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So this is nothing new news wise, but I felt like I had to say something.
Tim_Wakefield
First of all, all the congratulations possible to Tim Wakefield on making his first All-Star Game. The Boston Red Sox are my favorite baseball team, and Tim Wakefield is my favorite player, and has been probably since I first began to actually appreciate it beyond watching Mo Vaughn bash things. He has been a rock for the rotation this season, as always, and no one deserves it more. Just a class guy all around. Now hopefully he can claim the record for most victories by a Red Sox pitcher. Doesn’t seem like too much of a stretch. Also, props to Joe Maddon for selecting him to the team anyway. I may hope they lose every game they play, but the Rays manager gets a big gold star on this one.

On a more somber note, I have to bid goodbye to one of my personal football heroes. No one was more of a warrior than him on the field, but he was also just a great teammate and was always giving back to the community and helping those less fortunate. Regardless of the circumstances that will come out about his death, he will be sorely missed. RIP Steve.
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Again, only one (belated) rec this week:

Justin and Caitie running the marathon!

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Take a break from drinking and smoking to cheer on these two as they run 26.2 miles through Boston.  Best of luck to them and all the others running the marathon.  You have to check w/ her, but i think you can still donate to their cause, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

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Bonfire in Boston is currently offering the “A-Roid” cocktail. The drink is a shot of El Mejor tequila, straight up, with a “Performance-Enhancing Boost of Spicy Tomato ‘Juice’ ” (smoked tomatoes, tomato juice, lemon juice, Tabasco, and jalapenos). The “juice” is served in a syringe (sans needle), so that you can either inject it into the shot or use it as a chaser.  Now that is pretty fucking funny. (Source: Dishing)

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Frolicking in the outfield? That rarely if ever happens. I just picked this picture beacuse you can't see JD's ass.

Frolicking in the outfield? That rarely if ever happens. I just picked this picture beacuse you can't see JD's ass.

 

 

 

Hubba Hubba. Hello Nurse? No way. Hello M.D. who's been on call as the Resident in NBC's ER for the last fifteen years. Yeah. That's more like it. I feel like a stack of flapjacks with a big pad of butter melting all over them. Yeah, like that.

Hubba Hubba. Hello Nurse? No way. Hello M.D. who's been on call as the Resident in NBC's ER for the last fifteen years. Yeah. That's more like it. I feel like a stack of flapjacks with a big pad of butter melting all over them. Yeah, like that.

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Exhibit A: 2008

Missing a catch? That never happens. I just picked this because of his scrawny lil arms.

Missing a catch? That never happens. I just picked this because of his scrawny lil arms.

Exhibit B: Spring Training 2009

HELLOOOOOOOOOOO NURSE!

HELLOOOOOOOOOOO NURSE!

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I still don’t feel bad for you, Alex Rodriguez…

 

…fat chance “the American people” will judge your career based on this season and whatever happens afterwards…

 

 

Also, let’s do a math problem.

 

2008/9-1975 (year you were born) = 33 years old

“I was stupid and naive [ blah blah blah, tommyrot, claptrap, etc.] when I was young and 21 years old or so”

33-21=12; 2008-12= 1996

2008-(2001/2003)= 5-7 years ago/ 26-28 years old.

I think what I’m trying to say is, “you suck at math, and at life” (can I get an “and goaltending”? in there somewhere, please?)

 

Still hate you! 🙂

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