Welcome ladies and gentleman to my presentation. I'm not much for introductions so let's just get right into this. By now I'm sure you've heard of the Kubler-Ross Model before right? Maybe you've heard of the 5 stages of grief? Okay good because they're the same thing. According to Wikipedia the 5 stages of grief can be described as a "hypothesis was that when a person (and/or their survivors) is faced with the reality of their impending death, he/she will experience a series of emotional "stages": denial; anger; bargaining; depression; and, acceptance (in no specific sequence)."
Well I have created a new model. It's called the "Muschamp-49er16 Model" or "The Five Stages of Muschamp". The 5 stages of Muschamp is a hypothessis that when Muschamp is faced with an embarrassing loss or the impending loss he will go through a series of emotional "stages": Anger, Anger, Anger, Anger, and ANGER (in no specific sequence). Please let me demonstrate the model.
Stage 1, Anger- "I'm going to murder you motherfucker."
Stage 2, ANGER- "How can you call that fucking call?!?!"
Stage 3, Anger- "Fuck you!"
Stage 4, Anger- "I've got to really fart but I'm afraid I'm going to shit my pants."
Stage 5, Anger- "I may look subdued, but I'm really looking at the best place on your back to stab you."
I want to thank everyone for sitting through my presentation today. Remember it's called the Muschamp-49er16 model of The Five Stages of Muschamp. If you have any questions please leave them in the comments box.