Thursday, October 24, 2013

It Will Be Over Quickly, I Promise


I have not watched an inning of this year's world series.  Nor have I read a printed word or listened to a radio broadcast.

When talking heads turn to baseball, I turn to Crown Royal.

My prediction is obvious:  I'll be dumbfounded if the Cardinals win a game.

The good news about this is that the lice-bearded uglies won't get to jump around to the gleeful tumult of their own fans.

 Fenway will miss the celebration.  More importantly, I will miss the celebration.

 In a week, we can move on to next year.

The problem is;  I don't see a different outcome in 2014.

So I plan to keep on drinking.





3 comments:

KD said...

Wacha, Wacha, Wacha!!!

John M said...

Obviously, the Cardinals did win a game, but while Boston had to resort to spit/vaseline/rosin-balling in Game 1, the Cardinals had to cheat in their own way in Game 2:

"Carlos Beltran, injected with a painkiller, came through with a huge hit."

So you can numb your body so it doesn't feel pain from an injury, but you can't use a drug to recover more quickly from an injury.

This is the down-is-up world of MLB today. I assume greenies are still allowed as long as you're quiet about it. And,, of course, caffeine in large quantities. Just nothing to actually make you heal.

John M said...

Oh, and about Mr. Beltran:

"In a major shift, the Food and Drug Administration recommended new limits on prescriptions for widely abused narcotic painkillers like Vicodin and Lortab."

But it's OK, FDA! We have a doctor in the clubhouse!