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What Passes for Life: Don't be afraid of the ball edition


Why is this image here? Basically because of the look on the player's face. Now there's the look of a guy that really wants to be there. (Black Shoe Diaries)

Lane Kiffin+Arizona+Ed Orgeron in drag+political incorrectness=fun.
An interesting little gem hitting many targets at once. (EDSBS)

And since I went there: Machette/Luz 2012. I'm just saying.

"Grown man jersey etiquette." If you're a grown man, don't wear one. (Unless mitigating circumstances otherwise say so.) (The Mets Police)

Atlanta Braves to retire Tom Glavine's number in August. By then, that might be the only reason to go to a Braves' game in August. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)


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Why is this image here? Basically because of the look on the player's face. Now there's the look of a guy that really wants to be there. (Black Shoe Diaries)

Lane Kiffin+Arizona+Ed Orgeron in drag+political incorrectness=fun.
An interesting little gem hitting many targets at once. (EDSBS)

And since I went there: Machette/Luz 2012. I'm just saying.

"Grown man jersey etiquette." If you're a grown man, don't wear one. (Unless mitigating circumstances otherwise say so.) (The Mets Police)

Atlanta Braves to retire Tom Glavine's number in August. By then, that might be the only reason to go to a Braves' game in August. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)



Posted originally: 2010-05-11 17:43:00
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