Red Sox Fans Don’t Support the Troops

November 27, 2007 at 11:13 pm | Posted in Sports | 2 Comments

Last week I mentioned that Curt Schilling started a thread on his blog, asking readers to leave comments to thank Saint Mike Lowell for re-signing with the team.

kerrysox.jpgShortly thereafter, the bloated Sox hurler started another thread, asking readers to leave comments to thank the “the men and women that serve our nation and other freedom loving nations around the world.”

The tally of gratitude as of this moment?

159 grassy-asses for the soldiers.

743 grassy-asses for Mike Lowell.

So what does this mean? 

Well, it’s probably unfair to conclude that Red Sox fans are more grateful for Mike Lowell than they are for their men and women overseas, even though that’s what Lucy the Blog’s headline writers would lead you to believe. 

And it also may be unfair to conclude that Schilling made the nastiest bowel movement following Thanksgiving dinner, though the evidence certainly points in that direction.  He is gross.

There is, however, one thing that this discrepancy confirms beyond the shadow of a doubt.  And that one thing is this…

Charles Nelson Reilly, even in the grave, is hotter than two rats dry-humping in a wool sock! 

Believe it!

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  1. Joba Chamberlain is fat and overrated.

  2. […] with pretty much everything that tumbles out of Schilling’s mouth (which Lucy the Blog still finds revolting, by the way), but still we like it when athletes actually say what they’re thinking instead […]


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