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Monthly Archive: March 2004

Sunday

14

March 2004

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Saturday

13

March 2004

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What is wrong with this guy?

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John Henry Williams, the son of Boston Red Sox great, Ted “The Splendid Splinter” Williams has now requested that his body also be cryogenically frozen by the Alcor Life Extension Foundation. If you remember, Ol Teddy has his body in a tank frozen waiting to be revived. Anyways, I went to the Alcor Website and was reading some things. These guys are all messed up. Who would pay for this crap? Read the FAQ and get a laugh. Or, maybe you’re interested and would like to sign up. If you do, tell Ted I say hi. In case you’re a […]

Saturday

13

March 2004

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Woody

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No, I am not talking about Kerry Wood, or Woody from Toy Story. I am referring to Woody Harrelson. The other day I recorded the movie Kingpin. I have to say it was one of the dumbest movies I had seen in a long time. For those of you who have not seen it, the basic plot goes something like this. Woody Harrelson plays an all-state bowling champion who wants to go pro. He meets Billy Murray and they try to hustle so people. The people get pissed and put Harrelson in the ball return, which cuts off his hand. […]

Wednesday

10

March 2004

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No News

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Because of the lack of Cubs news and the lack of time I have had lately, I am just going to send my visitors to 2 sites today. 1) Go to Cubs Now and read what Brian has to say about Michael Barrett. 2) Go to The Cub’s Reporter and read the continuation of the Roundtable Hopefully I will have some time tomorrow to get something written. Otherwise, maybe Shaun will post something (hint hint) postCount(‘107897516454649069’);

Tuesday

9

March 2004

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Bad news

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Well, this isn’t life or death, but I am sorry to announce that Matt Hollinger has resigned from the position of writing for The View From the Bleachers. He retires after a long decorated career of 0 posts. I had asked him to be my fantasy baseball writer on Fridays. Due to time restraints, he won’t be signed on with us anymore. Sorry if this is disappointing to anyone. I don’t really find it all that big of a deal really. Anyways, I am really ready for baseball to start. The last few days I have been navigating my way […]