The Biggest Bandwagon Fan in the World – Jeff Ranoa | MrTeacherMan
I, Jeff Ranoa, technology and PE teacher, in San Diego, am the The Biggest Bandwagon
Fan in the World. I have consistently lost year after year in football, baseball, and basketball. I started following the Outstanding San Diego Chargers in 1976.
I started following the sad and pathetic San Diego Clippers in 1979. You can see them in Los Angeles, still losing continually.
The San Diego Padres, 1978. Ozzie Smith was drafted in 1977, with Gene Richards, Randy Jones, and Dave Winfield, the Padres were a team to watch. But loss after loss, the team soon shipped Dave Winfield and Ozzie Smith.
Losses mounted and the Padres became the junk of the league. Today the lowly Padres are still fighting for the bottom of the barrel.
Being the THE BIGGEST BANDWAGON FAN IN THE WORLD has allowed me to selectively achieve SUCCESS YEAR AFTER YEAR. I now am a Charger, Patriot and Golden State Warrior…. in baseball, i’m waiting to see who wins it all and that will be MY TEAM!
The MY TEAM, the Washington Nationals, just won for the first time and I can’t tell you how stoked AGAIN that I AM A WINNER AGAIN!!!!
*** Currently it looks like MY LAKERS are on the verge of another CHAMPIONSHIP!
Mr. Ranoa – The Biggest Bandwagon Fan in the World.
Yes. ..Mr. Ranoa is the Biggest Bandwagon Fan in San Diego. A charger fan since 1976, the biggest bandwagoner is about to jump back on the bolt wagon! I began with John Jefferson, Chalie Joiner, Kellen Winslow …. Wes Chandler… Chuck Muncie …. led by Fouts.
I remember Fred Dean, “Big Hands” Johnson, Louie Kelcher, and LeRoy Jones….. we used to have the greatest offense, but the defense has always been an achilles heal….
Because of constantlosing, heartache, let-downs, and grim finishes, I, Jeff Ranoa, have become The Biggest Bandwagon Fan in San Diego … sadly, but proudly.