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Monday, August 30, 2004
It's Almost September, Let's Recap
(From Dan, our correspondent in the Commonwealth of Taxachusetts.)
You all had such high hopes ... sigh. When will you ever learn?
Q: What do you call 25 people sitting around a TV watching the World Series?
A: The Red Sox.
Q: What do the Boston Red Sox and Aaron Boone have in common?
A: The both can make 55,000 people stand up and yell "Jesus Christ."
Q: How do you keep a Red Sox fan out of your yard?
A: Put up yet another American League Pennant.
Q: Where do you go in Boston in case of a tornado?
A: To the bullpens at Fenway - they never hit a home run there!
Q: What do you call a Red Sox player with a World Series ring?
A: A thief.
Q: Why doesn't Cambridge have a professional baseball team?
A: Because then Boston would want one.
Q: Why was Pedro Martinez upset when the Red Sox play book was
A: Because he hadn't finished coloring it.
Q: What's the difference between the Pedro Martinez and the grass at Fenway Park?
A: The grass is there all season.
Q: What's the difference between the grass at Fenway and Manny Ramirez?
A: The grass is there every day.
Q: How do the Red Sox count to 10?
A: 0-1, 0-2, 0-3, 0-4, 0-5, 0-6, 0-7, 0-8, 0-9, 0-10
Q: How many Red Sox players does it take to win a World Series?
A: Nobody knows and we may never find out.
Q: What do the Red Sox and possums have in common?
A: Both play dead at home and get killed on the road!