Wednesday, January 02, 2008

2007 MOTY Winner: Michael A. Reardon II

The results have been in for over a day now: the people have chosen Michael Reardon as 2007's Man of the Year. If there's anything we've learned over the last 3 weeks it's that Mike is one hell of a salesman. From day one he was working the bars and phone lines convincing potential voters of his credentials. Heck he may have even cold-called random people to come on here and vote, we aren't really sure. This was fair though considering it looks like Hagan's people tried to do the same thing.

Congratulations to Mike for winning this prestigious award, and to Snuffy for his second straight successful nomination.

And finally, how about Georgia last night? Even though we have an impossible schedule next year (Arizona State and LSU away) I think '08 will be our year, which is perfect considering I've been in Athens waiting for this for 7 straight years now. Three degrees and tens of thousands of dollars in student loan debt later, I am now forced to come home and watch the dogs make their national title run from Coach's Corner.


Michael said...

Does anybody know who has been pimping Hagan out? It sure wasn't him, as he didn't seem too pleased at having the distinction of being nominated for man of the year. And I never tried to influence one person to cast a vote for him.

Britt said...

I would like to point out that Michael Reardon's campaign staff consisted of myself as campaign manager and a devoted staff (me) that helped him canvas the entire Savannah and Atlanta area. Not only is Michael an amazing salesman, and is also one hell of a politician.
Here is what I propose: Reardon for President 2032.

HANK said...

Reardon cheated.

HANK said...

For the record;

In a case of mistaken identity, Reardon sent a text message to our old friend Stephen who used to be a BMBS contributor. I assume Reardon is confusing myself with Stephen using similarities I have yet to determine.

Anywho, Stephen received this text message today, obviously referring to the comment I left earlier today.

"No cheating... you should be supporting me"

Now, does this look like a text sent from a candidate who won an honest race?

Nope. I stand firm. Reardon cheated.