Obviously Yawkey was trash, but the opportunism of this on Powder’s part is gross. I read about Yawkey being a racist prick when I was a kid. Kind of like Fatty and the Washington Football Team
Maybe I’m remembering it wrong, but didn’t they name the street after him only because he had just died and the w…
Glenn’s lungs must be in great shape with all of that sucking in the gut during photos
I picked up on that right away. Unfortunately, have been doing more of that myself the last few months.
Turd Furguson wrote:
Is Rickon Stark the Chuck Cunningham of GOT? Bran with a Dr Manhattan type of vibe too.
I definitely don’t remember Chuck being killed on screen with an arrow through the heart. 😉
I mean that he’s never mentioned or talked about again. Even in flashbacks. I know there wasn’t much chara…
On the train home today and there was a Globe sports page sitting on a seat. Above the fold left was Jimmy G getting sacked. Above the fold right, a Shank Mad Libs that the great Sox/Yankees rivalry is back. All the plays in the game last night and that’s the picture they pick. Strange.
I might have missed a day, so apologies if t…[Read more]
I’ve developed an unnatural hatred for the Rays. Love this stuff.
I still have a knee-jerk residual hatred for them. Naimoli, Vitale, Maddon, that loudmouth guy you could always hear because he was the only Rays’ fan in the park. But then I remember that Kevin Cash is their manager now, and he’s so much…
When the Red Sox have a three game losing streak, stories will come out how trades fell through before the trade deadline.
I think it was Gammo who declared (probably more than once) after the Sox did nothing before a deadline: “The Sox were in on everything” That statement always used to piss me off.
Wasn’t she on the sidelines in the basketball game? Joe Gill mourning the loss of one of the earliest coaches in franchise history?
Just saw that about MacPherson. Is it bad I thought he was dead already?
I thought he was dead too. And I would have thought when he departed the Pats in 1992, he was closer to 71 than 61…[Read more]
I sure hope Phil is able to toss game crushing fourth quarter interceptions as well in LA as he did in SD.
Did they at least ditch the lightning bolt they were displaying when they moved (that looked like the SS emblem from the Third Reich)?
Canadian Soldier wrote:
FROSTBITE FALLS, MN. — The voice of Rocket J. Squirrel, Natasha Fatale and Nell Fenwick* — among thousands of others — will not be down for her Cream of Wheat. *Springfield, Mass.’s own June Foray, dead at 99.
Also the voice of Granny (Tweety/Sylvester), Cindy Lou Who and board favorite Miss Prissy/Widder Hen.
I can’t tell a difference between Megliola and LJ. Never have.
Megs said “right” at the end of every sentence. One of those things that, once noticed, can never be ignored. Like Keefe’s “yup” or Madam Jones’ pronunciation of the word “but.” Nails-on-chalkboard stuff.
No one kisses the butts of the weekday hosts…[Read more]
Board minority here but this is one of those rare first place teams that needs a major shakeup via a managerial change. It’s straight out of Hot Takes 101, but I would be in favor of Leyland giving this team an enema for the next three months.
An enema would consist of tossing away a veteran or two, not just sending Devers back to P…[Read more]
They were even the wrong kind of nerds- instead of wanting to be Stan Lee or GRRM or something (Josh Wheedon, worth 11ty billion) he’s milquetoast taking for scraps
Right, but now the perennial losers think they can use their position in their profession to lord it over the athletes – something they cou…
Fred and Steve still have their steakhouse in RI….here are two of their “trophy case” menu items. Smerlas and DeOssie’s Trophy Case Served for two or one if you dare! * 33 oz. Tomahawk Beef Rib Eye & Two Jumbo Stuffed Shrimp Imperial With haricot vert, baby carrots and scallion & bacon mashed potatoes 135. 48 oz. Porterhouse
Laszlo Panaflex wrote:
I was a big Space 1999 fan back in the day. I recall rushing home from church to watch it on Chanel 27 (or was it 38)?
I think 27 was a spannish station, so it was probably 56, or 38.
Changed over in the early 80s….before that was the home of Bay State Bowling and New England College Basketball (usually Holy…[Read more]
Major Intangibles wrote:
I don’t want to clutter up the 15 post Weekend Thread, so;
George Romero will not be down to scare the bejesus out of mall visitors again.
Also, Martin Landau will not be coming down to lead an Impossible Mission Force to Moonbase Alpha.
Say what you will a…
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