Yeah, I agree - I mean, again I do enjoy blogging regardless of whether or not it reaches a wide audience. But at the same time, I wish my readers there would be more active in commenting on the blog posts honestly, I'd be glad to reach out to them and connect with them better that way.
The Cubs, of course, have not won the World Series since 1908 and haven't even played for a championship since 1945. The best chance, at least recently, to end that drought and exorcise all curses, real or imagined, came in 2003, when the Cubs needed five outs to protect a 3-0 lead to close out the Florida Marlins and advance, finally, to the World Series. Instead, Bartman, at the time a 26-year-old man wearing a green turtleneck, black sweatshirt and headphones near the left-field line, leaned forward to catch Marlins second baseman Luis Castillo's foul ball. His attempt distracted Cubs left-fielder Moises Alou, and anyway, the Marlins wound up scoring eight runs that inning. The Cubs lost. They were eliminated the next night. The curse lived on.
Let the curse continue. The Cubs fans who tortured this poor fellow for years just because he reached out for the ball should never, ever get to experience a World Series victory.
He won't even say whether Bartman, who was single a dozen years ago, now has his own family or whether, in the years since '03, Bartman has attended a Cubs game. He said he still worries about Bartman's safety — the image of a T-shirt, featuring a likeness of Bartman hanging from a rope, recently found its way to Murtha — and the fact is, Bartman has never indicated his desires have changed.
Go Dodgers. It's time to put an end to the Cubs' season.
If bees did go extinct, we could always hire people to dress up as bees and pollinate flowers with tiny feather dusters. Sure it'd be more expensive, but there are also millions of idle teens.
I'm writing two papers for class that's due on Monday. One is titled FarmersOnly.com (Why Segregation Isn't Bad), which is a counter argument to a statement my history teacher made a few days ago that I'm doing for extra credit. The other is called Swine Flu, Sesame Chicken, Your Friend Priyeah, and the Difference Between Including and Absorbing, which is a paper analyzing immigration in the early 1900s vs now.
I have so much to say and I have my general ideas and points. I'm just so stuck on how to express it. I'm well aware that I'm putting in way too much effort on these throw away excuses for essays (the rubric is damn near elementary, lemme tell ya) but polarizing essays are the only why my hyperbolic and somewhat sophomoric attitude can be put in a positive light.
bruh these are never going to get done at this rate. ;;
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@Xann we won everything, ever even things we don't want is it a good thing or a bad thing? i personally think it's too much fucking stuff. just like how sheds can't take their share of responsibility for trees falling on them. god damn sheds.