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Ravens Fans vs. Redskins Fans

As seen through the eyes of recent musical performances on YouTube. On the one hand, we have a clearly insane Ravens fan preaching about the Ravens to the tune of Amazing Grace, and also spittin' some extremely profane rhymes, in front of a rapt audience of bobbleheads and action figures, who obviously think the guy is nuttier than Jif. (Thanks to OffWingOpinion's AOL blog for the link.) On the other hand, we have some Skins fans called the DirtBags ("the official Rock 'n' Roll band of the Redskins Appreciation Club") rockin' out in a FedEx parking lot with only slightly blue lyrics about urination, in front of a less-than rapt audience of innocent young burgundy-and-gold fans, who are probably trying to figure out why those DirtBags are so angry and what that has to do with going to the bathroom. Kind of a toss-up, frankly.

Here's the origins of the classic "Piss on the Star" tune, which can be heard in its entirety here. Noble.

"What we tried to do is to show how damn dirty these cats are," said The President. "Everyone I asked about this project told me they thought the Cowboys are dirty - damn dirty - and so we thought the title song should reflect that. We feel Piss on the Star pretty much sums it up. So we drank a case of beer and got out a picture of the star. The rest is history."

By Dan Steinberg  |  November 10, 2006; 11:39 AM ET
Categories:  NFL , Redskins  
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This is funny stuff good find. I think all this shows is the lack of talent in the D.C. Baltimore metro area! hahahaha

Posted by: | November 10, 2006 1:15 PM | Report abuse

Dan, Thanks for the great article you wrote about my son Jason Green and I Cornelius Green last Tuesday. I have turn into a big blog fan keep up the good work.

Posted by: cornelius green | November 14, 2006 8:29 AM | Report abuse

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