Thursday, September 13, 2007

NEWS FLASH!!!!-An Empty Loyalty Circle Parking Lot

A Fighting Illini football tradition continues! (Besides losing under Coach Guenther, ushers who are 80 years old, blue hair ladies from Monticello whining about fans standing up on 3d down). Now that the DIA has moved the old Blue Lot to the east and made it the "new" Loyalty Circle parking lot, the empty spaces are there for all to see. I guess the DIA did it so the fat cats could have a shorter walk to the Stadium Club tent.

From this picture, taken 15 minutes before kickoff vs. Western Illinois, it appears nothing has changed. Loyalty Circle zealots still don't bother going to the games. My WIU friend took this photo when he wasn't making fun of the idiot WIU fans who kept swearing up a blue streak during the game.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

The only people with a right to complain- engineering, accounting, and who else?

Because the rest of you losers didn't even get into a top 5 college in your field. So now you want to complain about our coach because our program isn't currently percieved as top 5?

Or, perhaps you're a self-made person who started at the lowly U of I (like Bruce at SIU), but YOU have made yourself into a multi-billionaire, and thus your intolerance for less than stellar performance.

More than likely, you're an ag salesman, dentist, field installer for DirectTV, insurance analyst, teacher, or corporate middle manager who has no right to constantly expect elite (top10?) recruits (who we've had and are getting) and an elite coach (who we have) to go to Final Fours (where we've been)- unless you hold yourself to that high a standard.

Go Illini!

1:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That guy is a total a$$hat. I majored in English at SIU and I went to John Marshall and graduated in the top quarter of my class, I have every right to complain about the basketball program. I went to 2 games last year alone.

1:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah, and I guarantee you're in some crappy job with your SIU degree like managing an ethanol plant in Decatur or Dixon or working as a rent-a-cop at Harrah's Joliet casino.

1:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I live in Alsip and work in Gary as a Per-Mar security guard outside of a steel mill, hardly a crappy job by any standard. Unfortunately, I failed the personality test to get a job at the Harrah's in Joliet, they have very high standards. I had banked on getting that job to pay my mortgage in Homewood, but I missed a few payments and the bank foreclosed. A friend from law school is suing the bank and Fannie Mae for predatory lending and I hope to get my house back so I can get out of my mom's attic.

Regardless, the good thing about my job at the mill is that working as a private security guard, I get to put my law degree to good use, as I frequently have to exercise discretion in determining whether or not I should arrest people walking around in a suspicious manner outside of the mill.

Basically, the fella with that first post is an idiot though, because guys like me are sharp people with high standards, the one or two games a year I go to give me every right to complain as it is guys like me who are the backbone of Illinois basketball.

2:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you expect to win at FOOTBALL, you need a better coach than Ron Zook. He's not the long-term solutions to the problems plaguing your football program right now.

If Zook does well this year, it's because the Big Ten is rather weak; with the exception of Ohio State, Penn State and Wisconsin that conference can't hold a candle to a powerhouse like the SEC right now.

If y'all have another 3-win or less season this year, you should give serious thought to replacing Zook.

8:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey 8:14AM - nice, subtle Florida-trolling. Stay the hell out of here. Zook is the best freaking coach ever and he will win MULTIPLE national titles at Illinois, not just 1 like that f-tard Meyer.

1:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The day moRon Zook wins ANY National Championship at Illinois will be the day pigs fly. Don't kid yourself, and don't go knocking Meyer - he can sweep the Zooker under the rug.

6:20 AM  

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