From MSNBC.com:<br><br>Somewhere, Steve Bartman, the 26-year-old Cubs fan who knocked The Foul Fly Ball out of Moises Alouís glove in Game 6, may have sung, ďTake me out of the Midwest, take me far from the crowd. Buy me some airfare and fake ID. Iím real sure that Iíll never come back.Ē <br><br><br>
I really feel bad for the guy since getting his name published in the Chicago Sun Times. Since then, he has had his phone disconnected because of all the calls, he didn't go into work yesterday (and perhaps today as well). Also, from what I heard on the local news, I guess the tires on his car got slashed, someone threw a brick into his windshield, and who knows what else.<br><br>As much as a part of me wants to smack him upside the head, I really couldn't bring myself to do it because I'm sure if I was in the same situation, I would have done the same thing. Looking at the photo's of that catch, there were like 6-7 other people all reaching out for it as well. It just happened to be that he was the closest and knocked the ball. Hopefully, people will forget about this, let it blow over, and in a few weeks he will be able to get back to his normal life.<br><br>----<br>A computer without a Microsoft operating system is like a dog without bricks tied to its head.
---- Stupidity is like nuclear power. It can be used for good or evil.... and you don't want to get any on you.
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