Sunday, August 24, 2014


Yesterday, with my dad and my son I drove the thee hours to Williamsport, Pennsylvania for the Little League World Series. O, the purity!

We started the season driving an even longer distance to see the Toronto Blue Jays forgettably host the New York Yankees. In between, we saw many a good Rochester Red Wings game. We finished the season watching Seoul defeat Tokyo and are looking forward today to watching the former play Chicago in fifteen minutes.

The LLWS is like going to the school dance with the girl next door. MiLB is like spending some quality time with the missus after a hard day for the both of you. MLB is like whacking off alone to hardcore porn on the Internet.

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Blogger 장흥저널 Jangheung Journal 長興日報 said...

You're on to something there. I love pro sports but the most intense games I can remember watching was when my high school hosted the OFSAA Volleyball playoffs. I'm not a fan of the sport but those games were great.

The more local the better. Pro sports is too abstract to really care about. Its not tribal enough.

August 25, 2014 at 3:37 AM  
Blogger The young fogey said...

That last graf's a keeper; great for quotation. Thanks.

November 5, 2014 at 5:46 AM  

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