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First law of civilization: All airports are under construction.
Second law of civilization: I'm in the wrong line.
Third law of civilization: Snacks sealed in plastic bags cannot be opened, even using your teeth.
Fourth law of civilization: The human gene whose discovery is announced in the New York Times—there's one every day, a gene du jour—is for some bad trait, like schizophrenia, kleptomania, or pneumonia. We have no good genes.
Fifth law of civilization: Failing corporate executives and politicians always resign to spend more time with their families.
This smells like "the team I'm negotiating with isn't offering enough."
Huh, for some reason I thought he had signed with the Yankees already.
like they did with Brian Roberts.
I think he was really hoping to go back to the Dodgers. Spending a summer in Milwaukee isn't as appealing.
Traded for Esteban Freakin' Loaiza. Thanks Gord Ash...
He was a perfectly good first baseman,
Exactly. Or rather, he'd have been plenty good enough at 1B when he was hitting .325; but he didn't do that every year.
Bruce Campbell mentions are always a pleasant surprise.
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