hot or not

July 30, 2009

Go over to Brooklyn Met Fan if you don’t already (what the hell is wrong with you?!) and vote for “The Hottest Met 2009.” I voted Murphy, even though it’s probably David Wright. Santana at #3, bringing up the rear. GET IT?

What an image…brb.


stupid IM conversation of the day

April 17, 2009

Stan: Is Oliver Perez’s weight symbolic of his attitude after signing a fat three-year, $36 million contract? Will John Maine be the pitcher we remember from before his shoulder injury last year? Is this the year Mike Pelfrey matures?
STOP ASKING SO MANY QUESTIONS JULIA STILES
me:
where is this
Stan: the damn wall street journal
me:
lol
Stan: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB123992851955927591.html
Julia Stiles is an actress and a Mets fan living in New York. She blogs at www.juliastilesblog.com
me:
oh good
Stan: she’ll be like your alyssa milano
me: SHE IS NOT HAVING SEX WITH BOBBY PARNELL ON MY WATCH
Stan: i don’t think bobby parnell is her stile

In all sincerity, I’ve seen Julia Stiles at Mets games before and she seems like a nice girl and much more of a baseball nerd than Milano (in my mind). Also, she’ll always have a place in my heart for being in a movie that has “You know, these guys are no Bikini Kill or Raincoats, but they’re not bad” as a line of dialogue.

Also, for some reason, I have listened to Bikini Kill’s discography this week, for the first time since college. I DON’T KNOW WHY.

lolz

February 26, 2009

Here is the first line in the description of this book:

Bureau of American Defense operative Carlos Delgado has spent the past sixteen years watching over his shoulder, waiting for death to catch up to him.

By “death” I think they mean “Phillies.”


*applauds*

February 12, 2009

This is the best post about the Mets that I’ve ever seen.


just because

September 4, 2008

Earlier today the boy I’m seeing or whatever was comparing my love of the Mets to his love of America’s Next Top Model, of all things, a show I maybe have seen 10 minutes of total. I said that it didn’t seem the same considering he has contempt for the show’s participants. He emailed the following in response:

I don’t hate all of them. There are heroes and there are villains on every season, like every reality show, and the villains tend to be high-camp witches (Yankees), and the heroes tend to be unsophisticated but bright and likable (Cubs?), and the fun comes from putting vaguely ditzy girls in high-pressure situations (infield fly rule). There is fundamental injustice in Tyra Banks’ judging every week (bad ump), and it used to be that Janice Dickinson would say something hilarious and cruel at least three times a week (Marv Albert). She’s not on the show anymore.

Which is pretty good considering he knows nothing about baseball. I suppose the better analogies here would be “Eric Gagne” instead of “infield fly rule,” and since Marv Albert doesn’t do baseball, perhaps Joe Buck or Tim McCarver?