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Brett Favre's retirement decision(s) made easy

Tired of the Brett "Hamlet in a Helmet" Favre drama? Slate's Josh Levin breaks the "will he or won't he" down into convenient, laminatable form. You'll want to carry it wherever you go. Forever.

By Cindy Boren  |  August 5, 2010; 3:41 PM ET
Categories:  Brett Favre , NFL  
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How come the timeline does not extend into November?

Posted by: daggar | August 5, 2010 3:57 PM | Report abuse

Cyn Cyndy bringing the web 2.0 heat today! Love it when you are snarky, use mixed media and bring us not-trad nuggets. (Ken Burns stuff was great!)

Posted by: chrislarry | August 5, 2010 4:05 PM | Report abuse

Wow, latest news, Brett Favre decides to retire to pursue his passion for photography.

Adrian Peterson said, "But if he is really retiring, geez, not sure how we will ever survive without a 40-year old overrated white dude who throws lots of interceptions and won one Super Bowl in 20 years? Anyone got Trent Dilfer’s number?"

Read the article.

VERY FUNNY.

http://www.dailygoat.com/?p=2312

Posted by: eye95 | August 6, 2010 2:04 AM | Report abuse

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