You thought this would be the TMZ of NinersNation? Well, it is, but under a different zone - the DMZ zone. You can put it in both ways: Deaf Studio Zone, setting itself apart from TMZ, and the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ). I will paint a picture so you will get the gig I am posting here. Starting with TMZ, The name TMZ stands for the historic "studio zone," or thirty-mile zone radius from the intersection of West Beverly Boulevard and North La Cienaga Boulevard in Los Angeles. Now, there is the DMZ which cuts the Korean Peninsula roughly in half, serving as a buffer zone, crossing the 38th parallel on an angle, with the west end of the DMZ lying south of the parallel and the east end lying north of it, the most heavily militarized zone in the world.
Since the Korean Demilitarized Zone cannot sue me for borrowing their DMZ term, (besides I have America behind me), I don't have to worry about stealing the celebrity news website TMZ brand name and get sued for it.
Because the Deaf Studio Zone has its' own DMZ zone, (DMZ stands for Deaf Studio Zone), with a radius from TMZ to your own DeafWriterJC's DMZ. My own buffer zone, if you will.
A radius that is going to rock your world with three sections, "Red Counterpoints," "Golden NN Comments," and the "Black Harbo Watch."
The radius the San Francisco 49ers today had was a whopping 621 yards, marking on the calendar the first time since Nov. 19, 1961 the 49ers had a 300-yard passer, a duo set of 100-yard receivers, and a 100-yard rusher. I welcome the intrusion into our sugarcoated buffer zone, being so used to Alex Smith's vanilla offense, which was managed within the radius allowed in order to focus on ball security and avoidance of unwanted turnovers, it had been working for him since last year's run for the Super Bowl. And still is, but today, to silence his critics (and hopefully mine), he unleashed the offense everybody has been dreaming of, with recurring dreams that in a nutshell has been driving a lot of NN fans crazy.
Let's not get spoiled here, Alex might revert back to his cozy offense, but the way the 49ers have been running the past two games, it is permitting Alex to open the gates a little bit (did I just say a little bit?).
Here is the first revelation that this was going to happen today, let's go back the clock to the New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan's lamentation, "I've never given up so many rushing yards (245) in my life," Ryan said. "I can't remember getting beat the way we got beat. I don't think that's ever happened."
This time it was 311 yards rushing up the arse of the hapless Buffalo Bills.
Ouch, that must have hurt the Buffalo Bills. Can't wait to scan the front pages for Bills head coach Chan Gailey's post-game comments about the stampede the 49ers ran over his team.
Wait, didn't he say, "I have no answers and no excuses?"
He did, and he has to answer to DMZ and all of us, especially the city of Buffalo, New York and the devastated fans, and his own downtrodden quarterback, Fitzpatrick, who only threw for a measly 126 yards, only 17 yards less than what Alex threw for last week.
Sense a sarcastic font?
If you do, let's start with the "Golden NN Comments."
Wishful AzNiner commented,
DeafWriterJC's comment: I never heard of sarcasm font, until the NN fans, and most notably AzNiner, introduced the urban term to me. When I kept seeing the term, I began to get the drift. Well, sort of, until I checked the urban dictionary, which states:
"Something people make up when they can't detect sarcasm in a text, Instant Message, Facebook message, (or in a NinersNation comment)."
Urban Dictionary's example: "Sorry! I didn't detect your sarcasm font."
Want a prophetic comment that came true the very next day? Look no further than El Dorado's comment, quoted in David Fucillo's (Fooch) post "Barrows: Alex Smith to throw out first pitch at Giants playoff game:"
"Another Alex question: when do you think he'll hit the 300 yd mark?"
"He almost made it last year, forgot which game."
DeafWriterJC's comment: This one, I took note of immediately in aftermath of the historic record-breaking game versus the Bills, which sent goosebumps to me all over my body. I almost GREW feathers from the record-breaking goosebumps that broke out of my skin. I literally clucked after remembering this comment. Is El Dorado NinersNation's Nostradamus?
If not, pluck the feathers off me and eat me for dinner.
Just remember to season me with some paprika, gold dust, and black pepper. To commemorate the colors of NinersNation and their favorite team, the San Francisco 49ers, you know?
HEY! I saw Fred P. Soft lurking in my fanpost recently, in the comments section. He invaded Jim Harbaugh's territory at the 49ers headquarters a few weeks ago, and Harbaugh "aka Harbo" did a ritual to exorcise Fred P. Soft from the training grounds. A near transference happened, with Fred P. Soft lurking in my first "real" post, Volume. 1, but I was able to exorcise it as well, but not before quoting the spirit that causes us to get caught off-guard, the very thing Harbo wants us to avoid:
"I like the concept. After all, we all spout off from time to time – I don’t mind a little recap.
You put a lot of effort into this and I thought you did a very good job."
DeafWriterJC's comment: Nice comment, but no complacency here, sorry. I gotta raise the bar.
Here's the "Red Counterpoints," to counter a simple sentence our own Fooch quoted in his article on NinersNation, "Barrows: Alex Smith to throw out the first pitch at Giants playoff game."
Here goes his half correct quotation: "The Giants have come out in support of Smith, so everybody appears to be one big happy family."
One happy family? Are we so sure?
Well, I gotta gush about the 49ers. WE are one HAPPY FAMILY, over the 49ers' near shutout of the Buffalo Bills, with the score 45-3. We are probably acting like the Brady Bunch family right now, in a house decked in red and gold.
On the other hand, the San Francisco Giants were shut out 9-0 by the Cincinnati Reds, and the Giants as lifeless they appear to me, are probably kicking garbage cans and Gatorade Jugs in the team clubhouse right now. We can't be a happy family altogether right now unless we continue winning and the Giants start winning.
But bless Fooch. I hope the Giants will read his post, for some inspiration. They need something to kick some tires that seem worn out.
I hope, in the end, we are all a big, happy family, trading uniform jerseys autographed with "No.#1" besides their signatures. I just want to see more trading but out of the dysfunctional state, capisce?
Here is the elated Jim Harbaugh "Black Harbo Watch." As thrilled he is over today's landslide win over the confused, stupefied Bills, he might be standing straight after he reads my comment here:
Do you notice that in regards to body language (take notice WesHansen), Harbo tends to bend down and put his hands on his knees while watching action during the games? I don't know if he is trying to pass gas, or go through the playbook in his mind, or get a better look of the playing field from the sidelines. Help me out here, brothers and sisters.
But I do know for sure, that he is trying to win games.
And he is. With a look of exertion by our very own Harbo.