I wasn't gonna say anything, but I heard bleacher people saw him doing that at Wrigley too.
Tonight it's Gorzelanny against Jeff Weaver, who appears to be about a hundred.
Here's a story from Wikipedia:
"In August, 2003, ebay member "freerangeveal" attempted to sell Weaver on eBay. The auction appeared the day after Weaver gave up 11 runs against the Kansas City Royals. The auction lasted for one day, and the bidding reached the ebay limit and record of $99,999,999.00 before it was removed as against eBay policy."
Didn't know that one.
I just moved offices.
I'm now next to a guy with a giant Cardinal logo on his door, Jay.
He's always in a great mood lately.
What a jag.
I got on Twitter.
I don't actually tweet, but when I post a new one it automatically tweets that out.
I also don't have many followers, but I can tell you that judging from some the ones who do, I am prettty dang hot with the ladies.
You can click on who's following you, and usually there's a photo of a hottie in a bikini.
Pretty flattering they'd just send a shot like that, right?
And the messages?
"Add some spice to your liife and find some new sex partner"
"That's my problem. I'm addict to sex."
This morning, got a new one: "I don't care if you drive a PINTO or a FERRARI. If you know how to treat me right."
I guess maybe with that one, she's probably got the wrong guy since I don't drive either of those.
But you can really see the value in this Twitter thing.
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