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I'd assumed that Morse's poor 2013 was mostly a result of whatever the heck happens to Seattle hitters
All right, why is the "Take On Me" song linked to Morse? (I'm assuming this is the song from the 1980s.) Why would the Nats have to stop playing that song because they traded Morse last winter.
D.C. fans have a right to resent Angelos's attempts to block a Washington franchise, but before long that'll be history almost as ancient as Washington lawyer Edward Bennett Williams' foiled wish to move the Orioles to Washington, an attempt that was enthusiastically backed by the Washington Post.
Liverpool just apologised for posting Munich-aircrash baiting on their Twitter.
It was his fourth PA walk up music. The crowd would sing along with it.
The Nationals are off the charts compared to your Scrubs, who are going to be pushing close to 100 losses.
How did he play 50 games as a shortstop for the Mariners when he broke in and now can't play left field?
Somewhat on that subject of sports and ancient history, maybe you can explain how a 1918 Broadway show tune like I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles ever wound up being the West Ham theme song. It's a bit like finding out that "We Are Marching To Pretoria" was being taken up by the Jacksonville Jaguars.
So I guess it had nothing to do with the fact that the song was also prominently featured on the soundtrack of Jimmy Cagney's breakthrough gangster movie, The Public Enemy, which is the first time I ever encountered it. Given the murderous yet humorous tendencies of English soccer fans, that might have been my first guess.
I suggest that next year at Nationals Park, the song should be "Cara Mia" by Jay & the Americans. That "I'll be your love till the end...of...time!" chorus can work a crowd into a frenzy.
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