Dear Person Who Read This Blog Before September 2,
I know it’s been All-Sarah-All-the-Time around these parts lately. I’ll see some of you later today at the Pasadena-area blogger meet-up. You’ll look into my eyes. You’ll wonder what’s gone wrong with me.
You’ll be relieved to know that my obsessive behavior is not confined to all things Sarah. For example, I went to see the Dodgers play four times this past week. Much to my surprise, even Manny Ramirez himself seems to have arranged his locks in a sort of Sarah Palin updo (fuzzy photos, click to embiggen):
Cafferty on Palin and the ‘pitiful’ interview with Katie Couric: 12,000 e-mails in 45 minutes
Finally, a super fuzzy photo of my favorite Dodger, Andre Ethier, celebrating the Dodgers’ victory over the NL West (that link will take you to another photo of Manny’s updo).
and Dodgers’ manager Joe Torre, along with owner Frank McCourt (on the right):
A happy owner:
Bill Plaschke: Just Making It To Next Week Won’t Be Enough for Dodgers.
After spending years standing on a Dodgers pitching mound and behind Dodger Stadium home plate, Don Newcombe understands Dodgers success.
And simply qualifying for the playoffs isn’t quite it.
“Just making the postseason is not Dodger tradition,” Newcombe said Thursday. “Getting to the World Series, winning the World Series, now that is Dodger tradition.”