Tag Archives: Baseball

GUTENBERG WOULD JUST SHIT!

Technology is morally neutral. The ability to print a great number of tabloid size or larger newspapers with full color photographs and graphic illustrations is an evolved form of the print technology that underlies some forms of mass communication. But … Continue reading

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Bernie Brewer II

My brother worked 15 years as an usher at Miller Park stadium, home of the Milwaukee Brewers baseball club. He claims there are two Bernie Brewers. He said one day he was sitting at his desk and Bernie Brewer was … Continue reading

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The Five-Second Rule

I suppose you’d have to be an ardent baseball fan to visualize the following: During the Seventh Inning Stretch the Klement’s Sausage mascots hold a foot race. Don’t ask me, I only live here. Klement’s Sausage is a major sponsor … Continue reading

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The Selfie

Jumbotron. That’s not always what they call it; that’s not always what it is. But you know what I mean – one of those gigantic, big-screen, electronic scoreboards they have out there at the ballpark. I was watching the ballgame … Continue reading

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