For Mikey – 1978-2009One of the founders of Colt Monday (Both the website and the weekly Emerson "soiree"), Mike Morrison passed away in May 2009. He was the best friend anybody ever had. It might not be much, but this website is dedicated to his memory. We love you and we miss you, Mikey.
- Just spent an hour googling this guy Jeff Glazier, who was in a band called A Raven's Sorrow & now fronts this: youtu.be/s3ajDLEd9Hg #WOW 14 hours ago
- Last night, MIT students made and hung thousands of paper cranes in memory of Officer Collier. cranes.mit.edu 15 hours ago
- I would NOT want to walk across this guy's lawn. Holy hell. youtube.com/watch?v=Q8LVlY… 16 hours ago
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Tag Archives: baseball
Earlier this week, one of the South Carolina Education Lottery machines had a little bit of a malfunction live on TV. Here is a clip of it with balls going everywhere.
Just in time for the Red Sox Yankees series this week, here’s the third ad for New Era featuring Alec Baldwin and John Krasinski as a pair of rival fans. If you missed the first two, click here.
This guy is having some computer trouble and calls up Red Sox catcher Jason Varitek for help. (At least now we know what he’s going to go into after he retires from baseball… and it won’t be acting…)
You’ve probably seen videos of dads at baseball games who catch foul balls while they hold on to their kids. But in the last few days, two dads have done the EXACT opposite! At a Dodgers game against the Florida … Continue reading
You gotta check out New Era’s ad campaign where ALEC BALDWIN (a real-life Yankees fan) and JOHN KRASINSKI (a real-life Red Sox fan) talk trash about the Yankees-Red Sox rivalry. This video is actually the first two commercials in the campaign run back to-back.
At a minor league baseball game, this Chattanooga Lookouts fan is holding his young daughter and trying to squeeze down the aisle when a foul ball came flying right at him. No biggie.
They say JFK was quite an orator, and that Churchill was no slouch in front of a microphone. They were both pretty good, but they’ve got NOTHING on this guy Tim “Wild Thang” Lepard. he manages a team of dog-riding … Continue reading
This guy is my new hero. He’s a Red Sox fan, and his young son is trying to tell him he wants to root for the Yankees. Papa Bear’s not having ANY of that, and sets his crybaby son straight. … Continue reading
If Major League Baseball doesn’t want to do anything about the ridiculous length of their games, then they are running the risk of losing their audience to bored drunk guys like this one, who takes advantage of other bored drunk … Continue reading
Woohoo! Thanks for not being the Yankees or the Phillies! Seriously, congrats on winning the World Series for the first time in over 50+ years, not that anybody in San Francisco really cares about baseball. I couldn’t be happier that … Continue reading
There are trophies for pretty much ANYTHING in sports (I’m the proud owner of a Holyoke Rec League 12 & Under 4th Place Soccer trophy, for instance) and they don’t stop at the amateur level. Even the big timers get … Continue reading
Just look at that fat ugly hump. Now, I don’t know Craig Kusick, and obviously – he must have been talented to enough to play in the major leagues, but c’mon. Nobody in a locker rooom full of 24 other … Continue reading
“Fuck THAT noise. Can I leave yet? They took Strasburg out two innings ago.”
FYI: We’re broadcasting live from the Bahamas for the rest of the week, so if I don’t update again, it’s because I’m drowning in mimosas.
Oh, right. Congratulations, Yankees. You won the World Series after spending $423.5 million on free agents and building a ballpark I could hit a homer out of in ONE offseason. You tipped the scales in your favor so egregiously, it’s comparable to when I take advantage and trade for the top 10 draft picks … Continue reading
Ok, I know that sounds kind of dirty, but honestly, all Halle Berry sexythoughts aside, we (as Americans) have to get behind this thing. Hear me out. If you don’t know what Taco Bell’s Black Jack Taco is yet, you’ve … Continue reading
I mean, I caught an inning here and there; but for the first time since I can remember, I didn’t watch one game from start to finish all season long. I just don’t care about baseball that much anymore. The … Continue reading
So I missed a lot of stuff to make fun of over the past month during our hiatus. It pisses me off, too; I can imagine Mike and I arguing on the phone over who got to pen the requisite “JON & … Continue reading
Finally!!! Congradualtions to Jim Rice on his election to the Baseball Hall of Fame. It’s long over due but instead of focusing on how long it took them lets remember why the voters elected Jim. 16 SEASONS .298 b/a, .352 … Continue reading
From the NY Post this morning… The Dodgers have offered Ramirez a two-year deal worth $60 million to remain in Los Angeles, but he is expected to file for free agency and look for a four-year deal in the $80 million … Continue reading
There’s gay, there’s “Clay-Aiken-wearing-a-tutu” gay, and of course “getting-your-shit-pushed-in-by-a-300lb-prison-inmate-named-Butterballs” gay, but now there’s this: http://yankees.mlb.com/nyy/fan_forum/pumpkins.jsp New York Yankees Logo Pumpkin Stencil (PDF) | (GIF) That’s right. Your New York Yankees are in the pumpkin’ carvin’ business. From The official site of … Continue reading
A little musical gift from our boy Mr. Dang Dang. Enjoy…… Forgot about Dre (Red Sox version!)
… do your cheeks hurt from being stuffed with the Red Sox’s collective dick last night? If the rays don’t turtle after that beatdown, I’ll be shocked. Sox in 7.