Oct 17 2005

C-H-O-K-E

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Wow, that was a horrible series for the Angels. Was this really the same team that beat the Yanks in the ALDS?

The only time I saw Vladimir Guerrero hit was in that damn overplayed Pepsi commercial with Alex Rodriguez.
Kelvim Escobar might want to spend some time with Little Leaguers…maybe they’ll demonstrate how to properly tag a runner out.

As for the umpires, yeah, they made some horrible calls in this series, but that still doesn’t excuse the complete lack of offense on the part of the Angels. That said, I still hate Doug Eddings.

Also, I partially blame this on Arte Moreno for changing the name to “Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim”, therefore totally screwing with karma. Everyone knows that God hates the hell hole city of Los Angeles, and thus everything associated with it. God therefore hates the Angels. Change the name back, Arte.

One thing I’m looking forward to, though, is a World Series free of any annoying east coast teams (read: Boston and New York). Congrats to the Sox on their victory, and best of luck in the World Series.

So…hockey is back this year, how ’bout them Ducks?

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6 Responses to C-H-O-K-E

  1. From Stuart:

    You HATE (my emphasis) Doug Eddings? Just becuase he made a bad call? I am impressed. To think that someone could actually be hated becuase they have a different perspective than 40 million people at a particular time and place. Makes me think he dman near as evil as Adolph Hitler. I think everyone needs to get some perspective…….It’s BASEBALL. It isn’t even a great sport, like football or golf. That said, how did you like the manufacutred victory at the race yesterday? Kinda ironic that the princess crashed into the breast cancer awareness Target Chip Ganassi Panzos Honda.

    Posted on October 17, 2005 at 7:16 pm #
  2. From Lindsay:

    LOL, you sound like my 8th grade religion teacher. Yes, I have some haterade reserved for Eddings and am sure I will be dispensing more to various other people in the future.
    Football? If you’re talking real football aka soccer, then I’d say now there’s a great sport that I love (but not as much as baseball). But American football? Naw, never got into it. As a kid, I went to a game or two when the Rams played in Anaheim, but that’s it. Maybe if they didn’t move to STL I would be more into it, but I’m not, and so it goes.
    And golf? BOOOOORING.
    Race was pretty uneventful until the crash with Danica…might post about that later…

    Posted on October 17, 2005 at 9:21 pm #
  3. From Ryan:

    Baseball less of a sport than golf? Hence the reason I ignore that guy when he comments on my blog.
    Also, I’m sure the city of L.A. extends its greatest apologies to you for not being bougie enough … like O.C.

    Posted on October 19, 2005 at 11:49 am #
  4. From Stuart:

    Oh yes, another comment by Ryan. Lindsey, why won’t Ryan answer my question about who was teaching his students while he went to see a Rolling Stones concert in Virginia? He made a 2 year commitment to help teach the economically underserved and left for a week to go to Virgina and see a Stones concert. Frankly, I find that offensive and wonder just how much he really cares about his students. Yet, while he is toying with thier education to appease his since of ‘justice’ time was needed to see the Stones and criticise me because I feel golf is more of a sport than baseball. I can indeed understand why you think golf is boring. But, the sport is the only one where you are required by the rules to he honest. I doubt Ryan is when he plays golf. He certainly isn’t when he analyses his two year TFA tenure.

    Posted on October 19, 2005 at 2:23 pm #
  5. From Lindsay:

    Stuart, if you’re going to comment on my blog, at least learn to spell my name correctly!

    Posted on October 20, 2005 at 1:03 pm #
  6. From stuart:

    Sorrie abowt dat.

    Posted on October 21, 2005 at 7:50 am #

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