Thursday, February 02, 2006

So this came in the mail today...

Seriously, San Francisco sucks.  Go Dodgers!!

12 comments:

omar said...

The next Darko. Wow. Those are some high expectations. I would have maybe - and I do stress maybe - put him on the same level as someone like, say, Tree Rollins. But Darko? Wow.

And the Giants are good for 15+ wins. How many times do they play the Dodgers again?

Jon said...

You know how the media is these days, it’s all about the hype… I was reading an article in the Los Angeles Times the other day that said he could also be the next Bo Kimble and I thought, “Wow, way to put pressure on a guy…” I don’t know how some of these guys maintain their level of performance when they get labeled like that. Talk about being under the microscope…

The Dodgers are going to hand the Giants 19 of those 162 losses. Signing Tomko all but assured that. Aside from the fact that the average age of players on the Giants is 57, most of them are exceptionally poor hitters. Back that up with almost no starting pitching and zero relief pitching and they may have built the perfect team to lose all 162 which should land them in second place in the NL West.

Radioactive Jam said...

Oops. Stupid would me moi. What I *meant* to write was this: If Bones incorporates and goes public - I'm in.

Jon said...

Jam: I’ll keep you posted. He seems pretty grass roots right now, but you never know when the money will make them go corporate. I’d be surprised if he didn’t have a shoe deal sometime in the next couple of weeks…

cadiz12 said...

how do people know what bones' number is? does he not get a jersey?

Syar said...

I've missed three posts? here, at jon's blog?

my brain hurts.

somebody needs to sow the rip in the fabric of all reality. and clean up the jam stains!

Jon said...

Cadiz: Um, numbers are used to identify which player is which. Bones has a tendency to stand out from the rest of the players on account of the fact that he has no skin or muscle or any organs for that matter. Therefore, a number is really unnecessary… yeah, that’s what it is.

Syar: I have a tendency to make people’s brain hurt. Call it a gift. The jam stains however, are a regrettable but necessary means to an end.

Syar said...

why? why must the jam stains stay??

on a less despairing note, i like what these plastic-y skeletons are doing to the place. nice touch.

Jon said...

Syar: I’m not sure how you tear through the fabric of time in Malaysia, (although I’m sure it’s a much more cost effective procedure) But around here, it requires a tremendous amount of Jam. If you think your going to do it without leaving a little behind, well, you’re wrong.

As for the skeletons, somebody had to class up this joint. Certainly wasn’t going to be me. I’d probably have to put my pants on for that.

A said...

This reminds me of when I wanted to do something with a real human skeleton, parallel processors and some other equipment for this artificial intelligence thing.

It took me a week to remember what bones was reminding me of...

A said...

I left myself open for a very obvious one there didn't I?

cadiz12 said...

so, you come talking smack on my blog about not posting, eh? where's your new post, mr. shucknjive?