Fuck me. Why have the last few years of Pixar seemed like one gigantic con?
Saturday, October 31, 2015
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Tuesday, October 20, 2015
If you all remember, the Red Sox curse was the heart of that team. With the curse they were the beloved underdogs of MLB. Without the curse they were just another team that's won some World Series. The day after the Sox finally won, in 2004, you could almost feel the collective "Oh Shit, NOW what?" gasp escape from the fans. As if the Cure started dressing like Doug Henning and multiple generations of Goths no longer had an identity.
And when they won again in 2007 every Sox fan struggled to find some pathetic handicap to clutch on to. "Yes, yes, the Red Sox finally broke their curse and won the World Series (twice?! Shit!) but... but... um... let us think here for a second... We've got it! It's been 90+ years since they've won the World Series AT HOME!!! Praise Jesus and the Yaz, we've NEVER WON AT HOME!!!"
And then they won at home.
Since then, the Red Sox are just another baseball team, with as much magic and nostalgia as the San Diego Padres.
It was obvious that god himself meant for the Cubs to go to the World Series!
And then the Padres started doing things like stealing home and catching the ball behind their backs and shit like that? And then the Padres were the team that dared pull the World Series rug from under the Cubs? And then the Cubs ended up sucking San Diego's balls? Heh, heh, heh. Good times.)
Anyway, be careful what you wish for, Cubs Fans.