Thursday, October 27, 2005

Bitch Harriet Miers tries to bury what should have been White Sox lead



Chicagoans must be feeling a large dose of anxiety today, for something has occured in their town that has ominous apocalyptic overtones.

No, not the end of the Sox's 88-year drought.

Worse: the Chicago Tribune and the Chicago Sun-Times, bitter north-side/south-side type newspaper rivals, have the SAME HEADLINE today.

What's even spookier is that the headline, "Believe It!" is inspired by White Sox muse Steve Perry. Yes, that Steve Perry.



Does this mean a surge of Steve Perry costumes for Halloween? One can only hope and pray that all Chicago mullets would be put to such a noble use.

Lest you leap to conclusions, I would like to say right now that not all WS fans are, well, unrefined mulleted Journey-lovers.

For instance, here is a White Sox fan in the stands at game 4 reinacting Frank Gorshin's protrayal of Commission Bele in the Star Trek TOS episode "Let That Be Your Last Battlefield":



See? We can be arty too. And poignant.

Speaking of poignant, what's better than team ownerJerry Reinsdorf, choking up at the trophy ceremony? Huh?

Rot in hell, ya stinkin' bastard. We shoulda been there 20 years ago.


3 comments:

Sis said...

I'd rather see the mullet-wearing, White Sox/Journey fan this Halloween than any more Steve Bartmans from 2003!

vikkitikkitavi said...

I hope you appreciated the TOS ref.

sis said...

Oh yes, I did - I even double checked that Bele had the black on the right-hand side...