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Georgia Tech has a potty mouth


It's almost time for the annual Georgia Tech/Georgia game aka "Clean Old-Fashioned Hate." It's pretty much going to be a clean old-fashioned beatdown given to UGA by Tech this year. The Bulldog Nation can pretty much expect to hear Techies singing "I'm a Ramblin' Wreck From Georgia Tech" early and often in the game. Probably even more than they heard "Rocky Top" a the loss to Tennessee earlier this year.
"I'm a Ramblin' Wreck From Georgia Tech" has a lot in common with "Rocky Top." It's a seemingly innocent fight song which hides certain evil thought and ideas. Just look at the first verse:
"I'm a Ramblin' Wreck from Georgia Tech and a hell of an engineer,
A helluva, helluva, helluva, helluva, hell of an engineer,

Like all the jolly good fellows, I drink my whiskey clear,

I'm a Ramblin' Wreck from Georgia Tech and a hell of an engineer."

Techies drink whiskey? No wonder they wrecked! And all that cussing. Do Techies talk to their mothers with that mouth?

And about that drinking. I'm not saying there's a problem with consumption of alcohol at Georgia Tech, but the band frequently plays this at games:



And they call UGA a drinking school with a football problem.
Back to the subject at hand:

"Oh, if I had a daughter, sir, I'd dress her in White and Gold,
And put her on the campus, to cheer the brave and bold.

But if I had a son, sir, I'll tell you what he'd do.

He would yell, "To Hell with Georgia," like his daddy used to do."


Why does a Sublime song come to mine when I hear this?
And "Cheer the brave and bold?" is that what they call it these days? Setting your daughter in what is pretty much considered a rough part of Atlanta isn't a really cool idea. Besides, what exactly are you planning to do your daughter on campus? Seriously, I think someone needs to call DFAC.

"Oh, I wish I had a barrel of rum and sugar three thousand pounds,
A college bell to put it in and a clapper to stir it around.
I'd drink to all good fellows who come from far and near.

I'm a ramblin', gamblin', hell of an engineer."


Gee, what could a Techie do with rum, 3,000 pounds of sugar and a bell? I've heard of moonshine stills exploding with less than this. Heck, Doctor Doom could probably make an neutron bomb with less less than a pound of sugar.
So, what do we have here from Georgia Tech? Drinking, drinking and diving, cussing, child prostitution, possible acts of domestic terrorism...gee I really want my kids (if I had any) to go there. I really don't want to be visiting them in prison.


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It's almost time for the annual Georgia Tech/Georgia game aka "Clean Old-Fashioned Hate." It's pretty much going to be a clean old-fashioned beatdown given to UGA by Tech this year. The Bulldog Nation can pretty much expect to hear Techies singing "I'm a Ramblin' Wreck From Georgia Tech" early and often in the game. Probably even more than they heard "Rocky Top" a the loss to Tennessee earlier this year.
"I'm a Ramblin' Wreck From Georgia Tech" has a lot in common with "Rocky Top." It's a seemingly innocent fight song which hides certain evil thought and ideas. Just look at the first verse:
"I'm a Ramblin' Wreck from Georgia Tech and a hell of an engineer,
A helluva, helluva, helluva, helluva, hell of an engineer,

Like all the jolly good fellows, I drink my whiskey clear,

I'm a Ramblin' Wreck from Georgia Tech and a hell of an engineer."

Techies drink whiskey? No wonder they wrecked! And all that cussing. Do Techies talk to their mothers with that mouth?

And about that drinking. I'm not saying there's a problem with consumption of alcohol at Georgia Tech, but the band frequently plays this at games:



And they call UGA a drinking school with a football problem.
Back to the subject at hand:

"Oh, if I had a daughter, sir, I'd dress her in White and Gold,
And put her on the campus, to cheer the brave and bold.

But if I had a son, sir, I'll tell you what he'd do.

He would yell, "To Hell with Georgia," like his daddy used to do."


Why does a Sublime song come to mine when I hear this?
And "Cheer the brave and bold?" is that what they call it these days? Setting your daughter in what is pretty much considered a rough part of Atlanta isn't a really cool idea. Besides, what exactly are you planning to do your daughter on campus? Seriously, I think someone needs to call DFAC.

"Oh, I wish I had a barrel of rum and sugar three thousand pounds,
A college bell to put it in and a clapper to stir it around.
I'd drink to all good fellows who come from far and near.

I'm a ramblin', gamblin', hell of an engineer."


Gee, what could a Techie do with rum, 3,000 pounds of sugar and a bell? I've heard of moonshine stills exploding with less than this. Heck, Doctor Doom could probably make an neutron bomb with less less than a pound of sugar.
So, what do we have here from Georgia Tech? Drinking, drinking and diving, cussing, child prostitution, possible acts of domestic terrorism...gee I really want my kids (if I had any) to go there. I really don't want to be visiting them in prison.



Posted originally: 2009-11-25 11:55:00
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