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2008-07-19 13:17
by Bob Timmermann

Now that I no longer have to hijack my neighbor's signal to get online, I can go back to dedicating myself to providing high quality content for this blog.

Unfortunately, I don't have any. I think it's a hangover from the All-Star Break. And nobody is getting called for catcher's interference.

Then I turn on the TV to watch the Fox Saturday game and they want me to listen to Thom Brennaman. Ugh.

Let's see what other news there is:

But I need to run a few errands now. And I hope I fare better in my transportation than Guy Clark (it's a fairly old video and there is an odd 10 seconds at the end):

2008-07-19 15:01:13
1.   Ali Nagib
Are there actually laws against mooching your neighbors unsecured internet?
2008-07-19 15:19:12
2.   110phil
Some friends of mine leeched on to their neighbors' internet for over a year. It had to end when they downloaded so much that they pushed the neighbors over their limit. Then the jig was up, if I got that expression right.
2008-07-19 15:28:55
3.   kylepetterson
Guy Clark kicks awesome.
2008-07-19 15:46:22
4.   Bluebleeder87
That's cool... I'll be at DS for that.
2008-07-19 16:37:36
5.   JL25and3
There was no catcher's interference at today's Yankee game, but there was an obstruction call.
2008-07-19 16:40:49
6.   JL25and3
And yeah, Guy Clark is great. I love the internal rhyme of "sumbitch's" with "dishes" and "wishes."
2008-07-19 18:07:50
7.   Andrew Shimmin
1- There are in some states. They're very rarely enforced.

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