They should get Sleepy's as their main sponsor and call themselves the California Kings.
posted by Meathooks at 11:57 AM on February 22
Springsteen is weak. That was a terrible performance. It was a good opportunity to use the bathroom.
posted by Meathooks at 10:22 AM on February 03
Wow, the Chargers got hosed in that game on both calls!
posted by Meathooks at 09:55 AM on September 15
Yeah, the classy Pats fans wouldn't have booed a kid wearing a Colts jersey. The kid was old enough to understand why fans boo someone wearing the jersey of their rival....its more of a joke than anything. Doesn't make it right, but it happens.
posted by Meathooks at 11:44 AM on January 16
I like the "Red Sox can't compete with the Yankees in the FA market" crap. Why can't they? They have the second highest revenues in baseball. They can compete if they want...their ownership apparently just has a different attitude about what to do with their profits than the Yankees do. I don't like either team, but I am not crying for the Red Sox in the $$ competitiveness department, that's for sure.
posted by Meathooks at 12:52 PM on July 31
Loretta "only" has 3 errors because he has no range. If it isn't within 5 feet of him, he doesn't get there.
posted by Meathooks at 10:54 AM on July 03
C'mon....Trevor coming out to hells bells is still the best closer music! Even the old people get up and get into it!
posted by Meathooks at 10:36 AM on April 18
Luckily he didn't choke on Todd's meat. Then he would really get a ribbing.
posted by Meathooks at 11:33 AM on June 10
I think it is missing Jeff Kent
posted by Meathooks at 04:24 PM on May 27
I agree that the three point line is too close. It has definitely made the game boring. It has made point guards that can actually move the ball and get other players open less common. Now guards just get the ballat the top of the circle and shoot. I watched Nash last night, he got the ball at the three point line and instead of shooting, penetrated and dished the ball to Stoudamire for a dunk. This seems to be less and less comoon in the NBA, probably because of the closer three point line in college.
posted by Meathooks at 12:49 PM on April 12
He is 36. He should've hung 'em up after last season. He was good in the early 90's....
posted by Meathooks at 09:45 AM on March 16
You think an article written by an owner would be uninformed? I completely disagree - biased maybe, but certainly more informed than you or I.
posted by Meathooks at 06:56 PM on February 17
I concur with this view... http://www.boston.com/sports/hockey/articles/2005/02/17/ice_breakers/
posted by Meathooks at 05:11 PM on February 17
posted by Meathooks at 04:30 PM on February 17
No, it is the current teams les the 7 or 8 teams I mentioned above.
posted by Meathooks at 01:44 PM on February 17
Thanks GSPM, that was my point. OK, maybe one or two teams would've been above the cap, pretty immaterial, you could grandfather them for one season at the number they were at if you wanted. But to make the NHL interesting you need to go back to about 22/23 teams like in the early 90s. At most, 2 teams in California and one team in Florida. Goodbye Atlanta, Caolina, Florida, Nashville, Anaheim, Phoenix, Columbus. I want the Adams Divison, Patrick Division, Norris Division Smythe Division, like the good old days when the NHL was on equal footing with the NBA. I believe you have to make a few rule changes (get rid of center ice stripe, etc) but the game is good and just needs to be in cities that care so they are not subsidizing places that dont.
posted by Meathooks at 01:29 PM on February 17
garfield, what are you "huh"ing?
posted by Meathooks at 12:11 PM on February 17
The more I think about it the dumber it sounds... they locked out the players and demanded that they basically play for commission - but not commission that they earned themselves, but the commission that the owners made by running their businesses properly... things the players have no control over whatsoever. I hear all this about how most of the small fry players in the NHL (including people I know) just want to play, but at least in this case, Goodenow was right not to let it happen. The players are the most to blame. The cap was going to be higher than at least 25 teams payrolls, and with a roll back of salaries likely higher than every teams payroll. I hope they enjoy that most people don't miss hockey and that they can now play for the Idaho Steelheads for $400/week. Stupid.
posted by Meathooks at 11:36 AM on February 17
It is definitely interesting. You knew it had to have some effect, but reducing the odds of making the kick by that much is pretty significant.
posted by Meathooks at 01:51 PM on November 23
I think its kind of funny.
posted by Meathooks at 12:57 PM on November 02
I may regret booking that flight to NY for the World Series!
posted by Meathooks at 09:08 PM on October 19
Schilling will get lit up before the end of the 5th...they are getting good swings at him...
posted by Meathooks at 08:25 PM on October 19
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