The NY Times on last night’s All-Star Game:
The NL scored all its runs in the second inning, and 22 of its last 24 batters made out.
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They made out but couldn’t score?
Reckon the NL will ever win another All-Star game?
“They made out but couldn’t score?”
Hell. They couldn’t even get to second base.
In front of all those children. The gall.
How would the 1977 Kansas City Royals feel about this?
Well, they don’t call him Pujols for nothing.
There was a game last night? I tuned in and all I saw was an Obamercial.
I knew it. All them atheletes is homos. Especially football players–the way that the center and the quarterback cozy up at every play, you’d swear they was gay-married.
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