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cheeses_h_rice
09-19-2001, 10:24 AM
http://www.suntimes.com/output/mariotti/cst-spt-19jay.html

:moron

Not even a terrorist attack can diminish my eternal hard-on for that "caged beast" "warrior" Sam-ME Sosa.

Guess what? I'm back on the bandwagon, sort of! They can do it! They can beat the other 13 teams competing for the Wild Card!

And did I really use the phrase "fuzzy-wuzzy, cuddly-wuddly Cubbieness"? Sheesh, looks like I did!

See ya, SmutSox fans!

Appling
09-19-2001, 11:16 AM
It's odd to me (but not surprising) that Mariotti would rather travel to see the cubs on the road than stay in Chicago to see the Sox and Yankees usher in the return of baseball. To me, the real story was the emotion felt last night at Comiskey Park when the Sox and Yankees met. How ironic that the two teams were set to play on the day of tragedy last week, but they finally meet a week later amid flagwaving Chicagoans showing respect to those who were lost. I'm glad as many people showed up last night who did. If you look at other attendance figures, the Sox had slightly more than most other teams. Anyway, Mariotti is still a moron and lets hope the Sox win tonight. I'm proud that Chicago showed New York so much respect, and go USA!

Viva Magglio
09-19-2001, 12:53 PM
:ass
Don't forget that I'm in Cincinnati too to see the Cubbies!

Chisox353014
09-19-2001, 03:44 PM
Somehow, the Cubs will have to focus those confused and angry eyes on baseball. In a time of need, a romantic nation depends on them.

What is this nonsense? Ummm...don't you think most people in America would rather see the Yankees or Mets (I know it's a long shot, but hey..) win it all this year? I do, and I can't stand the Yankees. Like it or not, the only real storybook ending to this season has the Yanks on top and the Big Apple getting a bit of much-needed catharsis. And yeah, why has he done stories from St. Louis and now Cincinnati and ignored Chicago? Oh, yeah he's a Comiskey Park pariah. Silly me I forgot.

Ten minutes before the game, he was a caged animal, stretching enthusiastically in the grass and then grabbing a bat and taking hard, powerful swings.

Wow. I don't think I really need to comment on this except to say that somebody has a very vivid imagination! LOL

cheeses_h_rice
09-19-2001, 03:54 PM
Ten minutes before the game, he was a caged animal, stretching enthusiastically in the grass and then grabbing a bat and taking hard, powerful swings.

LOL, Chisox.

In fact, you take out a few words and do your own pornographic version of Mad Libs, and you probably get what Jay-Jay was *really* driving at...

"Ten minutes before the game, he was a caged animal, ****ing enthusiastically in the grass and then grabbing a **** and taking hard, powerful ****s."

Chisox353014
09-19-2001, 05:09 PM
Originally posted by cheeses_h_rice


LOL, Chisox.

In fact, you take out a few words and do your own pornographic version of Mad Libs, and you probably get what Jay-Jay was *really* driving at...

"Ten minutes before the game, he was a caged animal, ****ing enthusiastically in the grass and then grabbing a **** and taking hard, powerful ****s."

LOL Cue the cheesy funk music....and....Action!




















*Not that there's anything wrong with that*

(OK, in this case there is definitely something wrong with that! Yeesh! LOL)