Let’s Fail to Remember Some Guys
No need to eliminate it. It should apply to “a well-regulated militia,” not any idiot who fancies himself a suburban commando.
Seriously, I’ve been here since 2007 can I please get out of the greys?
Hannah this is so good, you continue to rock!
Awesome stuff, Hannah!
It’s tough to get anyone in Washington to admit to obstruction these days.
I guess this is as good a time as any to post this pic of me and the Chicken. This was a Chattanooga Lookouts game from the summer of 1982.
female tennis player of all time
Mike was like “Good gracious, pasta so tasteless”
Matt Purke looks like he only plays baseball ironically. Sort of like he wants to go back to the minors because nobody’s heard of the team he was playing on.
the photo of chris christie is credited to frank franklin ii. america have we run out of names it is ok to say yes we can work on this
Probably way too soon to be making this joke, but it’s a bummer how that suit went from my Reservoir Dogs suit to my “Turkish assassin” suit in the span of, like, five minutes.
A visual approximation of Hannah’s dad:
I really hope the Mets don’t waste a camp invite on someone who has proven he can’t play baseball at the Major League level. I get that he’s a really nice guy and used to be a famous star, but this whole David Wright spectacle needs to come to an end.
My Dad gets compliments on his Ron Swoboda Mets jersey and YA Tittle Giants Jersey every time he wears them to games. I picked up a Jason Sehorn for christmas and have never been high-fived so much at a game. People love remembering some guys, and especially when others remember those same guys.
Phil Kessel is a commemorative ticket lanyard away from being a dad wearing a Phil Kessel jersey.
I can’t speak to dressage, but I spent an entire afternoon watching the cross country equestrian competition. It was awesome and it looked incredibly difficult for both rider and horse. I had no idea that was a sport. They had riders who were in their early 20's all the way up to early 60's! And horses from 3-18.
“Don’t play baseball with the tigers.” — Carlos Sousa