Jesus! Even more evidence of Russia meddling with our erections.
In 1966 he hit .316/.410/.637 with 49 homers and 122 rbi. He led the AL in average, OBP, and RBI and led the majors in SLG, OPS, runs, and homers. He won the Triple Crown, the MVP and World Series MVP. He accomplished more in 1966 than most hall of famers did in their careers
Brooks Robinson today called him the best player on their team. Brooks Robinson.
I hate to tell you, but Jesus had a brother James. And at the peak of his career on earth, so to speak, Jesus had traumatically good hang time.
This could end up being the worst contract in pro sport history.
Wizards are going to have to declare a national emergency to pay his contract.
Would have also accepted Baloney Romo.
“Jon Bon Jovi is happy, which is too bad because his band is fucking awful.”
“Plenty of women found him unsettling, and the ones who attended his trial still often saw him a monster”
You remember that Sunday morning, two months after dad left, you wake up and notice mom’s hair is seriously mussed, and then you walk into the kitchen and dad is making eggs like the past eight weeks never happened . . .
It’s more of a feature than a bug - if you’ve got a card with $3.14 in Itchy and Scratchy money and the cheapest item is $5.00, so you refuse to reload your card, the ballpark is the one that wins because they get to hang onto your $3.14.
His hate shit was one thing, but to deny that a Charmander can become a Charizard if it trains really hard is just wrong.
So we’re supposed to believe that the government is capable of coordinating complex conspiracies, like running a sex ring and planting pipe bombs, but that an individual man can’t paint his sock to make it look like blood?
Six or seven kickers is a lot of kickers
I’ve never met the man, but I think he would prefer to go in as a Binghamton Rumble Pony. Now you might ask “did he ever play for the Mets AA affiliate?”
You’re making those names up.
As a Saints fan I can recall the time when I actually was excited for Jake Delhomme to start at QB because the alternatives ahead of him were Billy Joe Tolliver and Billy Joe Hobert.
I know Jake Delhomme didn’t play for the Cardinals, but spiritually, I really feel like we should add him to this list.
Imagine what kind of numbers he would have put up with just someone serviceable and consistent at QB. Not even a Brees or Brady or Rodgers, but like...Kyle Orton or Jon Kitna or something...