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Saturday, May 19, 2007

What a funny game

I'm convinced baseball is the only sport where you could play two games on the same day that have such completely different results. Crazy hahahaha

Lead will still be 10.5 :D

11 comments:

benoitemond said...

I wasn't going to Nashua on Thursday until I saw that THE WORLD FAMOUS MONKEY BOY will be there. I can only pray that SPLITS THE BANANA will also be appearing.

benoitemond said...

What the hell is wrong with Kyle and Kurt Busch? Unbelievable.

Joe Grav said...

they're both retarded, the only humor is in that they both took one another out

Joe Grav said...

my boy mark is good on the long run but there arent any long runs tonight, unfortunately...

benoitemond said...

I was damn happy to see Chelsea beat Manchester United today for the FA cup. Who do you like on Wednesday? Liverpool is my favorite team but AC Milan may be too tough.

Joe Grav said...

OBVIOUSLY i will be pulling for Liverpool but AC Milan is tough

You'll Never Walk Alone

BTW if you're not busy on Wednesday afternoon I recommend going to the Phoenix Landing in Cambridge to watch the match... it's' gonna be a zoo

And yeah f*ck ManU

wooden said...

Good to see Chris Aames is out of rehab... though I'd love to be a fly on the wall if/when he and Nick cross paths.

TonyTheTiger20 said...

tony stewart has noooooooo buisness being in 5th lol. that was a product of being just plain good.

Joe Grav said...

kenny wallace had noooo business being in that race... that was a product of a just plain stupid format

Joe Grav said...

Humpy Picks Johnson to Win All Star Race; Montoya to Win Open: H.A. "Humpy" Wheeler revealed Jimmie Johnson as his selection to win Saturday night's NASCAR Nextel All-Star Challenge at Lowe's Motor Speedway. Known for his promotional flair and Karnac-type ability, Wheeler, president and general manager of Lowe's Motor Speedway, has correctly picked the winner of the All-Star Challenge 10 times in the past 18 races. He correctly selected Johnson to win the race in 2003. Also, in an extremely unusual move, Wheeler believes a rookie will win the Nextel Open. "This will surprise a lot of people, but I'm going with Juan Pablo Montoya to win the Nextel Open," Wheeler said.(LMS PR)(5-15-2007)


---Celtics

TonyTheTiger20 said...

that's like picking michael waltrip to win the pole. agressive driver in a race that is always a wreckfest? it's why you see montoya, ragan, and the busch's out and drivers like mark martin, kevin harvick, and jimmie johnson there at the end.