I admit it: I am not a Packers fan. I tried to get it up for football for a number of years -- I was married, after all, to a guy from Green Bay -- and I even went to a couple of games. But I never got snared by the olâ€™ Lambeau lair.
So, like other non-football fans, I grocery shop during games. (And I complain, every time, about the lack of buns selection.) And sometimes I mouth off on Facebook -- as well as during my weekly segment with Kramp and Adler -- about how annoyed I am with Packermania.
But this Web site, Packers-suck.com, takes it a few yards too far. Itâ€™s disrespectful to people with disabilities and it generates unnecessary negativity.
This site, ironically, one of the reasons what I donâ€™t like about sports. (Except duck-pin bowling, croquette and all-girl roller derby.) Nobody has to suck. In fact, nobody has to be a winner or a loser. Yeah, yeah, I know: wrap me in a rainbow poncho and draw a yin-yang on my neck, but seriously. Itâ€™s just not the way I play my game in this life.
However, all of my Pack smack talking aside, I donâ€™t think anyone sucks and, truth be told, a part of me is happy for my Packers-loving friends. Even though I am so sick of green and gold that -- at this point -- it looks more like baby puke and urine to me.