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A fine montage to remember him by from our old friend Paul Proulx (a/k/a barringer82).
But so says the NYT.
"Manny Ramirez and David Ortiz, the sluggers who propelled the Boston Red Sox
to end an 86-year World Series championship drought and to capture
another title three years later, were among the roughly 100 Major
League Baseball players to test positive for performance-enhancing
drugs in 2003, according to lawyers with knowledge of the results.
I dunno why I didn't check a long time ago to see whether Larry
King was on Twitter.It just stands to reason, doesn’t it?After all, he
was Tweeting for many years before the phenomenon even had a name.King’s USA Today column was sadly dropped
eight years ago after a near-two-decade run, but in its heyday it was must-read
material — its “apparently aimless
concatenation of musings and meanderings, plugs, name-drops and nostalgia”
a veritable goldmine of bugfuck crazy stream-of-consciousness.
As if this ceaseless crummy weather hasn't driven us all to our wits end simply by its nature: blocking out the sun and blanketing the region in a clammy, mildewy wet for who knows how many weeks now.Now the rain's got to start messing with our baseball team?I really still cannot believe what I saw happen last night.
These are terrific. Craig Robinson, you are to be commended!
* I'm actually surprised at how many of these are still "pure."
* North by northeast.
* Hey, could be worse.
* A lot. Perhaps one too many.
* A long distance.
* A longer distance.
* From the dove's point of view.
Comedian Paul Scheer -- of Human Giant fame -- paid a visit a couple months back to the auction preview of "property from the life and career of Michael Jackson" at the Neverland Ranch.
He returned, perhaps somewhat shaken, with this Flickr photostream.
The auction was eventually canceled, maybe because, once Jackson signed on for that slate of 50 shows at London's O2 Arena, the need for an a massive cash infusion to shore up his disastrous finances was obviated.
Twitter feed of Editor & Publisher ed Greg
Mitchell: “Last nite I quoted from a '72 Crawdaddy piece that I edited, in
which Michael J said he wanted to tour with favorite band...Jethro Tull!”Also: The
award for best Jacko mourning photo goes to
like, desperate. We use to tell people to watch it, and no one would.”