Originally written on Justice is Coming  |  Last updated 11/16/12
Some people might wonder why my frustration with the Chargers has gone beyond the owner, coach, general manager or players and on to the local media.  Why would I care what Kevin Acee says about the team?  Well, FAITHFUL READER, it would appear that our cries for change are ignored by Dean Spanos.  Acee has essentially operated as a liaison between the organization and the fans for a few years now.  No, it shouldn't be that way.  But San Diego is a unique market, I guess.  The once-beat writer has been doing Bill Johnston's job for the last few seasons.  At least Acee hasn't recommended "chill pills."  But he's always acted like he wants to break a big story or get his name linked to a player more than delivering news or thoughtful opinon.  Darren Smith chided him on xx1090 this week about his "relatinoship" with Vincent Jackson.  Before that, Acee hitched his train to Shawne Merriman.  I don't doubt for a minute that he actually wanted Jackson to have a bigger game to prove himself right.  In the U-T this week, he criticized the offensive line.  I agree that they aren't good enough.  But this is the guy who was defending Clary when Dielman, McNeill and Hardwick were all on the team.  I don't recall him suggesting that Tyronne Green wasn't good enough before now.  Don't try and play ******* Nostradamus now. Look at the three things I wrote for Bleacher Report before the season.  None of them have happened, which is why we are in this ******* mess.  In the interview from the Darren Smith show, Acee mentioned that we all cry about no accountability and want the Chargers to lose to get Norv fired.  If we thought that the Bolts were headed in the right direction and that IT WOULDN'T TAKE A COMPLETE DISASTER OF A SEASON to make a change, we might feel differently.  Dean Spanos needs an outcome that is so clear that he can make a big boy decision. I'll be watching and rooting but wondering if we are getting closer or farther from a ring.  This team is like a dying horse right now that needs to be put down.  Or for you young kids, they are like a twitching zombie that needs to be shot in the head.  I have attached my contributions to a book released by the "Super Fans" this summer.  No, Aquaman or the Wonder Twins are in it.  You can see the big images by clicking and buy it here or here.  It's all for charity.  In celebration of the new Bond movie, which I have yet to see, I have also included a work of art from my childhood that does not involve football.  It's actually not that bad.  Talk to you tomorrow.  You can't be half a Charger. RLW
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