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Walk Tall Or Don’t Walk At All

Oh, Antonio, if I only knew when I took this that you would be on the receiving end of one of the two stupidest fucking playcalls I have ever seen in all my years of watching the Chargers.  This link to Ken Wishenhunt's comments on Thursday may be dead by the time you read this, […]

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The Monsters Are Due On Murphy Canyon Road

You scared frightened rabbits, you. You're sick people, do you know that? You're sick people, all of you. And you don't even know what you're starting here because let me tell you, let me tell you, you're starting something here that, that's what you should be frightened of. As God as my witness, you're letting […]

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Last Train To Jacksonville

                                  The combination of Sarah's birthday being on Monday and all the celebrations being this weekend, I had to resort to video.  I will be watching the game, but possibly with my son in tow.  Tweets may be limited.  […]

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We’re Up All Night To Get Sucky

January, 2008.  Every time someone mentions that the 2006 team was our best shot to win it all, I remind them of how soft that team was in the head.  They were far from poised and resilient and it showed.  Of course, if they had just kept feeding LaDainian on 1/14/07 maybe things would have […]

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Something In The Night

Sunday Night would be the one time that a Chargers snuggie would not be such a bad idea.  Unfortunately, FAITHFUL READER, they are no longer making them.  A responsible person would say that there is no way they would watch a game that kicks off at 11:30 PM on a weeknight.  Fortunately for you, I […]

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And It Don’t Matter Just What You Say, Are You Tough Enough To Play The Game They Play? Or Will You Just Do Your Time And Fade Away?

{audio}http://justiceiscoming.com/mp3s/01 Let Me Clear My Throat.mp3{/audio} The last time the Chargers played Dallas in the regular season, it looked like we were on the verge of finally doing something in the playoffs.  That was the game where Brandon Siler smacked the shit out of Tony Romo, the Chargers had a goal-line stand, Rivers led the […]

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Is There Anything To Be Excited About At This Point?

This was the 1998 game at Philly.  I went to the 1995 one, but couldn't find any photos from it.  That was when the Eagles had Ray Rhodes as coach and I remember listening to the radio on the way home as the postgame announcers blasted him.  They were saying "he talks all tough, but […]

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This Will Bring Me Ruin Though I Suppose It’s Pleasing

It's just the same old movie Been playing here for years I could use a change of scenery But when I get there I'm still here Yes, I'm actually quoting Bob Weir's "Bombs Away."  That's also where I got the title of this week's post.  It's cheesy, but not all that bad.  The same could […]

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Welcome To Mike and Tommy’s Summer Camp

Yeah, I know the shirt’s a little aggressive, but so am I.  I don’t even hate Phish so much as I just appreciated the football fan mentality applied to supposedly peace-loving music.  This Thursday would have been Jerry Garcia’s 71st birthday and kicks off the weeklong celebration that ends on the anniversary of his passing.  […]

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Even The Purest Of Romantics Compromise

I pointed it out on Twitter once it was announced that the oft-bootleged movie "Sunshine Daydream" would be in theaters on Jerry's birthday that Philip Rivers could learn a little something from Garcia's focus.  Of course, the Veneta 1972 show was an occasion where he was especially sharpened psychedelically.  During Dark Star, you can see […]

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The King, Fozzie, Woodhead and Cox, et al

Every year is the same And I feel it again, I'm a loser – no chance to win. Leaves start falling, Come down is calling, Loneliness starts sinking in. Sorry it's been so long since I've posted.  Those who have been Justice Leaguers for many years know that this is my least favorite time of […]

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It Doesn’t Feel Like Super Sunday Any More

There was a time where I used to say that the Super Bowl was the greatest day of the year.  But that was before the Chargers started making the playoffs.  Once they did, but were unable to do anything with it, Super Sunday stopped being special.  It became a day that reminded me of everything that […]

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