For some reason my tab key isn’t working on my keyboard. You never really realize how much you use it until it’s gone. Isn’t there a song about that or something? You don’t realize what you have until it’s gone? Whatever it is, that song writer was DEFINITELY about a tab key.
- The Tribe have won seven straight, yet the only national publicity they’re getting is about Shin-Soo Choo’s DUI. I fully realize I didn’t link to a national story. HELLO! Inbound links to networked websites helps your Google juice! Yuck. That sounded dirty.
- From what I’ve read, Choo was pulled over after drinking at Mulligan’s in Avon (great place!). He asked the police for directions to his house, then crossed over the yellow lines twice.
- He blew a .201. That’s about 2.5 times the legal limit of .08. I imagine he was taking shots and saying something to the effect of “THIS HOW WE DO IN THE SOUTH” (Korea).
- I used to really like reading Bill Simmons. I’m not too high on him lately. However, his “The Wire” NBA two part column from yesterday is a great read. A lot of that probably has to do with the fact it incorporates “The Wire”.
- I think the reason I’m growing tired of him is that he somehow throws the Celtics into all of his thoughts. In the second part of his column, he talks about Brandon Roy’s ridiculous Game 4 performance. Immediately after he ties that to a Larry Bird memory from the 80s.
- The next Johan Santana (GWCS’s paraphrased words from 2006) pitched a no hitter last night. I think I heard it was the 246th in MLB history. Does that seem low to anybody else?
- Apparently the White House is wishy-washy on the official story of bin Laden’s death. You know what that means. CONSPIRACY! OBAMA IS TOTES A MUSLIM! BIN LADEN HAS BEEN DEAD FOR MONTHS BUT ONLY RELEASED THE NEWS BECAUSE OF THE BIRTH CERTIFICATE PRESSURE!
- I voted for Obama in 2008, and I can safely say I will not vote for him again in 2012. Obviously I’m not as high on him as I was. But let’s stop with the conspiracy theories. Do people want bin Laden’s body set up in a public place like an art exhibit?
- We have all grown to distrust our government, no thanks to the internet, but sometimes they do the right thing. If you ask me, that is the case here.
I know I’m a day late on this video, but this dude really does get lit up after running on the field at Fenway.