Sunday, December 16, 2007

Delilah Does Dallas

As portrayed on television by Tony Romo and Jessica Simpspon.
Anyone watching the game think about that age old story of Samson and Delilah?

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It would appear that not only did Romo get his hair cut, he must've eaten a whole passel of grapes and drank flagons of wine. The "dead body no touchy" thing might have been referring to the Cowboy team at large.

Though just why Jessica Simpson would need silver as an enticement to learn Romo's strength secret is not clear....maybe her silver is translated to the Silver Screen - great photo ops and publicity.

The part of the roaring lions is played by...the Philadelphia Eagles, of course.

Maybe there was no Philistine plot afoot, perhaps Romo just had this on his mind instead of the game.


Foo said...

I was at a Christmas party and didn't see the game, but the crew on one of the morning radio shows put forward a theory very similar to yours, as explanation for Romo's performance. So there must be something to it.

All I can say about the bikini pic is that, if that was his excuse... well, at least he has a good one. After viewing that, it took me three tries to get my fingers on the home keys so I could type this comment.

Cowtown Pattie said...


DarkoV said...

CP, Why can't the reason for Romo's Ruin simply be a superior defensive plan drwan up and executed by the Iggles? The Philly Boys lost their last 4 games by a combined difference of, like...uhhmmmm, 3 points (new math skills required).

As far as that link is concerned, I'll go with that French expression, avoir du monde au balcon and her "balcony" seems at the point of collapse in that photo outlay. That's what happens when structures aren't adequately buttressed.

Cowtown Pattie said...

Shoot, Dallas shudda whupped 'em with their eyes half-shut. They didn't come with their game on.

Eagles weren't that outstanding, por moi, they just hit the jackpot by employing the wiles of a wicked city woman.

Surely McNabb, whose ancetors might have been Philistines (Phillies anyway), introduced the two star-crossed lovers, no?