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Wednesday, August 19th, 2009


Haven’t we been over this already? Trading one hick for another, the Vikings released John David Bo0ty of Shreveport, LA (where good people go to dieĀ©) and signed the (suspiciously?) zombie-like Favre.

I’m seriously when I say that we’re over it.

G: We’re Over It

Sunday, January 25th, 2009

It’s Gatorade. Seriously, can we just stop now?

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Microsoft’s Mojave Experiment: Over It

Monday, July 28th, 2008
Microsoft's Mojave Experiment Teaser Page

Microsoft's Mojave Experiment Teaser Page

How does Handsome do it? How can we already be over something that hasn’t launched yet? First of all, knowledge isn’t just power, it’s Handsome. We found out about the Mojave Experiment from a Twitter feed we follow (check out our 140 character rants if you’re up to it) and did a little research about its origins. Microsoft ran a program where users tried the new Windows ‘Mojave’ operating system, but (gotcha!) it’s just Vista. And apparently, the test subjects liked it.

We’re over it. Listen Microsoft, Vista sucks, but it’s not just Vista that did it. (Read on …)

Brett Favre: We Are Officially Over It

Wednesday, July 23rd, 2008

This is the first in an ongoing series of things we’re over. Why are we over them? Because they’re ugly, they’re embarassing, they’re out of context, or they’re all around offensive. Enjoy.

Whiny bitches not allowed at training camp

Whiny bitches are not allowed at training camp

Despite the fact that should a certain member’s girlfriend ever find this point it could be grounds for termination, we are officially over Brett Favre. It all started with a heartfelt, teary-eyed retirement speech shortly after the Giants (who had defeated the Packers in a crushing, last minute win in the division championships) won their surpirse victory over the Patriots. I don’t care who you are, everyone has to feel for a Super Bowl-winning Old Yeller getting put out to pasture.

Then the rumors started… but these were expected, right? Nothing was going on in the NFL and a little old fashioned rumor mongering about a great-but-now-”retired” quarterback makes for good news when nothing is going on and the NBA playoffs haven’t started yet. In recent weeks you can’t turn on ESPN without coming across another ridiculous story about whether or not Favre would show up to training camp or what his value as an old man is on the market. (Read on …)