Disney has a way of latching onto your consciousness and never letting go.

This is one of those classic Facebook status turned cartoon. One day while walking back from class I saw a girl walking towards me while reading a book. “Belle” popped into my head and I had a cartoon. Despite the blatant Sound of Music rip off in the reprise, it remains one of my favorite Disney songs.

The Colts won an ugly one against the Kansas City Chiefs, final score 19-9. The offense never seemed to really be in sync until the last drive. The offensive line did a pitiful job protecting Peyton, and the defense at least kept the Chiefs out of the end zone. Why they couldn’t have played this way last week is beyond me. An ugly W is still a W, so I can’t complain too much!

Any favorite Disney songs? What do you think of the Colts win? Let me know in the comments!


2 thoughts on “Bonjour

  1. Hey, Tomster!

    Yes, ugly win. And you wouldn’t believe what the media is saying about Peyton this week…that “Father Time” is catching up with him, that he’s lost a step,he can’t make the same throws as he used to…??? Has anyone noticed that he is still leading the league in passing yards and that, oh yeah, he got his 4th MVP just last year???Geez Loueez!!

    • Nate Dunlevy of

      “On the opening drive, Joe Addai was tackled just inches short of the goal line. The Colts eventually settled for the field goal. I contend that had he pounded the ball in on that first play, everyone would have viewed this game in an entirely different light. Indy never trailed in the game, and much of the media angst seems to center on the fact that the Colts only put up 19 points.

      First of all, the offense is not a trouble spot for this team, so no one should worry about a slightly down week in which the Colts moved the ball well, but suffered a few mistakes in the red zone. Secondly, there were many comments that Indy was out of rhythm or sync. Frankly, it’s would have been amazing if they were in sync. Last week alone, Wayne, Collie, Addai, and Brown missed practice time or were injured. Garcon was just coming back after a several week layoff. Any rhythm or sync issues are as easily attributable to the physical state of the Colts as anything else.

      The standards for Peyton Manning himself have become impossibly high. Writers asked if he was hurt. Readers wondered if he was sick. My question is why?”

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