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nsolo
06-07-2007, 12:48 PM
Edwardsburg, MI:

In the sleepy small town of Edwardsburg, Michigan, located 12 miles north of South Bend, IN, a man was found dead in his home. Police describe the scene as sports related.

The man, Mr. N. Solo, 51, was found in his recliner this Thursday morning. Although police say the cause of death was heart failure, the cause of that condition is still being investigated. The coroner has put the time of death at around 9:00 PM EST Tuesday.

Found at the scene were numerous empty beer bottles, a partial bag of cheese puffs, and various forms of Chicago White Sox souvenirs. Along with these items were found many of what the police describe as "voodoo" trinkets. These include a half melted rubber chicken, a defecated Arod poster, white tube socks soaked in Falstaff and stuffed with shredded baseball cards from the 1977 White Sox, and small knitted items which his wife thinks were going to be "hats for bats". Mrs. Solo had just returned from a trip to Oklahoma to visit family. She states that while the White Sox had been playing bad, she had to put space between herself and her husband.

Although the cause of the heart failure is still unknown, the time of death and the position in which the body was found points to a mental breakdown occurring during last nights White Sox/Yankees game. In the right hand of the deceased was found a transistor radio, with the position of the body and arm indicating that Mr. Solo was about to throw the radio against the wall. Supporting that supposition were numerous other broken radios that were found along the floor of an opposite wall. Mrs. Solo is thankful that the games were rarely broadcast via satellite in Michigan. If they were, she states that "she never get to watch QVC".

Although conclusions haven't been reached, police believe they are on the right track. Reports of similar behaviors and outcomes have been known to manifest among White Sox fans, whom experts agree are among the most emotional and die-hard fans in baseball. Also, in support the of police hypothesis is a statement from Mrs. Solo that similar past behavior has shown by her late husband during University of Michigan football bowl games.

soxfan13
06-07-2007, 12:54 PM
Never mind it is soo funny cuz its not real:tongue:

IndianWhiteSox
06-07-2007, 12:54 PM
Edwardsburg, MI:

In the sleepy small town of Edwardsburg, Michigan, located 12 miles north of South Bend, IN, a man was found dead in his home. Police describe the scene as sports related.

The man, Mr. N. Solo, 51, was found in his recliner this Thursday morning. Although police say the cause of death was heart failure, the cause of that condition is still being investigated. The coroner has put the time of death at around 9:00 PM EST Tuesday.

Found at the scene were numerous empty beer bottles, a partial bag of cheese puffs, and various forms of Chicago White Sox souvenirs. Along with these items were found many of what the police describe as "voodoo" trinkets. These include a half melted rubber chicken, a defecated Arod poster, white tube socks soaked in Falstaff and stuffed with shredded baseball cards from the 1977 White Sox, and small knitted items which his wife thinks were going to be "hats for bats". Mrs. Solo had just returned from a trip to Oklahoma to visit family. She states that while the White Sox had been playing bad, she had to put space between herself and her husband.

Although the cause of the heart failure is still unknown, the time of death and the position in which the body was found points to a mental breakdown occurring during last nights White Sox/Yankees game. In the right hand of the deceased was found a transistor radio, with the position of the body and arm indicating that Mr. Solo was about to throw the radio against the wall. Supporting that supposition were numerous other broken radios that were found along the floor of an opposite wall. Mrs. Solo is thankful that the games were rarely broadcast via satellite in Michigan. If they were, she states that "she never get to watch QVC".

Although conclusions haven't been reached, police believe they are on the right track. Reports of similar behaviors and outcomes have been known to manifest among White Sox fans, whom experts agree are among the most emotional and die-hard fans in baseball. Also, in support the of police hypothesis is a statement from Mrs. Solo that similar past behavior has shown by her late husband during University of Michigan football bowl games.

HE POSTED HERE?!!

:whiner::whiner::whiner::whiner::whiner:

RIP AND AT LEAST HE GOT TO SEE 2005.

WHAT A SAD DAY!!!
:whiner::whiner::whiner::whiner::whiner:

102605
06-07-2007, 12:54 PM
Link?

:smile:

eriqjaffe
06-07-2007, 12:54 PM
Hope you get better, dude.

nlentz88
06-07-2007, 01:17 PM
In the sleepy small town of Edwardsburg, Michigan, located 12 miles north of South Bend, IN, a man was found dead in his home. Police describe the scene as sports related.

Also, in support the of police hypothesis is a statement from Mrs. Solo that similar past behavior has shown by her late husband during University of Michigan football bowl games.

Only 12 miles north of the Golden Dome, yet a devotee of Michigan football? Crazy.

But I feel for ya, man. I couldn't even read the paper today. Too depressing. When does football season start?

Flight #24
06-07-2007, 01:51 PM
Along with these items were found many of what the police describe as "voodoo" trinkets. These include a half melted rubber chicken, a defecated Arod poster, white tube socks soaked in Falstaff and stuffed with shredded baseball cards from the 1977 White Sox, and small knitted items which his wife thinks were going to be "hats for bats".


Ewwww........

DumpJerry
06-07-2007, 02:03 PM
HE POSTED HERE?!!

:whiner::whiner::whiner::whiner:

RIP AND AT LEAST HE GOT TO SEE 2005.

WHAT A SAD DAY!!!
:whiner::whiner::whiner::whiner::whiner:
In a related story, several hardcore White Sox fans signed a contract to purchase the Brooklyn Bridge today. They plan to re-name it the Nellie Fox Memorial Bridge.:redneck

soxfan13
06-07-2007, 02:06 PM
In a related story, several hardcore White Sox fans signed a contract to purchase the Brooklyn Bridge today. They plan to re-name it the Nellie Fox Memorial Bridge.:redneck

How much?:redneck

Chisox353014
06-07-2007, 02:06 PM
a defecated Arod poster, .

Ewwww........

Yeah...not really an image you want stuck in your head

DumpJerry
06-07-2007, 02:09 PM
How much?:redneck
If you have to ask.........

Don't worry, there is still some land in Florida which will be drained soon that you might want to make an offer on now before the price shoots up.

soxfan13
06-07-2007, 02:11 PM
If you have to ask.........

Don't worry, there is still some land in Florida which will be drained soon that you might want to make an offer on now before the price shoots up.

Can I build a bridge there after its drained and then defecate on it:tongue:

gobears1987
06-07-2007, 02:26 PM
If you have to ask.........

Don't worry, there is still some land in Florida which will be drained soon that you might want to make an offer on now before the price shoots up.
Ooh! ooh! How much!!! I gotta buy now!

SBSoxFan
06-07-2007, 03:27 PM
If you have to ask.........

Don't worry, there is still some land in Florida which will be drained soon that you might want to make an offer on now before the price shoots up.

Throw in some Orlando Magic tix so I can see Billy Donovan and you got yourself a deal!

Harry Potter
06-07-2007, 03:29 PM
What's the Score?

DumpJerry
06-07-2007, 03:38 PM
What's the Score?
Game starts at 7:11. Tune into your television or radio for score updates after that.

Iwritecode
06-07-2007, 03:41 PM
In a related story, several hardcore White Sox fans signed a contract to purchase the Brooklyn Bridge today. They plan to re-name it the Nellie Fox Memorial Bridge.:redneck

Wait, are we naming it after the former Sox player or the current WSI member?

johnr1note
06-07-2007, 04:48 PM
Game starts at 7:11. Tune into your television or radio for score updates after that.

Don't rely on the radio -- Farmer doesn't bother with the score, it tends to interrupt his golf stories and reminiscing about Notre Dame and what it was like to pitch for the Phillies.

kevingrt
06-07-2007, 06:04 PM
Don't rely on the radio -- Farmer doesn't bother with the score, it tends to interrupt his golf stories and reminiscing about Notre Dame and what it was like to pitch for the Phillies.

I think he rehashes stories every month.

eriqjaffe
06-07-2007, 11:27 PM
Game starts at 7:11. If you enjoy being miserable, tune into your television or radio for score updates after that.Fixed that for you.

oldcomiskey
06-08-2007, 07:28 AM
What's the Score?

whatever it is the Sox came out on the wrong end of it

TheVulture
06-08-2007, 01:09 PM
Brilliant

ArkanSox
06-08-2007, 03:20 PM
Dear Mr. N. Solo,

Sure, take the easy way out.

sincerely,
living ChiSox fan

California Sox
06-08-2007, 03:24 PM
Only 12 miles north of the Golden Dome, yet a devotee of Michigan football? Crazy.

But I feel for ya, man. I couldn't even read the paper today. Too depressing. When does football season start?

I grew up in St. Joseph, MI and everyone in that neck of the woods is a UM fan (unless they are MSU fans). Catholic school kids sometimes like the Irish, but by far the minority. Growing up with WNDU can make a person hate Notre Dame.

DumpJerry
06-08-2007, 04:18 PM
Don't rely on the radio -- Farmer doesn't bother with the score, it tends to interrupt his golf stories and reminiscing about Notre Dame and what it was like to pitch for the Phillies.
Farmio is protecting our emotions by not mentioning the score.

Sox
06-08-2007, 04:21 PM
I grew up in St. Joseph, MI and everyone in that neck of the woods is a UM fan (unless they are MSU fans). Catholic school kids sometimes like the Irish, but by far the minority. Growing up with WNDU can make a person hate Notre Dame.

Amen to the last part about WNDU and Notre Dame.......