Discussion in 'Los Angeles DODGERS' started by irish, Apr 14, 2019.
Kersh and Kenley at the top of the payroll is pretty good.
Throw in 30- something money man Pollock who's the 4th best OF thus far, a Turner that's lost his power, and a missile colliding with Belli's knee tonight and it's a masterpiece.
I can't believe we wanted Harper
Joc saved us from a disastrous night. Grandal punked us over the weekend and now Puig/Kemp punk us lol. Of course...
The sound of the baseball hitting Belli's knee..my goodness. If he was fatter and less athletic he may not have reacted so quickly and it might have missed him
I assume so but nowhere has their been any announcement or anything. MLB App says TBD still. I’m going on Wednesday is why I’m curious.
Thank god for Joc
What's going on with Cody then ???? I can't find anything about it at all. Just that he is going to participate in the HR Derby.
Fuck, if I was a millionaire, I'd give him the money not to go.
Any word out there on the left coast on his condition???
What a shit break.
That scummy fuck Castillo. Just like our own douche now, Kelly.
Hit that key player, mofo.
More and more, I'd rather see MLB go with the MAD Magazine model for the game ...
Joc's walkoff was a thing of beauty
so was the Freese walk
Ooooh ... double quote. I feel special (ed) ...
It’s honestly hard to watch every Pollock at bat without thinking “imagine if this was Harper or Stanton”
It's easy if you try.
Above us? Only sky.
Only the rest below us.
Harper was the guy.
I like this better than [potentially controversial] the morally bankrupt original.
you know thats absolutely the truth
i loved Lennon and cried when he was murdered
but the truth was he had become a disgusting junkie freak at that point living lavishly in NYC
and all the while telling the rest of us how we should live w nothing
the tone of his last album did sound like he had turned a corner
but Harrison was the true spiritual Beatle
John was a conflicted genius on many levels. As a working class guy, I never really felt he savored the role of cultural saviour...it was laid at his lap. He tried his best to be it, basically said good hippie shit, but couldn't escape the trappings that being one of the most famous men in the world brought him.
I don't know what happens to a young mind and psyche when your father is off sailing the high seas, and your mother gives you up.
I think John tried to be what everyone wanted from him, but when he had enough and dropped out, he might have come back as a person who finally found what he needed.
Then his life was snuffed out.
George was truly most spiritual, but he and the other two never really had to carry John's burdens, imo.
As far as Imagine being morally bankrupt, I can see that possible interpretation.
But, in many ways, that song is as morally rich and full of brotherhood as any song ever was.
I get both of these arguments ...
I harbor no ill will towards, Lennon, but that line "Imagine no religion..." has always been trite, pre-PC speak to this Irishman. The lie that 'more have been slain in the name of religion than any other cause' sold to the dopeheads and the long hairs then easily enough. But anyone with a sixth grade reading level can attest that communism (via Mao & Stalin alone) killed more than 100-150 million in less than a century. So ... yeah, Lennon was not a theologian, nor a historian, nor a logician, philosopher, economist ... he was a brilliant songwriter, underrated guitarist, and a funny SOB. I never wanted rock stars to guide me to Heaven. I just wanted those riffs and those great turns of phrase, like "The newspapers said / "She's gone to his head..." / "They look just like two gurus in drag" ..."
John was OK, and his murder was gruesome and a terrible waste. He was not assassinated as some say. Come on ... murder is bad enough. Let's not PoliSci things any more than necessary.
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