I’ve Never Seen Him So Happy Before

One day, I will restore our glorious tagboard so that we don’t need to rely on this barbaric comment system that’s completely spam infested. Unfortunately that day is not today.

– I know now that Roy Halladay’s perfect game would never have happened in Toronto. It could only happen in Philadelphia. Only when he could feast on the sad collection of shitty pitcher-filled NL lineups. But Toronto’s gotta let him go, I mean…honouring Doc while playing the Rays…? What? Honestly, come on, that’s just kind of sad. It’s like when people clap after movies. Everyone involved in the movie’s in Hollywood doing lines off a stripper, not there in that theatre basking in your pointless applause. Doc’s doing blow in Philly, he’s got no time for us now, clapping into this shitty cement theatre.

– Likewise, I know now that Gustavo Chacin’s first career homer and first career hit would never have happened in Toronto. Maybe because pitchers only hit in NL parks. And also because Chacin would be too shitty to make this team.

This is a pretty nifty shoulder lock, isn’t it? I can’t imagine it ever working though – it takes an eternity to do and requires the other guy to stay motionless the entire time. Although I wouldn’t be surprised to see a guy like Dustin Hazelett pull it off.

– Here’s the latest trailer for Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. It looks pretty cool. Too bad this shit’s all played out and sold out now – I was all over this back when it was still indie and shit. Now that it’s all mainstream, I hate it!

– Here’s one to get in on while it’s still super indie…the next Spider-Man movie, starring…Donald Glover? I suddenly want to watch this hypothetical Spider-Man so much more than anything they could possibly have actually planned for a real Spider-Man movie.

– Since I am obligated to post any and all Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme covers on this site, this is a video of a dude doing it while also doing a Gandalf impression. There’s really nothing much else I can say to sell this one…although to nitpick, it should be “yo home, to Bel-Air!”

Looked at my kingdom I was finally there
To sit on my throne as the prince of Bel-Air

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