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Friday, November 18, 2005

Didn't The Bears Get The Memo?

The one that reads, if you have an off-day event at an FBI site, don't hold your intramural Steel Cage matches (in this case, without the cage) there. It's just not a good idea to get into a rip-roaring brawl in the FBI's living room, so to speak (okay, it was a shooting range). Need I say more?

Click here and read all about it.

Thankfully, no guns were involved, just a couple of big 'ol offensive linemen doin' some wrasslin'.

And pummeling each other pretty well.

In case those linemen hadn't checked, their team is well on their way to the playoffs. Save the energy for the opposition guys, or you would have thought that's what they would have done. Because now they'll have to save some money for the FBI investigation.

I've heard the comment that fiction writers have to write believable stuff, because otherwise it won't sell. Well, if you made this up, I don't think people would believe it, but here it is. I haven't checked my own prior posts as to how the Bears did on the Wonderlic, but perhaps this was a case where regardless of the venue, emotions took over.

Thankfully, no one got badly hurt.

Not even the Bears' playoff chances.

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