Brewers Postseason

Weird, didn’t think I’d ever write that in my lifetime.

At any rate, the Brewers opened the NLDS in Philly today and, 9th inning quasi-rally notwithstanding, were dealt with rather handily by Cole “Goddamned” Hamels.  As usual Corey Hart struck out, which leads me to wonder what you call a slump when it last 2+ months– let’s call it a Hart.

The Devil Cubs are about to open their own series against the Dodgers in Wrigley Dump.  Let’s all watch and see what happens…

70 thoughts on “Brewers Postseason

  1. i mean it… FOREVER. goodbye! you will never see me here again. i’m going… goodbye whazzmaster! goodbye fat scientist! goodbye green and grey layout! i’m leaving!

  2. really tempted to put 10k on goog at the bell. see almost no downside. think rach-o would mind?

  3. does anyone believe that shamrock got accidentally headbutted while training and that alone cut him so bad that the florida boxing commission said he couldn’t fight?

    should kimbo have taken the new fight?

    will pinnacle ever send me my $2500 back? every financial institution should put everything they have in GOOG at the bell and sell it all off at noon. economy = fixed.

  4. new favorite commercial: pos-t-vac. forget boner pills… this is some sort of motor driven robo-dick. (medicare part b has stipulations to give one of these to everyone over 55 at your expense). their brilliant suggestion:

    “if you have a brain in your head, dial this 1-800 number…. why take the best part of life out of life when you can have life with pos-t-vac.”

    this shit should be criminal.

  5. “The three men believe the anonymous trickster was a kind of “mystic”, as they didn’t feel in control of their actions when following his strange instructions. ”

    Freakin cal…

  6. This led to the thought, is there a hobo RPG. Answer, yes: Game Description and Comments

    Hobo Wars is a free online RPG with an attitude. As you can tell by the screenshot below, Hobo Wars is mostly text-based but does have humorous graphics that describe the different areas of the game. In an interesting twist, some areas of the game are actually real-life retail chains such as Wal-mart and Toys’R’Us.

    You play as a hobo that explores cities doing various activities such as begging, gambling, and fighting. You gain experience by begging and fighting. You also need to stay “awake”. One of the main ways to stay “awake” is by buying food at the aforementioned Wal-mart.

    Hobo Wars is currently on the Top 10 Online Games list as ranked by Review Members. Humor and originality have allowed the game to break into the Top Ten. HBW is also on’s Top 10 Online RPG list.

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