Ho-hum everyday things that happened yesterday:
- I ate CrunchBerries.
- NAG NAG NAG bought a new sectional.
- * Roy Halladay pitched a complete game, giving up no earned runs, throwing only 111 pitches (Roy Oswalt threw 114 in six innings), and walking nobody. All that, and he only gave up five fly balls- after allowing three against Washington. It was dominating with a subtext of relatively easy, Astros skill level of "butt" notwithstanding.
See, that doesn't even resonate with a thump. He's that good. So there you go. Roy Halladay pitched one of the best baseball games you'll see yesterday. If you don't believe Roy was that good, click here to read more about how face-breaking he actually was.
Yesterday, Roy Halladay pitched one of the most dominant games in history.
I want you all to read this, because it's incredibly intelligent and beautifully written. AND she managed to end with a "cuttered", kind of like Joyce making sure the last word in Ulysses is "Yes": http://mabel.mlblogs.com/
Kudos to our favorite potentially unstable poster, Heathcliff Slocumb (see the post this past weekend with the pictures from opening day. What? Oh, right, here's the link), on basically nailing yesterday's prediction contest. As the winner, he gets to pick which animal gets MS Painted next. (Note to HS: dude I can't draw rhinos!)