This Week in Milford

September 11, 2020

I’m just a libero

Filed under: big arms, song parody, Volleyball — robmize2013 @ 7:55 pm

Thanks again to teechy for filling in for me again on my latest trip – this time to Munising Michigan in the Upper Peninsula as my amazing summer draws to a close. Lake Superior is magnificent to say the least, although the gale force winds Sunday afternoon and Monday morning put the kibosh on our kayaking plans. We’ll try again in 3 weeks in the Mississippi River. Teenchy is getting like Joan Rivers on the Tonight Show when Johnny Carson was close to retirement- seems like you saw her more then Johnny for a couple years. Keep up the good work buddy!

I’m in the mood for a song, so in the immortal words of the former paramedic David Lee Roth, here goes…

I’m just a libero, and everywhere I go

People know the role I’m playing

Paid for every game, stealing stuff in shame

Ooh, what they’re sayin’

There will come a day when Milford goes away

What will they say about me?

When volleyballs’ a go The setters only know

I’ll kill a Goshen as a libero.

I’m just a libero and everywhere I go

Maureen knows the hat I’m stealin.

Paid by True in cash, selling my old hash

Ooh, what they’re sayin’

But there will come a day when Mimi draws a play

What will they say about me?

When the pizza comes, I know I was just a libero

Life goes on without me, ’cause

I…………..cant find a high school

No high school

No Mod school

No high school

Moooooms so sad and lonely

Sad and lonely, sad and lonely…..

6 Comments »

  1. Bravo!
    But now that song will be running in my head the rest of the night…..

    Comment by Moon Mullins — September 11, 2020 @ 8:02 pm

  2. What’s her names comment is actually spunky rather than the snotty we’ve been hearing. But I don’t see those Spanky LaValliere legs leaping for a spike. EVER.

    Comment by Jive Turkey — September 11, 2020 @ 8:24 pm

  3. 1. So is there an actual volleyball coach, or these girls can just bring whoever they want to practice?

    2. And how did these random girls know from day one that Peppermint Patty was such a kick-ass volleyball player?

    3. I guess Tru instantly got his direct call up to Tampa Bay after three weeks of playing catch for rehab, because reasons…

    4. So how exactly did Patty end up at Valley Mod? Because she presumably went to a ‘regular’ school up until the year before. And no, “Because her mom burned down a house” is not a reason. There must have been something that SHE did…

    5. Seriously, how many more smartassy third panel one-liners is Patty going to get away with before one of her teammates decides to make her uglier than she already is?

    Comment by Hitorque — September 11, 2020 @ 10:58 pm

  4. One upside the head from one of her teammates should shut her smartass mouth.

    Comment by Bobby Joe — September 11, 2020 @ 11:17 pm

  5. I agree, Hitorque…. her stupid little comments trying to make her look like some sort of bad-ass are getting old. And why are these two bimbos so eager to be her friend? Because Pheebs told them to? They need to treat CK like she’s as irrelevant as she is and then go tell Pheebs to pound sand. If CK was a guy, she would’ve been in a few fist fights by now

    Comment by franku2016 — September 12, 2020 @ 9:19 am

  6. I second Moon Mullins’ motion BRAVO!!!!!!

    I LMAO at your song parody and it was apropos for the occasion. And your insert was terrific. David Lee Roth took an old and primarily Louis Prima hit and just flat out nailed it. That’s what makes the song parody sweeter. Got the job done, My Man.

    Now if I can only figure out this Rubik’s Cube of sports CK is pursuing. She went from trash-talking a football player who had no business trying his hand at pro baseball to wanting to ram it down a Tilden player’s throat. She didn’t leave HER attitude at the door along with her catcher’s gear.

    Comment by tdrewhardin — September 12, 2020 @ 6:11 pm


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