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Unfunny April Fools Jokes: Jerry Jones raises the Titanic


Then there was the one where Jerry Jones planned to raise a chunk of the Titanic to display in The Heathen Temple to His Own Avarice Cowboys Stadium.
Seriously, Does anybody think raising the Titanic is good enough for Jerry Jones? Heck no! Jerrah's ego demands things even grander than the Titanic. Jerrah's ego demands a ship bigger than the Titanic. One bigger than any ship that's ever sailed. One big enough for a football stadium. Yes, the USS Cowboy. Imagine the world's first football game on the high seas. Or better yet, the first floating Super Bowl. Sure beats using ocean liners for hotels in Jacksonville for Super Bowl XXXIX.

(via SB Nation, Blue Star)


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Then there was the one where Jerry Jones planned to raise a chunk of the Titanic to display in The Heathen Temple to His Own Avarice Cowboys Stadium.
Seriously, Does anybody think raising the Titanic is good enough for Jerry Jones? Heck no! Jerrah's ego demands things even grander than the Titanic. Jerrah's ego demands a ship bigger than the Titanic. One bigger than any ship that's ever sailed. One big enough for a football stadium. Yes, the USS Cowboy. Imagine the world's first football game on the high seas. Or better yet, the first floating Super Bowl. Sure beats using ocean liners for hotels in Jacksonville for Super Bowl XXXIX.

(via SB Nation, Blue Star)



Posted originally: 2010-04-01 16:42:00
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