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2003-10-15 -Short Attention Span Theater-
Another cork scandal, this time with Brainless Joe Jackson
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Posted by Atrus 2003-10-15 1:21:27 PM|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [431 views since 2007-05-07]  Top

#1 Please change "Shoeless" to "Brainless"
Posted by Atrus 2003-10-15 1:27:17 PM||   2003-10-15 1:27:17 PM|| Front Page Top

#2 Good idea. Reads better that way.
Posted by Fred  2003-10-15 1:33:18 PM||   2003-10-15 1:33:18 PM|| Front Page Top

#3 And, seeing that Joe's been dead since 1951, it makes more sense too.
Posted by tu3031 2003-10-15 2:02:50 PM||   2003-10-15 2:02:50 PM|| Front Page Top

#4 Silent Running is a bit upset over the Cubs loss:
Security had to escort the fan that got in the way out of the stadium. The best thing he can do is pack all his shit, and move as far away from Chicago, tonight, as possible. He might want to get a police escort. From someone beside the Chicago cops. Paraguay might work, better yet he might want to look for a rental under an assumed name in Madagascar, and hope no one recognizes him. Hope he got to keep that fucking baseball, so he can look at it every day for the rest of his miserable, miserable, pathetic excuse for a life, and realize what the hell he did tonight.
See, this is the big difference between Cubs and Red Sox fans.
Every spring Cubs fans think "Maybe this will be the year".
Red Sox fans think "Ok, how are they gonna blow it this year?"

Posted by Steve  2003-10-15 2:06:45 PM||   2003-10-15 2:06:45 PM|| Front Page Top

#5 It was tough to watch: Alou's glove was right there. But Prior and rest of team didn't overcome this piece of adversity; Cubs were still up 3-0, 1 out and 3-2 on Castillo. The rest of the meltdown we saw. Let's say "corkhead" was a precursor to disaster, not the cause. Overall, however, I'm still optimistic. Now that the shock has dissipated, there is still tonight's game and if Cubs don't win, well, then we didn't deserve the pennant.
Posted by Michael 2003-10-15 2:20:29 PM||   2003-10-15 2:20:29 PM|| Front Page Top

#6 1) I haven't seen this kid's name yet; has it been made public?
2) Think he's going to tonight's game? :-)
Posted by Raj 2003-10-15 2:53:33 PM|| []  2003-10-15 2:53:33 PM|| Front Page Top

#7 The guys name is Steve Bartman check out the smoking gun. Poor bastard.
Posted by Mike  2003-10-15 3:02:17 PM||   2003-10-15 3:02:17 PM|| Front Page Top

#8 "Think he's going to tonight's game? :-)"

If he's smart, he's already in Michigan, on his way to New York and a flight to Fiji...
Posted by mojo  2003-10-15 3:09:29 PM||   2003-10-15 3:09:29 PM|| Front Page Top

#9 I blame Alex Gonzalez for muffing a potential double-play ball, actually.

That there were 8 or so folks all with gloves outstretched goes to show that if it wasn't this guy it could well have been another.

Posted by eLarson 2003-10-15 4:53:32 PM||   2003-10-15 4:53:32 PM|| Front Page Top

#10 Well, the Cubs got hammered. Drat.
Posted by Korora 2003-10-15 11:39:33 PM|| []  2003-10-15 11:39:33 PM|| Front Page Top

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