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FITSNews Lands In A Clemson Chatroom? October 22, 2007

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MUST BE A MISTAKE

FITSNews – October 22, 2007 – Apparently our article from this morning informing South Carolina head football coach Steve Spurrier of our God-given right to “boo” during a home loss to Vanderbilt has made its way into more than a few Clemson Football chatrooms this afternoon.

Which is surprising since the story did not reference “cows,” “crops,” “manure,” “seed,” “overalls,” “tractors,” or “incest.”

Actually, we take that back. The real surprise is that Clemson fans can read. Good thing d’ers lotsa peektures on dinnernet.

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1. abc123 - October 22, 2007

wilbur, where are you from originally? your parents? it’s really revealing when people like you mock the rural traditions of the south. redneck from somewhere like irmo, maybe? i bet you wear a little gold on the neck and wrist…

2. caligula - October 22, 2007

perhaps he just jealous of the rural dialect

3. Don Johnson - October 22, 2007

Clemson fans can read? Really? Dang. Will, you missed one other buzzword. You didn’t really write “crappy football team.” That would have gotten the Clemson fans rolling.

4. Carl Spackler - October 22, 2007

Yore humor is asstounding. Wheerd ya git that pitchfork?

“Rural traditions of the south” include incest and goobers. Git over it.

Oh, yeah. Clempson beat Directional Michigan, one of ESPN’s perennial Bottom 10. Git over the big win, pussy cats. You ain’t proved nothin.

5. Believe It Not - October 22, 2007

sic(k) “wilbur” is not from Irmo, but he has “slept it off” there a few times according to “unnamed” but “reliable” sources who agreed to speak only to Believe It Not News.

6. Will McKenzie - October 26, 2007

James Dickey, USC Poet in Residence until his 1997 death, played tailback at Clemson and graduated from Vanderbilt.

Seems like a good time to bring that up. Think about it for a minute, and you might get my point.

But, if not, consider that SAT scores for Clemson students have been higher than Carolina students’ this particular century.

If that still doesn’t clarify things, think about the 63 special admits Spurrier signed for USC’s football team the past three years. For USC math majors, that’s 21 per year.

Keep making jokes about how stupid Clemson fans are if you want. Me, I’ve been to both schools, and I know which one’s a joke.


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