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Packer Transplants 42 - "2008, R.I.P."

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Packer Transplants 42 - "2008, R.I.P."

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Episode 42 2008, R.I.P.

Today’s show looks back at the disappointing 2008 Green Bay Packer Season and looks ahead to what is sure to be a whirlwind offseason.
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Andrew in Atlanta's picture

Very nice guys. I'm gonna miss these for the next few months.
God it sucks there's no more Packer football

PackerAaron's picture

Thanks Andrew :)

Alex Tallitsch's picture

You will have to take up your issue of the "blues" with Alan Jackson.

I prefer me some Big Joe Turner as well.

PackerAaron's picture

But that's just it Alex - you chose Alan Jackson. You gotta get down and dirty with the blues. Maybe some Robert Johnson... ;)

Alex Tallitsch's picture

I forwarded your concerns about "Mercury Blues" not being blues to Alan Jackson.

He told me to tell you to get a real hat like his.

..."I went to Lambeau
Fell down on my knees
I went to the Lambeau
Fell down on my knees
Asked the Lord above "Have mercy, now,
fire Jarrett, if you please..."

PackerAaron's picture

Thanks Pack One. Aaron Rodgers just called to tell me to tell you to tell Alan Jackson that my hat rocks. In fact, it rocks so much, he wore his own version of it at his post game press conference after the Lions game.


Alex Tallitsch's picture

yeah...I just got owned.

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