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Posted on 2006.14.10 at 00:06
How I feel about it all: awakeawake
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Answers to music picspam meme:

I thought most of these were ridiculously easy, but apparently not.

1. The Hollies
2. The Headstones
3. Chicago
4. Elton John
5. The Rankin Family
6. The Tragically Hip
7. Neil Young
8. Dar Williams
9. Wings
10. Hugh Dillon Redemption Choir
11. The Mamas and the Papas
12. Natalie Merchant
13. Led Zeppelin
14. Nirvana (Kurt Cobain looks amazingly like Ray Kowalski here. *g)
15. Paul Gross and David Keeley
16. Neil Diamond
17. Cheryl Wheeler
18. Bernie Taupin
19. Frank Sinatra IN A FEDORA
20. Stevie Nicks

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sam80853
sam80853 at 2006-10-14 02:29 (UTC) ()
Picture #15 never showed its face. Ever! I would have recognized THE Paul!
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primroseburrows at 2006-10-14 09:44 (UTC) ()
You can blame davidkeeley.org for that. Go over and complain. *g*
peacey at 2006-10-14 20:12 (UTC) ()
These are all supercool people.

And oh yeah.......

*pause*

THE DETROIT TIGERS ARE GOING TO THE MOTHEREFFING WORLD SERIES!!!!!

*passes out in adrenaline-fueled stupor hearing the crack of Maglio's bat*
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2006-10-14 23:17 (UTC) ()
I've been cheering on the Tigers ever since the playoffs. If the Cards get into the Series I'm right there with you. But wah, the Mets are my favourite NL team and there will be a Dilemma. If it had been my favourite AL team, there would be no question at all. :)
peacey at 2006-10-15 10:18 (UTC) ()
Pishposh on the dilemma. As stated by our radio announcer, this year's Tigers are one of the greatest franchise comebacks in all of sports history. Just three years ago we set a major league record for games lost at 119. Until this year, it had been nearly 20 years since the Tigers played a post season game. Skipper Jim Leyland molded 25 good-ish ballplayers into a great team. From the first day of spring training, we fans have watched the wide-eyed glee this team displayed in game after game as they discovered that their potential was far higher than they realized. As the season progressed and the checkmarks in the "W" column mounted, the boys pulled the brims low and kept their mindset focussed, but we heard the giggling in the clubhouse. We are the sandlot, blue-collar boys who never saw this coming, but from the first at-bat in spring, believed.
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2006-10-15 10:28 (UTC) ()
Well, I certainly won't be upset, that's for sure. The Tigers deserve it. They've done so well from day one. I remember someone on my sportsradio station saying at the beginning of the season that they were impressed and wouldn't be at all surprised if Detroit got really far into post-season, but wouldn't specifically predict a Series win.
peacey at 2006-10-15 10:39 (UTC) ()
Nope, nope, nope, neither will I. Not even now. I won't breathe a word of anything that might be construed as a predicition. It's like saying "shutout" during the third period of a hockey game when the goalie's held off every shot so far. It's a jinx, a curse, a sure-fire way to scotch the party. Talk to me when all is said and done and then I'll tell you what's going through my mind now (besides this).

Tickets to the Series go on sale Monday. I stand about the same chance as the Yankees did against Bonderman, but I'm sure as heckfire gonna try.
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