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“Hands Down Rookie of the Year”

Posted in Uncategorized by Flavor on November 16, 2010

Ashkon called it, didn’t he? Winning 20 of the possible 32 first place votes is dominating. This ROY award isn’t important now but it will be in the context of his career and his place in baseball history. For the rest of baseball history, when a rookie phenom catcher gets mentioned, they will recall Posey’s name and the great feats he accomplished in 2010…..

Maybe someone can explain this to me: There are 32 guys who get to vote on this award. That seems like a pretty exclusive group. And yet there is a guy named Yasushi Kickuchi (honestly, that name sounds completely made up) who not only had one of the 32 votes but he decided Gaby Sanchez was the #1 rookie in the NL and that Posey didn’t belong anywhere on the ticket. And then there’s the guy from Pittsburgh who voted for 2 Pirates who many people have never even heard of……

If they are going to give a vote to a vote to a dude who writes for Japan’s Kyoto News Service they might want to consider handing out more than 32 votes for the award. Open it up a little. Maybe the guy who writes for the Palo Alto Daily News should have a say or the high school editor of the Paly Campanile……

I seriously have no idea what criteria mlb uses to assign voting power for these awards………

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  1. TedSpe said, on November 16, 2010 at 7:30 am

    Actually, it’s not MLB’s rules. It’s the BBWAA’s. It was explained to me a few years back but I forget the details. And I’m too lazy to look them up right now. All I remember is you have to be elected by the BBWAA’s board of directors and they switch every year which category you can vote for. In other words, if this year you have a vote for RoY, you can’t vote for the CY, MVP or manager. And then they change/rotate it every year.

    And you’re right, Flav. Yasushi Kickuchi? Right. Probably Murray Schwartz

  2. bozo said, on November 16, 2010 at 8:13 am

    OK, I’m just catching up. First – congrats to ROY Buster Posey (I think his new name should just be Roy.
    Going back to the players you might not remember being Giants (people might not remember we also had Spahn, Lefty and Goose in their declining years). I didn’t remember Garner. As some said, we picked up Porch maybe not so much to pitch for us but so he wouldn’t pitch against us (the guy just owned the Giants for years). He used to smoke so they put his locker next to the door. Being a wise ass, he said it’s right next to the doughnut table, how stupid is that? Loved that guy.
    kat’s Giant bucket list – Bonds won a few MVPs and Swifty Bill and Bowling Burkett were 20 game winners in 93. But, going forward, I agree.
    The only way you should trade Dirty is a deal involving Hanley, otherwise keep the dude.
    Flav- i sent you the Maldonado card because it was weird (but not worth much, I checked first). Also, I hope the day when pitchers and catchers report your magic number is 00 (wink, wink, nudge, nudge, say no more, say no more).
    Whew, sorry about the long post.

    • twinfan said, on November 16, 2010 at 8:50 am

      To think, the talk at one point was Dirty for Candon’t… then this summer, Corey Hart. Ross for nothing or Hart for Dirty- one of Sabean’s great calls…
      that and refusing to return my phone calls on Timmy/Rios…

      • bozo said, on November 16, 2010 at 9:25 am

        Sometimes the best trades are the ones you didn’t/don’t do, right Twin? Dirty’s stock is high but I still wouldn’t pull the trigger unless Hanleys name is in the mix (back in the day, I would’ve pulled the Trigger for Dale Evans).

        Cain or Timmy for Rios, those were some heady times. What would either of those guys get now? The Yankees would probably give us both the Pirates and Mariners organizations for them.

      • TedSpe said, on November 16, 2010 at 9:34 am

        I would’ve pulled the Trigger for Dale Evans. heh heh. Roger that.

  3. TedSpe said, on November 16, 2010 at 8:22 am

    Whew, sorry about the long post.
    That’s what I say to all the girls

    • bozo said, on November 16, 2010 at 9:45 am

      That’s what she said you said (insert one of them there smiley face things here)

    • PawlieKokonuts said, on November 16, 2010 at 3:45 pm

      you’re on a roll, Ted; “this mike workin’?”

  4. twinfan said, on November 16, 2010 at 8:24 am

    I wouldn’t trip on it so much, those voters probanbly knew Buster was going to win anyway….
    More troubling, several neighbor kids left me off their COY ballots. Winnie has a new handyman and it seems the fucker has been helping the little shits with homework on the side… war could be afoot…

  5. zumarust said, on November 16, 2010 at 8:31 am

    Having the Japanese writer involved is probably part of MLB’s ongoing international marketing of the sport. A goodwill gesture. And while I totally disagree with the guy’s logic for leaving Buster off the ballot, he did have his own thought-out logic for doing it, as he expressed to Schulman.

  6. twinfan said, on November 16, 2010 at 9:02 am

    Mentioned this last night:
    A kid who had been a disappointment could push for a spot, Conor Gillaspie came on very strong at the EOY at Richmond and he has 5 HR, over .300 BA inthe AFL. He now has 10 HR in his last 109 AB… If Pablo doesn’t get himself in shape, Conor could very well challenge for 3B… or Panda could move to first. The Giants are starting to get some potential logjams.. always a good thing for the trade market..

  7. stixwiz said, on November 16, 2010 at 9:15 am

    At some point next season the Giants will be firing BBs. Field-Day for baseball scribes will happen when Buster and Belt both go yard. Imagine the headlines after that episode. “Killer Bees” has already been used, although “Hammering Hank” got recycled for a new generation of fans from Greenberg to Aaron. “Buster Open” is easy. Already used it a couple times. May come down to a question for next year’s possible ROY: “Will Brandon Belt it outta here in this at-bat?”

    In case not everyone has noticed, the Giants Uber-prospect, Brandon Belt not only topped the Minors in BA this past season, but also was rated as the best hitter in the Arizona Fall League. Main question now is whether Belt will hit the field running right outta ST, or whether the PTBs will wanna do a Posey on him and Fresno the kid for some more seasoning. Such a move could lead to some salty language on this and other blogs. Though he has the wheels to make him a legitimate 5-tooler, the Giants primary prospect looks to be headed for 1B as his outfield experience has been quite limited. That qualification experience would be the only possible reason outside of a so-so ST which could hold him in Fresno for a couple months.

    Giants have become almost notorious for preferring players who can fill multidimensional roles. It goes back aways. Main falling out between the team management and A.J. Pryzinski (if that’s how its spelled) was that expensive catcher’s disinclination to learn a secondary position, or so he remarked. So if we don’t see that B.B. gunning from Opening Day it probably would be due to Belt getting in some harmless experience shagging flys for Fresno.

    • bozo said, on November 16, 2010 at 9:42 am

      So stix, do you think Roy will sponsor a “Buster Open” golf tournament in the future? Is the 2011 slogan – Posey on in, there’s pitchin’ and beltin’ inside?

      • stixwiz said, on November 16, 2010 at 10:22 am

        Bozo: The Puntential possibilities of Buster and Belter are almost endless. It may not happen till the 2011 Season is underway, but i could see Flavor or Twin doing a contest along those lines. Loser gets a free trip to the Punitentiary of his or her choice.

        As the SF Dynasty continues to develop, look for the characters and their names and nicknames to ultimately overshadow those of the Gashouse Gang , the 30’s Cardinals. Baseball and its heroes have become kinda dull, blase and boring in the minds of the sports fans of America. Giants have begun a couple of trends in instructing the leagues in the preeminence of pitching and also in developing a team consisting of colorful characters making up the face of the franchise.

        When you got a Rotation comprised of The Freak: The Horse; Dirty Sanchez and the Mad Undertaker; Topping it off with BlackBeard as the closer and sprinkle liberally with a packet of Posey to Belt it outta here and Buster Open its like presenting a package of Lucky Charms capable of ensorcelling every ten-year old out there. This comes from experience, though in a much earlier era, when my 10 Y.O. self got totally caught up in the merriment and mystique of Mays and the World Champion N.Y. Giants. It stuck.

        Baseball is not merely about the nuts and bolts of stats and scores. It is also about the “Magic Inside” and the wonderful ride of the Halloween Machine and their Black and Orange October. Baseball is Daffy and Dizzy and Ducky and Yogi and the Mad Hungarian. No other sport can match the historical names and characters of the National Pastime. San Francisco leads the Renaissance of color and character, amazingly combining these engaging elements of style with a substance of highly competent professionalism. It is the formula for another baseball Dynasty.

      • bozo said, on November 16, 2010 at 10:40 am

        “It is the formula for another baseball Dynasty.”

        And, one of complete enjoyment, I might add.
        Great post stix. You had me at Puntential.

      • TedSpe said, on November 16, 2010 at 11:07 am

        You forgot the Unicorn.
        Or maybe you didn’t

  8. stixwiz said, on November 16, 2010 at 9:26 am

    Michael: “Trade market” as you noted, is likely to be the direction for Gillaspie, as the guy appears to be below average defensively as a third baseman. Finally finding that power-stroke to add to his good contact skills as a hitter should make him attractive to some team out there which is not quite so fussy as the Giants when it comes to fielding his position, but is looking to keep their fanbase buzzing with constant fireworks displays at the plate. I could see him going to some team like Tampa Bay as part of a package deal for one of their three working model shortstops.

  9. Giant Head said, on November 16, 2010 at 9:45 am

    Jerry Crasnick’s ESPN story on Sabean makes mention of using Runzler as a starter….interesting.

    Does that mean J. Sanchez will be discussed with people liek Tampa. Seems like the Giants are not showing interest in Uggla. A package involving Bartlett and BJ Upton????

    What would it take to land those two? Sanchez, Gillaspie, Affeldt and what else?

  10. Macdog said, on November 16, 2010 at 10:14 am

    Belated congrats to Buster! The most remarkable thing for me is he caught 30 of the final 31 regular-season games and all 15 postseason games, making it 45 of 46. If I remember, the only one he missed is because he took a couple foul tips of his mask in the 9th inning and they sat him the next day to be on the safe side.

    Can’t wait to see which way the writers go on the AL Cy Young and whether they can overlook the 13-12 record and go with King Felix.

  11. blade3colorado said, on November 16, 2010 at 10:18 am

    GH, same article said Sabean had little/no interest in major free agent acquisitions. Not certain that this attitude includes trades too, but I would think it would have to be awfully enticing for him to “bite” on any trade. Forgot who said this (Flav?), but we’re in the driver’s seat (i.e., this is already a World Series championship team, so why do anything, unless it unequivocally improves are team?).

  12. Giant Head said, on November 16, 2010 at 11:45 am

    Blade, I agree that they are not going after any major free agents, but I dont think that pledge precludes a good trade.

    One good thing about Upton and Bartlett is that both are just arbitration eligible this year and their offense in 2010 was not as good as their previous year, so their arb numbers should be fairly static. We are then not under any obligation to extend them a pricey free agent contract. They will have to prove that they can earn it. Crawford then may be ready by 2012 to take over short.

    But with Upton at 40 plus SBs and maybe Torres hitting behind him, that is real juicy baby, real juicy! I think Upton would flourish at ATT. We can also hedge then whether Torres can actually reproduce his brilliant 2010. Plus BJ has one further arb year.

    I put Affeldt in the deal so that Tampa would have to take some additional salary, but I think Tampa is looking for more bullpen depth and Affeldt as we saw in 2009 can be very nasty. Javier Lopez has supllanted Affeldt on the team and money saved moving Affeldt helps keep Lopez in the fold.

    The question becomes is Jonathan Sanchez a helpful piece for Tampa. I think a nasty lefty in a very tough division is a boon to Tampa. And I would suspect that Jonathan’s 2010 salary would be in the $4 mill range. Does Tampa then put someone like Matt Garza in the deal to lower their payroll further, but it is only in the $17 mill range as is…Garza would be a nice #4 starter….

  13. twinfan said, on November 16, 2010 at 11:59 am

    A trade should a be entertained only after free agent possibilities are exhausted. As far as Tampa-they want hitters. We’re not a good fit. Right now the emphasis should be Huff, Uribe, then the arbs, and a SS and/or OF/1B…

  14. Tzar said, on November 16, 2010 at 12:08 pm

    Trading top SP was a stupid idea last yr and it remains so, unless they are desperate. You want the big 4 in the PS, not Zito pitching game 4.

  15. Giant Head said, on November 16, 2010 at 12:12 pm

    If Tampa moved BJ (remember he may have worn out his welcome) they would then have soome cash to land at least one free-agent hitter…if they are looking for OF/1B in a trade, we then are not a great fit.

    I agree on your priority. Do you think the following is possible and reasonable?

    Huff – 2 years at $8 million
    Uribe – 2 years at $5 million

    I still think Torres deserves to be taken care of and I would give him a 3 year deal still…

  16. bozo said, on November 16, 2010 at 12:12 pm

    OK, sitting in the Master of the Obvious GM chair (hey, it was empty) I would guess that plan A is signing our own free agents (Huff and Uribe). Then it’s dealing with the arbitration eligible guys (Torres, Dirty, Ross, Loogy, Ray, Ramirez, Casilla and FonteNOT). Have a few talks about players without options (Nate and Ishi). Come up with plans B, C and D if any or all negotiations fail (Is DeRosa healthy is Belt ready etc). Kick the tires of other teams for trade compatibility. Do all this and stay within a budget.
    This GM shit is easy, when do I start?

    • bozo said, on November 16, 2010 at 12:16 pm

      Sorry Twin, I didn’t see your post above while typing my drivel.
      I’ll quietly remove myself from the GM chair.

  17. twinfan said, on November 16, 2010 at 12:25 pm

    Your thoughts are always clarion calls to action, you fucking clown 😉
    Keep ’em coming.

    • bozo said, on November 16, 2010 at 1:20 pm

      Clarion? Clear and shrill like a trumpet, yup thats me (well shrill anyway).
      Now, if you’re talking about a fucking clown in a Clarion hotel, well we really shouldn’t go there. Don’t want to embarrass young nipper.

  18. Nipper said, on November 16, 2010 at 12:52 pm

    A good fight is needed. Pump out the insults and get BF to delete his blog. Get the blood flowing. The off season can be a bit slow.

  19. Flavor said, on November 16, 2010 at 1:18 pm

    too busy basking to fight, Nip. Besides, what would there be to fight about? We are on top of the baseball world right now……..

    • PawlieKokonuts said, on November 16, 2010 at 3:49 pm

      I haven’t used this word today, but it is time to BASK in World Champs 2010 status. That’s “bask,” spelled G-I-A-N-T-S.

  20. xootsuit said, on November 16, 2010 at 1:41 pm

    Just saw Desean Jackson’s explanation why the Eagles came out playing with energy for Michael Vick last night: “We were like pit bulls, ready to get out of the cage.”

    I’ll bet you my favorite orange Giant beverage fist that guy never went to a single class while he was at Cal.

    • Unca Chuck said, on November 16, 2010 at 2:17 pm

      Xoot, a buddy of mine went to Cal when Chuck Muncie was there. Met him a couple times. Major league connosuier (sp) of the smokables. Dude makes Ricky Williams look like Pat Boone. Since my friend was from Monterey, and had friends in Big Sur, their paths eventually crossed. Chuck had quite the extensive herb knowlege. Had freshman team assistants take his class notes and ‘prepare’ his homework for him.

    • xootsuit said, on November 16, 2010 at 2:46 pm

      I’m shocked. Shocked, I tell you. I knew a grad student at Cal in the 80s who hated teaching jocks on ath. scholarships. Kevin Johnson was the worst, she said. But they all generally did appear in class a couple of times per quarter. Johnson, of course, went back to Cal and obtained a degree after the NBA years. guess he matured.

  21. Giant Head said, on November 16, 2010 at 1:45 pm

    “Class? What us that?”

  22. twinfan said, on November 16, 2010 at 1:46 pm

    Question for anybody: ever take “Keppra”? Thoughts?

    • TedSpe said, on November 16, 2010 at 2:19 pm

      Sorry, no. My brother takes dilantin, though

    • delmardennis said, on November 16, 2010 at 3:51 pm

      Nope. Used to take another related drug, Depakote awhile back. No major complaints.
      Had to monitor liver function closely, however.

  23. Unca Chuck said, on November 16, 2010 at 2:27 pm

    Mike, if it’s like every other drug advertised, it’ll make you feel like yer walking through a field of flowers with a beautiful woman by your side, and happy chipmunks singing your praises . . .

    (side effects may include dizziness, blurred vision, dry mouth, night sweats, fainting, uncontrolled body movements, vomiting, explosive diarrhea, and/or death. Call your doctor if you suddenly drive to different parts of the country in your sleep, have sex with strangers in their refrigerators, or have the uncontrollable urge to support your local baseball team through thick and thin, or jump off a bridge)

  24. TedSpe said, on November 16, 2010 at 2:29 pm

    As expected Doc Halladay won the CY, Blackbeard came in 7th (which is more respect than Shooter got), The Freak 11th.

    Why that’s 4 nicknames in one sentence

  25. Flavor said, on November 16, 2010 at 2:37 pm

    Oswalt finishing ahead of bee-weez is a fucking joke

  26. Flavor said, on November 16, 2010 at 2:42 pm

    Uggla traded to braves for infante. Good trade for braves, dumb trade for fish

  27. Flavor said, on November 16, 2010 at 2:44 pm

    More marlin foolishness: they just signed John buck to a 3 yr/18 mil deal. Why would a team with no money give a 30 yr old catcher coming off a career yr he will never repeat 18 million dollars? Insane

  28. stixwiz said, on November 16, 2010 at 3:25 pm

    Good thing Uggla was not with the Braves a month ago.

  29. Kevin said, on November 16, 2010 at 3:50 pm

    From an article on Hot Stove talking to Brian Sabean

    The team has also given a stern directive to infielder Pablo Sandoval to get in better shape if he wants to be a factor in 2011.

    “He has to make a lifestyle change if he wants to keep his career going,” Sabean said. “All the red flags are there, and he knows what he needs to do. He’s been given some tough love, and we hope he gets the message. If not, the guy could end up in Triple-A to figure it out.”

    • delmardennis said, on November 16, 2010 at 3:54 pm

      Either Triple-A or Double-D.

  30. twinfan said, on November 16, 2010 at 4:00 pm

    OK-getting zero interest in any of my mini-prizes. So let’s get another system for some lucky fuck.I’ve got two AMD Triple Cores, an HTPC, and a Quad gamer… let’s see if we can get someone in a vehicle… let’s juice up the winter- here’s the deal: choice of the Gamer or the HTPC- forget money figures:
    who stays between Uribe, Huff, Rowand, Renteria ? Pick 0 to all 4… contest is over when all are signed somewhere… ( or traded in Rowand’s case). Deadline is ASAP, signings could go down any time.
    Email twinfan1@hotmail.com
    I’ll put specs up later. MOVE! I want huge participation.

    • wswin said, on November 16, 2010 at 4:29 pm

      pick a number, or pick a name (s)?

  31. Flavor said, on November 16, 2010 at 4:07 pm

    blog’s a little slow these days, Twin. I put the contest up anyway though (to the right, above the Countdown)

  32. Flavor said, on November 16, 2010 at 4:15 pm

    twin, I sent you an email, please check it out and let me know if you want it or not. Craig

  33. twinfan said, on November 16, 2010 at 4:25 pm

    Absolutely. And I’ll be good… Well. Not horrible. PG?
    ROOM B will live again…

    • TedSpe said, on November 16, 2010 at 4:33 pm

      PG? The main blog is R already. Criminy

  34. Flavor said, on November 16, 2010 at 4:41 pm

    I bumped u up to editor status, I believe that’s higher than the last time u did this. If u find support and type in “users” I think it’ll tell u all the shit u can do. If u have trouble finding that I’ll help u when I get home tonighf

  35. PawlieKokonuts said, on November 16, 2010 at 4:45 pm

    wow! we all get to be editors? democracy is so cool! oh, you mean Twinkie!

  36. PawlieKokonuts said, on November 16, 2010 at 4:47 pm

    Can we have nominations for Class Clown, too? Bozo would be a shoo-in just by virtue of username, but Dennis, Loo, and Ted are pretty dang witty. (WTF am I tawking about, anyway? Time to walk the dawg; in the cold rain. Basking.)

    • TedSpe said, on November 16, 2010 at 4:53 pm

      That’s nice of you Pawlie but in all candor, with the exception of one or two semi-regulars, I find almost everyone here pretty darn amusing. BTW, when’s part II in your trip to SF?

      • PawlieKokonuts said, on November 16, 2010 at 5:06 pm

        Part II tonight, assuming no porn distractions HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    • delmardennis said, on November 16, 2010 at 5:54 pm

      I’m still LQTM over Bozo’s “I would’ve pulled the Trigger for Dale Evans” line.
      I’m just thankful his little fantasy stopped there and didn’t include Buttermilk.

      • max808 said, on November 16, 2010 at 6:18 pm

        I think it was Ted’s line.

      • TedSpe said, on November 16, 2010 at 6:37 pm

        No it was Bozo’s line. I just did a follow up with “Roger that”

  37. Flavor said, on November 16, 2010 at 5:05 pm

    I find this place amusing, too. Of course, everything is amusing after you win the world series. I got my bask on a couple of weeks ago and there’s simply no end to it…..

  38. PawlieKokonuts said, on November 16, 2010 at 5:12 pm

    The Chron says Darren Ford is applying for a pretrial intervention program in his NJ theft case. Darren: it’s OK to steal bases, but not anything else.

  39. twinfan said, on November 16, 2010 at 5:35 pm

    I’ve got Room B semi-up. I’ll work on the format over the next few days. No dicks in exhaust pipes, no dental surgery… I’ll post the contest prize specs tonight. Winner will have a choice beteen an HTPC and a high end gaming (graphics) system…

  40. delmardennis said, on November 16, 2010 at 6:50 pm

    Room B may be semi-up, but I’m completely shut out. NO (Whitey) posts of mine are appearing.

  41. Flavor said, on November 16, 2010 at 7:10 pm

    Denny— you had a few in spam, not sure why. Hopefully it’s fixed now.

  42. bigSarge said, on November 16, 2010 at 7:13 pm

    Can someone clue me in as to what room b is all about?

  43. Flavor said, on November 16, 2010 at 7:19 pm

    the definition of Room B is open to interpretation. Think about the darkest most unspeakable part of your soul. Then multiply that by everyone else’s same dark, unspeakable spot. Then put the lotion in the basket. Now you’ve found Room B……..
    It’s a Twin-thing. He runs it. It was on hiatus for a while, but it’s back and I can’t wait to see what shows up there………

  44. twinfan said, on November 16, 2010 at 7:25 pm

    We’re lighting cat farts RIGHT NOW!

  45. alleykat said, on November 16, 2010 at 7:27 pm

    Man i’m bummed the Giants did’t make a play for Uggla.The guy might not be golden in the field,but he sure is in the batters box.30+ Hr’s the last 4 years only 9 players have done that,and only Arod and Uggla are the only non 1stBasemens.He would have been a Jeff Kent type guaranteed to put up huge numbers at ATT, while helping protect Posey.Complete steal for the Braves.Infante was topped out in his trade value.

    • zumarust said, on November 16, 2010 at 7:33 pm

      There’s no way the Giants can cast F. Sanchez aside. I’m all for improving the team for next year, but you don’t just willy nilly destroy a great team chemistry by jettisoning playoff heroes.
      I say let’s just try to get everyone re-signed, including Edgar if he wants to play another season for a lower salary, and keep building from within. See if Belt can make the jump to the majors next season. See if Burriss can contribute.

  46. Flavor said, on November 16, 2010 at 7:29 pm

    What I recommend you do before you enter Room B:
    Get all your shots
    take a few shots of Crown Royale
    tell someone where you are going
    keep your wallet in your front pocket
    anyone else got any advice for a Room B visitor?

    • twinfan said, on November 16, 2010 at 7:32 pm

      Myers is in there.

  47. Flavor said, on November 16, 2010 at 7:31 pm

    We were never going after Uggla. He only plays one position and we’ve got a guy at 2nd next year who’s making 6 million. Next…….

  48. alleykat said, on November 16, 2010 at 7:39 pm

    Fuck 2nd base.You stick him at 3rd or LF.Fatso is a huge ? mark, and do any of you believe DeRosa will do much at 36?

  49. Flavor said, on November 16, 2010 at 7:55 pm

    you don’t just stick players anywhere you want. That reminds me of the guys who decided to play Barry at first base just, well, *because*. Uggla is a fairly shitty defender, and he’s really never played anywhere but 2nd base. I think he’s still arbitration eligible but if he’s not he’s about to sign a big deal, you don’t throw a shit load of $ at him and say “Ok, go ahead and play this brand new position”. Guys like Huff and De Rosa can be mixed and matched in the OF/infield. Uggla is not one of those guys……

  50. Nipper said, on November 16, 2010 at 8:17 pm

    Uggla is just plain ugly. Not good looking enough for a Giant. We want handsome guys in a Giants uni.

  51. TedSpe said, on November 16, 2010 at 8:20 pm

    I think bigSarge needs to know the entrance to room b….I beg your pardon
    Room B!!!… as well.
    It’s just above twin’s winter contest which is just above Flav’s countdown.
    I realize you are in the military. You’ve seen much. You’ve been through many ordeals, many conflicting circumstances, many hairy moments. But…
    Room B…many have entered. Few…left with their sanity….
    hm hm…hm hm…hm hm hmmm

  52. zumarust said, on November 16, 2010 at 10:05 pm

    Hey man, don’t harsh my mellow.

  53. TedSpe said, on November 16, 2010 at 10:24 pm

    Or, as my spritual advisor zum says…
    “Dude…you’re layering on my karma”
    Nah!! Fuck it!!
    Love you zumie but…
    3 words
    Go A Way

  54. Flavor said, on November 17, 2010 at 7:15 pm

    my dad is from the south, Richmond, Virginia to be specific. This is the email I got from him today:
    what the hell is room B?”

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