Monday, September 29, 2014


Were we there? Yes, we were.

Katie's scorebook:


mister muleboy said...

A no-hitter's all well and good. But what about that song during the seventh-inning stretch? Was it really worth it to stay for the no-hitter, after sitting through that goddamned song?

["friends in low places," or some such drivel]

If you say it was worth it, study your reaction to the song:

Mythical Monkey said...

On the contrary, I'd didn't think I'd look that happy about it.

LOATHE "Friends in Low Places." Loathe it. I'll bet you my old neighbor George Jones loathed it, too. Corporate country, as phony as a Hallmark greeting card, as authentic as a chicken McNugget.

You can fool all of the people some of the time and some of the people all of the time and you can apparently fool 60% of the crowd in Nats Park into eating unadulterated horse manure with the same gusto as a swarm of flies.

Look, you want a country song to celebrate drinking yourself into a coma? Try this one:

Now that's the real stuff.

Mythical Monkey said...

off the subject, I think this would be a good song to introduce a closer as he runs in from the bullpen: