Aloha PTR. So I am a film major at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, so as you can imagine being a Spurs fan originally from San Antonio is purty hard being surrounded by a city full of stereotypical Kobe lovers. Although I must sat, being a Spurs fan in LA has been a little easier since last night as I strut about LA in my Dejuan Blair jersey, and grab a Freebirds burrito at their new location at USC.
But anywho, I thought it was my duty to address this Kobe commercial we Spurs fans watching the national broadcast were forced to gaze upon. I'm not concerned about Kobe though. In fact, I love the bit about him going to Dallas only to discover he's gone to hell (I mean, if hell were on earth, it'd have to be Mark Cuban's flat boring Dallas, right?).
My concern is this: Director Robert Rodriguez was born and raised in San Antonio, attended St. Anthony's highschool, and probably grew up in a house of Spurs fans. So how could this happen? One of our city's most famous Hollywood exports glorifying the Black Mamba? PTR, have at it!
The Spurs fan, San Antonian, and film major in me no likey.