brockstarholt tagged me.

Questions for you:

  1. What was the last lie you told? That I was feeling better. :/
  2. Best compliment you’ve ever received? “You’re a wonderful daughter.”
  3. What’s your favorite word? Pneuma.
  4. Who is your hero? My dad.
  5. What do you think Victoria’s secret is? How they keep managing to sell shitty quality knickers at those prices.
  6. Worst injury you’ve had? Fractured a verebrae once. That sucked a lot.
  7. Do you think Adam and Eve had belly buttons? I have no thoughts on this.
  8. Is the book always better than the movie? Not always.
  9. What is one thing you refuse to share? My toothbrush. Gross.
  10. If you could be a member of any TV family, which would it be? The Bravermans on NBC’s Parenthood! Orrrr maybe the Reagans on CBS’ Blue Bloods. 

During the 8th inning on WEEI, Dave and Joe made what can only be interpreted as an impassioned plea for Red Sox management to keep Johnny Gomes and John Lester. I felt warm and fuzzy. :)

Also, is Hood Red Sox ice cream good?

mightyflynn:

Look at the wall,” David Mellor, the Boston Red Sox groundskeeper, said to sports photographer CJ Gunther. “Ok,” shrugged back Gunther. “No. Really look at it.” It was then that Gunther realized he was staring at hundreds of baseball marks scattered along Fenway’s famous Green Monster wall. “You need to come shoot pictures of these,” said Mellor.” And with Mellor’s declaration in 2009, CJ Gunther began his body of work, chronicling the detailed scars scattered across baseball’s arguably most famous wall. “My first reaction was awe. I’ve been coming here forever and never seen this,” recalls Gunther.

- Sarah Polger (National Geographic)

Read and see more: "Marks on the Green Monster: CJ Gunther’s Baseball Graffiti" 

via bobbycaputo

(via kimmiejeannn)

brockstarholt:

wordsinbetween:

Well crap. I hope Utah is safe. But if I’m blacked out by NL teams like the Rockies and maybe some in California? Then oh well. This is not good news! Why would you tell me this! I thought I’d be safe!

Here’s the map. Looks like the Diamondbacks and Rockies are blacked out. Maybe? Kinda hard to tell which color is which there. I think you’re safe! 

I  love mlb.tv! I get the premium and it is the best $20 per month I spend on anything, hands down. It helps that I don’t live anywhere near any of my teams though. Still, I watch or listen to (on my phone, PC at work, on my tablet, or at home) 3-7 games per week. No shortage of baseball, for sure. The streaming can be wonky, but I got a new router and that’s fixed my troubles so far. It may be different for you, but I am a big fan, like I could probably write ads for mlb.tv, hahaha

brockstarholt:

wordsinbetween:

Well crap. I hope Utah is safe. But if I’m blacked out by NL teams like the Rockies and maybe some in California? Then oh well.
This is not good news! Why would you tell me this! I thought I’d be safe!

Here’s the map. Looks like the Diamondbacks and Rockies are blacked out. Maybe? Kinda hard to tell which color is which there. I think you’re safe! 

I love mlb.tv! I get the premium and it is the best $20 per month I spend on anything, hands down. It helps that I don’t live anywhere near any of my teams though. Still, I watch or listen to (on my phone, PC at work, on my tablet, or at home) 3-7 games per week. No shortage of baseball, for sure. The streaming can be wonky, but I got a new router and that’s fixed my troubles so far. It may be different for you, but I am a big fan, like I could probably write ads for mlb.tv, hahaha

Just sort of sicky and whiny over here. Stupid ear infection. What am I, four years old?