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Tuesday, December 26, 2006


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Only three of those have a kigo!!!!

Well I'm not a Sox fan so I don't know how Bostonians would pronounce WEEI... but if you just say the letters, it's more than four syllables.

They like me. They really like me!

It wasn't my own favorite, but hey, I'm not complaining.

Bus+telephone pole=big mess. Server was down, some DNS seem to be lagging in repopulating my new IP, so if:

this Daiku link doesn't work, use this hard-coded IP:" - this one will be broken after the repair is effected to my downed telephone pole. Since it's QWest, who knows when that will be.

Huzzah! A citation for excellence. Mom will be so proud. ;)

Actually, mom would have no idea who "Dice-K" is, what Haiku is, and it's perhaps 50/50 if she knows what a blog is. Heck, to her, teams "make a point" when they score a run.

Harry Caray is a late sports announcer. Hari Kiri is cutting open your stomach in an act of ritual sacrifice.

this is the single greatest moment of my life.

"Hari Kiri is cutting open your stomach in an act of ritual sacrifice."

Which is probably what Daisuke Matsuzaka would have had to do if he would have turned down Boston's offer and returned to Japan costing Seibu 51.1 million dollars.

A fine winter treat.
Congratulations, victors.
Back to the hot stove.

You guys notice you got a mention in Extra Bases today? Thought I'd point that out.

'W E E I' has SIX syllables just by itself and THAT haiku got second prize?!?!?!? Who were the judges?? Re-Open the contest!! We need a re-do!

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