November 4, 2006, 2:36 pm

ND vs NC = Happy Me

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Hell no, you don’t late-hit my quarterback!

I had a bit o’ respect goin’ for ol’ North Carolina until that happened in the fourth quarter.

Your hands stay off Brady Quinn.

Didn’t anyone explain the rules before the Tarheels hit the field?

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And Jeff Samardzija? It I were twenty-six years younger I’d be callin’ YOU!

I hope my son doesn’t read this. He’d be mortified. Because if I’m old enough to be his mother, I’m old enough to be Jeff’s. Oh well.

Just because I can’t get to the restaurant doesn’t mean I can’t check out the menu, ya know what I’m sayin’?

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Enough with the silly stuff. Let’s get down to business:

Cheer, cheer for Old Notre Dame
Wake up the echoes cheering her name,
Send the volley cheer on high,
Shake down the thunder from the sky,
What though the odds be great or small
Old Notre Dame will win over all,
While her loyal sons are marching
Onward to Victory!

Notre Dame, you rock my freakin’ world and I am so upset at NC that I am typing this ten minutes before the game is even over!

Go Irish!

4 Comments

  • Airway Control
    Airway Control

    November 4, 2006 at 4:44 pm

    Every week you enliven me with your enthusiasm for Notre Dame, so, tonight, I’ll reveal a little secret to you.

    I was a Notre Dame dropout.

    Though I was there for only one year (1/2 of a Master’s program, pre-nursing career), I feel I have a special bond to the Irish!


  • Steve
    Steve

    November 4, 2006 at 6:11 pm

    Congrats!


  • Andrew
    Andrew

    November 4, 2006 at 6:45 pm

    You’ll be proud of me… I worked on cutting down a 50′ pine tree on my friend’s property today, and I ACTUALLY stopped to see who won the ND Game.


  • Wendy, S.N.
    Wendy, S.N.

    November 6, 2006 at 7:49 am

    Kim, Kim. Come visit me.

    W. 🙂


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