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Thursday, January 26, 2006


It Really Wouldn't Be That Hard to Do a One-Second Google Search and Fix That

Simmons: It bothers me that I don't know what VORP is, I feel inadequate. No wonder they don't take me seriously on the SOSH Red Sox board.

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posted by Junior  # 3:04 PM
"[I]t's right up there with Norman Dale's "I love you guys" speech in "Hoosiers" and Paul Crewe's "For Caretaker" speech in "The Longest Yard" in my book."

"But with Damon, as I wrote in my column (after he left), they pursued him with the same enthusiasm of Nicole Richie halfheartedly poking at a Caesar salad."

"I bet Schilling reads this stuff, shakes his head, then goes to work out with the same look on his face that Clubber Lang had training for the first title fight with Rocky."

"I thought you were just soaking the moment in, and only because the place was so freaking loud that it almost seemed like the scene in "Karate Kid 2" when Daniel-San has to fight the crazy Japanese kid to the death and everyone is banging those drumsticks."

Sweet cultural refs, brah!
Schilling, a man whose job it is to throw baseballs, knows more about sabermetric analysis than Simmons, a man whose job it is to ANALYZE BASEBALL.

Actually, I take that back. Simmons' job is to mention movies he's seen.
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