View Full Version : Dig for BB material much? A much-too-much

01-21-2009, 01:29 PM
I generally like Kissing Suzy Kolber (the site where I found the Steelers/Nazi photoshop gem).

The site has some pretty funny stuff, so I check back every so often.

The only thing that annoys me about the site is the seemingly irrational HATRED for the Pittsburgh Steelers (mainly their fans). It hasn't ever really been enough to keep me from going there, and it still, despite REALLY coming out now, does not really stop me.

I saw this post there today. These guys are looking for ANYTHING to hate on. There may be some language here (there certainly is all over the site) that is not appropriate for our young 'uns. (I'll edit the passage)



If you thought the 19-0 sh*t was out of hand last year, you might want to sit down for this one. Somebody in Pittsburgh has already deemed Super Bowl XLIII a foregone conclusion, and started a line of apparel that…um…well…just read the f**king blockquote:

A Pittsburgh-area printing company is releasing its newest Pittsburgh Steelers T-shirt today to area retailers. All Pro Embroidery and Screen Printing is releasing its “On The Road To Sixburgh” T-shirt to retailers as the Steelers attempt to be the first franchise to win six Super Bowls.

Steelers MVP linebacker and NFL Defensive Player Of The Year James Harrison is featured on the shirt.

Their next line of shirts? Hopefully something like, “Big Ben Has Full Recovery From Concussion.” D***bags.


Only one person in the comments box actually takes a rationale angle at this story. Of course, that person will be belittled because the majority of the fanbase there is not only not Steelers fans but very ANTI-Steelers, in fact.

Anyway, the pathetic attempt at stirring up controversy is mind-numbing.

The fall-in-place sheep that leave messages in the comment box AGREEING is even more sad...

Comment? Questions? Concerns? You should at least have concerns. These people appear to be absolute void of freely thinking for themselves.

In actuality, Kissing Suzy Kolber can be more closely paralleled to fascism than the Steelers organization and their fan-base. :noidea:

P.S. Don't even try to defend it on the site. Seriously... it's not worth your time.

01-21-2009, 01:33 PM
Don't frequent the site and not about to start. :coffee:

01-21-2009, 01:35 PM
Now that I think about it, though, if people want to go over there and leave some comments... go ahead!

That will piss them off even more.

01-21-2009, 01:46 PM
Why wouldn't someone start marketing for a sixth Super Bowl? I mean it's eventually gonna come. Very likley this year since we are in the game.

01-21-2009, 01:50 PM
To me, that shirt isn't stating victory.

01-21-2009, 01:53 PM
What is the difference between this & when we said "one for the thumb"

01-21-2009, 01:54 PM
What is the difference between this & when we said "one for the thumb"

The "douchebag element" in this country has grown exponentially since 1980, mainly.

01-21-2009, 01:55 PM
It doesnt say we won or gona wion Infact itr say ON the road meaning we are on our way to get it, not that we have it not like the 19-0 crap from last year nice try!

01-21-2009, 01:57 PM
Because Mean Joe came up with "One for the Thumb in '81" - and everybody loves Mean Joe Greene.