Go ahead and use that clever little search feature this board has, and look up threads I've posted in regarding anything to do with India. I'm sure 32, crash, play2win, jamaican, the mo, and a list of others can attest to my strong sense of humor, particularly when it comes to my own culture and religion.
However, you'll have to excuse me this one time as I didn't find the joke appropriate in a news thread referencing a post that had nothing to do with Sanjay or his background. Even then, all I did was express my mild displeasure, and joked that 7-11s don't sell coaches. If you think that was an overreaction to a clearly derogatory post, I can quickly type up 500 powerful words on just how unpleasant that was for me to read as a die-hard football fan, a fan of the Jets in particular, and the pride I take in the fact that in an already exclusive NFL coaches club, someone who shares my heritage finally broke his way in.
Humor can be fickle when it brushes against something near to your heart.
I didn't read the thread yet, but I have to say I find it quite amusing that you suggest a google search to prove you have a sense of humor, and then have some people vouch for your funniness. Reminds me of "Good morning Vietnam".
Lieutenant Steven Hauk: I understand you're pretty funny as a dee-jay and, well, comedy is kind of a hobby of mine. Well, actually, it's a little more than just a hobby, Reader's Digest is considering publishing two of my jokes.
Adrian Cronauer: Really.
Lieutenant Steven Hauk: Yeah. And perhaps some night we could maybe get together and swap humorous stories, for fun.
Adrian Cronauer: Oh, why not? Maybe play a couple of Tennessee Ernie Ford records, that'd be a hoot.
Lieutenant Steven Hauk: That's a joke, right?
Adrian Cronauer: Maybe.
Lieutenant Steven Hauk: I get it.
[the audience response to Hauk replacing Cronauer on the radio]
Staff Sgt. Dreiwitz: Sir, these letters are unequivocal! Uh, e.g.
[reads a letter]
Staff Sgt. Dreiwitz: "Hey, Hauk. Eat a bag of ****. You suck." Now that's pretty much to the point, sir, not much gray area in this one.
Adrian Cronauer: What's the demilitarized zone? It sounds like something from the Wizard of Oz "Oh no don't go in there!" "Ohhh wee ohh. Ho Chi Minh." "Oh look you've landed in Saigon. You're amongst the little people now." "We represent the ARVN army, the ARVN army. Oh no! Follow the Ho Chi Minh trail! Follow the Ho Chi Minh trail!"
Lieutenant Steven Hauk: I think some apologies are in order.
Adrian Cronauer: [On Lt. Hauk] In the dictionary under "*******" it says "See him."
Lt. Steven Hauk: Who do we have slated for live entertainment in November?
Phil McPherson: Well, we originally wanted Bob Hope, but it turns out he won't come.
Lt. Steven Hauk: Why not?
Edward Garlick: He doesn't play police actions, just wars. Bob likes a big room, sir.
Lt. Steven Hauk: That is not funny!
Private Abersold: How about if it escalated?
Lt. Steven Hauk: How about if what escalated?
Private Abersold: The Vietnam conflict.
Lt. Steven Hauk: The Vietnam conflict. We are not going to escalate a whole war just so we can book a big name comedian!
As will I. If McIntyre is the starting OLB in place of Coples, I predict that those will be some unhappy games.
If he is it will be on running downs only. I've checked the numbers, and I don't think Barnes is as bad against the run as people think. Sapp also, although he made a few mistakes, set the edge pretty nicely on Saturday. The last thing I want is for Calvin to move back over to the "rush" position.