Monday, July 10, 2006

If It Worked for Needham . . .

I'm thinking about quitting, too. Looove meeee!

10 comments:

El Gran Color Naranja said...

Good. Quit. See if we care.

Chris Needham said...

George Johnson loves your work.

Yuda said...

I think we all assumed that you already had quit.

The Lost Senator Tribe said...

At least you have a blog to quit. It'd be a shame to give up when a few years down the road, we'll have an interesting team. :)

Eddie Cunningham said...

Believe it or not, I'm going to MORE games now than I did last year. I don't need the '27 Yankees as a reason to go out to the ballpark, and I don't need to wait for the new ballpark to open as a reason to go. This team is going to win over sixty to seventy games, and I am going to try to see as many of them as I can. If you are not patient enough for this, that's your problem and not mine.

Anonymous said...

You refuse to answer after I besmirched thy name. Prepare to be mocked again.

-ntr Eddie Cunningham

Eddie Cunningham said...

"You refuse to answer after I besmirched thy name. Prepare to be mocked again."

Last time I posted here I accidentally mistyped my name and you make a federal case out of it. Now I type it correctly and you want to rip me a new one simply because I didn't respond to you? Here is my response---FU!

Anyway, I'd like to see what the Distinguished Senator has to say about the trade with the Reds. Most people seem to think this is a great deal. Since DS is one of Bowden's biggest critics, I'd like to see what he thinks.

Eddie Cunningham said...

Why do I need to answer you at all?

Ryan said...

I think the trade is rad, and I have no idea what any of the rest of this is about.

Eddie Cunningham said...

Please accept my apologies, Ryan. My post was REALLY directed towards "Anomynous", not you. My first post disappeared, so I typed a second post.

Anyway, make a knot and hang in there! I think that either Soriano will soon be traded for a talented prospect who will help us down the road, or Kasten will try to lock him down to a long-term contract. One or the other is going to happen.