A Rare Medium Well Done
This will not be a popular blog. Most of you will loathe my thoughts. Just please know these are MY opinions. And also comprehend that these are researched and widely accepted facts.
In the small illustration the Cowboys won a game that they needed. But in the large frame, the team pulled together with the intermittent application of human palliatives.
I understand the devastating affects of mental illness. I would later myself be diagnosed with depression. I educated myself on the disease. I have a deeper understanding of death and how it can rip apart all that is good.
The Cowboys have been the most innovative team in the long history of the NFL. Here a a few items the Cowboys pioneered….
There was a time that football was on the chopping block of extinction. It almost faded before it flourished. A former president once lamented, “football is a menacing layer of primal barbarism”.
In what is becoming all to frequent, the Former Cowboys spit the bit. They consumed turkey chili, then proceeded to choke on it.
It should be noted that Loria is a pugnacious, self-righteous character of charmless egocentricity. He’s a crook. In his arrogant defiance of fate, he played the paying customers.
“Even the finest sword plunged into salt water will eventually rust”. Sun Tzu wrote this passage in his book, ‘The Art of War’. It was published over 2,000 years ago. It was relevant then, it’s relevant now.
Even as Czar Jerry’s wall of arrogance and bluster held court after the victory, even he knew this was a complicated mix of accomplishment and more dreadful mistakes.
The cauldron of intrigue soon turned ambitious and aggressive. Or to put it in NASCAR terms, the ass-kicking was underway.
Czar Jerry reminds me of a Mort Sahl observation: “Washington couldn’t tell a lie. Nixon couldn’t tell the truth. Reagan couldn’t tell the difference”.
F.Scott Fitzgerald once pondered: ‘Nothing is as obnoxious as other peoples luck’. Well ole F.Scott would have gone insane if he was at Texas Motor Speedway yesterday. My obnoxious meter was red-lining!