Well, once again I am recapping from the state of “I didn’t see a damn bit of it.” I have been at work accomplishing a little toward trying to meet professional responsibilities and generate revenue. I did keep GameCast and … Finish Reading
Yes it is I. I am the lucky charm sent to rescue this crowd of tired noble native warriors from their potential demise. Very unusual, because it seems as more likley I would be the jinx, but not this time.… Finish Reading
Got on board a westbound 747 (not anymore, Delta charter of some type),
Didn’t think before deciding what to do (this one goes out to Snitker on why he pitched Touki one inning Sunday and started Smyly last night. Really!!!)… Finish Reading
Yes, Vinings Ridge is probably a little over a mile southwest of the current Truist Park. Some of the best views of the City of Atlanta and its Metro environs can be had there. This is the place where the … Finish Reading
Oh, what a beautiful morning.
Oh, what a beautiful day.
I’ve got a wonderful feeling,
Everything’s going our way.
Many on Braves Journal have been trying to coax out a game like this for the … Finish Reading
In Christian scripture this situation is described thusly:
“So, because you are lukewarm and neither hot nor cold, I will spit you out of my mouth.” Revelation 3:16
Yep, these Braves have certainly worked mediocre … Finish Reading
“We are who we thought we were.” Or, from Bill Parcells: “We are what our reord says we are.”
On most of the Braves journey from the end of around 2003 (maybe actually not fully realized until the 2005 postseason) … Finish Reading
Last night the Braves ended their fourth game in 30 hours or so. But they only played 27 innings. Strange.
Braves competed yesterday in a place famous for mimicking modern toilets. Or is it ancient compost piles? Something like that.… Finish Reading
Deflection to an old nearly worn out theme, but a different aspect. Whenever the Braves sign a contract or take someone in trade as to which 10 million or more is owed, they need to do a MASSIVE PI investigation. … Finish Reading
Although the word mayhem is used frequently today, it is rarely according to its original and accurate meaning. At English Common Law, mayhem was an intentional assault resulting in the permanent loss of a bodily part (Sound close, tfloyd?). So … Finish Reading