GO PACK GO!!!!



Could it actually be true that the leaders of our beloved "PACK", Are contemplating heading in a new direction.  Without Brett Favre and will push him into retirement or the unthinkable "TRADE".  Oh bestill my little heart.  A sad sad day it will be.....  Curly and Vince will turnover in their graves.....

Attention nameless Vikings fan:

52-3.  Now what? Our guys scored nearly twice as much and allowed fewer than a quarter the points than you did against the same team.  Hmmm...  Please flex your brilliance and tell me where that's not a good thing for the green and gold.

10-30 last week?  Ouch!  That hurts.  The Packers have started out slow for the past few years, but isn't it a bit early for the Vikes to be choking?  You usually have to build a lead before you let it slip away.  Old Mike Tice seems to have forgotten the traditional step one.

I'm not sure what the "hooked on phonics" comment was all about, but can we see if the CAPS LOCK key can work for you?  It's hard enough to follow the thought pattern without that.

Go Packers!


P.S. If anyone really wants to be brave enough to go on some rant or dig personally on somebody, let's also be brave enough to put your name on it, shall we?

Beer Kid.  I JUST LOVE YOUR SITE!!!  Spent 2 hours tooling around on it, sending logos, links, and more to all my friends (and enemies) across the USA! 

One thing I have got to get from you.  During Brat-n-Roll High School, near the end of the video there flashes a poster. A PACKERS poster ala RAMONES classic, where they are leaning against the brick wall.  Not the WANTED poster, but the one with the classic Ramones pose.  I so very much want a print of that poster, what can you do?

Keep up the great work/fun here, I have it bookmarked and plan to visit weekly.  It is GREAT!!

Individual commitment to a group effort - that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work.

Sunday, October 09, 2005

Rare Hurricane Rips Region 52-3... 

Hurricane Vince made a suprise pre-appearance over Green Bay Sunday, as the Packers swamped the Saints 52-3, hopefully Vince's visit to the Atlantic will be short-lived! 

As for the game, what can we say?  It went well!  1-4, same as last year; on to Minneapolis on the way to the NFC North Championship!

Saturday, October 08, 2005

Blast From The Past... 

The Amazing Banjo Shrimp

Battle Of New Orleans

Crawdaddy Ditka

Friday, October 07, 2005

Today's Laffer's... 


We just got around to reading our weekly copy of the Medford Star News and thought the rest of you would enjoy this.  Packer Paul checks back in and the biggest laugh of all, our Vikqueen friend bids us farewell until the Vikes win the NFC North, we shouldn't see him for 5 years.  Heh heheh heh eh...


There is this Packers fan who is married to a Bears fan.

He loves her with all of his heart, but just can't get past the fact that she is a Bears fan and therefore, kinda slow. He thinks long and hard, and comes to a decision. As much as he loves Green Bay, he loves her more. He decides to become a Bears fan.

After weeks of trying unsuccessfully to root for the Bears, he decides to enlist the aid of a doctor.

"Doc, I want to become a Bears fan, is there any way you can do it?" the man asks.

"Well, it's quite simple, I just have to remove 1/3 of your brain, but it is a very dangerous procedure.

Are you sure you want to do this?" the Doctor asks.

"I have no other choice." the man says.

He wants to have the surgery right away. The doctor begins the procedure. During the operation, his hand slips, and he cuts out too much of the poor Packer fan's brain. While the man is recuperating, the doctor is pacing around his bedside. The man starts to stir.

The doctor rushes over and says "Sir! I am so sorry, during the surgery I mistakenly removed 2/3 of your brain!"

The man looks up at the doctor with a big smile on his face and says, "GO VIKINGS!"

PACKER PAUL - Minneapolis, MN.
Green and Gold for Life!

A Packers fan is having breakfast one morning; coffee, croissants, bread, butter & jam when a Vikings fan, chewing gum, sits down next to him. The Packers fan ignores the Vikings fan who, nevertheless, starts a conversation:

Vikings fan: "You Packers folk eat the whole bread??"

Packers fan (in a bad mood): "Of course."

Vikings fan: (after blowing a huge bubble) "We don't. In Minnesota, we only eat what's inside. The crusts we collect in a container, recycle it, transform them into croissants and sell them to Wisconsin."

The Vikings fan has a smirk on his face. The Packers fan listens in silence.

The Vikings fan persists: "Do you eat jelly with the bread??"

Packers fan: "Of course."

Vikings fan: (cracking his gum between his teeth and chuckling). "We don't. In Minnesota we eat fresh fruit for breakfast, then we put all the peels, seeds, and leftovers in containers, recycle them, transform them into jam and sell the jam to Wisconsin."

The Packers fan then asks: "Do you have sex in Minnesota?"

Vikings fan: "Why of course we do", he says with a big smirk

Packers fan: And what do you do with the condoms once you've used them?"

Vikings fan: "We throw them away, of course."

Packers fan: "We don't. In Wisconsin, we put them in a container, recycle them, melt them down into chewing gum and sell them to Minnesota."


this is the most boring place i have ever been to, have fun, maybe i will visit you later when we win the NFC North Championships, while you are in shambles!!! GO VIKINGS!! CULPEPPER beats your drunken FAVRE!

Thursday, October 06, 2005

Speak Out Spew Off... 

For Lady K out in Hemet who had the fortune and misfortune of having her birthday on a Packer Gameday.  Happy Birthday to you, Happy Birthday to you, Happy Birthday dear Lady K, Happy Birthday to You.  It's an emotional roller coaster following the Pack and it's no birthday fun when they things go from nightmarish to then coming back losing a surprisingly close one.  Just so you know we're still thinking about your offer to visit for the Packer-Viking game on the 23rd.  A Packer win in Minneapolis can be a wonderful mood-enhancing soothe for the Packer Soul. 

So does anyone think that when our O-line was patched together that the Packers finally got innovative on their play-calling?  It almost looked playground style but we sure did score alot of points in a hurry, and it shows how important those turnover's caused by the defense can be in helping those come-back scoring runs.  Makes you wonder how those other 2 games would have turned out if the Referee's had made the correct call on those incomplete passes...errrh Fumbles!

Here comes the Saints marching into Green Bay, they really don't scare anybody in anyway but when you've lost 4 straight games, you can't really say that the Packers are scaring anybody either.  Sooooo, it's time to turn this wrecked train around and get the 1st victory of the year.  Just have Brett run the 2-minute offense right from the start, it's hard to lose when you score 45.  Let's start trying to blow everyone out, there's still a chance that 8-8 will win the NFC North.  We can still get there, you Gotta Believe!

Last and least, to our Vikqueen Troll from Des Moines, (yes almost all the vikqueen crap is coming from 1 person, even a pro-packer post, a test I guess?!?!?) no matter what language you say it in, it still comes out the same.

Die Verpacker haben zwölf NFL-Meisterschaften, das Vikings haben null. Weibchen!

Gli imballatori hanno dodici campionati di NFL, il Vikings hanno zero. Femmina!

Les emballeurs ont douze championnats de NFL, le Vikings ont zéro. Chienne!

Os empacotadores têm doze championships de NFL, o Vikings têm zero. Cadela!

Los embaladores tienen doce campeonatos de NFL, el Vikings tienen cero. ¡Perra!

The Packers have Twelve NFL Championships, the Vikings have Zero. Bitch!

We're Still Pack 4 Life!

Thanks to the assist from Google's Language Tools.

Hey ya Beer Kid, Monday was my birthday.... and I tell ya, it wasn't too good. So here I was, at the end of the day lookin for a win to perk me up..... not so.

What has happened? What happened to all that talk about looking to force more interceptions, fumbles, etc? Hasn't happened yet.

I agree with Packer Paul. Brett can't do everything. He tries, God bless him, but he is not the team. Where is his team?? Where is his coach??!! I hate to say it, but if things don't trun around-and quick- I don't see Brett coming back next season. You can see the disgust and dismay all over his face. Not to mention he's getting hurried, sacked, knocked down way to often. I can't imagine he's gonna want to put up with that another season. Does this team want to be known as the ones responsible for sending him packing before his time? You can see it. He still has it. The arm, the drive, etc. But he doesn't have the team behind him. Something has to change, and change NOW! Thing is, it's not gonna get any better this year. All of our opponets are formidable, so it's not gonna get any easier. They need to get it together-yesterday! They need to quit waiving players also. Too many players are getting hurt, and they're waiving people. (Ben Steele)

Still a fan, no matter what. But I tell you, what's it gonna take to wake these guys up? I agree, Sherman's gotta go. (every week he's on the sidelines, looking like he's on valium) But during the season? And who would they bring in? It's a mess. But don't give up hope. After all, we are talking about the Pack.

Go Pack Go!

Lady K - Packer Club of Hemet, So. Cal.

fed up with people saying were a poor team the vikings i had 3 blow out loses in the other hand were have be called shit just cos we lost our last 3 games by a total of 6pts we could be 3-1 if we can go unto our bye week 1-4 who knows what could happen we just gotta BELIEVE them so call fans who are already quiting on our team go support the bears or the vikings even if we go 0-16 am still pack 4 life


Pakker zuigen alsof hel. Vikings regel. Ik haat pakker en hun dang ventilators

Les emballeurs sucent comme l'enfer. Les vikings gouvernent. Je déteste les emballeurs et leurs ventilateurs fichus.

Dictionary is the only place that success comes before work. Hard work is the price we must pay for success. I think you can accomplish anything if you're willing to pay the price.

Tuesday, October 04, 2005

Speak Out Spew Off... 

Meltdown!  What a freakin' meltdown that 1st half was.  So many injuries, more bad play calling, and the Refs.... again.  How can you rip off William Whitticker's helmet and not have a "Hands to the Face" penalty called?  But then we get Al Harris playing perfect defense against a taller player and they got to call a penalty.  We have KGB's jersey being stretched on a end around, but no holding penalty called against the Panthers Offense.  All we want is for the game to be called evenly... if you're going to fuck up our calls, fuck up some of the others teams calls too.  Sherman's play calling is still lacking, first play of the game, let's run it up the middle, the defense will never suspect that, we've only it done 57 offensive series in a row!  So Let's do it again on the start of our 2nd offensive series... Sherman just plain sucks and he's a wet sack when it comes to inspiring any kind of emotional play from the Packer Players.  You can't leave everything up to Brett Favre. 

And to all you Vikqueen friendlies that keep coming by, so starting our season 0-4 matches your Super Bowl record 0-4, big deal.  We've really sucked and lost by a few points... You guys have sucked worse, and we'll finally get our wins when we start playing our weaker NFC North brethern.  Enjoy your lead on us in the standings for now, I know its all you have to cling too.  Oh, and watching the Vikqueen's lose is almost as enjoyable as watching the Packers win.  So keep coming back as we'll have more to offer.

We're Pack 4 Life!

It doesn't matter that we are 0-4 cause we play other NFC North teams 5 more times, so thats basically 4 or 5 wins. I would put a lot of money, and I have, that the Packers will get on a roll and make the playoffs. Wouldn't it just be great to beat out the Queens and go to the playoffs. I hope all fuckin Viqueens fans go to hell.

A man inherited a little over $1 billion dollars. He had three sons. He told his sons that since he now had all this money, he would like to know what each of them would like to have. He stressed that MONEY was no object.

His first son said that he had always wanted a Jaguar. The father went out, and since money was no object, bought him 7 Jaguars in different colors, so that he would have a different one to drive every day of the week.

His second son said that he always wanted a motorcycle. So the father went out, and again since money was no object, bought him 30 new motorcycles, 10 dirt bikes, 10 hogs, and 10 touring bikes, so he would have a different bike to ride every day of the month.

His third and youngest son was only 8 years old. So the little guy said that he simply had wanted a Mickey Mouse outfit. So, money being no object, his father went out and bought his son the Minnesota Vikings.



Pass interference... Can somebody please explain to me what the heck it is? I mean, can you touch somebody outside of five yards or not? Do you call it every time or only when it can really change the momentum of the game? Do you call it if it's away from the ball or is that only when you feel like it?

I mean, I understand that it's infinitely important to have fru-fru crap like this in the game, while still allowing helmet to helmet tackles that can send a man to the hospital. People say that the helmet to helmet contact is just a part of the game... Well guess what? So is brushing up against somebody while trying to defend against the pass.

I need some commentary on this.


I'm living in MN and I deal with Viking fans all the time. There are good and bad anywhere. I moved here from San Diego and Raider fans were the same.

Those Viking fans who send messages to this sight hate Packers more than they love their own team. Just to let you know, that is NOT a good or noble thing. Your not fooling anyone and if you continue on that path everyone will begin to think people in MN are kinda dumb.

I moved here from California and people like you are the reason I don't like the Vikings even though I now live here. Good job. There are good people here in MN and some are Viking fans but you make them all look dumb and hateful. Your ideology is based on hatred not football. There's always a cycle and I'm a Packer fan if they win or if they loose.

Packer fan in MN

all you gotta say to Vikings fans is have you ever seen your team win a Super Bowl? have you fuck were still going 10-6 and win the north as they be at home come play off time kissing there photos of daunte culpepper


0-4! 0-4! 0-4!0-4! 0-4! 0-4! GO PACKERS! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Listen Up Here! I'll let you in on a secret that the rest of the NFL Fan world knows but the PACKSHIT fans themselves are in denial of. Ready? PACKER FANS HAVE NOTHING TO SMACK ABOUT!!! You don't. Well WE can smack YOU for that playoff game last year at Lambeau. You're 0-4 in THE SEASON. I'm sounding like a broken record but like I said earlier, PACKSHIT fans having nothing to smack about.

When I'm stuck in a bar with with a bunch of PACKSHIT fans blubbering about how great they are, I just pull out one of the greatest smackdown lines of all time: "Oh, so your a fan of the best 0-4 team ever?" Karma can be a payback, Bitch! Listen, can you hear it? I can't. I'm not hearing any of that Super Bowl talk in WISCONSIN anymore. In fact it's gotten so quiet, I can hear the crickets chirping all the way from here.

11:28PM. October 3, 2005.  I have seen the turning point. I know The Answer: Put the ball in Brett Favre's hands. Put the game in Brett Favre's hands. Put the season, the hopes, dreams and aspirations of the Green Bay Packers, and their fans, in Brett Favre's hands.

One possession. No Ahman Green. No Chad Clifton. No Mike Flanagan, no Terence Murphy. No Walker, or Franks. Empty backfield after empty backfield. Eighty yards. Touchdown. Pure Favre.

The Answer: Put the ball in Brett Favre's hands.

This is the end of the end of the Brett Favre Era. Pack 4 Life.

Duane in Almost God's Country

0-4 Holy Cow!! Go Pack Goooo!!! We're pulling for ya here in DTown...get that record 0-16! believe that you can do it! Don't let us down....go Lions!

Ok Beerkid, I know the world needs all types, but these Vikings fans are way out there.

I have a few questions to pose here. People can feel free to opine - or not - whatever.

First: Why would you, as a Viking fan, be reading, much less writing in to a Packers fan website. (I don't even know of any Viking fan websites - can somebody help me out there...) I know it's just to get under our skin or something, but it really doesn't. Do Vikings fans have any idea how many of us there are and how devoted to this team we are? I live in Dallas and I'll tell you this: We've everywhere. Last year, when the Cowpokes were playing poorly, you wouldn't see a soul in the bar watcing them. People were embarassed to talk about them. The Packers... even when they we're losing in the beginning? Never less than 20 people at any of the Packer bars I went to (Yes, any... there's countless bars calling themselves Packer bars down here in case anybody is thinking about moving, it's just like home.)

Ok, second... Ahman Green gets arrested for domestic abuse. Hmmm... There's some breaking news. What's next? Brett Favre is on the pain killers? I have an infinite number of points to make on that but I'll only bore you folks with one. Who cares? Does his personal life alter his ability to run the fotball? Probably not. Does Mike Tice scalping tickets alter his ability to call decent plays? Probably not. If you knew everything about everybody in the world, there is nobody that would pass judgement. Think about it... then hush.

This one is ESPECIALLY FOR VIKINGS FANS. If we're comparing teams and overall silly digs at one another, I have a good one. What's the deal with Culpepper's TD celebration? If I were to find some signature move, it would probably not be the same thing as the call for "False Start on the Offense". I mean, maybe if he were on defense it would make sence, but he's not. Maybe Sharper should make his own move by getting up after every play and making a "Defensive Pass Interference" gesture. It just bugs me. Maybe he'se really doing some sort of Congo line all by himself. Wait, I think that's it. Ok, it makes perfect sense now. Next, we'll have Brett thow away his manhood and do the Macarena every time he scores. He might get tired what with having to do it all the time though.

My final point to make is this: With the exception of about three stand-up QBs in the league*... Brett Favre, even when he had a drinking problem and he was hopped up on pain killers, was a btter QB than most other QBs will ever be even with a lifetime of practice. Brett is Brett, he's not past his prime. He's thrown stupid balls since day one. We love that though - because lots of times, it works. It will turn around people. Have faith. When the Viking, Lions and Bears fans have already started setting up draft boards, we will still be screaming "OH MY GOD - YOU GOTTA BELIEVE! GO PACKERS!" By the way, I think the time to start looking to '06 was last week for the Bears.

(*Probably Peyton, Donovan, and Tom Brady if you're wondering who I'm talking about.)

Later kids...


Life's battles don't always go to the stronger or faster man. But sooner or later the man who wins, is the man who thinks he can.

Saturday, October 01, 2005

Speak Out Spew Off... 

Listen Up Here!  I'll let you in on a secret that the rest of the NFL Fan world knows but the Vikqueen fans themselves are in denial of.  Ready?  VIKING FANS HAVE NOTHING TO SMACK ABOUT!!!  You don't.  Well you can smack us for that playoff game last year at Lambeau.  You're 0-4 in Super Bowls, and that was the 70's with the vaunted Purple People Eaters.  Growing up in W. Wisconsin during the 80's, you heard all that crap about having 15-20 legitimate pro-bowl players each year.  Vikqueen Jerseys started appearing in school around me.  Super Bowl appearances during that era?  ZERO!  Nada.  Super Bowl appearances in the 90's?  Zero!  Super Bowl appearances in the new century so far?  Again its Zero!  I'm sounding like a broken record but like said earlier, Vikqueen fans having nothing to smack about.

When I'm stuck in a bar with with a bunch of Vikqueen fans blubbering about how great they are, I just pull out one of the greatest smackdown lines of all time: "Oh, so your a fan of the best 15-1 non-Super Bowl team ever?"  Wasn't that the year that the Vikqueen kickers were pumping up the specific kicking footballs to look like a basketball?  Cheating, in another words, Karma can be a payback, Bitch!  Listen, can you hear it?  I can't.  I'm not hearing any of that Super Bowl talk in Minnehaha anymore.  In fact it's gotten so quiet, I can hear the crickets chirping all the way from here. 

Lemondrop, I haven't looked anything as cheerful as that this year.  Well, maybe the 3 minutes right before kick-off... heh heh eh.

We're Pack 4 Life!


Hiya BeerKid.  (Hope my "rendition" of you isn't offending!)

Holy Moly Rockie...  Where is the "bleep" button?  I have never seen so many "bleeping" "bleeps" posted on Packer Palace!  I hope you can DO something about it, I think theres like "young" people that like to read the stuff here.

But thats my opinion, and I think I am paid not to have one? (lol) Lets get back on the BUS and think Positive about our Team.  Its EARLY in the year, and me thinks them Green-Gold Guys in Lambeau might just turn things around so we can all be more positive.

Stole this shot from Bang Cartoons... their newest one.  Anyone look familiar to you?  EEEEE-gads.


(actually its kinda dumb! but gotta give 'em E for effort)


   Lemondrop --- still checkin in every day !



Packers Ahman Green Arrested  GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) - Green Bay Packers running back Ahman Green was arrested after a domestic violence incident...


Darren Sharper finally wised up and came to the right team!!

Packer Paul we dont give up on our team however you should cause your team is over-the cheese has finally spoiled!!!!!!!!!!



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