Idiot of the week: 5/31

After years of wasting time and money, Floyd Landis came clean about doping.  The case of him being an idiot, open and shut.


Congratulations to Floyd Landis for being the idiot of the week for May 31st. sums up the scum known as Floyd Landis quite well.  Here’s a piece of that article and click the link for more.

The once and done cycling great was accused of doping after winning the Tour de France in 2006. He passionately pleaded his innocence from the moment the charges surfaced.

He went to court, he wrote a book pleading his case — “Positively Innocent” — and worst of all he took people’s donations to fill the coffers of his defense fund.

He even held a fundraiser at the Ephrata Performing Arts Center in March 2007 where he spoke before 300 people about being railroaded by the international cycling authorities.


Idiot of the week: 5/24

Last week we find out the Veterans of the Kansas City “Chefs” were nice enough to pay for the “imports” for the lower salaried players on the team.  “Imports?” you may be asking right now, let Kansas City “Chef” Dwayne Bowe explain.


"You hear stories about groupies hanging out in hotel lobbies, but some of my teammates had it set up so there was a girl in every room. The older guys get on MySpace and Facebook a week before we go to a city; when a pretty one writes back, they arrange to fly her in three or four days in advance," Bowe told ESPN the Magazine.


Congratulations to Dwayne Bowe for being our idiot of the week.  Why? Because he just ruined a good time for a lot of incoming players.  Runner up: His mom for spelling his name “Dwayne”.


Source: News Services

Idiot of the week: 5/10

The idiots of the week keep getting easier.  Although Lawrence Taylor would usually win the award for his horrible actions, we saw an entire fan base upstage LT last week.  I’d be a bit nervous about saying this normally but I’m pretty confident that this entire fan base can’t read…

Congratulations to Phillies Fan base for being our idiots of the week.

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