Monday, July 10, 2006

Hooray for me

I'm gettin' me a new computer. It'll be shiny, it'll be black, and it's best feature is...

...that it isn't this piece of crap I've had for six years.

I've been fighting with this thing for the past couple of weeks. It seems to have this preternatural sense that a new computer was in the works and is doing its darndest to go down in flames. Battling with the thing to simply boot up correctly has been a big part of why my number of entries in a week has dropped off recently.

Oh, and I'm also da laziest basstad whut eva did write his own blog-ting dere.

I'm take an hour or two and put something nice together to break down the 1st half for the Giants, but I want to make sure I'm putting out some new information along with some of the stuff I've been finding throughout the 1st half. The day that would happen would be Wednesday.

Meantime, might I suggest some reading? Lefty always has an interesting thing or three to say, and he muses on the Giants 2nd half chances here. John Perricone, in a fit of...something a bit unexpected from him, thinks the Giants didn't do too badly in the 1st half over here.

Grant talks a bit about the rumours that Jason Schmidt could be on the trading block here, and Big D does some All-Star reflecting down yonder.

I'm making the mistake of actually listening to the ESPN guys talk about All-Star game strategy, and why one team has an advantage over the other.

Listen, fellas, it's the All-Star game. There's really good players on both sides, and both the NL and the AL are capable of crushing the other team provided they have a good day. They seem to think the AL has a big advantage.

Yes, guys, I wholeheartedly ag....I totally ag...

(snore) (snore)


Anonymous said...

I know we have talked about this before but i just want to re-engage the fact that the trade for Pierzynski was the worst trade ever.
But to think Liriano was considered a throw-in for that deal. Oh man i want to die when i think about that


Daniel said...

I already died from that, brother. The Twins got a nails, Cy Young-type starter and a top-flight closer for Double Play A.J. Pierzynski.

And, not to mention that the Giants not only got fleeced with A.J., but then that bastard won a World Series immediately after leaving the Giants.

Worst deal ever? Could be, could be.