Fantasy Drafts

Thursday, December 08, 2005

The Breakfast Cereal Big Board

2:27 PM

It is really amazing how some people can make a living by commenting on and evaluating somebody else's work without having to produce anything themselves. Mel Kiper (pictured), Bill O'Reilly, Sarah, Adam, you get the point. Anyway, our good friend at brooforamerica.com is clearly not one of those people, he simply enjoys fsd.bs.com for the fun of it.

He graciously volunteered to do a draft board for our next draft: Breakfast Cereals. His tracking will certainly be an invaluable ("What a country!") resource. Maybe even Sydney will read it; remember, even though she's fallen down the leaderboard, she has a phenomenal upside.

Fokker, Out.

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

breakfast cereals is perhaps the "most boringest" (yeah i made that up) topic you all done in awhile. Do something provacitive, something actually smart, or just go eat cheereos mixed with your favorite over-priced waterred down european beers -- fag!

2:49 PM  
Anonymous Sarah (Not Really) said...

your mom.

3:11 PM  
Anonymous Actually Sarah said...

I'm sorry, we don't stand for "smart" here. We stand for "delicious breakfast cereals."

4:26 PM  
Anonymous really, truly Sarah said...

I'm still frosted about my dad's grade on the amendments draft. I didn't expect any more from Adam's dad (and he's got such an obvious crush on sydney).

2:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

When really good players play checkers, they draw the first several moves out of a hat, for obvious reasons.

Certain cereals should be removed from contention for similar obvious reasons. Cheerios, for example. Otherwise, whoever selects first selects Cheerios and wins, no matter what else happens.

To the same effect: Froot Loops. If Cheerios are disqualified, then whoever selects first picks Froot Loops, and wins.

Think about it.

2:31 PM  
Anonymous Sarah, for real, creeps said...

hey,t hat wasn't me! stop it!

11:18 PM  

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