Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Obviously obvious obviosity
Date: August 18, 2019 01:51PM
JP Morgenthau Wrote:
> Well, here it is again, a still humidity-plagued
> but otherwise superior morning out here in the
> ever so pleasant Sweet Spot. Nothing to report on
> the wildlife front once again, but the thermometer
> is spending time just now in the low 70's, and
> while there's still a light haze to be burned off
> out there, the sun shines brightly from a mostly
> clear blue sky. No rain to watch out for today,
> but it looks like we might or might not brush up
> against the 90-degree mark later on, so unless the
> humidity of a sudden decides to pull out, it won't
> be much of a good afternoon to be out cutting
> brush or any such thing.
You keep shitposting this obvious bullshit, Dull, despite your knowing that everyone can tell what bullshit it is.
Good thing there's
> reruns of Cash Cab on the Game Show Network from
> noon to 5:00. That and a cool drink might be of
> some interest today after what
Game Show Channel and Cash Cab; that is about your level of "intelligence". Perhaps after that, you can take in an episode or two of South Park. As you have the mental and emotional maturity of a third grader and a virtual potty mouth to go with it, you ought to be able to see yourself in more than one of the characters in a television show about potty mouthed elementary school children.
I think was the
> first time this year that we've been at Nats Park
> past midnight.
When we consider how few games you have attended, that would be no surprise.
> In a related item, we have further proof now that
> in the person of Dumb Davey, we have the worst
> manager in the big leagues, one who can't
> comprehend even the simple premise that if in
> desperation, you overwork your closer in the first
> half of the season, you have to be more and more
> careful to assure that he gets extra periods of
> rest over the second half of the season. Seems
> like an easy enough thing to comprehend, but
> apparently not for everyone. As had been advised
> here, we did manage to stay off Doolittle from
> Monday to Friday, but with a three-run lead in the
> ninth on Saturday -- a perfect opportunity to turn
> to recently acquired Daniel Hudson to close things
> out -- we instead get the drained Doolittle back
> on the mound yet again. Result? Home run,
> double, home run, home run, fly to center. Oh
> sure, we did tie the game in the bottom of the
> ninth when Trea Turner twice swung at Ball-4 when
> a walk would have forced in the winning run, but
> the whole debacle goes back to Dumb Davey and his
> mindless misuse of the bullpen. Rizzo deals him
> new cards to play with, but instead he stands pat
> on the way to losing his shirt. What he should
> lose next is his job.
> So thanks to our thin-ice manager, the game itself
> ended up sucking kind of badly on various levels,
> but it had still been fun to sit in on Max
> Scherzer's sim-game earlier in the day. Those who
> were keeping track say that the combination of
> Parra and Gomes saw 64 pitches, and I can note
> that just one or two of those were struck with any
> sort of authority at all. Max himself looked
> comfortable and at ease throughout the hour-long
> effort despite some unhelpful weather. It was
> just plain oppressive for the most part down on
> the DCPD beat yesterday, but Max -- who lives in a
> Sweet Spot-like area overlooking the Potomac --
> seemed to take it all in stride. If things go
> according to plan from here, he should throw a
> bullpen on Tuesday and then start against the
> Pirates on Thursday at beautiful PNC Park, just
> across the river from the iconic Renaissance
> Pittsburgh Hotel where we stay when we're in town.
> Anyway, it will certainly be nice to have
> Scherzer back in the rotation whenever he gets
> there, but the number of the club's flubs and
> stumbles seems this morning like it's exceeded the
> number that even the return of such a stalwart
> presence would be able to make up for. Hopefully,
> I am wrong, but I don't think so.
Every time that you shitpost about baseball, Dull, you prove that you merit that name. In case someone forgot to tell you, Dull, Doolittle's job is to come in for the ninth inning when there is a save situation and preserve the win for the pitcher who earned it. He failed miserably at it Saturday. Had you been paying attention this season, it might have occurred to you that Doolittle ain't been quite himself all season. Never, mind, I am giving you too much credit, here, as you know nothing about baseball beyond the basic rules of the game.
No, Dull, there is a discombobulation happening here, similar to what happened to Papelbon in 2016.
> Wrong at every turn of course are the lower than
> steerage-class clowns, clods, douches, linguistic
> losers, and all-caps assholes of dreary old Falls
> Church City. Despite professed Euro-distractions,
> it's been quite the display of traditional
> ignorance, envy, and butthurt that they've
> continued to put up here, such being the very best
> that any of them can actually muster. Pity the
> fools. And their 'girlfriends'.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^Obvious potty mouth is obvious^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
If you are not going to post as "Dull" or "Dimwit", which would be better names for you, at least change your posting ID to JP Moronthau.