Wednesday, October 19, 2005

SouthSIDE

I knew it was serious when grown men began crying on the radio

Despite our lead blogger's anti-sports proclivities, I just want to remind you all that this is a Chicago blog, and a historic moment (hopefully ending in a party on Oct 30th) in Chicago sports history. Go Sox!

7 comments:

Lenora said...

You are SO on probation.

red rabbit said...

Hey, some of us watched every game!--even when we were in California. Some of us still live on the southside...

ceds said...

I bet you guys didn't even read the article! now I'll never post about my newest fan, Sarah Weddington :)

red rabbit said...

I did so read the article, but I did not sing into any carnations nor did I dance on any tables.

ceds said...

"It's like I was saying to my wife," White Sox catcher A.J. Pierzynski said. "Or maybe it was Joe Crede or Aaron Rowand. I can't remember but it was someone. I said, 'Who would have believed that a bunch of [expletive] like us would be in the World Series?'"

You'll have to excuse A.J.'s language as well as his apparent inability to tell the difference between his wife and his third baseman. This is the sort of moment that leaves a person tongue-tied, profane, confused and absolutely delirious.

ceds said...

that's from http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2/story?page=caple/offbase/051023

Regina said...

White Sox win! WHITE SOX WIN!