May 31, 2006

Where did it begin?: One man's quest for justice South of the Border. [via]

posted by yerfatma to baseball at 10:06 AM - 8 comments

South of the Border has an entirely different meaning for Canadiens, I was scratchin' my head for a minute or two, ha ha! Pretty damn funny stuff, and the writer is correct in that Wells is having a first half worthy of All-Star recognition. But the comment about Blue Oyster Cult being the "greatest power band of the70's" is a touch out in um, er, center field.

posted by mjkredliner at 11:23 AM on May 31

Next you're going to tell me the Canadian Ballet isn't art. What does SotB mean NotB?

posted by yerfatma at 11:38 AM on May 31

And here's wells up again looking for his fourth home run of the night. The sox will probably pitch around him. Here's the they go right at him for some ungodly reason known only to francona and it's a deep drive to left-center, coco going back...back...

posted by justgary at 12:01 PM on May 31

Wait. Is this blogger the dancing dude with the belly who was in the stands last night? Also, I believe you mean centre field.

posted by DrJohnEvans at 12:11 PM on May 31

The what ain't what? Sorry, yerfatma, but very few people of muh, muh, muh, my generation, would agree that Blue Oyster Cult was "the greatest power band of the 70's". Not even close. And please, don't confuse self deprecation with stupidity.

posted by mjkredliner at 12:11 PM on May 31

i like vernon. he's a good sport when the bleachers get on his case. here he is responding to statements that suggest where he, uh, takes it.

posted by goddam at 12:42 PM on May 31

I suspect that no matter what the Jays do, they will not do it with the intent of pleasing the Yankees.

posted by DrJohnEvans at 03:24 PM on May 31

2. If you don't vote for Vernon Wells, somewhere in the world, a puppy will explode. Wow. Strangely enough I still really like Vernon Wells.

posted by dyams at 04:48 PM on May 31

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