Random rantings and ravings about the Los Angeles Dodgers, written by a small consortium of rabid Dodger fans. With occasional comments on baseball, entertainment, pop culture and life in general.
The second happiest place? That's easy.
If that's the book I'm thinking of, I saw the Angel version at Marshalls. I wonder if there's one for all 30 teams. (And why are these people not carrying Dodger Dogs?)I need to get this book.
I'm so confused about who to start for my fantasy basketball team... ahhh.
Tshirts and jerseys should not be tucked into your jeans. I'm looking at you, fake family on the left!
There are more white people in this one frame than usually attend Dodger games.
My son's favorite book - and thus quickly becoming my least favorite book - is HELLO MR. MET. Written by Rusty Staub! I'm buying the Dodgers one, and will be comparing the two novels very soon.www.mascotbooks.com
I look forward to a thorough, thoughftul comparative analysis of the two works.ps-Rusty Staub can write?
Shirts tucked into shorts (with SANDALS, no less) is a far greater offense.
And no Manny wigs?
Who are the people on the right? They are drawn in too great of detail, especially compared to the family on the left, to be "another family" (And they don't particularly look like a family)My guess, L to R:Jim Courier (or Chuck Klosterman)Laurie Metcalf from RoseanneTilda Swintonand Ray Bourque
I looked at this closer and noted the background people, too. Seriously, what is this, "This Is My Town - White People" ?
Man, seeing Jumbo's makes me pine for the good ol' days on Kenmore Ave.
And a (temporary) new avatar was born.Krusty: There is clearly someone on non-white persuasion in the background, sporting capri pants.
"of, not "on"
The kid in foreground - left raising his hand looks like a lil' Steve Garvey.
@Josh-Yes, and she seems to be wearing a Detroit jersey.
The lady looks like she's from TLC's 19 kids and counting with that long skirt!
Haw! One of the Duggars! That's Dittmore's neighbor, no?
MMMMmmmm....victory knots:"Victory Knot: A new item is the Victory Knot, an extreme take on the traditional soft pretzel. Enough to feed about four hungry fans, this giant pretzel is made with two pounds of dough, topped with sea salt and served with three dipping sauces – chipotle honey mustard, sweet cinnamon crème and beer cheese – in a full-size pizza box. The Victory Knot is available at California Pizza Kitchen stands"
This image is no whiter than all ten seasons of "Friends". And for my money, less annoying too.
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