Well, dammit. By autographedcat On October 17, 2003 In Blog Oh well. There’s always next year. baseball Previous Thursday Digest Next Be Nice To Me… 5 Comments Add Comment → noghri Woooohoo!!!! What a fantastic game. Well fought by the Yankees, but the Sox hung in there. Some fantastic defensive plays, some great pitching, and a nailbiter to the end. Obviously, I’m extraordinarily pleased with the results, but I have to tip my hat to the Sox.. They played quite a series, and deserve a ton of credit. October 16, 2003 Reply Anonymous Let us keep our fingers, etc., crossed and see how well / poorly the two teams’ fans react to the outcome. Ann Onynous, Massachusetts resident and former fan of the Brooklyn Dodgers, New York (baseball) Giants, New York Yankees and New York Mets. October 16, 2003 Reply mishalak Would being a God cheer you up? http://www.livejournal.com/users/mishalak/44764.html?view=140252#t140252 October 16, 2003 Reply redaxe It is said that given an assertion, there are certain types of proof which, rather than strengthening the assertion, weaken it. The best example would be the statement “all humans are less than 100 feet tall.” Generally, it’s easy to see that it’s true. But if a man grew to 99 1/2 feet, there would be some serious doubt to the strength of the assertion, despite that his datum continued to prove its truth. So with this game, and this series (and all these playoffs), and the Curse. Classics, engraved now forever in memory. October 17, 2003 Reply poltr1 This morning, I hung a picture of the Cigarette Smoking Man (from The X Files) outside my cubicle, with a thought balloon reading, “As long as I’m alive, the Chicago Cubs and Boston Red Sox will never win the pennant.” October 17, 2003 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.