Well, you don't catch me watching football games very often, but I had the game on for a bit last week. A whoop and a holler always goes up in my neighborhood when the 9-ers score or make a good play, so I don't even have to be watching the game to be a part of the excitement. But I did, and I almost got into the action until I kept seeing guys "getting their bell rung". Not a fan of any game that is going to result in a concussion, no matter how highly paid that athlete is. Anyway, yeah, all I know is that in that photo, yes, that IS a whole lot of wine -- I'm betting someone came along and stole the container it was in. Looks like they are all still corked bottles. Probably enough residual wine to fill a glass. Must be a name for 33 different kinds of wine mixed together.
Dear Donald: I feel pretty much the same way about football. And for the record, the wine bottles were definitely empty, not enough remaining for even one glass.
Whenever I start going off on professional sports on Twitter, my college friends are all kinda shocked because back in the day I went to Hippie College (UC Santa Cruz) and could give 2 fraks about anything pro sports.Now I like them mostly because it's a chance to hang out with the neighborhood friends at the local, and considering how bad most TV is, the drama you get in your 3 hours is pretty good. The Giants are good at torture, the Niners are getting good at it too.Losing sucked, but losing to a team/city that is so boring and has such awful fans was definitely a bummer. Glad I escaped and got home to SF in 2000!
Yeah,Seattle is a drag,no doubt about it. Wouldn't spend time there if it wasn't where my children and grandchildren live.
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