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soft hands.

qotd

1.30.2007
"Izzy reminds me of todd packer. Especially because a lot of people on here have two thumbs and hate jason isringhausen." - DanUpBaby in the office-y VEB thread

edit: besides being quite similar to the todd packer character in, um, certain ways, he also bears an eerie resemblance to the actor:

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i think someone's got himself a new nickname.

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sorry amy

1.29.2007
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quote of

1.27.2007
"Look, I know I shouldn't judge books by their covers, but at the same time, there has to be something in the title, or the jacket, or the spine, or even in the font they used, that makes me want at least to check it out from the library and then leave it on my To Be Read pile until I have to return it to avoid late fees. Do you really want to be riding bareback on this particular wang carousel, Evan Rachel?" -- the always brilliant go fug yourself pondering the nonattractiveness of marilyn manson

in other fascinating ot news which will likely only be appreciated by june, i recently bought red velvet cake body wash and it smells so amazing i'm dangerously close to chomping my arm off. or drinking the bottle. i wonder if i can get cream cheese frosting body lotion, or buttercream or whatever the hell you put on red velvet cake? this is what the offseason turns me into.

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dear jim leyritz

1.25.2007
shut. the fuck. up.
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those fjm guys are so sweet

1.21.2007
For those of you not familar with it, Fire Joe Morgan is a sports blog so unbelievably difficult to understand and so full of dude references and boring baseball shit, I only check it to see if Mrs. Tremendous is mentioned doing something fabulous (and sometimes there are funny jokes too.) Anyway, two FJM bloggers kindly pulled themselves from their caves at espn.com or whatever, and gave me tips about how to buy seats at Fenway.

Ken Tremendous recommended seats below grandstand level, because above that, the seats are in the shade and very cold. These seats are around $300. Murbles told me the best seats are above the Green Monster, which, upon research, are like $2000 each! Apparently blogging for Fire Joe Morgan is an amazingly lucrative job. Ken Tremendous did tell me that right field is super fun, as long as you're not blocked by the Pesky Pole or other weird poles. That was very helpful in buying my tickets.

It's probably fine no matter what, because in truth, I don't know very much about baseball, except I believe that the chances of someone rushing on the field and proposing to me are really high, right? That happens like every game at least once, right? [things i've bought that i love]


now i'm picturing people scurrying madly for the infield, taking out ballgirls and that monster mascot thing and innocent groundscrew just to they can get their proposal on between innings.

speaking of spinsterhood, if i thought THIS motherfucker was patiently waiting for me at an online dating service.. maybe i'd be barefoot and pregnant right now instead of hopping down the crazy catlady trail. oh well!
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i got goosebumps.

1.12.2007
"I'm happy about the inventory we're collecting." - brian cashman, on the state of things
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dear randy




yeah, well:

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favorite person of the day

1.04.2007
keith law, for dropping dunderball in an article.

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qotd

1.03.2007
"Compared to other major league players, Brosius was not that great at hitting the baseball. Alex Rodriguez is very very good at hitting the baseball. He likes to hit it far." - fjm

am half-seriously considering getting it on a t-shirt.

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