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Fallin’ For Fall

The memories of summer slowly fade away as peals of brown, orange, and red fill the air. Dunkin’ Donuts started selling hand-held apple pie as well as the pumpkin muffin. The scents of cinnamon and french vanilla are taking over. Yep, fall is here.

It's apple picking time!

Apple picking, hay rides at the county fair, the World Series underway, freshed baked pumpkin pie (or sweet potato pie if you’re in the South), and that crisp, autumnal chill are just a few reminders of fall. Those and football. Enjoy it while it lasts, because, the *shudders* Christmas stuff is hitting stores soon. Seriously… why can’t we go through Halloween without having to listen to “Jingle Bells” blasting out of a 250,000 megahertz subwoofer?

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Foul Play Date

Most guys would try to catch a foul ball for their girlfriends, but not his summa bitch. Rather than protect his girlfriend, Sarah, from being hit from the foul ball, Bo bailed out on that ball that instantly struck her in the head. Can you say WTF?!!

Courtesy: MLB.TV.

Yes, ladies, chivalry is dead. And a bad boyfriend during the Houston Astros game killed it.

What are you, stupid? Dude obviously broke the first rule of a baseball date: don’t let your company get hit by a foul ball. I want to know what his excuse for this bullshit is … excuse my French, garçon. But listen up, dude in red with the, er, hat on backwards, shame on you! You better stop making up excuses. The “I lost it in the lights” isn’t cutting it.

I bet their next date night, if there is one, is at “Eat, Pray, Love.”

Rays Coming to Connecticut!??!

Connecticut might soon have to choose among the FOUR baseball teams instead of three. According to Peter Gammons of MLB.com, the Rays baseball team is considering leaving Tampa Bay in order to move to either New Jersey or Southern Connecticut. The problem is: Connecticut is under the cusp of three different teams in the area, i.e. The Sox, the Yanks, and the Mets.

“Since nearly everyone in Connecticut has been locked in into Yankees, Red Sox or Mets fandom for generations, how much success would a new team have of developing a following?”

Let the bloodbath begin!