It’s that time of year for Rob to put on his bunny suit and hide eggs all over Florida under his Bonsai trees. Happy hoppin’, Rob ! !!
The new Nike jerseys unveiled Tuesday were not modeled by a single defensive or offensive lineman. Just sayin’. That this fashion roll out was the big news speaks volumes about NFL activity this week. ZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzz………
Judging by his mug shot shiner, former 49er WR Dontarius Bogan was arrested in Scottsdale Sunday night for punching a security guard with his face. Makes sense. A WR has got to protect his hands.
The 49ers are taking their sweet ass time about signing a veteran RG to replace Adam Snyder. They’ve interviewed about three or four warm bodies, but no ink has yet been spilled. The Cardinals overpaid for Snyder just like the Giants overpaid for David Baas last year. But Baas then went along for a Super Bowl ride right over our own 49er dead bodies. Let’s hope Snyder does not experience the same ha, ha moment next year.
The baseball season begins today, as well as the Masters golf tournament. Neither one of them has anything to do with football, nor the 49ers, nor even Alex Smith. But they do represent a sports like substance when said substance is nowhere else to be found.
The next four days are also the most sacred time of year for the Christian world, so some of you might currently be more interested in the spiritual life than the sports life. Personally, I’ve found that being good is probably the hardest thing to do in life. It goes against my nature, takes a lot of work and constant diligence, it’s boring as hell, and there’s no earthly reward for the effort.
So, I’ve more or less made a secret pact with my conscience about the level of badness I can tolerate in my behavior without being wracked with guilt to the point of negatively affecting my daily living. I manage my evilness. The degree of success I have with this management determines how much peace of mind I have in my life. This is probably a backasswards approach, but …
It also helps to write a good column once in awhile and trade smack with my anonymous friends in the blogosphere. My virtual friends and neighbors. Happy Easter to all of you, however you choose to spend the next four days of your life.