Jackie Mason | October 6, 2005
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Matthew Preston | October 6, 2005
I don't even dare make the "Go Sox!" joke right now. I hate the "Go Bay!" joke when the Bucs play the Packers in the NFL.

I was shocked to see that the White Sox had gone up 2-0 on the Red Sox. I am also shocked that my Milwaukee Brewers made it .500 this season at 81-81. I am even MORE shocked that the entire NFC North in the NFL has only 3 wins. It is entirely possible that the winner of that division could make it to the playoffs with a record of 7-9. And it's entirely possible they would HOST a wild card team at something like 11-5. I want to see that happen.

David Mitzman | October 6, 2005
I'm definitely rooting for the White Sox on this one. One game away from seeing those Reds take an early end to their season!

Michael Paul Cote | October 6, 2005
I would like to see the Red version repeat, but as long as the dreaded Yanks are knocked out soon, I'll be happy.

Jackie Mason | October 6, 2005
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Scott Horowitz | October 6, 2005
Sorry, was in FL til today. To quote a famous Yankee, "It ain't over til it's over"

Jackie Mason | October 7, 2005
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Jackie Mason | October 9, 2005
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Scott Horowitz | October 10, 2005
I am happy for your team, because I do hate Boston... there was some damn good baseball yesterday though... 18 innings...woo

Jackie Mason | October 10, 2005
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Scott Horowitz | October 10, 2005
the biggest advantage the White Sox have right now is rest. The advantage the Yanks could have is momentum.

Jackie Mason | October 11, 2005
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Jackie Mason | October 15, 2005
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Scott Hardie | October 15, 2005
The umps are brave to stand by to their bad call in game 2. Stupid, but brave. Eddings deserved every jeer he got last night. It was a terrible call.

I liked "Corpse Bride" too, and I'll post a TMR for it soon. But I want to mention that I was bothered by one little touch: During the close-ups of two puppets facing each other, the puppet facing towards the camera would shift its eyes side-to-side while listening to the other puppet speak. This happens a lot in live-action entertainment, and it distracts the hell out of me whenever I see actors doing it, because nobody shifts their eyes side-to-side like that when listening to someone speak. Now there are claymations puppets doing it too? Ugh.

Jackie Mason | October 16, 2005
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Jackie Mason | October 17, 2005
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Scott Horowitz | October 17, 2005
I think the winner is still coming out of the NL this year, sorry Jackie

Jackie Mason | October 17, 2005
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David Mitzman | October 18, 2005
Well I'd hate to see the NL in a winning position, it not being REAL baseball, but I'm betting that Houston will probably come out of it with a championship

Jackie Mason | October 18, 2005
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David Mitzman | October 19, 2005
This whole article has the ability to start a discussion similar to the one that nearly caused a TC implode just a week or so over a year ago. I am completely abstaining from this discussion from here on in.

Jackie Mason | October 26, 2005
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Jackie Mason | October 28, 2005
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Michael Paul Cote | October 28, 2005
From one Sox fan to another - Congratulations! Revel in the joy, it fades all to quickly.

Jackie Mason | October 29, 2005
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Scott Horowitz | October 30, 2005
I'm pulling for the Cubs in 2008 (100 years between championships, that'd be sweet)

Jackie Mason | October 30, 2005
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