Votre duo préféré est encore au rendez-vous.
L’autre Donald se défoule encore une fois dans les Fous Éduqués.
Est-ce que vous êtes prêts?
Ah, le Fou Éduqué et son boubou (le petit ours et compagnon de Yogi l’Ours dans l’émission Yogi l’Ours).
Vu des petits problèmes techniques, cet épisode vient d’être en ondes. Mais le sujet est toujours d’actualité.
Les Patriotes, Les Steelers, Le Fou Éduqué qu’il parle de mes finances et Maroon 5.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year.
Tous les fans de football américain ont chanté au moins une fois cette chanson durant le début de la saison de la NFL qui est un grand classique de Monsieur Crosby.
On commence cette nouvelle en force avec les chroniques de notre cher Fou Éduqué, monsieur Donald Démosthènes.
Il a déjà beaucoup de choses à nous dire.
Écoutons-le avec attention.
Written by Sabine Demosthenes
This Sunday my chronicle disciples, we will witness the last supper of the New England Patriots.
Some of you could be calling me crazy, but I feel the end is near for this groundbreaking dynasty.
We all knew when The Beatles were starting to dissolve. It started with the Sgt Pepper album. Bryan Epstein died and they were like lost boys with their big brother managing the everything in between part of their band. Paul McCartney had this idea that they should do an album but not as The Beatles. They will be a totally different band.
The album was a new chapter for them and they were still the kings of Rock ‘N’ Roll. (For me, Revolver was the game changer for them).
Slowly but surely, the boys from Liverpool that shared the same ego,or maybe didn’t have any, were becoming men with four different egos and goals. On The White Album, it was so clear. When you listen to this album, it’s four solo projects thrown into one album.
Soon after, The Let It Be Album was the result of the new dynamic in the band and we could feel the end was near. You saw this band as a unit and they became a band with two members fighting to be the leader.
With this example, you can see where I am going.
Bill Belichick made sure, for so many years, that the boys didn’t bring ego into the locker room and onto the playground. He was the mastermind. They were united.
But slowly, things seemed to change. Tom Brady did a John Lennon himself, by bringing in his version of Yoko Ono aka his personal trainer into the team. He started talking like he was the man, the conquerer and the force behind The Pats.
Something seemed different. They had a damn good team but the cracks are starting to show.
The divorce will happen. Like The Fab Four that delivered their one last masterpiece, Abbey Road, as a farewell to all of us. The Patriots will win this Sunday. The only difference is some of them won’t know that things will never be the same.
They have two leaders now. One of them will send the divorce papers or say “I’m out”.
It’s won’t be Tom.
You guessed it! I predict Bill Belichick will leave, with class, and he will conquer the NFL with a brand new team.
The bets are in. Who’s with us?
Like the last song from The Beatles, here are some bittersweet lyrics:
“And in the end,
The love you take
Is equal to the love you make
Let’s enjoy the Last Supper.”
Written by Sab Demosthenes
The Patriots are going (again) to the Super Bowl. I’m not a happy camper.
And to make things worst, Philadelphia Eagles are joining the party.
For all the Steelers fans, Dallas Cowboys nation and others teams, it’s a nightmare.
But I must admit the Pats have this capacity of being a discipline team and they keep their cool under stressful situation.
Tom Brady is without a doubt The Greatest (ouch) QB of all time and he will have more rings than me in his jewelry box.
Honestly, how many rings that a man need in his fingers. I could hear the hubby saying the same thing for me.
My prediction for this year Super Bowl will be the Pats as winner but I think it will be their last and the end of the dynasty. We all know what is going on but no ones really want to tackle the subject as it is.
We do read here and there some glimpse but I will make this promise that you will read really soon our theory with the help of Donnie Demosthenes aka The Educated Fool.
But let’s be in the moment, I am putting my money on Belichick’s army.
In three weeks, my blood pressure (and the rest of NFL citizens) will be lower since there will be no more football on TV.
I guess it will be the right time to watch The Crown on Netflix, to learn how to do some scrapbooking and others activities right…
Hmm hell no (except for watching The Crown).
I will cry a river until the FIFA World Cup will start.
Written by Sab Demosthenes