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DSS Bracket of Brackets: Sweet Eight Recap

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a truly remarkable day in a way that was truly remarkable he typed with both of his two hands

With March Madness out of the picture, it was time for a more refined, elegant bracket. Where’s the actual bracket you might ask? We couldn’t afford the program to make it and we didn’t have time to use the free services. We are aware we have nothing but time right now, we’re just lazy.

We’ll get to the end and find out who the real winner is of...umm...whatever this is. Whoever has the most votes wins each round. Duh.

We’ll be straight up and say that these options and rankings were all totally arbitrary and aided by quarantine bourbon.

Voting closes at 8 p.m.

For a recap of round one, click here.

For a recap of round two, click here.

For a recap of the Elite Sixteen, click here.


Five Region

In an Twitter poll by a local Atlanta radio station this week, Josef was literally beating John Smoltz. JOHN. FREAKING. SMOLTZ. A HALL OF FAMER. Y’all are wrong but you’re weird and I like you.

Parky had no chance here.

Stripes Region

A STUNNING COMEBACK.

Now some of you may argue that if we hadn’t told you that you were going to knock over the lamp you would never have knocked over the lamp. Our counterpoint to that is you were always destined to knock over the lamp anyway. The means to the end never mattered because the means were equally inevitable. This is real. Close your eyes. Let it wash over you.

Is Region

one. last. time.

Lighters up.

Hell Region

(lol)

the dragon and his angels fought, but they did not prevail, nor was a place found for them in heaven any longer. So the great dragon was cast out, that serpent of old, who deceives the whole world; he was cast to the earth, and his angels were cast out with him.