OAFC BBS - All Topics: Archive: Correcting SI
In this morning's SI Extra, I read a line that seemed wrong.
Speaking of SI, in this week's issue, there's a note in one of their "gossip" sections that Alyssa Milano has officially dumped Carl Pavano in favor of Barry Zito and that she's trying to persuade him -- allegedly a conservative Republican -- to vote for Kerry.
good job Ey...that's just what we need to discuss again...
Double SIGH .....
Doesn't Lil have the trademark (at least on this site) for the singular response of "sigh"?
no trademark but...
Perhaps, but simplefan and I capitalized ours.
Sorry to indulge eyleen, but here is more dish on U-Know-Who...
Zito clearly loves the attention and craves a bigger stage. Numbers aside, if you understand this psychology, then we should trade him by '06. He's half-way out the door as it is.
I'm guessing he'd be delighted to go to the Yankees. I had the feeling that he and Macha disagreed more than once this past year.
I would have voted for Kerry if Alyssa Milano let me drink her bath water, let alone this.
I knew Alyssa Milano would turn out well way back on WHO'S THE BOSS, but I didn't have a clue she'd turn out THIS well.
At quick glance, I thought this was Menechino and Giambi...
HAHAHAHA! That's messed up!
Good thing he still pitches better than he dresses, though it's getting close.
finley, I had always figured Zito to be a flakey libby hippy guy("a little airy, a little manic", pink pillows, stuff toys, masturbation before games, etc), and am astounded he is a GOPer...
I do believe the '89 Giants never had the lead during the World Series against the A's...
scratch that last message - wbell already mentioned it in the beginning (though what's the harm in repeating this little fact... ;)
What if Zito is in fact a flaming liberal, but he spun this conservative tale so Milano felt she had to "cure" him ala Florence Nightengale?
Nope, He's a USC guy, that is a VERY conservative school and and part of California, its so conservative that they were burning the house down when Carter won the election back in the day. Even though he may fit the description of a "stereotypical liberal" I wasnt surprised at all.
He also went to UCSB, and I think he considers himself more a Gaucho than a Trojan, based on his conversations with fellow Gaucho Jim Rome.
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