Thursday, April 28, 2005

Save Our Trees- Recycle Red Sox Books!

OK let me get this straight- the Sox winning a World Series is cause for every member of the entire team to write a book?! Sure, David Wells wrote a book...that was awful too! Now, I have always been against the principles from the novel Fahrenheit 451, but book burning sounds pretty good right now. For Red Sox fans, the aforementioned novel is indeed a real book which you have never heard of because you are too busy reading a book by...Johnny Damon?! What a waste of good toilet paper!

Next in line for wasting trees is a book by Curt Schilling. Be sure to check out the ESPN article which gently shreds, obliterates, tears apart, and utterly destroys the book. To quote the article- "This soon-to-be best seller proves one thing – the only thing Curt Schilling doesn't know is when to shut up." BRILLIANT!


At 11:25 PM , Anonymous Jenn said...

Recycling Red Sox books sounds good to me. As long as they're completely broken down in those terms of recycling, and not given to 3rd world countries, because that would only be detrimental to their educational systems.

At 7:52 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am only writing this comment because it bothers me that the site says, "1 comments," and it is now fixed.


P.S. - A lot more people than you would know write memoirs and such. These are only becoming known by riding on the momentum from the Red Sox historic championship. They will be long forgetten in a matter of months, just chill for a bit.

At 10:42 AM , Blogger Jay said...


of course i know about others writing memoirs and accounts of their everyday life. even in sports, Duke's Coach K, former Yankee David Wells, and Team Steroids captain Jose Canseco have written books. Are they all crap? No. But I thoroughly enjoy fueling the Yanks/Sox rivalry for some good debate. So basically, thanks for responding.


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