Jerks of the Week - Nov. 5, 2012
Jerks of the Week for Nov. 5, 2012
JERK OF THE WEEK: Hurricane Sandy
I have a pretty hectic schedule in the fall. Between watching football, writing about football and making fun of fat people in this section, I barely have any time for sleep. I get 4-5 hours most nights. So, with that in mind, I don't get to watch the news at all, so I seldom hear about anything important before it's too late.
I was writing a preview for the Eagles-Falcons game and decided to check the weather - only because Atlanta, a dome team, would potentially be playing in poor conditions. Weather.com told me that there was going to be rain, heavy winds in the 30-mph range and temperatures in the lower 50s.
I was bummed out. Because I sit in front of my computer and TV all day Sunday, I like to take a walk around my neighborhood beforehand just to get some semblance of sunlight and exercise. I wouldn't be able to do that amid the heavy rain and wind. I don't even like to go anywhere when it's rainy. Because I'm fortunate enough to work at home, I don't leave my house most days when there's any sort of precipitation - even if it means skipping going to the bar with my friends. Hey, I'm an old, fat man who doesn't like to get wet, and I don't feel like I have to apologize for that.
A day later, I saw some people talking about a potential hurricane coming toward the mid-Atlantic and New England. That, of course, would be Hurricane Sandy, which was referred to as the "Katrina of the Northeast" by one meteorologist on the local NBC network.
Because I heard about Hurricane Sandy after everyone else and didn't fully realize its magnitude until it was too late, I wasn't fully prepared. I would have purchased a generator ahead of time, but they were all sold by Saturday. In fact, the only thing I was able to purchase, aside from the essentials - bread, milk, bottled water, batteries, Cheetos - was a crappy battery backup from Staples. If my power went out, I'd get to charge my Verizon hot spot for 50 whole minutes! Huzzah!
Hurricane Sandy arrived Sunday morning and departed Tuesday, leaving hundreds dead and billions of dollars' worth of damage in her wake. Oh, and she also provided some Jerks of the Week material for me. Here are the Jerks of Hurricane Sandy:
1. The U.S. Government
If you lost your house, your business, or in the worst-case scenario, a loved one to Hurricane Sandy, you can blame the U.S. government. Not because they didn't dispatch assistance in time, or anything like that - but because they could have easily prevented Hurricane Sandy from even happening.
What? How could the government have stopped a hurricane, you ask? Well, I don't know why the mainstream media isn't talking about this, but the United States has the technology to completely eliminate hurricanes. It's true. If you've read Super Freakonomics you know what I'm talking about. If not, buy the book and turn to page 161.
A quick summary: They've invented these jelly-like tubes that can be built in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. Hurricanes are formed when the top of the ocean is warm, so what these tubes do is funnel the warm water down so the cooler water can rise. And boom - just like that, no hurricanes ever again. Something like this, according to the book, is estimated to cost $1 billion, but given that there is a yearly average of $10 billion worth of damage from hurricanes in the United States, I'd say it's a pretty good bargain.
So why isn't anyone saying anything about this? Why wasn't this brought up during one of the two presidential debates? Instead, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney talked about stupid stuff, like women's equality in the workplace***. Like, what's there to debate about with that? Is any presidential candidate ever going to say, "I believe that women shouldn't be treated as well as men in the workplace?" That's a great way to lose an election.
*** Note - I don't think everything should be completely equal in the workplace. Women have made it known that they don't want to be sexually harassed at work, and that's understandable. However, we men do want to be sexually harassed. It would be great if women sexually harassed us at work. I've been allowed to speak for my entire gender - save for the heterosexually challenged - and I can solemnly promise that we will be more productive if this happens.
I don't even know why people watch the presidential debates anyway. You know where the Democratic candidate is going to stand. You know what the Republican candidate is going to say. So, does it really matter who's the master debater between the two? And would it kill whoever's running the debate to find a better moderator? The fat woman in the second debate was very unpleasant - perhaps because she was forced to work instead of being able to eat her fourth dinner that night.
2. Flying Chairs and Falling Trees
The hurricane was supposed to get really bad Sunday evening. Well, nothing really happened at that point. I went to bed 6 a.m. that night and there was only a slight drizzle and barely any wind. I opened my front door to make sure, and upon seeing pleasant conditions, I shouted, "Ha! Hurricane Sandy ain't s**t!" One of my neighbors, who was getting ready for work, heard me and gave me a quizzical look.
Twelve hours later, I was regretting ever laughing at Sandy. She was in full force Monday evening. It wasn't raining too hard, but the wind was unbelievably strong. I thought my windows were going to shatter on several occasions.
My sister stacked the deck chairs in my backyard together so they wouldn't blow away, but I heard a weird, scratching sound coming from outside. It was the chairs, and they were blowing in the wind as if they were leaves. I quickly sprinted down my stairs and went into the backyard to chase them down. I somehow salvaged them all, though someone's table nearly hit me. I don't know whose it was, so I just left it outside. Based on how strong the wind was, it probably wound up in Ohio.
My power went out around 8 p.m. - just half an hour prior to Monday Night Football. I was still able to use my laptop and Internet, but there was no way I'd be able to watch a live stream of the game for the full three hours because my hot spot wouldn't last that long. I was upset I didn't have one of those fancy smart phones - but only for a second. I remembered how pretentious those a**holes are in the Samsung Galaxy S III commercial, and I suddenly became happy with my Internet-less phone.
I used my Internet-less phone to call my parents. They still had electricity, so my mom asked if I wanted to stay there until my power came back on. I'd be able to watch the game and do work there, so it was a no-brainer, but what about driving through a hurricane? Well, by the time I left my house at 9:30, the wind was slightly weaker than it was when I was chasing chairs in my backyard. I drove slowly because the roads were slippery, but I still nearly crashed into two small trees that collapsed. I had my windshield wipers on, so I didn't seem the right away, so I had to swerve both times.
Meanwhile, a light near my parents' house was facing the wrong way. I ran a red light in confusion and realized it as soon as I crossed the intersection. Luckily, there were no other drivers near me. No one was crazy enough to drive in the storm, but then again, I'm one of only a few people nuts enough to risk his safety to watch a football game.
And a horrible football game, at that. The 49ers beat the Cardinals, 24-3, and I lost $220 because I bet on the loser. At least I didn't need that $220 to buy new deck furniture.
For those unfamiliar with PECO, it stands for Philadelphia Electric Company. Reportedly, 800,000 PECO customers lost power during the hurricane. I'm not going to criticize PECO for that because there's nothing it could have done. What I am going to chide PECO for is its crappy customer service.
I called PECO when my electricity was cut off to report a power outage. The automated machine told me to visit peco.com for status updates. I did so two hours later, a bit after arriving at my parents' house, and I saw this:
So, I'd have to wait either 2011 years in the past or 7989 years in the future? That's a s*** load of patience that you're thanking me for.
I called PECO again a bit later. The automated machine told me to call back at noon the next day for an update. I tried again at noon and was told to check in at 4. The Web site said the same thing. So, I waited until 4 and phoned in once more. This time, I received a message saying, "all circuits are busy; please try again later." The site, meanwhile, didn't update its message. I logged on at 7 p.m. and it still said, "We will have an update on your status by 4 p.m." Did they mean Pacific Time? Because they were even late on that deadline.
I posted my frustration on Twitter. I received several responses; one from @MadRussian73:
@walterfootball millons would be happy to have power by the end of the week.Stop crying.Those men and women are working 24/7
Someone, come quickly and clean the sand out of this man's vag! Seriously, I was merely complaining about Peco's poor customer service. If the company can't give a status update by a certain time, then it shouldn't promise that it would. And why doesn't PECO hire someone to pick up the damn phone?
Well, I wasn't mad at PECO for much longer because my power was restored around 10 p.m. I guess it's a good thing that it had its workers trying to fix the problem rather than update the Web site.
Philadelphians were lucky that Hurricane Sandy didn't hit it too badly. New York, New Jersey and Delaware suffered immensely, however. Parts of those states were underwater. This includes my girlfriend Awesome Girl Who Loves Football's roommate's parents' house.
Awesome Girl Who Loves Football told me that her roommate's parents, who have a house in New Jersey, saw sharks actually swimming in front of their house. That's how high the water level was.
I was instantly jealous because one of my long-term goals is to build a moat surrounding my house and fill it with hungry sharks. So, if an undesirable person comes by, like a Jehovah's Witness or an IRS agent looking to audit me, I can just dump them into my moat and have my pet sharks have my way with them. The best thing is that I wouldn't even get into trouble; I could just say they happened to accidentally slipped into my moat.
5. Saladworks Power Outage
Don't get me wrong though - some areas of Philadelphia were greatly affected by Hurricane Sandy. This includes a commercial strip near my house which contains the Saladworks that I frequent multiple times per week. Here's how I found out about this:
My Mom: So, I was driving in your neighborhood today and I saw that the stores near Bustleton and Street Road are closed because they have no power.
Me: Wait... wait... wait... is Saladworks closed too? Please don't tell me that Saladworks is closed!
My Mom: Yes, Saladworks is closed.
I've noted multiple times that it's my goal to lose to lose 0.1 pounds per week until I'm down to 165. That's why I was so upset about Saladworks not being open. How am I going to drop a tenth of a pound each week if I can't eat their yummy salads with extra delicious salad dressing?
This reminds me - everyone knows me at Saladworks. The lady in her mid-50s who works the register knows my name and which type of roll I like. She also knows where I go to the gym...
Cashier: Hey, Walt, do you go to the gym right around the corner from here?
Me: Yeah, how'd you know what?
Cashier: Oh, one of the girls says she always sees you there.
The girl she pointed to was some brunette chick who wears a gold chain around her neck with her name on it. I was confused though because I never saw her at my new gym. She's always working at Saladworks, so I would've recognized her - so why has she always seen me and yet I've never seen her?
Do I have a stalker? If so, I'm very flattered. I like the idea of being stalked. It makes me feel wanted. Plus, it also makes me feel better about a situation a friend of mine was in recently. He allegedly stalked a girl and she filed a restraining order against him. That was a horrifying day for me. I mean him.
I was hoping that Hurricane Sandy would linger into Wednesday evening so that there would be no Trick-or-Treaters - that way, I'd be able to eat all of the candy that I purchased NOM NOM NOM NOM!!!
Unfortunately, Sandy did not cooperate, and the kids began ringing my doorbell around 6 p.m. I have three things of note about this year's Trick-or-Treaters:
1. I had to answer my door about 10-12 times Wednesday evening which seemed like a lot less than last year. In fact, I have many Kit-Kats and bags of Skittles remaining, which I will consume shortly.
I asked my mom if she had many kids at her house, and she said no because parents were probably hesitant to send their kids out, given that there might be giant branches on the ground and stuff like that.
If this is the case, I think these parents need to be deported. It's freaking Halloween - one of the best nights of the year if you're a kid. I cherished every single Halloween growing up. I was always delighted when some stranger opened his or her door and dumped delicious candy into my bag. It was the best feeling in the world - and I couldn't even imagine it being ripped away from me just because of some stupid branches.
If my parents prevented me from going out on Halloween, I'd probably be in a mental institution right now. You think I'm kidding, but I'm definitely telling the truth. Oh, and the kids that didn't go out this year? I guarantee that at least 83 percent of them will grow up to become serial killers who will murder people with giant branches. Good job, cautious parents.
2. Three older guys came to my door around 8 p.m. I couldn't tell how old they were because they were wearing masks. They were pretty tall though, so they were at least 15 or 16 - well above the cut-off age for Trick-or-Treaters.
Look, as a fat man, I'm all for securing free candy, but it's pathetic to beg someone for candy when you're old enough to have a job and buy candy yourself. Candy used to be this magical thing when I was a kid, and it still is, but I can just waltz over to Bottom Dollar any time I want and buy as much candy as I please. These guys could probably do the same, but I still gave them some candy because I didn't want them egging my house or anything.
3. One of the people who knocked on my door was the Indian kid who fooled me into buying cookie dough instead of actual cookies a year ago. For those wondering - and I know thousands of you are - the cookie dough is still sitting in my fridge. I have no idea what to do with it. Do I put it in the microwave? Do I boil it in hot water? How do you even boil water anyway? I'm at a complete loss.
I couldn't believe this a**hole showed his face at my door - and to make matters worse, he had a bogus costume on; all he wore was a tie around his sweatshirt. Oh, and he had the nerve to ask me for extra candy. Here's how it went...
Cookie Thief: Trick or Treat!
Me: Oh... it's you. I can't believe I'm doing this, but here's your candy.
Cookie Thief: Oh, can I have two bags of Skittles for my sister?
Me: Ugh, fine.
Cookie Thief: Oh, and can I have two Kit-Kats for my brother?
I grumbled and begrudgingly tossed two Kit-Kats into his bag. He walked away without saying thanks, which was no surprise. And that's when it hit me: That shark-infested moat I'm coveting would have been extremely useful at that moment.
More Jerks of the Week:
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Jerks of the Week - May 20, 2013: Internet Idiots II
Jerks of the Week - May 13, 2013: Sunday Shopping
Jerks of the Week - May 6, 2013: Jerks of the Housewarming Party
Jerks of the Week - April 29, 2013: Hot Tub Adventures
Jerks of the Week - April 22, 2013: Jerks of Saladworks
Jerks of the Week - April 15, 2013: Jerks of New Computer Day
Jerks of the Week - April 8, 2013: Jerks of Walnut Grove
Jerks of the Week - April 1, 2013: April Fools and April Truths
Jerks of the Week - March 25, 2013: It's Not Complicated AT&T Commercials
Jerks of the Week - March 18, 2013: My Second Stalker, Jerks of the Old Gym Pool & Locker Room
Jerks of the Week - March 11, 2013: Blizzard of 2013
Jerks of the Week - March 4, 2013: Jerks of Tulane
Jerks of the Week - Feb. 25, 2013: Jerks of New Orleans
Jerks of the Week - Feb. 18, 2013: Jerks of Philadelphia International Airport
Jerks of the Week - Feb. 11, 2013: Jerks of Bowling Night
Jerks of the Week - Feb. 4, 2013: Jerks of Tango: Where They'll Be in 2020
Jerks of the Week - Jan. 28, 2013: One Final Night at Tango
Jerks of the Week - Jan. 21, 2013: Jerks of My Cousin's Wedding
Jerks of the Week - Jan. 14, 2013: Jerks of Christmas Week
Jerks of the Week - Jan. 7, 2013: Christmas Shopping
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Jerks of the Week - Dec. 24, 2012: Christmas Jewelry Commercials
Jerks of the Week - Dec. 17, 2012: Jerks of Black Friday
Jerks of the Week - Dec. 10, 2012: Jerks at Injured Reserve and Man Eaters' Wedding
Jerks of the Week - Dec. 3, 2012: Facebook, Taco Bell People, CVS Patrons
Jerks of the Week - Nov. 26, 2012: Jerks of My Neighborhood
Jerk of the Year - Nov. 19, 2012: It's Thanksgiving by Nicole Westbrook
Jerks of the Week - Nov. 12, 2012: Blonde Kid, Gay Tea Time James, Lisa Turtle, Howard Eskin
Jerks of the Week - Nov. 5, 2012: Hurricane Sandy
Jerks of the Week - Oct. 29, 2012: Jerks with Awesome Girl Who Loves Football Part II
Jerks of the Week - Oct. 22, 2012: Jerks with Awesome Girl Who Loves Football
Jerks of the Week - Oct. 15, 2012: Jeans, Clothes Shopping, And1 Shorts
Jerks of the Week - Oct. 8, 2012: Samsung Galaxy S III, Random Phone Pictures
Jerks of the Week - Oct. 1, 2012: Ten Awesome Laws That Must Be Created
Jerks of the Week - Sept. 24, 2012: Visa Credit Card, LaQuisha, The Replacementender
Jerks of the Week - Sept. 17, 2012: Mosquitoes, Vanilla Extract, Klondike Man
Jerks of the Week - Sept. 10, 2012: Cakes & Art, The Drowned Man, The Matchmaking Process
Jerks of the Week - Sept. 3, 2012: Jerks of the Drunken Weekend
Jerks of the Week - Aug. 27, 2012: Crappy Commercials Part IV
Jerks of the Week - Aug. 20, 2012: Crappy Commercials Part III
Jerk of the Year - Aug. 13, 2012: The Olympics
Jerks of the Week - Aug. 6, 2012: Jerks of the Vacation
Jerks of the Week - July 30, 2012: Jerks of the Flight - Live Retro Blog
Jerks of the Week - July 23, 2012: Jerks of the Bar
Jerks of the Week - July 16, 2012: Drunkest Guy Ever
Jerks of the Week - July 9, 2012: Jerks of Toscana
Jerks of the Week - July 2, 2012: Eggs, The Puker and the Scowler, Deck People
Jerks of the Week - June 25, 2012: Jerks at Prometheus
Jerks of the Week - June 18, 2012: The Eight Grievances of June 8
Jerks of the Week - June 11, 2012: The Four Fat Ladies
Jerks of the Week - May 28, 2012: Jerks of the Six Graduation Parties
Jerks of the Week - May 21, 2012: Jerks of St. Stalin's Day
Jerks of the Week - May 14, 2012: The Adventures of My Beard
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Jerks of the Week - April 30, 2012: Jerks of Wawa
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Jerks of the Week - April 9, 2012: Men at the New Pool, Old Ladies at the New Pool, Freezing Pool
Jerks of the Week - April 2, 2012: Crappy Commercials Part II
Jerks of the Week - March 26, 2012: Crappy Commercials Part I
Jerks of the Week - March 19, 2012: Jerks of St. Patrick's Day
Jerks of the Week - March 12, 2012: Shoe Bench Man, Bear's Lover, Tanning Tax Man
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Jerks of the Week - Feb. 20, 2012: Valentine's Day Jewelry Commercials
Jerks of the Week - Feb. 13, 2012: High Wawa Man, Turkey Veggie Ranch Hoagie, Salad Dressing Aisle
Jerks of the Week - Feb. 6, 2012: Naughty Teacher, Local Hospital, X-Ray Technician
Jerks of the Week - Jan. 30, 2012: Homeless Carriage Woman, Cookie Thieves, Jerks Around the Bush
Jerks of the Week - Jan. 23, 2012: Tango, Mia, Hollywood
Jerks of the Week - Jan. 16, 2012: Hot Tub Etiquette
Jerks of the Week - Jan. 9, 2012: Russian Cleavage Pharmacist, Horny Teens, Soap Scuz Man
Jerks of the Week - Jan. 2, 2012: Jerks of Parx Casino
Jerks of the Week - Dec. 26, 2011: Christmas Jerks of the Mall
Jerks of the Week - Dec. 19, 2011: Jerks of the Bar (Maggio's)
Jerks of the Week - Dec. 12, 2011: Lexus December to Remember Commercials
Jerks of the Week - Dec. 5, 2011: Moses Man, Senile Man, Saladworks
Jerks of the Week - Nov. 28, 2011: Jerks of the Bowling Alley, Missing Tooth Man, Indian Restaurant
Jerks of the Week - Nov. 21, 2011: Jerks of the Wedding
Jerks of the Week - Nov. 14, 2011: Jerks of the Halloween Party, Penn State Football Scandal
Jerks of the Week - Nov. 7, 2011: Jerks of the New Gym Pool, Thirty Dollar Man, Man from the Future
Jerks of the Week - Oct. 31, 2011: Barbeque Boy, vegetable Indian, The Hammer's Mom
Jerks of the Week - Oct. 24, 2011: Jerks of Megatron's Mistress Weekend
Jerks of the Week - Oct. 17, 2011: The Sociopath, No Space Man, Three Old Men
Jerks of the Week - Oct. 10, 2011: Drunkest Woman Ever, Russian Rapist, Half-Norwegian, Half-Korean Bisexual Heritage Month
Jerks of the Week - Oct. 3, 2011: Jerks of the Mall, Lifeguards, Spanish Heritage Month
Jerks of the Week - Sept. 26, 2011: Rite-Aid, CVS, Blind Hick
Jerks of the Week - Sept. 19, 2011: Curly Mustache Lady, Owl Girl, Coffee Queen
Jerks of the Week - Sept. 12, 2011: Whiskey Tango, Racist KKK Bikers, Drunkest Woman Ever
Jerks of the Week - Sept. 5, 2011: Watermelon Woman and Meatball Man, Hurricane Irene, Toure
Jerks of the Week - Aug. 29, 2011: Bubble Bobble, The Black Belt of 2020, Smelly Swim Coach
Jerks of the Week - Aug. 22, 2011: Farim, Josseline, Facebook Morons
Jerks of the Week - Aug. 15, 2011: Birthday Jerks
Jerks of the Jersey Shore - Aug. 8, 2011: Jerks of the Hotel and Restaurants
Jerks of the Jersey Shore - Aug. 1, 2011: Jerks of the Pool
Jerks of the Jersey Shore - July 25, 2011: Jerks of the Boardwalk
Jerks of the Jersey Shore - July 18, 2011: Jerks of the Beach
Jerks of the Week - July 11, 2011: Casey Anthony, Saturday at the Pool, The Spelling Bee
Jerks of the Week - July 4, 2011: Worst Movie Ever, Fixing Worst Movie Ever, Comcast
Jerks of the Week - June 27, 2011: Jerks at Dennis' Party, Jerks at Polina's Party, Always Late Man
Jerks of the Week - June 20, 2011: Sea Captain and Land Blubber, Comcast, E-Trade
Jerks of the Week - June 13, 2011: Jamie's Party
Jerks of the Week - June 6, 2011: My Gym, Pool Revolution, Shoe Bench Man
Jerks of the Week - May 30, 2011: Me, Josh, Ping Pong Pupil
Jerks of the Week - May 23, 2011: Rapture, Spaghetti, Slav's Swim Buddies
Jerks of the Week Special - May 23, 2011: Russian Conspiracy
Jerks of the Week - May 16, 2011: Conspiracy Theorists, Crosswalkers, Russian Mechanics
Jerk of the Year - May 9, 2011: Rashard Mendenhall
Jerks of the Week - May 2, 2011: Bottom Dollar Food, Checkup, Osama bin Laden
Jerks of the Week - April 25, 2011: Nerd No. 2, Baseball Robot, People Offended by Slurs, Angry Black Man Update
Jerks of the Week - April 18, 2011: Ces' Party, Angry Black Man, Another Angry Black Man
Jerks of the Week - April 11, 2011: Nerd Kids, Russian Yoda, Lilliput
Jerks of the Week - April 4, 2011: Women's Basketball, Celebrity Man, Facebook Morons
Jerks of the Week - March 28, 2011: Hewlett-Packard, Rebecca Black, Crazy Horse Girl
Jerks of the Week - March 21, 2011: Guess What Kid, Dreams and the Fat Black Man, Dr. Susan Albers
Jerks of the Week - March 14, 2011: Las Margaritas Host, Movie Theater Soda, Inept Comcast Worker
Jerks of the Week - March 7, 2011: White Afro Lady, ABC, BYU
Jerks of the Week - Feb. 28, 2011: Friday Night Out, Saturday at the Gym, Sunday at the Gym
Jerks of the Week - Feb. 21, 2011: Farim, Jessica M. and another Facebook Moron, "Racist" Super Bowl Commercial
Jerks of the Week - Feb. 14, 2011: Valentine's Day and Kay Jewelers Commercials
Jerks of the Week - Feb. 7, 2011: Olive Garden, Red Lobster, Farim
Jerks of the Week - Jan. 31, 2011: Jerks at the Mall, State of the Union Address, My Night in the Dark
Jerks of the Week - Jan. 24, 2011: George Washington Lady, Humpty and Dumpty, Angry Hockey Man
Jerks of the Week - Jan. 17, 2011: Arizona Shooter, GameCenter People, Off the Map
Jerks of the Week - Jan. 10, 2011: Penn State Prohibition, Graham Cocker Spanier, Drunken Quotes
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Jerks of the Week - Dec. 20, 2010: The Twelve Jerks of Christmas
Jerks of the Week - Dec. 13, 2010: No Space Man, Fat Sports Bra Chick, 35th Anniversary
Jerks of the Week - Dec. 6, 2010: My 10-Year High School Reunion
Jerks of the Week - Nov. 29, 2010: QB Dog Killer Supporters, Canned Laughter, Fancy Schmancy Downtown Places
Jerks of the Week - Nov. 22, 2010: Sucky Subway, Pill Lady, Change Nazi
Jerks of the Week - Nov. 15, 2010: Swipe Card Woman, Angry Hockey Man, Homeless Clown Woman
Jerks of the Week - Nov. 8, 2010: Political Ads, Candy Thieves, Russian Gypsy Neighbors
Jerks of the Week - Nov. 1, 2010: Donation Girl, Gay Nail Guy, Jerks with Awesome Kelly
Jerks of the Week - Oct. 25, 2010: No Space Man, Fat Crosswalk Lady, Facebook Snobs
Jerks of the Week - Oct. 18, 2010: Toasts, Lilliput, Wawa Pirate Man
Jerks of the Week - Oct. 11, 2010: Catina, Gus the Groundhog, Brett Favre's Wrangler Commercials
Jerks of the Week - Oct. 4, 2010: The Longest Game of Beer Pong Ever, Fantasy Football Gangsta, Alcohol Thieves
Jerks of the Week - Sept. 27, 2010: Rite Aid and CVS Jerks, QB Nacho E-mailer, Hyper Girl
Jerks of the Week - Sept. 20, 2010: Little Turds on the Road, Angry Street Crosser, Czechoslovakia March
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Jerks of the Week - Aug. 30, 2010: My Bad Dude, Crappy Fantasy Traders, Larry Johnson
Jerks of the Week - Aug. 23, 2010: The Poop Master, Borat Hater, Pepsi Throwback Nightmare
Jerks of the Week - Aug. 16, 2010: Evil Vietnamese Children, Russian Yoda, Fat Ladies in the Pool
Jerks of the Week - Aug. 9, 2010: Emmitt Smith's Hall of Fame Induction Speech, Brett Favre, Shaving Cream Man
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Jerks of the Week - July 26, 2010: Why the Phillies Stink This Year (Jayson Werth), B-Ball D-Bag, Swim Lesson Brats
Jerks of the Week - July 19, 2010: NFLShop.com, Jesse Jackson, Paris
Jerks of the Week - July 12, 2010: LeBron James, OfficeMax, The Best Football Player Ever
Jerk of the Year - July 5, 2010: Twilight (Top 10 Reasons Why Twilight Sucks)
Jerks of the Week - June 28, 2010: Geriatrics at the Gym, Carmen the Customer Service Rep, Samantha the Shift Manager
Jerks of the Week - June 21, 2010: The Laziest Bum, The Laziest Agent, Josh
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Jerks of the Week - May 3, 2010: Pete Carroll, Matt Millen and ESPN, Michael Silver, Todd McShay, No-Life Spammer
Jerks of the Week - April 26, 2010: Pukemon, NBA Analysts, The Gym Milf's Two Kids
Jerks of the Week - April 19, 2010: People Who Cry Racist, People Who Cry Stereotype, Ben Roethlisberger and His Accuser
Jerks of the Week - April 12, 2010: Music, The Wanderer, Lost Theory: The Flash Sideways
Jerks of the Week - April 5, 2010: TV Shows, B-Ball D-Bag, Hot Ballet Teachers
Jerks of the Week - March 29, 2010: Indian Dog Poop Woman, Two Things About the Health Care Bill, Lost Speculation: Man In Black
Jerks of the Week - March 22, 2010: Russian Mustache Speedo Man, ESPN.com, Lost Theory: Aaron is the Man In Black
Jerks of the Week - March 15, 2010: Comcast, Phillip and the Fat Flower Lady; Doug Gottlieb and Big Cookie; If I Were President...
Jerks of the Week - March 8, 2010: Women With No Personality, Women Who Don't Sexually Assault Men, Bad Shower Etiquette
Jerks of the Week - March 1, 2010: Ice Skating, Two Fat Black Guys, Jacob (Lost)
Jerks of the Week - Feb. 22, 2010: Snow and Fat Kids, City of Philadelphia, Tiger Woods Sympathizers
Jerks of the Week - Feb. 15, 2010: Winter Olympics, Valentine's Day, More Jewelry Commercials
Jerks of the Week - Feb. 8, 2010: VBulletin, Hackers, Heroes
Jerks of the Week - Feb. 1, 2010: Lost (with a Lost Season 6 Preview)
Jerks of the Week - Jan. 25, 2010: PA Wine and Spirits, Punt, Pass and Kick Winners, NFL Play 60 Commercials
Jerks of the Week - Jan. 18, 2010: Cocoa Puffs, Lane Kiffin, Wade Phillips/Nate Kaeding/Me
Jerks of the Week - Jan. 11, 2010: Jewelry Commercials, Specific Jewelry Commercials, Chris Myers
Jerks of the Week - Jan. 4, 2010: Parx Casino, Buck Hotel Bar Patrons, State Liquor Laws and Mississippi
Jerks of the Week - Dec. 28, 2009: Corrine Brown, Strength of Schedule Man, Ed Block
Jerks of the Week - Dec. 21, 2009: Jerks at the Mall
Jerks of the Week - Dec. 14, 2009: University of Kansas, Congress Supporters, Communist Kids and Me
Jerk of the Holidays - Dec. 7, 2009: Tiger Woods
Jerks of the Week - Nov. 30, 2009: Major League Soccer, Bipolar Driver, Goggles Man
Jerks of the Week - Nov. 23, 2009: Chinese Restaurants, Ces, Elena from India
Jerks of the Week - Nov. 16, 2009: Fat Russian Guy, Chefs, Stuck In Time Man
Jerks of the Week - Nov. 9, 2009: Me (Multi-Colored Face Girl), Downtown Philly, Random Jerks at the WalterFootball.com Halloween Party
Jerks of the Week - Nov. 2, 2009: Community, Urkel Kid, Leaf Man Cock Blocker
Jerks of the Week - Oct. 26, 2009: Oompa Loompa, TV Show DVDs, College Football
Jerks of the Week - Oct. 19, 2009: Having to See Babies, The Rush Limbaugh Controversy, Old Liar/Pervert
Jerks of the Week - Oct. 12, 2009: Restaurants, Gay Portuguese Waiter, Olive Garden
Jerks of the Week - Oct. 5, 2009: Plagiarizers, ESPN & NBC & Google, Philadelphia Cat Torturers
Jerks of the Week - Sept. 28, 2009: People Who Complain About Racism in Cartoons, My Friend and Me, Me
Jerks of the Week - Sept. 21, 2009: Jimmy Carter and Racism Accusers, Dumb Parents, Me (Misguided Discriminator)
Jerks of the Week - Sept. 14, 2009: Terrelle Pryor, PETA, Subway Patrons
Jerks of the Week - Sept. 7, 2009: Forum Spammers, Pretentious Italian Restaurants, Bertucci's Waitresses
Jerks of the Week - Aug. 31, 2009: My Gym, Fat Guys in My Fantasy Football Leauge, Philadelphia
Jerks of the Week - Aug. 24, 2009: I'm Not Your Friend Kid, Konami, Mexicans in West Chester
Jerks of the Year - Aug. 17, 2009: The Philadelphia Eagles
Jerks of the Week - Aug. 10, 2009: Jolly Ranchers, Me (When Ranting About Jolly Ranchers), My Evil Neighbor's Evil Kids
Jerks of the Week - Aug. 3, 2009: ESPN, Brett Favre, NFL Network, Roger Goodell, New York District Attorney Robert Morgentheau
Jerks of the Week - July 27, 2009: Party of Eight, Toxic Hell, Little Caesar
Jerks of the Week - July 20, 2009: Erin Andrews' Voyeur, Allergies, Valley Club Protestors
Jerks of the Week - July 13, 2009: Jacko's Ghost, Women Who Don't List Their Relationship Status on Facebook, My Evil Neighbor's Kid
Jerks of the Week - July 6, 2009: Spammers, Old Pervent in Steam Room, Steve McNair's Killer(s)
Jerks of the Week - June 29, 2009: Google Maps, GPS, Harper's Island Characters
Jerks of the Week - June 22, 2009: Noisy Kids in My Neighborhood, The Philadelphia Public School System, Shannen Doherty
Jerks of the Week - June 15, 2009: NBC's Hockey Coverage, NBA Referees and Robot Jackson, Arhymemaster
Jerks of the Week - June 8, 2009: Mike Brown, David Stern, Indoor Soccer Guys
Jerks of the Week - May 31, 2009: Confusing E-mail Guy, Barbeques, David Stein
2013 Fantasy Football Rankings - May 24
2013 NBA Mock Draft - May 22
2014 NFL Mock Draft - May 21
Charlie's 2014 NFL Mock Draft - May 20
NFL Picks - Feb. 3
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