Boston stinks!!

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  1. thisnumbersdisconnected

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    Never have liked Boston, though I have to admit the Revolutionary period architecture and historical landmarks are awe-inspiring -- hence the use of the hat picture.

    Boston people, however -- ewwww!! The baseball team has been the epitome of Boston stupidity these last few weeks. I'm tired of the stupid beards, the beard tugging, the constant references to "Boston Strong" -- New York bounced back from a much bigger terror attack, ya know!

    Don't like the Pats, the Bruins, the Celtics, or the Red Sox. In fact, I don't even like the Revolution -- the soccer team, not the historical event. Boston's the home of the mayor that told Chick Fil A they weren't welcome there because the company is supposedly homophobic. Boston is where you have to ask everyone to repeat what they said three times because they talk so cotton-pickin' fast you can't understand 'em.

    And now we gotta suffer through their World Series championship.

    Boston Stinks!!
     
  2. InTheLight

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    Yeah, that area needs another sports championship. There's been such a drought up there recently.

    2002 Super Bowl Champions
    2004 World Series Champions, Super Bowl Champions
    2005 Super Bowl Champions
    2007 World Series Champions
    2008 NFL runner-up, NBA Champions
    2010 NBA runner-up
    2011 Stanley Cup Champions
    2012 NFL runner-up
    2013 World Series Champions, Stanley Cup runner-up

    I turned the game off after Victorino's triple banged off the wall and Holliday's lob into the catcher (over the cut-off guys head) resulted in Gomes scoring the third run.
     
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    Sour grapes much ?

    I used to play in the subways in Boston, busking for change. I could make $160 every day, big money when you're in your 20's. I was there last November, saw Neil Young and Crazy Horse at the New Garden. Ate at a very nice place in the North End.

    I got pictures of myself in a diaper and Red Sox hat. I've been a fan my whole life. And the fans reacted with class, and didn't tear their city apart celebrating.

    Good for Boston.
     
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    Taken last year???

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    Don't hold back, load up that pic. I need a good laugh. And Boston doesn't stink. I'm the biggest Cards fan there is and the Soxs just played better ball. I have come to believe it is the team that catches fire at the right time. The Cards had it at the end of the season and through the NLCS, but just ran into a better team. I do understand though for I'm a Mizzou fan and for many years struggled with watching Nebraska stomp us in football. It isn't fun to watch the same team win it all year after year. As a Cards fan I'm spoiled, ever since 1996 they have gone to the playoffs probably more than any MLB team.
     
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    Glad I could give you a rib-tickle.

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    Maybe we can repeat the I-70 Series next year. This time Denkinger won't be around to give you an excuse for losing.

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