A vagabond who's made his home in the Pacific Northwest.
“I suppose it’s possible this is part of some other, thematically different Under Armour ad that was mostly left on the cutting-room floor. But I’m putting it at even-money that Bryce Harper actually powerlifts shirtless in the dark wearing glow-in-the-dark neon-green socks, and insisted Under Armour show him as such in the commercial.”
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that’s some clown workout gear, bro.
Charlie Pierce tears a piece in Tucker Carlson’s vanity project trying to link Bryce Harper to conservatism a new one.
Do not run on Rick Ankiel.
My mother ran on Rick Ankiel’s arm once.
This non-double play event is more exciting than anything we saw in person on Friday night.
That being said, holy balls that’s a throw.
Now I get it. 90 feet to home plate was just too short of a distance.
His arm wanted to be a cannon all along.