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Was at the best Grey Cup party ever at TCU Place. The Saskatchewan Roughriders winning brought everydody together in unity through out the Rider Nation all across this world. Than headed to 8th St. where people lined the street and slapped hands of people driving by while they honked. Just amazing to see the unity. WE’RE NUMBER ONE! WE DID IT! All the nay sayers can suck it. We proved them wrong! Was an amazing game and party atmosphere! My voice is beyond shot. Let’s repeat in 2014!
We did for Geroy Simon in one season what the British Columbia Lions couldn’t do during his whole time there. Cory Sheets made history rushing for the most yards in a Grey Cup game. Phenomenal. We were just superbly better than the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on this day. A great repeat of 1989 except without Kent Austin.
Sungha Jung blows my mind with his cover of Miley Cyrus’s “Wrecking Ball.” So damn good!
I wrote this and the entire history of the world in news feed form because I really like history jokes. This entire thing is probably the piece of writing that I am most proud of. It is also the most stolen thing I’ve ever done. People are constantly ripping off chunks and posting them on other sites without any credit. One such site that I won’t link to because fuck them posted this portion a few days ago and it has gotten 1.5 million views on their site. Again, with no credit. As someone whose employment is based on the quantifiable success of her content, and as someone whose career is based on having people know that I wrote the thing they’re currently enjoying, this is infuriating. But the bigger issue with that particular site, and in contextless, creditless posting in general, is that many people commented on that post saying that they wanted to see more, but they had no means of finding out that there was, in fact, more.
This is interesting. Very creative look at history if Facebook existed in this era.