The bugs were attacking us too - and our pitcher did just fine ;DPeterTheAleut said:Hey, did anyone see that game of "Bugs Eat the Yankees"? ??? I'll bet you're just laughing your way through this series, aren't you, cleveland?
That was pretty sweet. I hate USC and the entire PAC-10 by extension but I love seeing the underdog win.PeterTheAleut said:Did anyone here watch unranked and last place Stanford beat No. 1 USC in LA? Bye-bye to the Trojans' winning streak at home. :-*
I read something about Trojan QB John David Booty throwing four interceptions, one of which the Cardinal ran back for a TD--the Cardinal won 24-23.
Would it have been better if the shirt said, "Black Power?"Ian Lazarus said:I saw the saddest thing today at the greek festival today. A greek boy in between two embarresed greek parents with a shirt that said " Black and Proud"
Well, you know the problem with this mentality, don't you? EVERY Pac-10 conference game ends with a Pac-10 team winning. GO DUCKS!scamandrius said:That was pretty sweet. I hate USC and the entire PAC-10 by extension but I love seeing the underdog win.
Someone has yet to tell the Canadians that they have bad taste in everything except hockey, and Americans are doing it better than they are Sorry Canuckie, don't care what you think of Baseball - it hasn't had a number of teams move south of the border or bankrupt (ahem, NHL).Ukiemeister said:Someone has yet to tell the Americans that not only does baseball not count as a sport, we really don't care about it, period.
'Cause you guys stink at it.Ukiemeister said:We lost our AAA Baseball team because it moved south. The CBL folded a few years ago for finacial reasons. The current baseball up here is a joke.......
Um, considering it's practically your national sport, it is an embarrassment that you guys can't keep your own teams financially solvent. You may not like the initial attendance in Detroit, but at least the thugs in that town care enough about the team to keep it where it is.Ukiemeister said:and if you think throwing money around in hockey means anything......I watched the Detroit-Edmonton game tonight.....in Detroit......so-called Hockey Town......the stands were half empty! Whereas Edmonton has sold out 4 straight seasons of home games......
This sentence is indicative of your lack of taste. I'll concede rugby (and yes, I do consider it a real and serious sport); but your "football" (whether you're using the word in the European or American sense) is a joke - considering our NFL castoffs can become CFL MVP's - and your beers are mostly tasteless (I do like Labatts, but c'mon, most of your beers are terrible), there's no way you make whiskey better than even one of our 50 states, let alone the collection, and coffee????????????????? Tell me you threw that in to see if I was paying attention...Ukiemeister said:we also play football better and can kick you around in rugby......and we have better beer, rye, whisky, coffee.....
Call me unpatriotic but I'd take Grappa, Caffe corretto grappa, and Zeppoli any day over the garbage served here. And for sports, well, all that matters is European football.Ukiemeister said:Meh......anyhow.......I stick to my guns......we have better hockey, better football, better rugby, better liquor, better coffee, better doughnuts......better everything.....OH CANADA!
I do not like green eggs and meat... It's you that I would like to eat.ozgeorge said:The difference between "involvement" and "commitment" can be seen in a dish of ham and eggs.
The chicken was "involved", the pig was "committed".