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Conan the Barbarian Knows What’s Best in Life June 4, 2008

Posted by Master Shake in Latest Info.
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If you happened to be in the crowd this past friday to see the Stoners take on Morris County Colonials, then you will understand the following quote:

Mongol General: What is best in life?
Conan the Barbarian: To crush your enemies, to see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentations of their women.

Not suprisingly, Conan is totally on the money here.  Plus he has a pretty sweet tooth necklace.  Never argue with a guy wearing a tooth necklace.

Morris County were crushed every way imaginable.  Defense: check; midfield: check; offense, check and QUADRUPLE CHECK.  4-0.   Not since the Battle of Cannae has one side so thoroughly defeated the other.  It was as if Hannibal himself were leading the charge.

To add some slight insult to injury, some members of the crowd (mostly yours truly) began to politely harrass the Colonials.  This was aided by a large bass drum brought by a member of the Sons of Ben, a few of whom were in attendance and were rightly impressed by the Stoners performance.  As a 2,700-member supporters club, it’s always good to have some backup, especially when the only people you can get to chant are 10 year-old girls (who did a great job by the way).

Next match: Boston Aztec on Saturday afternoon.  Penn’s Army are travelling to the match.  With a drum.  Possibly a flag.  As Conan would say “For us, there is no spring. Just the wind that smells fresh before the storm.”

I have no idea what that means, but it sounds like he means business.

UPDATE: DUE TO A FAMILY EMERGENCY, WE WILL NOT BE ATTENDING THE BOSTON MATCH.  THE BLOG WILL BE SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTCE.

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Comments»

1. Nobody Important - June 4, 2008

Harassing the opposition? Save it for Boston; I think it’ll be more necessary then.

2. Bolton - June 4, 2008

Poor Kiernan


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