The Ballad of the Green Brigade

Kim Hastings FishWrap, FishWrap Archive Leave a Comment

 

Fighting Ducks against the sky

Tall indeed

www.flickr.com

Tall indeed.

These are men who jump so high

LaMike

www.sammillerart.com

LaMike

Men who mean just what they say

"I intend to return to school simply to hang another half a hundred on the nasty Beavers. Peace out, and Go Ducks."

forums.denverbroncos.com

“I intend to return to school simply to hang another half a hundred on the nasty Beavers.  Peace out, and Go Ducks.”

The brave men of the Green Brigade

1917 Rose Bowl Champs

en.wikipedia.org

1917 Rose Bowl Champs

Trained to live on Husky meat

Mmmmm....

commons.wikimedia.org

Mmmmm….

Washington they’re sure to beat

Fleeing town

seattletimes.com

Fleeing town.

Men who fight by day and night

Under the lights

Under the lights.

Listen not, to Herbie’s hype

"I think the Huskies will be strong this year.  Want a brat?"

www.boston.com

“I think the Huskies will be strong this year.  Want a brat?”

Put silver wings on my son’s chest

Or at least on his pads

uniformcritics.com

Or at least on his pads.

Make him one of Oregon’s best

Dennis Dixon

blog.oregonlive.com

Dennis Dixon

Give him everything he needs

Yes, he needs this.

en.wikipedia.org

Yes, he needs this.

Keep him clear of Cliffy’s weed.

Coming legally to a state near you.

www.marijuanaseedbanks.com

Coming legally to a state near you.

 

Top photo by commons.wikipedia.org

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Mr. FishDuck … You Simply Can’t Handle MY Opinions!


Baloney.
I want all opinions here as it enables us see the full spectrum of ideas and helps us to learn from others and modify our own views as a result. In fact, this is the only Duck website where you can safely share your full-spectrum views on Oregon Sports.

If there is a problem … it is with your behaviors, and not your opinion, even if unpopular. Be polite and courteous to others and you will be reciprocated, and consequently you’ll have a tremendous experience on FishDuck.

The majority of our rules can be summarized to this: 1) be polite and respectful, 2) keep it clean for grandchildren reading, and 3) no reference to politics.

Easy-Peasy!