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Tuesday, October 12, 2004

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I've been reading the SoSH board to get my Hate up ( To get you Hate up please visit: http://p086.ezboard.com/fsonsofsamhornbostonredsox.showMessageRange?topicID=14194.topic&start=81&stop=100). Forget what's happened in the past, do Sox fans really believe that they have so much a better team than the Yankees that they are posting that they're gonna sweep? I understand that what's happened in the past doesn't matter, (except what maybe on the mind of certain players, who's your daddy Pedro?), but there is no way you can tell me that the Sox are gonna sweep the Yankees. It could happen, anything's possible. I could predict the Yankees are gonna sweep the Sox, it could happen, but it probably won't. Yep, Sox fans got my hate up, they keep saying "We want the Yankees!" Well, guess what Gump, you got'em. Hope you choke on'em.

P.S. I know there are all kinds of fans on both sides, and no one fan speaks for all. However, some of the moronic posts over at SoSH that are breaking the two teams down are giving the edge at SS to the Sox. Hey, it has worked it's gotten my Hate up. Crush those Sox and make their fans cry. They say "Bring it on", to which I quote from a really terrible movie and say "Oh, it's already been brought!".

P.S.S. There is an especially good post calling all Yankee fans cowards, and that we're already making excuses in case the Yankees lose. He says he's hearing this from all his friends who are Yankee fans. First you need to get some friends with balls, and second, dude, no problem, you won't find that here, no excuses, bite me, I've got you're cowards right here (grabbing cojones, in case you couldn't already picture that).

Go Yanks! Hey Schilling, break a leg. No really I hope you break your freakin' leg.

Hey, Joe, not to rain on your parade, but saying you hope that Curt Schilling breaks his leg, for real, as opposed to saying something like "hey, Curt, throw a good game, but I hope you lose", might just put you in the "yankees fan as coward" category that you seem to be irate about.

One last thing, Joe - if you got to NYYFans.com, the Bombers' equivalent of SoSH, then you'd find this as post #2 on the "predict the series" thread. Maybe you want to move out of that proverbial glass house?

bluecrew
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Registered: Aug 2004
Location: NJ 10-12-04 06:51 PM
ALCS MVP: Arod

Game 1: Moose wins 3-2 squeaker
Game 2: Pedro blown out by daddy, 10-7
Game 3: Brown Shuts em Down, 6-3
Game 4: Shut the door, 12-10

SWEEP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


SF, just a joke, based on his tender ankle, just getting the Hate up. Seems like it worked. But I don't really hope he breaks his leg, I wouldn't want to give Sox fans any excuses. I want Schilling to pitch so when the Yankees beat the Sox there won't be any of this we were the better team crap. All that matters is winning. Ask the Florida Marlins.

SF, as per that NYYFans.com poster, like I said all kinds of moronic fans out there. I'm sure there's some moronic Yankee fan out there wishing Schilling would break a leg or something.

Go Yankees. Pound the Sox. Who's your Daddy?

SF, in case I wasn't clear, and I forgot to add this to my previous post, I am sorry if anyone was offended by the break a leg joke, especially since it wasn't clear it was a joke. I would be just as upset if people were making jokes about Rivera's kin that just passed away. This is only a baseball game. I hope no one gets hurt, especially during the celebrations, as we so often see.

That being said...

Go Yankees. Pound the Sox. Who's your Daddy?

Hey where is everybody, did I drive everybody away? I was just joking about Schilling, mostly ;)

To: Francona
From: Torre
Re: ALCS

Terry,
Congrats on getting the team past the Angels. I had a feeling I'd see your ugly mug this time of year. A word to the wise: watch your boys. Mouthing off the way Pedro did last year won't get you anywhere. You better bring it. Don't think that my squad isn't up to the task. We've taken you to the cleaners how many times now? In any case, I look forward to a reasonably non-violent opening game.

Sincerely,
Joe

PS: Keep Pedro on his leash. Zimm's in town.

Is there any way we can get Zimm on the Yankee bench? The players need to rub his head for luck, plus it would make Pedro nervous.

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