Mr. Sensitive

March 16, 2010

Reagan Is Brackets

Filed under: Girls — lbej @ 19:49
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Highlights of Reagan:

Vietnam appears to have reached the third round in the top half of the Midwest.  But it doesn’t matter, Charlie.  Because lurking in the bottom of the region is the 15 seed, Santa.  Santa can deliver toys to every good boy and girl in the world in one night, so what does he care about a shot clock?  Santa wins the Midwest region.  This was Reagan’s conclusion, and boy did the rest of us feel stupid when we realized we had a guy with a chestnut for a head beating a magical toymaking saint in the first round.  Joke’s on you, everybody.

On to the West.  Gonso beats Florida State in the first round, but he loses to Vermont in the second round, which obviously beats Syracuse because Syracuse isn’t a state at all.  Murry faces off against Xavier in the regional final.  Xavier wins because he knows Wolverine.

In the East, top seed Kent makes it to the final on account of being Superman.  However, Washington was clearly the first President, so tough luck Clark.

Down in the South, 15 seed Rob Morris upsets Villanova and then marches all the way to the regional final.  Rob is overmatched, though, and it’s Arkansas-Peanut Butter to the Final Four.

Now this is really interesting.  Reagan’s Final Four consists of Santa Claus, Professor X, George Washington, and Peanut Butter.  What could happen?  The only thing to do is play it out.  So, Santa beats Chuck Xavier.  He might be one of the first mutants, after all, like Apocalypse.  Hell, he might be Apocalypse.  Then in the other semifinal, Peanut Butter beats George Washington.  Reagan didn’t say why, but I think it might be the wooden teeth.

So the final game will answer the question of whether kids love Santa Claus more than peanut butter.

And no, they don’t.  Peanut Butter wins.

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1 Comment »

  1. Of course Peanut Butter wins. I love Reagan’s brain.

    Comment by Sis — March 17, 2010 @ 19:33 | Reply


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