Uh, so I would bet that like me, you too are stricken with a certain sense of superstition.
I was just in New York with some people I hadn't worked with before, and had to teach them all to not split poles.
If you don't know what that is, well, I'll explain at the bottom.
But anyway, I've done a "shark" thing after the last couple amazing, fantastic, unbelievably cool Jeff Samardzija victories.
And so if I stop, his season will go to hell and it'll be all my fault.
Thus today's illustration.
You know this luck "thing", right?
If you don't, then consider yourself lucky.
Because little things like luck stuff can run (not ruin, run) your life.
Okay and that's all I have time for today.
The Cubs are, I guess, hot?
Bryan LaHair, Ryan Dempster, Jeff Samardzija are all on the front page of ESPN stats (well, Demp was yesterday because his ERA is .91, but he must not have enough innings today).
Clutch hits, bunts (CAMPANA!), walks, amazing pitching, and lately...home frickin' runs.
Enjoy the day.
A pole is defined as any vertical object that is taller than your head but not attached to a ceiling.
If you're walking with someone and the pole comes between you, that's bad luck.
I can't help it.
Man, that illustration looks like a logo for a line of Tommy Bahama-ish clothing.
It's for sale, bro.