Brett Favre Cornfield Maze. Nooooooooo!
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Try As You Might, There Is No Escaping Brett Favre

7/17/08 in NFL   |   100%InjuryRate   |   1283 respect



If you'd like to know why I've specifically spent all of my life on either the west or east coast, let me present you with this.

Thanks to a couple of seriously bored Wisconsinites, Brett Favre is now literally everywhere, including a cornfield that's visible from the sky. In other words, time to cross Wisconsin off the list of future vacation sites (not that I was ever planning on going there anyway).

Carlene and Duane Schultz created a cornfield maze on their property in Elva, Wisconsin that opens to the public on Sept. 1. That way you can get even more lost in this whole mess, except this time literally. I've heard Peter King and John Madden are already camping out by the cornfield so they can be first in line.

Supposedly the Schultzes are also working on a cornfield maze that shows Favre throwing Aaron Rodgers under a bus.
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7/19/08   |   ChicaQueso

RichmondSpider wrote:
and back and back - and then demand to be traded to a new corn field...

Maybe instead of directing all your life's bitterness towards Brett, you should hope he gets traded to Washington's cornfield so you guys have a glimmer of hope at seeing a ring again someday.... :)

7/19/08   |   RichmondSpider

snbslugger wrote:
If you build it.. he will come (back).

and back and back - and then demand to be traded to a new corn field...

7/18/08   |   jakeob1106   |   15 respect

Pat wrote:


The ribbon is like those pink breast cancer ribbons, because Brett Favre's tears cure cancer.

In fact, his "retirement" wasn't even really a retirement... it was a charity event for the American Cancer Society.
(Edited by jakeob1106)

I know athletes can have a big impact on out lives but damn, he's a rich qb that's done nothing but play football and make a disgusting amount of money doing it. So to show appreciation some farmer used a field he could have made some more corn on, because God knows we need more ethanol, or maybe not used a tank of 5.00 diesel fuel to do that. Rant over.

7/18/08   |   ChicaQueso

I won't comment on the other comments it'd take up too much time....

But to the author.... don't insult the Midwest -- you live in SF.  HOME OF THE CRAZIES.

7/18/08   |   snbslugger

If you build it.. he will come (back).

7/17/08   |   Pat   |   5229 respect

kantwistaye wrote:
All I want to know is what the hell the ribbon is for.



The ribbon is like those pink breast cancer ribbons, because Brett Favre's tears cure cancer.

In fact, his "retirement" wasn't even really a retirement... it was a charity event for the American Cancer Society.

7/17/08   |   CriticalFanatic

Hasn't this cornfield been around for a little while? Like since the first time he hinted at retirement a couple years ago?

7/17/08   |   kantwistaye   |   4210 respect

All I want to know is what the hell the ribbon is for.

7/17/08   |   RichmondSpider

A cornfield is the perfect place - because real soon those are the only ears that are going to be listening to him...

7/17/08   |   Pat   |   5229 respect

snbslugger wrote:
See Favre fans.  This stuff right here is why other fans think you're all delusional, irrational and insane.  Fair or not, this is it.

I can't argue that Favre fans are a bunch of lunatics... but at the same time, I think you can blame a lot of that on the obvious surplus of cornfields. If we had that many in the greater Boston area, then Ted Williams, Yaz, Jim Rice, Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, Larry Bird, KG/Pierce/Allen, hell, even Mike Greenwell would have gotten a cornfield maze.

7/17/08   |   snbslugger

See Favre fans.  This stuff right here is why other fans think you're all delusional, irrational and insane.  Fair or not, this is it.

7/17/08   |   Pat   |   5229 respect

Maybe they'll make 288 more cornfield mazes, each one showing one of Favre's interceptions.