Thursday, April 26, 2007

Wave the Bloody Sock

Baltimore Orioles broadcaster Gary Thorne called into question Ulysses S. Grant's Curt Schilling's bloody sock from the 2004 ALCS, saying it was a hoax. Thorne went on to also call out the Easter Bunny, Tooth Fairy, and Al Davis as mere figments of the imagination.

Nobody outside of the dopes that live in Hampton Beach and ESPN's Bill Simpson actually believe that was blood on Schilling's sock, right? More people probably believe that Barry Bonds isn't using steroids.

Maybe it is time for Schilling to come clean. The Red Sox rallied from 0-3 to beat the hated Yankees, but over time, all anybody will remember is Schilling trying to martyr himself with a bloody sock.

8 comments:

Dennis Miller said...

Nice try with the U.S. Grant reference there, babe.

Fletch said...

Curt told me that Michael Strahan stabbed him in the ankle. That blood was as real as Nelson de la Cruz!

Conrad Bain said...

What do you call the hair between a baseball player's tits?

His pussy.

Diane said...

Note to Conrad Bain - I finally had the opportunity to use your phrase "fundiot hate monkeys" today - hopefully you don't mind a little plagiarizing

Conrad Bain said...

Not at all. I don't own 'em. I just keep them next to my keyboard in in a plastic Yahtzee cup.

m. jackson said...

What do you call the hair between a baseball player's tits?

His pussy.


There's hair on a pussy? Who knew?

Zach Landres-Schnur said...

better question is who knew that thorne called O's games?

NESeminole said...

There's blood on Curt Schiling's pussy ? I didn't know that.