Morning Cup Of Joe

May 17th, 2023

Welcome to your Morning Cup of Joe, an eye-opener to help Joe’s readers ease into their busy workday with a few football links, wacky news and a pleasant distraction.

Distraction of the Day

Are Vikings getting clever about Dalvin Cook’s future? [PFT]

Brandon Marshall willing to come out of retirement if he can play with drama queen Aaron Rodgers. [CBS]

Ndamukong Suh says he likely won’t sign with a team soon because he has no desire to go through training camp (with anyone). Can’t blame him. [NFL]

Dave Portnoy vs. Antifa. [TikTok]

Check out Coach Prime’s new rig. [BroBible]

Sad day for fans of Pat McAfee Show. [New York Post]

UFOs have some hangup with nukes. [Outkick]

Hooters putting three new stores in The Villages? Who knew those old farts ate so many wings? [Daily Mail]

You willing to let the IRS do your taxes for free? [Wall Street Journal]

Hold your beer! [TikTok]

12 Responses to “Morning Cup Of Joe”

  1. Leopold Stotch Says:

    Great to see a take from someone who actually knows football. Some of the comments on a non football site about Suh were: “cheap shot artist”, “slacker”, how he would “set a terrible example” for sitting out camp or be a “bad teammate”. The man is 36, has a ring, he doesn’t need a camp. Sure would be cool if he came back, but I it looks as if that ship sailed a while ago…

  2. Leighroy Says:

    USA is the only country that says “hey you owe us money every year, and though we know how much, we’re not going to tell you. You figure it out on your own, and/or pay someone 4 figures to prove you got it right, and if you get it wrong we’ll penalise you with fines, garnishments or even jail if you really screw it up.”

  3. Lt. Dan Says:

    “You willing to let the IRS do your taxes for free?” Hell…I am. Can’t get any worse because I pay every year anyway. At least I could save the $350 fee I have to pay my accountant.

  4. Ultra ClodHopper Says:

    So that’s why the IRS hired all those people. To steal business away from the private sector. A free service whose expenses are paid by the taxpayers. Private sector cant compete with free. Maybe someday they’ll get to replacing the retirees

    Here’s the kicker: “But it found some taxpayers would prefer an IRS tool because they thought the agency already has their information and wouldn’t try to make a profit off taxpayers” lol smh

  5. Show Me the TDs Says:

    Do the Hooters servers need to be 55+? Lol

  6. Show Me the TDs Says:

    Do the restaurant servers need to be 55+? Lol

  7. Show Me the TDs Says:

    Your moderated comments AI is not I. Spelled out the name of the restaurant and was moderated. Haha

  8. Joe Says:

    Leighroy nailed it.

  9. German Buc Says:

    Nope, Leroy. The USA are not alone…

  10. D-Rome Says:

    Pat McAfee

    I hope the show doesn’t change. It’s the only way it’ll work on ESPN.


    This is nothing new. In fact, when it comes to modern Ufology people didn’t see these things en masse until after the United States created the atomic bomb. It’s no coincidence these things are seen around military installations and bases.


    This may be part of the reason why the IRS wanted funding for more agents. I don’t think that was approved. I really think the reason why the IRS wanted more funding was for this, cracking down on crypto, and cracking down on S-Corps.

  11. unbelievable Says:

    It seems the aliens are much smarter than us, and are trying to stop us from nuking ourselves.

    Unfortunately, most people are morons.

  12. gp Says:

    Apparently the aliens don’t adhere to the ‘Prime Directive’.
    That being said, It’s a good sign that they’re trying to keep us from nuking ourselves. It means they think we’re worth saving.
    Either that, or, they think we’re tasty, and nuking ourselves would waste a lotta meat!