Wednesday, December 29, 2004
Tuesday, December 28, 2004
NFL Championship Histories
Monday, December 27, 2004
We offer our condolences to your family and loved ones. May you live on in our hearts...
|All of our condolences to the White family.....at this very moment he is recieving his treasure in heaven! Lady K, Packer Club of Hemet, (So. Cal)|
"well done, thy good and faithful servant.."
RIP Big Guy! Your mighty bull rush is missed.
Reggie! Reggie! Reggie! We'll miss you... Say hello to Vince for us.
Reggie White... You will truly be missed. Your memory... Forever in our hearts and minds. Favre, beat the Bears for Reggie. Chris D/FW, TX
Condolences to the Packer Family... loss of Reggie White. He helped seal the victory Super Bowl over my Patriots with his 3 sacks.
Sunday, December 26, 2004
Thanks Santa, I will not wish for anything until we play the vikes again. I have to say that this was the best X-mas ever. I got a packer leisure suit, and a packer sweatshirt and I wore it all today with my camouflage packer coat in 18 below zero weather. Yeah I have a little red in my blood, but I will bleed green till I die! The NFC North is clinched and I can now watch the games from the comfort from my ice shack. No worries fellas, long live the mystical flight of a Favre pass. Long Live the Pack Attack, Johnny K Chippewa Falls, WI
WE DID IT!!!!!!!! WE WON THE NFC NORTH DIVISION CHAMPIONSHIP FOR 3 STRAIGHT YEARS!!!!! Yet another heart attack game where we just eeked out but this time we earned it ourselves. What was so sweet about it this time is that WE took it from them at their house. They're is no deeply moving religious experience than ripping off the Biqueens. Oh how it must of felt to suffer the agony of losing the title yet again to the Green and Gold at home. Tis a joy to ponder the humiliation that the Queens suffer. Rock on Green and Gold because we have a game at Lambeau.....in the playoffs!!! Oh, by the way, please win Carolina and Seattle so the Queens get knocked out of the playoffs. Chris D/FW, TX
...and a very Merry Christmas it is in the land of Green and Gold as we all wake up to celebrate Christmas. Brett & Co. still have the magic that makes our memories!!!! Gonna take a few days for the smile to wane on my face. Happy Holidays! Lemondrop
Wuz up my fellow PACKER BACKERS it's the loco PACKER BROTHER in tha ft worth texas once agian or should I say three peat NFC NORTH CHAMPS AGIAN while all the biqueens are talking trash on purplepride.org "gay site" yep purple pride alright the color of eye punched out by that man you LOVE TO HATE the one only our leader Brett FAVRE can you say north king of the NORTH you tell me who the muthafuckin boss. SANTA FAVRE STOLE YOUR CHEERLEADERS AND YOUR GIFT OF SO CALLED CHAMPS YOU WERE GOING TO BE MAN NADA PENDEJOS NADA ..... VIVA LOS ENPACADORES "PACKERS" ARRIBA GREEN AND GOLD GOD BLESS THE PACK AND THE USA
Saturday, December 25, 2004
Thursday, December 23, 2004
o Chris Im with you on that my fellow Packer Backer I don't see why our Packers can't take out the biqueens at the humpty dumpty dome sure our D isn't that good but next season the will be ready trust me we have a young ready to win future super bowl defense dallas ain't the only one's that will be up there as far as our chariot leader we have been blessed to have him till now im down with him and I see second rounder coming remember all first rounder don't always make PACKER FANS MUCH TO Y'ALL IN GOD'S CHOSEN FOOTBALL TOWN FROM YOUR PACKER BACKER BROTHER OUTRAGED PACKERFAN IN FORT WORTH TEXAS GOD BLESS THE USA AND AND THE GREEN BAY PACKERS BEAT THE biqueens. remember you biqueens coming in here to snoop and attack this PRECIOUS SITE 3 BOWLS IS BETTER THAN NADA PENDEJOS ........ GO PACK GO! OFF WITH THEIR HEADS
Could the bestest present be wrapped in Green and Gold and not be found under the tree this year? Ya-hoo and Hoo-rah! It might be lurking & waiting somewheres in your TV set right now! After further review ---- I think the Packers will take the Mudducks at home on Christmas Eve day !!! Duane from Almost God's Country --Keep them roads plowed so those Green and Gold fans, that are making the awful drive to the DumptyDome, get there safe and sound! We need them to drown out that miserable HORN those people like to blow! Look for my man, Al Harris to shut down the infamous Candy Moss .. and I think we will see Donkey Cauliflower on his back once or twice. Also Brett might just be fed up with all the media about his game faces,family health reports, retirements, now a sprained thumb on his left hand... and come out the Smokin Gunslinger we all love to watch! Beer Kid --- love them Videos!!!! You sure run a Class Act Place!! (...who would expect anything less from a Packer Backer????!!!!) Merry Christmas to all you great Green and Gold's! Lemondrop -- IN God's Country
Tuesday, December 21, 2004
Beer Kid, If history shows us one thing, it's that the Green and Gold can kick ass to win the Division Title. I see no reason why our beloved Packers can't do it on Friday. Watch out you Heidi lookin' Viqueen fans, here comes our Pack to take the Division Title out from the Queer cities and bring it home to Titletown where it belongs!!!!! Go Pack Go! Chris, D/FW, TX
And again I say: This is going to come down to a Chrismas Eve road game in the HHH Metrodome. Gad zooks! Just one observation from yesterday's game: Jack Del Rio should be fined by the NFL for grinning and chuckling with his players while Robert Ferguson lay on the field recieving head-and-neck medical treatment. Duane from Almost God's Country
I just checked out this week's Rockwood Lodge and it was AWESOME! Great job Beer Kid! Let's hope the D shows up on Friday and Brett throws for 3 TD's rather than INT's and we can take home the Division Title... again :) Have a Wonderful Holiday and GO PACK GO!! PACKER PAUL
Monday, December 20, 2004
|A Chicago Bear fan, a Minnesota Viking fan and a Green Bay Packer fan were all in Saudi Arabia, sharing a smuggled crate of booze. All of a sudden Saudi police rushed in and arrested them. The mere possession of alcohol is a severe offense in Saudi Arabia, so for the terrible crime, they were sentenced to death! However, it was a Saudi national holiday the day their trial finished, and the extremely benevolent Sheik decided they could be released after receiving just 20 lashes each of the whip. As they were preparing for their punishment, the Sheik suddenly said, "It's my first wife's birthday today, and she has asked me to allow each of you one wish before your whipping."
The Bears fan was first in line (he drank the least), so he thought about this for a while and then said, "Please tie a pillow to my back." This was done, but the pillow only lasted 10 lashes before the whip went through. The Bears fan had to be carried away crying like a baby.
The Viking fan was next up (he almost finished an entire fifth by himself), and after watching the scene, said "All Right! Please fix two pillows on my back." But even two pillows could only take 15 lashes before the whip went through, sending the Viking fan out crying like a little girl.
|The Packer fan was the last one up (he had finished off the crate). The Sheik turned to him and said, "You support the greatest team in the world. Your city and fans are the greatest. For this, you may have two wishes!" Thanks, your most Royal highness," the Packer fan replies. "In recognition of your kindness, my first wish is that you give me not 20, but 100 lashes."
"Not only are you an honorable man, you are also very brave," the Sheik says with an admiring look on his face. "If 100 lashes is what you desire, then so be it. And your second wish? What is it to be?", the Sheik asks.
"Tie the Viking fan to my back."
Thursday, December 16, 2004
Tuesday, December 14, 2004
Thursday, December 09, 2004
|Check Out Classic Wisconsin's "Gift of the Magi Halfback"|
Magi were journeymen belonging to a hereditary priestly class in ancient Persia. Traditionally, the three magi beckoned by the Christmas angel to pay homage to the infant Jesus were known as the Wise Men.
That was before Lombardi. Before the power sweep, the Central Division or even the flying wedge.
Click here for more 'Gift of the Magi Halfback'
Wow! What a spectrum of emotions yesterday. Does anyone want the NFC North crown? Anyone? Anyone? As we hoped it wouldn't, this is going to come down to a Chrismas Eve road game in the HHH Metrodome. Gad zooks! Duane from Almost God's Country
I-Ka-Rum-Ba...I thought perhaps the guys would do a tad bit better against them beagles from the city of brotherly shove. But, fellow Packer Fans--- I guess we have to take that 1 on the chin and cross every part of our bodies that we are able to cross,(? anyone a contortionist?) and just roar, Bring on the Kittens... me thinks Brett and Co have a nice dish of Meow Mix all ready for them at Lambeau!! Lemondrop
the bears will beat the packers
Friday, December 03, 2004
|TCB - Contributing Writer for Packer Palace.|
I always wondered if the NBA hired a top flight scriptwriter to create Michael Jordan's career. He had the kind of life as a professional basketball player that could have been put together by Aristotle. Wunderkind learns from sage how to maximize talents, wins championships, falls from grace (gambling and playing minor league baseball), returns from the cold to triumph again. Of course we left out the Washington Wizards (nee Bullets, which is certainly more appropriate) era, but maybe the NBA had let the scriptwriter go by then. My guess is that in order to get back at the NBA, the same writer volunteered his services to script the remaining career of every Wisconsin native's favorite Mississippian. Cruel fate and Freddie Mitchell conspired to derail his plot last year, but it looks like our scriptwriter has been up late banging on his vintage Remington typewriter once again. A Monday night romp on Favre's 200th consecutive start with the occasional camera shot of No. 4's ill-but-still-very-easy-on-the-eyes wife is the kind of marketing material to make a league president weak in the knees.
Wednesday, December 01, 2004
Hey, Wanted to let you know how much my family loves your sight. Fun for the whole family, really! My 3 year old loves the cat swinging on the fan, Barney the Dinosaur and snoopy. As a big Ramone's fan I think the Sheena flick was your best, my wife loves your Kill Bill II take off. Every week my 2 daughters, 6 & 9 beg me to look at your sight. Just don't get whimpy on us. Thanks, Dean, Rhinelander
Wow! What a game! We kicked ass on defense and offense Monday night. Favre is still the king and Najeh Davenport has proven he can hold his own. kudos to Walker and Driver both of which posted impressive catches and TD's. The Pack are on a roll people so don't forget it. All you doubters out there should be ashamed of yourselves!!! Never doubt the Favre-Mobile!!!!! Let's go to Philly and kick ass and to Hell with Viqueens!!!!! Chris DFW, TX
Hey Beer Kid. Happy Holidays. Enjoyed the posts. Your posts are so enjoyable. I am just about ready to grab a seat on the bus. Next week is the week and you can be sure I will be watching every play. I am going to Tivo the game and replay every play.
It has been incredibly interesting to see how this season has played out. Cudos to Sherman and the team for righting the ship and providing the Packer faithful with another enjoyable season. Favre - what can you say other than I will truly shed a tear when this man hangs it up. Brett, I have thanked you for providing me 12 years of no less than 8-8. I love you Brett and Gods speed to your wife Deanna and her battle with the big C.
Mike Sherman you need to relenquish the the GM role and just be our head coach and offensive coordinator. Tom - I am sorry about the angioplasty - but you are fired. I wanted you fired two years ago and Shermans play calling just re-enforces the fact you suck.
Ahman - Batman - Green, Robin Davenport is bigger and badder than you are. No contract extension here. Sherman the GM - trade Ahman for some draft picks so we can get a defensive line.
Packer Nation - I am eating my shit and loving every win. Peace Out All and GOD Bless America and the Green Bay Packers! Juan Molitor - San Diego, CA
Howdy, Walker...Here's a take on the Texans game from another Wisconsinite transplanted in Houston. It wasn't 7 points, but a must needed win is a win. I was amazed to see how many cheezers were at the game. When that last field goal nicked off the post, you could hear the roar of the Packer crowd in a stadium with 70,000 plus. Lombardi must have been smiling down on us. Now, if we could ever get those Texans cheerleaders to move to Lambeau...
OK. It's time to say it: Told you so! (You and me, Lemondrop. You and me.) I don't know any more than anyone else if the Packers can knock off the Eagles. But for all you unfaithful, aren't you glad that you were wrong, and this weekend's game MATTERS? Duane from Almost God's Country
Best site I have ever seen! Keep it up. Chad Pink
I will look EVERY DAY. God Bless the men in Green and Gold and all the fans that follow their games. Lemon
Happy Turkey Day! Love what you've done with the site. Keep up the good work and lets kick the Rams ass! UP North