Wednesday, January 19, 2011

They Made Us Feel Right at Home

The gentlemen's restroom door at Father's Office in Culver City.

12 comments:

Pistol Pete Reiser said...

Hopefully, this isn't foreshadowing for where our season is going....

I'd prefer to think of it as the place Ned hides and weaves his special brand of managerial magic!

Alright, I hereby pledge to no longer bash Ned and the McCourts, worry about our hitting, fret over our outfield, stress over Broxton, and generally despair - and simply enjoy the picture of a men's room john door for what it is.

Wtf am I typing?

Last thought. "Ned and the McCourts".... sounds like a 60s Kingston Trio-ish kind of group thing?

I need coffee....

Mr. Customer said...

Good god, do I love that place.

Mr. Customer said...

^Father's Office, not the restroom specifically (though it is clean and well maintained).

Steve Sax said...

Mr Customer, George Michael has stolen your avatar

Mr. Customer said...

The Fridge or the Laughing Ethier?

Mr. Customer said...

^because it would be way more awesome if it were this one.

Dusty Baker said...

Isn't this the corner office at SoSG International Headquarters?

Eric Karros said...

DB - Actually, it's the door to the 8' x 8' office that we all share (thus the plural on the nameplate).

I'm not complaining, given that I was previously in a 4' x 4' cube that I shared with the water cooler and copy machine.

Dusty Baker said...

If Sax would lay off the Oban, maybe you boys could afford a sink or something.

Steve Sax said...

@Dusty: that's what the moist towlettes are for.

Moist.

Moist.

Moist.

Dusty Baker said...

moistMoistMOIST!!!

Dusty Baker said...

(dries)