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The week has been a trying one, right, Ron Swoboda of the New York Mets?

swoboda“You betcha. Gosh, this week has plum walked a fine line between duff amateurism and horsewash. I said it: horsewash.”

We appreciate your input, Ron Swoboda of the New York Mets.

“Gee, sure.”

Have you seen this picture?

happy sloth

“Is that a sloth in a box? Is he getting mailed to a tree?”

They don’t need to pay for express shipping, right?

“I don’t appreciate that kind of talk.”

Because sloths are slow. What?

“Your rhubarb. I don’t work blue and I won’t consort with them that do.”

There was no blueness.

“And there you go with the salty talk again. Quit it, bucko, or I’ll split your lip. There’s women present.”

Women love sloths, and sloth-related humor.

“I am gonna knock you on your jibberfrabber if you proceed with continuing that nonsense, Buster Brown.”

Buster Brown?

“He’s a clown. Like you, clown.”

I am honestly sorry I ever brought you into all of this, Ron Swoboda of the New York Mets.

“Nuts to you, fella.”

5 Comments

  1. Sorry to hear you’ve had a rough week. What does Ed Kranepool think about all this?

  2. Sir Luther Van Baconson

    May 8, 2015 at 10:34 am

    “See that fellow over there? He’s 20 years old. In 10 years he has a chance to be a star. Now, that fellow over there, he’s 20, too. In 10 years he has a chance to be 30.”

  3. i thought Buster Brown was a shoe salesman.

  4. life is baseball
    or is it baseball is life?
    I’m sure it’s one of those…

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