2:10 pm April 28, 2009, by David O'Brien
Yunel's Frosted Tips
April 29th, 200912:28 am
Tengo las bases como un marinero borracho
Coach (2010 or bust)
We got a gift from the Cardinals bullpen. Three walks in one inning. They blew it.
Diaz was clutch even though he did swung at ball four. But of course as already discussed, Jo-Jo Reyes was beautiful on the mound. All of the Braves pitching was outstanding in this game.
But again, six hits and seven walks totaled up thirteen base runners. Our feeble offense managed to push across two runs thanks to some help from Kyle McClellan.
This was still a win, even if we had some help. I’ll take it.
Back to .500 at 10-10 and the beat goes on….
April 29th, 200912:29 am
Did anyone see that Baseball Tonight highlight of the game? You’d think the effin’ Cards won if they never showed the score. They dwelled on Ankiel’s catch and Losche’s start for the entire highlight with nary a mention of Jojo’s solid performance. They threw in a clip of Gonzo’s strikeout quickly at the end, flashed the score and then right back to talking about Losche to close the segment. The story for them was that the Cards played a great game even in defeat while the Braves victory was just a footnote. Ridiculous.
April 29th, 200912:31 am
in reference to your post on the previous blog, to quote sheriff brody from JAWS, “i think we are going to need a bigger hall.”
April 29th, 200912:33 am
Nice recap, brent a. I’m pleased with the progress Jo Jo has made so far, and I wish they’d scored earlier in the game so he could have qualified for the win.
Gonzo was exciting to watch tonight, for sure.
Does Heyward steal a lot of bases…he looked darn quick when I saw him run 1st to third.
April 29th, 200912:35 am
Yojii … if you’re around, do you interpret Spanish? (Yunel)
April 29th, 200912:38 am
MFin04 … I just checked his stats out, recently. He’s 0/0. Freeman is 0/2. (this year)
April 29th, 200912:39 am
great pitching tonight all the way around.
phillies offense is scary, but then again their starting pitching has been down right frightening.
April 29th, 200912:40 am
Lucky Win All, But It looks Like I didn’t Miss anything tonight from our Boring A-ss Anemic offense…What was the Attendance tonight…? I’m guessing 18.5K…
I can’t recall a season like this where everyone has struggled like this, Except for 2001 we didn’t hit til May, I remember B. Jordan Throwing his helmet several times when he F’d up during a crucial situation…That year the offense didn’t heat up til our leadoff hitter (Furcal) did…We might be in for a long season if KJ isn’t moved down in the order… Bobby C. Please Move KJ, Please! I’m Begging You…(Sarcasm)
Aight Y’all, I gotta go back to watching My Old New York Undercover On Youtube, I’m Hokked to that Shyt…
April 29th, 200912:41 am
Brent a, Braves certainly aren’t great right now. BUT they have a lit going for them.
Once the Kawakami thing gets ironed out, one way or the other (either by his performing better or by being removed from rotation)… we’ll easily have the best rotation in the East. And it’s already a hellua lot better that NY’s or Phili’s.
And the the back of the bullpen has settled in. Looks like the Braves may finally have Nasty Boyz-like trio they envisioned.
You,ve got 2 great hitters, and a bunch of above average ones.
Oh, and the Braves might have the best bench in basebal.
The offensive problems now are a culmination of several things striking at the same time. McCann’s out. Chipper’s not in any sort if groove (and won’t be as long as McCann is out an no one has to pitch to him). KJ is slumping terribly. Diaz is slumping, and Anderson’s hurt.
As long as McCann is ok, the offense will come around. With everyone healthy, this is an above average offense. And with this pitching, that’s more than enough. Again, the season rests with McCann’s left eye.
April 29th, 200912:42 am
The Phillies Are Finding Ways to win despite the Horrible Starting Pitching…I don’t even wanna see what they are gonna look like once they get clicking on all cylinders…
They Are gonna start Clowning on someone, but their may schedule is pretty tough if you look at it…
One major league scout from a top-tier organization is so high on Atlanta Braves outfielder Jason Heyward that he said he would be willing to give the Braves anyone on his team’s 25-man roster to get him. “The best young hitter I’ve seen in years,” the scout said. “He’ll be leading the league in home runs for 10 years once he gets here.” (Spotts)
damn scouts, you can’t believe a word they say.
April 29th, 200912:45 am
OT, Question for all the Cats up in here…? Will there Ever Be Another 2 Sport Athlete, I think we are over 20 years from when the last 2 sport star debuted…
The way that Scouting and Recruiting is nowadays, I think most scout want a phenom to stick 2 one sport to polish up his skills, and furthermore risk injury…
8 dingers in the first 3 games.
10 dingers in the last 17 games.
they said Holliday hit 36 last season for the Rocks. (Frank from KS)
I’m not too surprised that he is struggling some. His numbers away from Coors were never great. I don’t expect him to stay as low as he is now, but I’ve never been a huge fan either. NOt sure bring him back to the NL would be a remedy
Bay Area Steve
Run Heap Run,
I apologize for the cougar comment. Please know, I meant it as a compliment. Or, at least, in no way negative. Every guy I know likes ‘em a nice baseball-lovin’ cougar.
April 29th, 200912:46 am
So he isn’t as fast as McCann then?
April 29th, 200912:51 am
Nolie, since you’re up,
I really appreciated your comments concerning clutch ABs. I’ve held a similar thought for some time: ‘Tis not about being better in the clutch, as much as not being worse.
I truly believe in clutch hitters, mostly from my own experience. But, not as much from guys raising their game, but from big-expectation guys failing when needed. Anecdotal, of course. Perception, yes. But, a lot of guys are not their usual selves, when the team needs them the most.
“The Phillies Are Finding Ways to win despite the Horrible Starting Pitching”
Tomahawkin … and the Braves are finding ways to win despite the horrible offense. I guess you have to wonder, what will last the longest, during a 162 game season. Good hitting, or good pitching?
April 29th, 200912:52 am
No word tonight on how well McCann was seeing down at Myrtle Beach??
April 29th, 200912:54 am
I’d assume 0 for 3 with a K…means it isnt getting any better. Surely McCann would crush single A pitching…right?
April 29th, 200912:55 am
The “GONZO ROCK” !!!
Atlanta Brave fans…wow! How good to see Mike Gonzalez taking care of business as an Atlanta Brave closer. How about Atlanta fans greeting Gonzo coming out of the bullpen with the “GONZO ROCK”! With the fans on their feet rocking and swaying as Gonzalez takes to the mound. It’s his trademark delivery style. Let’s greet him likewise. GO GONZO!
bay area steve,
MFin04 (not like you’ll read this; you’re too self-involved posting every 90 seconds),
As someone said earlier, how can you blather all year long, day after day after day, and not know who scored the tying run? Perhaps, if one cannot, or will not, watch the game, they should refrain from posting every two minutes, during a game. Just a thought.
Or, more directly, you’re a MFer now, in 2009.
April 29th, 200912:58 am
yes, I’d trade Freeman and Rohrbough for a guy like Holliday. You’re insane if you wouldn’t. He’s a proven All-Star and decent with the glove. (TnBrian)
boy not me. have you ever paid any attention to how he hits away from Coors? You must not have or you wouldn’t be talking about trading Freeman for him.
April 29th, 200912:59 am
Yo KC, even when healthy, how can this braves team have an above average offense when the running is completely non-existent?
April 29th, 20091:00 am
I knew who scored the run Dumb @##…I was making a point that Infante lead off the inning…walked…and scored the game tying run. Thought that was kinda of obvious after I clarified earlier…you moron. Point is…all Infante does is help the Braves win…and Bobby doesnt play him. Infante needs to play everyday until there is a good reason not to. So far…he has played great offensively and defensively
April 29th, 20091:02 am
Tom O’Hawke, IMO, if we get McCann back at 100%, it not only adds a huge bat, but it puts Chipper back in play, because no one’s pitching to him now. Diaz will come around, and Anderson will heal up soon I’d guess… So I think we’ll get a hell of a lot more from Left than we have. And KJ will snap out of his funk soon.
Again, when healthy, this will be an above average offense. In my view, the Braves offense is goimg to be much better than the Phillies pitching is likely to be. Again, assuming McCann’s OK.
April 29th, 20091:04 am
Alyssa Milano…fine…very fine.
two further thoughts: Where’s she been, I need more exposure?
And, her clothing on mlb.com…wow…let’s just say, I wish I had reason to buy the Milano collection.
OK, two final thoughts: I hope you got the spelling right.
And, Alyssa Milano is double pits to chesty (Told ya it was growing on me). So much so, that Diaz’s seventeen-hopper tonight, was also, double pits to chesty.
April 29th, 20091:05 am
Agreed that the pitching is and will be great…what is the possibility that McCann doesnt come back healthy? Also…is he going to be fine by next Friday when he comes of the DL?
April 29th, 20091:08 am
Coach, this wouldn’t be the first Winning Braves team without a running game. When this lineup is healthy and on track, you’ll see a lot of base runners, good hitting with RISP, a lot of doubles, and adequate HR power.
There’s enough lumber to get the job done if everyone is healthy (notwithstanding the periodic time we KNOW Chipper will miss).
MFin no need to be negative Nancy McCann WILL come back healthy
I have been 24 hours without alcohol. I think I could bite a steel bar in half right now.
Scanning the blog, it’s a good thing I didn’t watch today’s first 7 innings. Good deal about Jo Jo. I would point out that I said in February our best bet was Lowe-Javy-JJ-JoJo-Hanson, but I won’t, since I didn’t say that. I thought it, though.
April 29th, 20091:09 am
MFin04, if it was sarcasm, I withdraw the post. Except for the MFin09 part; that stands.
they need to get g.anderson out in left field for a prolonged stetch to see what he has left.
diaz is not a option for a prolonged period of time.
April 29th, 20091:10 am
I truly believe in clutch hitters, (BAS)
like I said I have mixed feelings, but if pushed I guess I would say I don’t for the most part. Like Lemke, everybody says look how great he was in postseason. Yes he had three great ones, but he had 7 others that were mostly poor ones. Only the Shadow knows for sure, and he ain’t tellin’
(BAS) BTW what did you think of the Bart Giamatti quote about baseball?
April 29th, 20091:11 am
KC … I agree with you. For the most part, if GA doesn’t make it back, I’m not even that concerned about it. Diaz and, especially Johnson, are really struggling right now. I don’t expect either to struggle much longer. They’re too good of hitters IMO. As you said, McCann is such a big piece of this puzzle. With all the problems that catchers go through, who would ever dream that his vision would keep him out of the lineup? Yeah, we need him back.
I’m not even sure how I got caught in the middle with this Holliday stuff. If a trade happens, I’d like to have Fielder as our 1st baseman. And yes, I’d trade Freeman and one or two of our minor league pitchers not named Hanson for him. That might not even be enough for a hitter like him, and probably wouldn’t.
April 29th, 20091:12 am
Um KC, what winning Braves team without a running game would that be?
Steve…we are all Braves fans…no need to be mean.
Beginning of the year I was very excited about all the .300 hitters we had with doubles power in the lineup. Haven’t seen it yet…but surely they will snap out of it and start driving each other in?
April 29th, 20091:15 am
Still skeptical regarding Francoeur, even with the nice start, but I think the walk tonight deserves mention:
Huge play, to get it to Diaz. If he doesn’t walk, Diaz doesn’t get the opportunity to hit that laser into the left-center gap. Can’t believe it didn’t go to the wall; great play by the CFer.
And, JoJo…impressive. I actually prefer Morton get this chance, but if JoJo (please stop with the HoHo) can do that….
April 29th, 20091:17 am
Damn, meant to say, JoJo even more impressive, because it was against a top-scoring team, the Cardinals.
Article on McCann’s vision improving…dont know if anyone has posted it or not…
April 29th, 20091:19 am
Steve, were you referring to the five hop seeing eye dribbler off the bat of Diaz that just eluded the glove of the Cardinals SS? Would that be the LASER you were referring too?
April 29th, 20091:20 am
It was a laser in the Box Score!
April 29th, 20091:21 am
“I have been 24 hours without alcohol. I think I could bite a steel bar in half right now.” —- Bubdylan
The morning I left to go away for 3 days fishing, I checked out the late Sat. night posts (I signed off at about 2:00 am). Man you had one funny monologue. Between blowing up “Off cans” with a BB gun and trying to unsuccessfully capture this huge ant, you had me in stiches. Has any of this got anything to do with your abstinance?
check these splits out after 20 games,
4-4 at home,
6-6 vs. the east,
4-4 vs. the central,
5-5 in last 10.
pretty much says it all.
April 29th, 20091:23 am
I met Brian McCann tonight and he has to be one of the nicest guys that I have met, especially under the situation. We met him at the Myrtle Beach Pelicans game, he had no problem autographing items for us. I would really like to thank him once again through the blog if that is okay with you. I was something that I will never forget because he didn’t try to dodge us or anything, he walked right up to us and started a conversation. What an awesome night.
April 29th, 20091:25 am
uga-brave, that is the epitome of .500. Good job.
April 29th, 20091:28 am
Nolie, I’ve seen the quote before. ‘Tis good.
My only problem is that I’m an optimist. I don’t believe it will break my heart. I believe, or marginally hope, we’ll get there in the fall, and somehow, not lose, in the first round, in a Mets-like choke-job.
In all fairness, my Sharks are seemingly bigger choke-artists than the Mets. And, that’s sayin’ something.
April 29th, 20091:29 am
(I posted this at 12:06)
Hey, Mr. K.Street
How’d you get to meet BMac? If I don’t ask you, McFann will be hot at me tomorrow.
Tom O’Hawke, if late-night drunken blogging was the worst of it, I’d never put the bottle down!
It’s just getting out of hand. Not to mention expensive.
April 29th, 20091:34 am
K Street, AWESOME. Congrats. If I could meet any player it’d be him.
April 29th, 20091:36 am
Gonzalez at 95, and a three-AB close: great.
Moylan with a solid inning, even btb, but still at 90: good.
Pujolz contained: hard to believe.
Bubd, 24 hours without alcohol, unacceptable.
Me, too many hyphens and ands: who knows, I blame alcoholism.
April 29th, 20091:38 am
Yeah, Bub, it definitely has the potential to accelerate. Good idea to cut back, before you can’t.
April 29th, 20091:42 am
uga-brave, I don’t disagree that Diaz isn’t the answer. But, I’m happy to have him in a platoon.
I don’t know if it’s coincidence or a mental block… but so far, whenever the Braves have used Diaz in a platoon, he’s been nothing short of outstanding (vs. both righties and lefties). But when he’s asked to play every day, he struggles.
I don’t think there’s much concern over Anderson’s ability to hit. I think everyone in the Braves clubhouse is confident that he can still swing the bat… just got to get him healthy. If they can get Anderson healed up here in the next week or two, it shouldn’t be long before Diaz snaps back (if he hasn’t already by that point), and we’ll get a lot more offense out of LF than we’ve received so far.
So I think LF offense will improve sharply pretty soon. As will our offense at 2B (we all know KJ isn’t a .200 hitter). And of course, the big thing is getting Mac going, both for his bat, and for Chipper’s.
Provided Mac is ok, I’m not worried about the offense. They may want to add something at the deadline to give them an edge, but if the lineup’s healthy (which it has not been since the Washington series), it’ll be enough.
Wayne in Utah
April 29th, 20091:45 am
Guys, the big challenge is to get KJ ready to leadoff, or try Schafer there.
Yikes, I made a pretty girly post up there, didn’t I? Sigh. “… and miles to go before I sleep, and miles to go before I sleep…”
April 29th, 20091:48 am
Who’s knocking late-night drunken blogging?
Accelerate…out-of-hand…expensive…cut it back…
Stop it. Just stop it. This is my life you’re talking about.
To survive here, as scoots posted, one just has to be a fast, cheap drunk, and not waste good liquour. And wear a helmet, don’t forget the helmet (OH Steve, have you seen my helmet?).
April 29th, 20091:50 am
And now, for the million dollar question.
Who was the Braves most successful lead off man last season?
April 29th, 20091:51 am
Coach (2010 or bust), In 2005 the Braves had no running game at all.
And in 94, 95, and 98, 01, and 02… they only had one real base stealing threat on the entire team, which is exactly where they are now.
There were a lot of Braves teams over the 14-year run that didn’t use the stolen base very much at all, and steals certainly weren’t the deciding factor in their season, or even in their offensive production.
April 29th, 20091:52 am
I really like Infante there…if Schafer isnt ready for leadoff atleast Infante sees a lot of pitches…and can walk.
April 29th, 20091:53 am
To whomever posted the link to fmylife.com, thank you.
I feel a need to post content from fmylife, to see if the denizens here also find it amusing. My favorite so far:
Today, my daughter walked in on me taking a shower. She said, “Hey, yours is the same size as Dylan’s!” My daughter has seen Dylan’s penis, which apparently is the same size as mine. My daughter and Dylan are 7. FML
April 29th, 20091:54 am
“I don’t know if it’s coincidence or a mental block… but so far, whenever the Braves have used Diaz in a platoon, he’s been nothing short of outstanding (vs. both righties and lefties). But when he’s asked to play every day, he struggles” — KC
KC, I thought the same thing. I like Diaz, and I know he can hit well against right or left handed pitching. But it seems, when given an opportunity to play every day, he sucks against BOTH. I know he hasn’t had a lot of time to prove this, but man, I wish when he does have it, he’d come through. Maybe, he just presses too much, in this scenario.
April 29th, 20091:55 am
Wayne In Utah, I sincerely wish BC would go ahead and give Schafer a crack at the leadoff spot. He’s getting on base, and he can run like hell. I know part of his OBP is due to the fact that he’s been hitting in front of the pitcher, but you can’t attribute it all to that.
I think he’s done enough to earn a shot, given that Johnson is sucking worse than a Matthew McConaughey movie in the leadoff role.
Alrightly, g’night y’all.
April 29th, 20091:57 am
Tom O’Hawke, yeah it could just be that he’s pressing too hard. Don’t know. But we have a plenty big enough sample size to know that he excels in a platoon. So I for one am anxious to see Anderson healthy and get that platoon cracking out there in Left.
KC, is that a fact? And what singular base stealing threat does this 2009 team have exactly?
April 29th, 20091:59 am
Yunel Escobar has one stolen base. As does Brian McCann and Matt Diaz. Where’s our speed demon at KC? where?
April 29th, 20092:03 am
And KC , you must be ready for nighty night because Rafael Furcal stole 46 bags leading off for our Braves in 2005.
April 29th, 20092:06 am
Do you have a point??? We all know we are slow.
OK, one more from fmylife (damn, I’ve the mind of a twelve-year-old):
Today, an ant bit my penis. That was the first ‘mouth’ to ever touch it. FML
April 29th, 20092:07 am
Coach (2010 or bust), Schafer was outstanding on the basepaths all winter and all spring, and in case you didn’t catch any of those games, you should know… he can run like hell. IMO, he’s more than capable of stealing 20-30 (and I believe, at a decent success ratio).
In the seasons I mentioned, the Braves never had a player hit 30 SB’s (and that one base-stealer was the only one even close to 20 in each of those seasons).
And again, in those seasons, one guy stealing 25 bases as the only base-stealing threat on the team was NOT the difference in the success of those lineups.
Anyway, I really do have to go get my beauty sleep now, so we’ll have to agree to disagree… at least for tonight. Cheers!
April 29th, 20092:09 am
Coach: “Yunel Escobar has one stolen base. As does Brian McCann and Matt Diaz. Where’s our speed demon at KC? where?”
Well, hence the Shafer/leadoff debate. Hitting 8th, Schafer’s speed is wasted, which sucks, given that he’s the only real base-stealing threat on the team.
April 29th, 20092:11 am
KC, if you’re still there, Bobby has patience, as we all know. However, he can’t keep Johnson in the lead off spot, too much longer, at this rate. He may have to put Schafer there sooner, rather than later, because he’ll have no choice.
April 29th, 20092:12 am
Coach, you’re correct about 2005. My mistake. Actually… it’s MLB.com’s mistake.
Furcal isn’t listed in Atlanta’s ‘05 stats at all. I was trying to remember, but figured he must have already been in LA. Weird.
Alright, off to bed for real this time. =)
April 29th, 20092:13 am
Bay Area Steve …. give Bubdylan a call. He may be able to set you up with some “real, big ants”.
April 29th, 20092:17 am
All this talk about stealing bases is nice and I agree that eventually we need to do more of it but Yadier Molina is one of the best catchers at throwing out base stealers there is right now. We have a hard enough time getting on base, we don’t need to run ourselves out of anything with a really good catcher behind the dish.
April 29th, 20092:19 am
excellent point winter. we don’t need to run ourselves out of innings right now, when we barely get any hits.
April 29th, 20092:20 am
And lets see.
1994 was the strike season, doesn’t count but there were 48 theft’s that year.
1995 saw the best pitching on the planet, although Marquis Grissom did steal 29 bags.
1998 would you believe that Andruw Jones led the team with 27 stolen bases? and the team swiped 98.
2001 Furcal stole 22 bases and the team had 85 total.
2002 Again, Furcal with 27 bags.
KC is delusional in his statement that :
*Coach, this wouldn’t be the first Winning Braves team without a running game.*
KC, the running game is part of any successful team. And this 2009 team has NO RUNNING GAME to speak of.
April 29th, 20092:25 am
We dont need to run ourselves out of innings…but no harm running with 2-outs Ross up…and Schafer on first. Give it a go…
April 29th, 20092:27 am
As for the million dollar answer from my 1:50 post.
In 2008 leading off an inning: he hit .319 with an OBP of .367
In 2008 as the first batter of the game he hit .351 with an OBP of .368
His career numbers are:
Leading off an inning .335 BA and an OBP of .380
First batter of the game .429 BA and an OBP of .444
The dudes name??????
April 29th, 20092:28 am
Gotta think that soon Bobby will give the kid a start or two in the leadoff spot. I love Infante’s game, but he is like Diaz, very good when not overexsposed
April 29th, 20092:30 am
Wayne , you are correct. We don’t need to run ourselves out of an inning. We just need to keep losing because we cannot play the game of baseball the right way.
April 29th, 20092:31 am
Whether or not Infante gets overexposed…is a huge question mark…but one fact of the matter is…he does have good at bats…sees lots of pitches…draws walks…and does get good contact.
April 29th, 20092:37 am
Coach, so you want to run yourself out of innings to say you did it the RIGHT way. Would that be the right way??
April 29th, 20092:38 am
The Braves are no better, than, they were last year…….
Yikes, I made a pretty girly post up there, didn’t I? Sigh (BUB D)
It’s OK Bub, it’s a good thing to be in touch with your feminine side. we still love ya.
April 29th, 20092:42 am
Just wanted to chime in on the trade talk…patience people patience. This team is not going to go but so far this year, but if we are patient by next year with Heyward & Freeman added to this lineup then we can talk. We need to keep all the quality starting pitchers we have 1-5 at least and not dare think of trading any of them. The Braves have mortaged the future too much lately in vain hopes of winning another division title. We will have much to look forward to if we if we just give it time to develop.
April 29th, 20092:44 am
he does have good at bats…sees lots of pitches…draws walks…and does get good contact (MF)
thus his career OBP of .305 cause he draws walks?
April 29th, 20092:45 am
LOL, thanks nolie, lol
April 29th, 20092:46 am
Somewhere right now, Steve in Ohio is flipping out.
Dave O’Brien, dude. Well said. All in all, this just may be the slowest Braves team that the city of Atlanta, Georgia has ever seen in 44 years of professional baseball.
If ya’ll don’t get the enormity of this statement, then grab a shovel and start digging because you’re dead already and so are our Braves if they cannot start generating runs.
Back during the fourteen season playoff run, those teams (for the most part) ran like crazy. Otis Nixon, Deion Sanders, Marquis Grissom, Kenny Lofton and Rafael Furcal fueled the running game all the way from 1991 to 2005. The last four seasons (including this one) our Braves have resembled a beer league softball team on the base paths.
2006 saw our Braves ranked 16th in stolen bases. They were dead last.
2007 we were ranked 14th.
2008 was slightly better at 13th.
And so far in 2009, we have 3 stolen bases (dead last) while on pace for an all time franchise low of 25.
This is not the way that baseball is supposed to be played.
Frank Wren, Bobby Cox and the rest of the front office are responsible. Gentlemen, ya’ll are sucking at the tail pipe of twenty-nine other teams and going nowhere fast.
April 29th, 20092:47 am
He’s the best leadoff hitter we got right now. He may not be ideal…but what is he doing this year? The guy hasnt got to play everyday yet!
April 29th, 20092:49 am
Ohman’s got five holds and a .90 WHIP for the boys in blue.
April 29th, 20092:54 am
We all know every team’s blog has a “Coach.” An interesting experiment would be to track every team’s Coach Blogger and see how it reacts to a World Championship for whichever team wins it all.
Do they quit blogging? Do they say “man, was I wrong”? Do they say it was just luck? What do they do with all the reasons the team was never going to make it? Do they get depressed?
April 29th, 20092:57 am
“If ya’ll don’t get the enormity of this statement, then grab a shovel and start digging because you’re dead already” -Coach “Sunshine” (2010 plus Bust)
Ingorance of running games kills humans. Got it.
April 29th, 20093:01 am
coach has a lot of good to add, but sometimes he gets carried away (don’t we all).
My vice is the impatient idiots! They drive me nuts sometimes.
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