One time in 1985 I won a Superbowl pool when a guy named Henry Waechter sacked Steve Grogan in the endzone for a safety and two little points that changed the numbers from 44-10 to 46-10 with hardly any time left.
I was shocked!
A guy I know was working out at a hotel and walked into the men's locker room to find a topless woman putting on makeup.
When he told me, I was shocked!
Just this morning, I made coffee with this horrible little machine in my room. I put the little plastic top on the little styro cup, but when I took my first sip about half the cup of hot coffee spilled on my chest because I hadn't put the top on right.
I'm still shocked!
Last night I was at a place called Ercoles in Manhattan Beach with my brother watching the Kings play the Devils, surrounded by a rabid crowd of happy Californians.
When I looked at my little At Bat app on my phone to check the Cubs score and saw they were getting shut out, I figured hell, that's exactly what I thought was gonna happen.
Zach Grienke has won 15 straight games at Miller Park, and he wasn't about to start losing with this rascally team of Cub do-badders.
Not shocked at all.
Brewers 8 Cubs zeero.
What else isn't shocking?
The Cubs first round pick, Albert Almora, is represented by Scott Boras.
Of COURSE HE IS!
And I can't wait to read about the contract negotiations as Boras ramrods some sickening money number down our throats.
Whatever, I hope they sign him and he turns into Babe Ruth.
By the way, the Kings lost last night and everybody was shocked.