Normally this is where I'd quote my favorite line, but any song that boasts lyrics like "flippy floppies" and "nautical theme pashmina afghan" while name-checking Kevin Garnett offers too many choices to pick just one.
Official Fantasy Girl of AG.com runner-up Marisa Miller seemingly had zero reason to attend the 51st annual Grammy Awards except for the fact that she looks like this on the red carpet.
The following advertisement has been popping up on various sports websites this week:
Not just any product can take a 22-year-old former No. 1 overall pick and turn him into a .290/.336/.405 hitter who plays horrible, mistake-filled defense, which incidentally is only a slightly worse slogan for a product than "fight fatigue and support immune system."
Against all odds, the first player news blurb in Rotoworld history to quote Howard Stern and Robin Quiverswas not written by me.
Despite being "tagged" several dozen times, I've avoided actually participating in this. When it comes to stuff that "gives people the opportunity to boast about themselves without appearing boastful" having an eponymous blog is more than good enough for me.
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