IllogiNews:Brett Favre Out of Retirement
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August 18th, 2009
- Today 80 year old Brett Favre (pronounced Fave-ur) came out of retirement for the 35th time breaking a record previously set by Roger Clemens. He is commented of saying, "I thought long and hard about this and I decided that I have more football left in me." Many NFL experts say that an 80 year old in the NFL is not right and he should be forced to retire. He will play for the Minnesota Vikings and their two quarterbacks Sage Rosenfels and Tavaris Jackson are both quoted of saying simultaneously, "Niggaz be gay". Michael Vick was quoted of saying, "Man, I killed dogs with that cracker." John Madden was ecstatic about the news, "I love it! The world needs more Brett Favres!" When asked if he too were to come out of retirement he said, "Of course! Why did you think I retired? Brett and I have a special bond. Sure he's filed a restraining order or two but we're tightly knit." Vikings coach Brad Childress said, "I think it was a good move for our team to make," by that he showed us how little you can actually answer a question. Hattisburg, Mississippi (Brett's home town) is yet again getting way more attention than it deserves. Brett's eldest great-grandchild of 35 commented, "I'm happy for great grandpa! Hopefully he won't break a hip."