October 27, 2002

Sunday, Sunday, Sunday!

Today began with football and will end with baseball. Rob and I are trying to carry our karma across sports and help the Giants to their first bay area victory.

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Scott Yager

woohoo!

Walt Dickinson

Best five of nine anyone? =-)

Nick Runco

so like i was sayng: the angels will still win the series. ahem.

Brian Poulsen

Nick - heh yes you were right

Scott Yager

Good call Nick. In fact, I can’t think of a better way for that series to unfold than it did. Talk about heartbreak.

Rachelle Bowden
Scott Yager

Actually Walt would owe Sam something.

Rachelle Bowden

I think walt has to replace the giants on his upper logo with a dancing monkey or something.

Sam Oh

I agree.. I want my dancing monkey

Walt Dickinson

I would owe Sam something. If I’d agreed to his bet. But since the terms were never laid out in full, no such agreement took place. =-) Hence, there will be no monkey.

Sean Peisert

I think Alphonse and the bears say it best.

Laura Dickinson

Where’s Derek? He deserves to deliver an “I told you so” as well. Congratulations to all the Angels fans. Love, Mom

Scott Yager

Now we turn our attention to the NBA.

Sean Peisert

:P Hibernate until spring training. Or at least March Madness.

Actually, go 49ers!

Derek Gomez

I must say it was quite an exciting series. I was ready to turn it off by the middle of the 6th game when I (and probably everyone else except the hardcore Angels fans) thought the Giants had it wrapped up. I read an article somewhere that NorCal’s psyche would have been damaged by a World Series win anyway — so it’s probably for the best.

But yeah, bring on basketball!

(And as for football, ahem, I’m making my prediction right now that the Chargers will be the first team to play in their home city’s Super Bowl…)

Sean Peisert

Didn’t the 49ers play at Stanford? Which is basically the home city, for all intents and purposes.

Derek Gomez

It’s a stretch, Sean. But within the metropolis, I guess. Technically no, though.

Scott Yager

Home city or home stadium?

Derek Gomez

Yeah, good point. Even though Palo Alto isn’t in SF, it’s even a farther cry from their home stadium. If [when] San Diego makes it to the Super Bowl in 2003, it’ll be in their home stadium too.