The Rally Onion wants 150 fans before Opening Day.
My places have never looked that bad, Cyclone.
Nasty. I about threw up while looking at those pictures. What is that stuff laying in the bathroom floor? Insulation maybe?
I miss Adam Dunn.
Is that a cockroach petting zoo?
What cracked me up was the iron and ironing board standing in the middle of the kitchen.
The one thing that makes me wonder if this is fake is all the half-smoked cigarettes. See particularly the second-to-last picture. My gut reaction to that is that someone who is that heavy of a smoker is not going to waste that many cigarettes. They seem to be burned down and put out almost exactly the same way too, almost as if they were done so on purpose for a photoshoot. Why anybody would go to the trouble to stage this is beyond me though.
There is no such thing as a pitching prospect.
Goodman: There are a lot of little tricks to it, things you should have learned a long time ago. Such as, if you leave milk out, it can go sour. Put it in the refrigerator, or, failing that, a cool wet sack.
And put your garbage in a garbage can, people. I can't stress that enough. Don't just throw it out the window.
Marge: This is so humiliating.
Homer: "Garbage in garbage can"...hmm, makes sense.
Believe it or not, this is only slightly worse than a place my wife's uncle and I took a mattress to last year. He and his wife got a new mattress and had heard through their church about a family that wanted their old one. We took it to their address and I was just shocked. They had 2 little boys too, both a year or 2 on either side of my daughter's age, and it just really hit me. I actually was almost physically sick about it. I asked my wife's uncle if the church organization that had their names was aware of the conditions.
"I'm virtually free to do whatever I want, but I try to remember so is everybody else..." - Todd Snider
Burn down the disco. Hang the blessed DJ. Because the music that he constantly plays, it says nothing to me about my life.