Friday, October 06, 2006

If Yankees get to a 5th game on Sunday... I have a few years left...

Randy Johnson has to win tonight combined with A-Rod, a totally horrid investment, worse than putting your money into the Amaranth hedge fund, or buying LUCENT technologies at $80. A-Rod, who I simply don't like because he is awful. A-Rod, himself, I commend in being a smart business man in taking that pay and living in the Trump Tower, but as a player, he is fucking average and for the PUSSY POPULIST's sake, I'll say, A-ROD should 'SPREAD his WEALTH' to the BATBOY, the PEANUT and HOTDOG vendors, and maybe to Melky and Wang. But of course, A-ROD is ETHNIC, and therefore, he shouldn't have to answer to the populist claims that so often HAUNT any white corporate executive, who makes much less.

With that said, Jared Wright, is not white trash, but he's basically as close as you can get, in regards to LOW Middle Class, and his name reaks of some white trash kid from my old public highschool in New England. And he will definitely lose the 4th game.

of course, in the Motor City, a sweep is possible, simply due to the players nerves of having a full blown riot that not even Al Sharpton could put a positive spin on.

goodbye. Jeremy's spoken... spoken... jeremy's spoken.. in class today...

2 Comments:

At 1:23 AM, Blogger SphericalZoo said...

I do believe that Alex Rodriguez has been terrible in the postseason, but his salary is completely irrelevant. People are worth what others are willing to pay them, plain and simple. When Alex Rodriguez steps to the plate, he is surrounded by 55,000 people who can't do what he does on a baseball field. Would it make people feel better if he made $10 million instead of $20 million?

Rodriguez's main problem is that he's a head case. As much as I respect him as a player, I don't think he can handle intense pressure. Derek Jeter has half of the raw talent of Alex, but excels on the New York stage. The difference is that Rodriguez is consumed by how his failures affect him, while Jeter NEVER loses sight of the team's ultimate goal. I've been watching baseball for a long time, and I've seen a lot of great players, but Derek Jeter is the most transcendently brilliant player I've had the pleasure of watching.

Jeter for MVP!

 
At 11:59 AM, Blogger Lockheed Hayheehoo Macedon said...

Well said. 'Being consumed by how one's failures affect oneself', is brilliant insight.

My point about the salary, is that if he was 'WHITE', people would give him 5 TIMES more shit than they do now.

 

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