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janeyjay

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  1. janeyjay

    NFL Thread

    The fan who got that ball is the son of a good friend of mine, so I'm following the Compensation Story closely. Evans was handing out TD balls today like they were candy.
  2. janeyjay

    MLB Thread

    I second this. I'm a franchise-long Rays fan and former season ticket holder. I could give a TED talk about things that need changing with the franchise but the team is fun to watch on the field. In Cash I Trust.
  3. My feet hurt just from watching her go up and down those stairs. A few notes is one thing -- Ryan looked like he had a whole dossier as if he was getting instructions on a mission from Fearless Leader. Too much, dude.
  4. janeyjay

    NFL Thread

    MY PEOPLE! Another franchise-long, ride-or-die (long-suffering) Buccaneers fan here. I am over the media deification of TB12, much as I was over the media deification of Tim Tebow (Go Gators.) But I do love my Bucs, so I too ignore all that nonsense and focus on what happens on the field. And the garbage fire that has been both Gruden and Meyer makes me, as a UF grad and Buccaneers fan, disgusted, especially since their professional impact is personal for me.
  5. Mabel Albertson (Mother Stevens) kills me in "What's Up Doc?" in those hot pants she wears in her first scene. Great comic timing
  6. janeyjay

    MLB Thread

    I am still not ready to talk about it. I may never be ready to talk about it. My heart is broken. Depending on how things fall, if I pay attention at all, I'll be quietly rooting for a NL WS champ. The AL is DEAD TO ME until February when pitchers and catchers report. HAPPY DIRT NAP, AL!
  7. janeyjay

    MLB Thread

    Hey, we here in Rays-ville will take it. I'm with you on the cheating cheater Astros and, natch, the Red Sox. Tonight I'm looking forward to a good NL wild card game and to heckling Joe West one last time.
  8. janeyjay

    MLB Thread

    Part of me is thrilled about this and part of me is sad because hating on him has become a bit of sport for me. But then I was reminded that we'll always have Angel Hernandez.
  9. janeyjay

    MLB Thread

    I am very very very angry about this prospect and my fellow Rays fans and I pretty much hate our owner. Frankly, I wish he'd sell the team and go the @#*^% away. A sign touting the Montreal situation was going to be up in the Trop during the playoffs and public outcry was so intense, with the majority of voices vehemently opposed to this that the front office backed down. No sign. While I'm no longer a season ticket holder, I go to a good number of games a year and that nonsense is just a slap in the face to franchise-long supporters like myself and my family. I could give a whole TED talk abo
  10. janeyjay

    MLB Thread

    Much, much respect to the Blue Jays from this long-time-lurker-first-time-poster Rays fan. While I think whoever we meet in the ALDS will play tough, the Jays are the only team that I didn't want to face. I'm a big Charlie Montoya fan and he's done a heck of a job with the team -- Jays will be a force for a while. And now this lone little franchise-long Rays aficionado will go back to lurking.
  11. I'm watching! And I'm a little addicted. It's miles better than the US version. I'm behind and trying not to be spoiled but it's hard. But it's a perfect summer binge because it's so so frothy and delicious.
  12. I've seen him in several shows in NYC, including Dear Evan Hansen and How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. He's a damn good song and dance man in addition to being a good actor.
  13. While watching, I kept expecting Lucinda to come around the corner. Or better yet -- Dr. Bob Hughes with an ax to grind.
  14. Same. I teared up a little when I saw him because ever after all this time I STILL miss ATWT. I half expected to see Lucinda come around the corner. Loved seeing André De Shields and Stephen Spinella as part of the HIV storyline. As out gay men who were young men during the '80s AIDS crisis, I can only imagine how emotional it must have been for them.
  15. Agree agree agree. I'm a full-on RPDR fan, but this installment is one of my favorites of all the iterations. I laughed, I cried -- it was better than Cats.
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