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Look, I just want to say, Dylan Cease, K'ing 10 in less than 5 innings does nothing to temper my expectations. #Cubs
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Monthly Archives: September 2013
Am I ready for some football? You bet your manufactured music’s tail I am. Here are some of my thoughts, wishes and a final score prediction. Before we dive in though, I’d like to welcome the Washington REDACTED to the … Continue reading
Semantic satiation, TomTatos and more fun stuff in the filaments today, including non-sports related stuff. And some sports related stuff. Just lots of stuff, in no particular order.
@CubsDen Castro is this generations Dunston, takes lots of heat for not living up to expectations, but we'll look back on him fondly. #Cubs — Dylan Steele (@evenloserswin) September 25, 2013 The other day I exchanged tweets with John Arguello of … Continue reading
The Saints are 3-0 and Nola has never seen them lose a regular season game. Let’s keep this up. Here are a few thoughts on the game. Of course the first game I didn’t get to watch is the one … Continue reading
Some of the cool stuff I came across this week. Not included, the fact that I discovered that Drake is mad dope.
Because filaments are things that reach across spaces and connect things, almost like a web. Get it?