October 6, 2006

But They Insist They Don't Waste Even One Moment Thinking About Us


For sale here.

7 comments:

Beth said...

i cannot reiterate this enough. this crap, like the "who's your daddy" shirt from 04, is being sold through their official mlb website. THAT'S what really makes it despicable.

Peter N said...

Yes Beth, you are so right. And as early as this evening, Saturday, the Yankees will join us in the off-season. Go felines!!!!

L-girl said...

You know what? It's not really despicable. It's just crap. There's a whole lot of crap in the world. This is some of it.

War is despicable. Homelessness is despicable. 80 infants a day dying in Darfur, that's despicable.

This is just crap. Worthy of blogging about, for sure. But it shouldn't make your blood pressure soar.

You know how Yankee fans claim they don't think about the Red Sox? You could all think of them a little less, and make your lives a lot easier.

Go Tiggers!

Beth said...

//War is despicable. Homelessness is despicable. 80 infants a day dying in Darfur, that's despicable.//

what the hell is the point of bringing that up? are you the kind of person who tells someone who just lost their job, "well, you could have cancer?"

yes, i was talking in intense terms about sports. this is a site where people discuss sports. if people want to talk about darfur, they do it on different sites than this. i figured that much was obvious.

Woti-woti said...

MLB.com would sell orphaned kids on their website if they thought there was a buck in it.

L-girl said...

what the hell is the point of bringing that up?

Because I think we Red Sox fans make too much of these things, let them bother us way out of proportion to how important they are.

are you the kind of person who tells someone who just lost their job, "well, you could have cancer?"

No. But losing a job is very important. T-shirts being sold on a website is not.

It's called my opinion. It just differs with yours. No need to shout.

L-girl said...

yes, i was talking in intense terms about sports.

I wasn't criticizing your terminology.

I wish Red Sox fans would care less about what t-shirts Yankee fans wear, and where those t-shirts are sold. I think it feeds into all the stereotypes about Red Sox fans, and I'd like to see people be above that kind of thing.