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Truthers and Birthers....

Doug:
I'm not setting aside any nights in Octobah yet, but I tell you I've seen more *team* in this team so fah this season than I have at any point since the Septempocalypse of '11.

 

Al:
The Farrell Effect?

 

Mike:
That reminds me... I have a conspiracy theory.

 

Al:
Does this tin hat make my butt look big?

 

Doug:
Al, your butt makes your butt look big.

 

Al:
I am lahge. I contain many foods.

 

Mike:
So as I was saying... What if Farrell was the guy the front office wanted all along?

 

Mike:
Knowing that Farrell would be locked up for all of 2012, wouldn't it be risky to bring in a decent managah in the interim?

 

Mike:
You know someone who might take the team to the playoffs and might end up reasonably liked by the fans and playahs alike? How would you get rid of a guy like that aftah one season?

 

Mike:
Wouldn't it make more sense to for the one year period to appoint a skippah with a high probability of being hated by all?

 

Doug:
Yeah, so you basically piss away an entiah year, but you get your guy and if you really believe your guy is *the* guy, well, the ends justify the means.

 

Mike:
Food for though.

 

Al:
Om yom yom.

 

Comments

Hmmm, The Magic Blew-it theory, huh?

And is it just coincidence that Bill LEE, HARVEY Leonard and Patton OSWALT all visited Fenway last year? (The "t" is Oswalt is a big part of another theory altogether.)

Whooooooaaaa. Mind=blown. I see the matrix now. I shall henceforth equip the bus with plenty of premium tinfoil so we can fashion only the most righteous of hats (no pink).

It is just a short step from a pitching mound on a grass infield to the grassy knoll.

And a man named John Connolly is running for mayor of Boston. Which would put him in the front seat, ahead of the Kennedys.

Also, Fenway Park. We LOVE that FIELD?

I went to school with John Connelly. Good dude. I'd vote for him.

When does Oliver Stone come in to start his investigation?

I am beginning to think that 2004 and 2007 were simply a well played hoax. Was anyone actually at any of the games?

Yah: Steven King. He wrote a book about it.....hmmmmm

But was it fiction or non-fiction???

Ill buy into the conspiracy. But I need you to call it a strategic business plan. And doesn't call me a Veeter. Don't want to get lumped in with people who believe in conspiracies because they are weird. Not creepy. weird. Not me. Them.

And lest I forget to mention, Pasta is now only Triple A on the menu at a fine place in Pawtucket. Ladies and Gents, we have a manager with balls.

Oh, good God. Has Al been listening to Glenn Beck again??


*smh*

Or perhaps Oliver Stone?

"(He's)as dead as that crabmeat, (they're) alive and breathing. You gonna line up with a (fired manager), Jimbo?" Dean Andrews to the Sox Fans talking conspiracy, Loosely quoted from JFK, which we all know quoted a bit loosely from history and was a hit with the conspiracy crowd...

Off topic, but here's a problem I think every guy on this creepy site has had to deal with at least once:


http://now.msn.com/omar-borkan-al-gala-identified-as-one-of-the-men-deported-for-being-too-handsome

Correct as usual,King Friday ;D

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