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It's The End Of The World As We Know It, And I Feel Fine: Louis Vasquez Edition

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With flaws in the offensive line needing to be addressed, Chargers GM Tom Telesco watches guard, Louis Vasquez, leave for Denver via free agency. Then the sky fell . . .

A tournament, a tournament, a tournament of lies. Offer me solutions, offer me alternatives, and I decline
A tournament, a tournament, a tournament of lies. Offer me solutions, offer me alternatives, and I decline
Christopher Hanewinckel-US PRESS

With so much discussion revolving around the inherent flaws with the Chargers offensive line, fan concern increased when news spread that Louis Vasquez was on his way out of town. That Vasquez had signed with division rival Denver made the news all the worse.

I like people who bring a voice of reason to matters such as these. But I also love those who go batsh*t crazy and sing:

Team by team, reporters baffled, trumped, tethered, cropped
Look at that low plane, fine, then
Uh-oh, overflow, population, common group
But it'll do, save yourself, serve yourself
World serves its own needs, listen to your heart bleed
Tell me with the Rapture and the reverent in the right, right
You vitriolic, patriotic, slam fight, bright light
Feeling pretty psyched

Clearly, at one point in his early life, Michael Stipe had been jilted by free agency.

Let's see how the twitterverse responded to the news that Louis Vasquez had . . . bolted!

We've got some disappointed fans here. Has Denver even announced the signing?

Haha. That's kind of funny.

I always thought of Louis Vasquez as being a very solid member of the line, no superstar, but very solid. How solid was he?

I enjoy the visceral reactions of fans during moments like these. It's the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine should become a series. Future installments will be concisely referred to as ITEOTWAWKIAIFF . . .