Tuesday, October 25, 2016

In Paducah Where the Tuscaloosa

Watching the Cubs in their first World Series game in 71 years. The umpire seems to have a different strike zone for the Indians pitcher than he does for Lester. If there was any fix in here I would have assumed it would have been in favor of the Cubs, but then again, how are the scumbag degenerate gamblers going to make any money betting on the Cubs?

I'm guessing there a lot of Cub fans in Paducah. Probably a lot of Cardinals fans, a few Reds fans, and maybe some Atlanta Braves fans. The Outsider Poets of Padukah mostly are indifferent to sports. 

I'm sitting here eating quinoa I've left in the pot a little too long and has gotten soggy. My doctor recommended today that I start taking Niacin. I looked it up and I'm slightly worried about the flushing effect and skin irritation, but they say it's not a serious issue and can be mitigated by starting with a lower dosage and building up. 

Feels like Cleveland has this game pretty well in hand now. Schwarber just gave the ball a ride, but this team has been notorious for going stone cold when it gets cold. It's supposed to be unseasonably warm later in the week for the games in Chicago.

I see the guy for Dead Or Alive passed away earlier in the week, and guy who started Crusader Comics. I went looking for a copy of Dungeon of Darkness, but apparently they'll print out thousands of them and send them to you if you promise to hand them out to people ar rock and roll festivals.

We have a new dog and I have less than nothing to say this week. I am entirely out of sync and still have dental work to get through before the end of the year.

This game is turning out to be pretty miserable, like the two shutout games they played against the Dodgers. I think I'll go read some submissions to Zombie Logic Review. 

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