I wonder what his girlfriend think about all th.... hahahahahaha, sorry couldn’t make it to the end.
“Hey, what’s this?”
What do you think? Must a fan always give a baseball to a kid, even if it’s a walk-off dinger? Or is Mai Tai Guy a hero and an example to grown men everywhere who still bring baseball gloves to games?
Mai Tai Guy then added:
It’s the former.
Must a fan always give a baseball to a kid, even if it’s a walk-off dinger?
Every adult that brings a glove to a game and doesn’t have a kid with them should be put on some sort of list.
I’m not sure what’s worse, being Takes-Ball-Away-From-Kids Guy or being Chooses-Drinks-Based-On-ABV guy.
And now we have, I don’t know—at one point in time there were 65 waivers that were given in a year.
And all the reporters there will tweet about the irony. And never have the balls to say it to his face.
there's a lot you could say about this but let's get right to it: what a disingenuous sack of shit
Let’s get that thread rolling with one of my favorite baseball names, John Jaha.
Dan Plesac is every team’s remember that guy guy.
This case should be a layup for the Players’ Union
“But people really care about the truth and will believe it when facts are presented!”
That seems logical, but given the whole movie was a commentary on #fakenews and that people don’t logic any more (since the rise of birtherism, at least) that wouldn’t be convincing to everyone.
I don’t think it’s going to happen for the simple reason that it would mean the end of Paramount’s attempts to turn Star Trek into a Mission: Impossible-type summer tentpole. An R-rated Trek movie would kill that iteration of the franchise dead. Well, um, deader.
I’m going to disagree because of Linda ‘sh*tkicker’ Hamilton.
Legends of Tomorrow is starting production again?