April 22, 2009

G14: Red Sox 10, Twins 1 (7, rain)

Twins   - 000 010 0  -  1  5  0
Red Sox - 222 000 4 - 10 14 2
4:10 PM: It's a final!

2:45 PM: Rain Delay with Red Sox batting in bottom of the 7th.


***

1st: Ortiz two-out single, Youkilis two-run homer to right.

2nd: Kottaras one-out walk, Green two-run homer to left.

3rd: Drew one-out double, Lowell two-run homer to left.

6th: Reliever Morillo allowed a double high off the Wall to Ortiz, then walked Youkilis, Drew and Bay. Dickey came in and Lowell singled, Kottaras hit a sac fly and Nick Green doubled. Then out came the tarp.

Wakefield: 7-5-1-1-4, 101.

Drew has walked, singled, and doubled twice.

***

Scott Baker (13.50, 34 ERA+) / Tim Wakefield (3.00, 172 ERA+)

Game 1 of a Day-Night Doubleheader!

Last Wednesday, in his only start so far this season (he missed his first start with right shoulder stiffness), Baker lasted a mere four innings against Toronto, giving up four dongs and six runs. Last July 7, Baker pitched seven shutout innings against the Red Sox, but the Twins lost that game 1-0.

***

Julio Lugo will rehab with Pawtucket at least until Sunday. Ian Browne speculates that Lugo could return to the lineup for Monday's game in Cleveland.

Daisuke Matsuzaka threw from 60 feet yesterday. Terry Francona said the issue "is not the strength on an exam, but the durability of the strength, which is kind of what can happen when you ramp up too soon". Dice will do the same routine today, then take Thursday off.

(The Washington Natinals?)

Dave Roberts had been scheduled to throw out the first pitch last night. He may be doing some studio work for NESN later this season.
Of all the places I went, this is the place where I spent the least amount of time, but, obviously, the magnitude of that stolen base and what was accomplished, the byproduct of that stolen base, obviously, has defined my career. That's a huge moment and a great honor. I get asked every day, "Do I get tired of hearing about the steal and reversing the curse?" Absolutely not.


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Jeremy said...

I swear every time I see that picture of Roberts, what seems like 8 feet from 2nd, I get tears in my eyes.

It was interesting to hear his comments. Also doubly interesting to see he might be doing some work for NESN. Good to hear!

James said...

I still can't believe he was safe. Incredible.

redsock said...

Especially after almost getting picked off on the third throw over. I'm sure we can all see that ground-level camera angle from behind first and that "oooooooooooooooh" face he made.

L-girl said...

A thing of beauty.

Amy said...

A day game! I am "working at home" today since I have a night class and will miss tonight's game. But at least I can watch some of this one.

We will be at Fenway on Saturday---I am definitely psyched.

Amy said...

OTT---Wake off to another good start, I hope.

L-girl said...

I am working at home without the quotes. But taking time off for the game. I'm out every Weds night and I can't miss two games in one day!

Amy said...

I was working up til 12:30, but am now just watching the game.

Amy said...

Francona is 50 today.

Amy said...

Papi's new swing seems to be working!

Amy said...

YOUK!! TWO RUN DONG!

Jere said...

Dong!!!! Rare Pesky dong for Youuuuk

L-girl said...

Sweaty Dong!!!

And Papi on the return, I think. Nice.

L-girl said...

Oh Amy, going to the game on Saturday, nice. With whom?

Jere said...

drewble

Amy said...

ON FIRE! Keep those hits coming!

redsock said...

two-out fun

L-girl said...

Drewble - very nice! I was going to write JDouble, but yours is much better.

Jere said...

thanks.

I'm going to the next four games after this one so I won't see you all again until Monday....

L-girl said...

4 games, cool.

Amy said...

Harvey, my brother (who is flying to Boston from DC), and my brother's good friend Adine who is a die hard Yankee fan and travels to Boston and Baltimore and many other places to see the Yankees play, as well as going to as many games at Yankee Stadium as she can during the year (she has season's tickets). She and I sit with Harvey and my brother in between so we don't strangle each other! (Harvey is glad to have a NYY fan to sit with; Ira could care less and says he only cares which players are cutest.)

L-girl said...

That sounds interesting!

"Ira could care less and says he only cares which players are cutest."

I have a bunch of male friends who feel that way - some of whom occasionally go to games, and that's all they talk about!

Jere said...

Guys who like guys, guys named Harvey...it's like I'm still watching Milk! By the way, holy crap that movie was sad, I knew the whole story already.

Amy said...

Ira is sort of a Mets fan, but mostly doesn't care for baseball. He does enjoy watching tennis though. Otherwise, sports are not his thing.

Amy said...

Just to be clear, Harvey does not particularly care how cute the players are!

I thought that movie was very well done and well acted. And yes, very sad.

How many pitches so far for Wakefield?

redsock said...

wake: 10 + 15

Amy said...

Thanks, Allan. It seemed like there were fewer pitches than ten in the first, but I was not counting.

redsock said...

NESN comes back too late and DO is reading the ads on the screen as the game is on. Amateur hour at NESN.

L-girl said...

Milk was sad, but I also found it inspiring and uplifting. I like stories of personal courage and tenacity.

Sean Penn was amazing as always. He is one of my fave actors - I've also really liked the movies he's directed.

Jere said...

"Milk was sad, but I also found it inspiring and uplifting."

Agreed!

L-girl said...

I was surprised to see in the last thread someone say he was one of the few people to see the Milk documentary. It was pretty popular for an indie doc.

L-girl said...

walque

Amy said...

Sean Penn has been in some of the most memorable movies. You know he has made it on his talent because he certainly does not have the typical Hollywood pretty book looks.

And yes, it was inspiring. I could not help wondering where the gay rights movement would be if he had not been killed and if so many others had not been killed by AIDS shortly after Milk's assassination. But with CT, VT and Iowa joining MA on same sex marriage, things are definitely moving forward---finally.

Amy said...

A GREEN over the GREEN Monster!

L-girl said...

GREEN DONG!!!!

Jere said...

That was me--I think mainstream-wise it wasn't very popular, but I have no idea. For me, if I hadn't happen to come across it on A&E, I wouldn't have heard of it.

Green dong, NESN camera clueless

L-girl said...

The AIDS slaughter certainly pushed the movement forward, but it would have happened anyway. People can only be denied rights for so long before they demand more.

* * *

Keep those hits coming! (That's my boy!)

Jere said...

I hear Kazoo guy again--makes sense, his 10-game plan game was last night, made up today, and mine is tonight.

redsock said...

NESN clueless -- yeah because no one EVER hits a ball over that wall.

L-girl said...

Jere, that was you? I thought it was James.

I don't know what's popular in the mainstream. I just know it was a popular in the indie doc world.

Amy said...

That should have said pretty BOY looks in my comment about Sean Penn. Hard to type and watch all this action.

LBJ making it around those bases. Mr. Speedy!

L-girl said...

wheels

Jere said...

Hey, if they play tonight, look for me on the Monster--I have a SRO but I'll definitely try to sit in the front row for as long as I can.

redsock said...

Wear something distinctive.

Like a balloon animal on your head.

Jere said...

Don said first hit for Minn, was Green's play changed to an E?

redsock said...

i thought it was always an E

Ish said...

First Wakefield start at Fenway, right?

I love watching the knuckler with this CF camera.

Jere said...

I thought after that inning it showed them as having a hit. But, you're right, on that last play I saw the Monster scoreboard and it showed 1 hit for them now.

Jere said...

He could've gotten out of the way of that.

Jere said...

very nice play by Youk, two stranded, nice.

redsock said...

i was booing him to. i guess turning his back constitutes an effort. not that umps would say no hbp anyway,

L-girl said...

Had to take a break from threading to eat lunch.

I see the Canadians are taking over today, with Morneaux around too.

Amy said...

Two doubles for Drew!

L-girl said...

another drewble! the man is...

Ish said...

I just had lunch, too. Pastrami with fresh mozzarella and baby spinach on whole wheat potato bread. Good stuff. Some jalapeno chili blue potato chips as well.

I used to think all that food was weird! Especially any dark chips.

Jere said...

AsDrewble Cabrera

L-girl said...

trap!

Amy said...

Nice catch...too bad.

Ish said...

What a catch! Too bad it was made by a gray uniform. Wow.

Amy said...

Ish, you are making me hungry!

DOCTOR!! SIX RUNS!

L-girl said...

DOCTOR DONG!

Amy said...

Did you make that sandwich, Ish, or buy it somewhere? It sounds good!

redsock said...

HOUSE CALL!

Ish said...

Doctor fulfilling many fantasies by showing his dong in the office!

L-girl said...

I just had peanut butter and an apple. Great crisp juicy apple and peanuts-only crunchy pb.

Then I let Tala lick the spoon from the pb. When she sees the peanut butter jar, she follows me and waits.

Ish said...

Did you make that sandwich, Ish, or buy it somewhere? It sounds good!Made it. :>)

L-girl said...

Ish LOL

(and the sandwich did sound delish)

Jere said...

Baker halfway to a dozen.

redsock said...

I thought Tim hacked Ish's account.

Ish said...

I love crunchy peanut butter. I bought some the other day - It's nice to read the ingredients list and see: Roasted peanuts, Salt.

L-girl said...

Once again, I would like to extend my personal and sincere I TOLD YOU SOs to all the early-season panickers.

L-girl said...

I don't mean any of you.

Amy said...

Peanut butter is ok for dogs? Live and learn.

I just learned that cats are lactose intolerant. Our cats go crazy when we have ice cream, so I looked up whether it was safe to give them some. Apparently not a good idea.

L-girl said...

Ish, same here. Or on the rare occasions we have chips in the house, buying a brand that is only: potatoes, canola oil, salt.

We go thru quite a bit of this pb in our house.

Ish said...

I just learned that cats are lactose intolerant. Our cats go crazy when we have ice cream, so I looked up whether it was safe to give them some. Apparently not a good idea. • My mother tells me every time she has yogurt, cottage cheese, or whipped cream the cats follow her everywhere.

L, I could have also gone with "Scott Baker went to the Doctor's and comes out scarred for life."

Jere said...

how could cats be lactose intolerant? They drink their mothers' milk--do you mean just some cats?

Ish said...

Maybe they're cowtose intolerant?

L-girl said...

Amy, check out Frosty Paws. Frozen treats for dogs and cats. Google them, Cassie will never stop thanking you.

PB is fine for dogs.

How can cats be lactose intolerant? Does their mother's milk not have lactose?

Amy said...

Jere, cat milk is not the same as cow's milk. The lactose is in cow's milk. Not much ice cream made from cat milk! :)

Apparently they get diarrhea. And too much can get them very sick. I doubt a lick off a spoon would be terrible for them though.

Amy said...

Also, the problem is with adult cats, not kittens. So it must be something that comes as they mature.

I know lots of human animals that grow into lactose intolerance as well.

BTW, this is from the internet, not an actual veterinarian.

L-girl said...

Dogs also cannot have much cow-derived dairy. They can't digest it well. But I don't know if it's b/c of lactose.

Also, kittens and puppies may be different than cats and dogs. It could be they can digest their mother's milk when they're little, then their systems change and they can't digest milk anymore. Mammals can be like that.

Ish said...

I'm having quite a food revolution myself this past year, and especially recently after reading a book called, "Eat This, Not That!" (link) which was very helpful. So now I'm trying some new foods here and there, reading ingredients and nutrition labels some more. I'd like to eat better so I can continue losing weight.

Kottaras catches them all except a curve, ironically.

L-girl said...

We all keep thinking alike. :)

L-girl said...

Ish, if you haven't already, you might want to read Michael Pollan's In Defense of Food.

Jere said...

Did you find it out at WebVMD? That's a joke. Unless it really does exist.

L-girl said...

"Scott Baker went to the Doctor's and comes out scarred for life."

Funny, but not as LOL-funny as what you posted.

Kevin said...

Just checking in quick, very nice game we have going here. Three two-run homers in the first three innings? Where was THIS team for the first week of the season?

Amy said...

DP! Phew...

Frosty Paws look intriguing. We have to be very careful with Cassie's stomach though. She tends to get an upset stomach from things other dogs love---like rawhide, greenies, etc. We recently spent $620 on her after a bout of pancreatitis from something she ate outside.

redsock said...

who gets the dong this inning? i call fy.

Ish said...

L, I haven't read it yet but I'll look into it. Thanks for the tip!

It's funny to look at the foods I've eaten so many times growing up, or the different foods my mother might eat and not so much lament about how bad they are or the periodic table in the ingredients list but mostly that there are different brands or slightly different foods that are genuine and honest with a short ingredients list.

L-girl said...

Frosty Paws, frozen treats for dogs

Jere said...

MOrris

Ish said...

I say Flo. FY will reach and Papi will wrap one around Pesky's pole for the two run dong.

redsock said...

my first thought was gladden

Jere said...

I say Ellsbury hits a dong over the bullpens

Jere said...

gladden came to mind for me too--87, but then they had 91 so...

Amy said...

No WebVMD but lots of sites like it!

LBJ has one dirty jersey from all those SBs.

L-girl said...

Tala is the same way, we have to be very careful. And Buster had IBD, almost died from it before it was properly diagnosed, so we are very familiar with the special diets and the careful digestive systems.

L-girl said...

Don, about woman with foam puck hat: Good-looking lid.

L: I disagree.

Jere said...

Note to Remy--not unprecedented. Cleveland also only came to Fenway for two games in a season. Maybe 2 years ago.

Ish said...

Kurt Suzuki hits a three-run dong off Sabathia... 3-0 OAK

L-girl said...

Fuckyeahingle

Amy said...

So it will have to be a Papi two run dong.

Ish said...

I wonder if a team had one trip to a park in a season and played the only games in the series in one day.

L-girl said...

Plus it's the AL Central, we never see them anymore. Stupid interleague, grumble grumble

Ish said...

Even Papi's fouls are going the other way.

Ish said...

Damn. No Papi two-run dong.

Jere said...

Dream = dead. For 2s, and the normal dream.

redsock said...

i always liked that suzuki chap.

Ish said...

L, I took a crack at realigning the divisions into an east and western conference type layout that, in my little world would go with all of MLB using the DH. Right now the AL West had four teams and the NL Central has three teams. My divisions have three in the east, three in the west, with five teams in each division.

And no oddly placed teams like Texas being AL West or the Nashville Predators and Columbus Blue Jackets of the NHL being in the Western conference.

It's interesting but something like that would never happen.

Ish said...

Word is the Suzuki dong was reviewed with replay. Call stands.

Ish said...

I just re-read my divisions blurb and meant NL Central has six team. My bad.

Jere said...

I was wrong--it was us going TO Cleve only twice in a season. 2008. So this could be the first time a team only played two scheduled games at Fenway in a season.

Ish said...

Jon Rish, to Castig: "Joe, have you ever said 'giddy-up' to anyone before?"

Castig: "Not since I watched The Lone Ranger."

I'll always think of Kramer on Seinfeld.

Jere said...

Radar showing Boston about to get rocked with rain.

Ish said...

Matsui and Milk Dud hit dongs. 3-2 OAK.

Jere said...

Shemp and Lactose Intolerant Melk-Cat back to back dongs.

Jere said...

yes Don, he got a piece of it

Ish said...

The second base umpire has not been making visual calls this game. Odd. No signal for LBJ's steal either.

redsock said...

August 26, 1977
Remy dong off Morris

Ish said...

They might be able to play through the rain for a little bit when it arrives.

Getting darker at Fenway it looks like.

Amy said...

That wasn't pretty.

Jere, that explains why all those people started to put on their sweatshirts. Must be getting a bit chilly as the sun disappears.

No rain here today though, so it must be coming in from the east?

Shit. Wake not in control here.

redsock said...

Remy's 7 dongs

Jere said...

I'm just worried about game 2--am I gonna have to drive up there for nothing...

Amy said...

Good thing that went foul.

Jere said...

It's coming from the south-it's weird, Providence is in a giant pocket of no rain so I haven't seen anything either, but everybody's about to get it. And the forecast shows rain for tonight too.

Ish said...

Plymouth "light drizzle" and Chatham "light rain"

Temps look strange today. 48° Salisbury, MD... 53° New York, 58° Boston, 64° Portsmouth NH, and about 80 miles north of Boston in Sanford, Maine, it's 68°.

Bridgeport also having light rain.

It shouldn't be a huge issue.

Jere said...

This one's official!

Amy said...

Lovely pop ups.

L-girl said...

Not bad, minimum of damage.

tim said...

Dammit, I'm late for the 12:30 departure of the fuck train.

Amy said...

So if tonight is rained out, will the Twins return to Boston, or do we play the extra game in MN?

redsock said...

play on thursday, i assume

Ish said...

Radar I'm looking at shows light drizzle over Providence, but a pocket where it's not raining is between Newport and New Bedford and is rotating up to Boston.

L-girl said...

Ish, the Atlanta Braves used to be in the West. Even stranger than Texas.

Jere said...

I just watched the A's dong. Was borderline, but still, hilarious that Yankee fans reached out and caught it, maybe Damon would've had a chance. The empty seats booed the hell out of the guy.

L-girl said...

Tim, but not too late to tell us what you had for lunch. Ish and I have already reported.

Jere said...

I've seen this Morneau interview like 10 times.

Ish said...

Both teams have a day off tomorrow so the Twins would stick around and they'd play here tomorrow.

L-girl said...

Drewingle!

Amy said...

Drew really is on fire!

Jere said...

Amy--very rare to switch parks for a game--they do share a common off-day tomorrow. If they didn't, they'd try to find another common one later in the year for the Twins to come back.

redsock said...

weei will rip drew for getting only a single.

Ish said...

Amy--very rare to switch parks for a game--they do share a common off-day tomorrow. If they didn't, they'd try to find another common one later in the year for the Twins to come back.I remember - think it was 2007 - The four-game series in Cleveland that was snowed out against Minnesota. I think they had to play in Milwaukee and then finish a game or two in Seattle with Cleveland being the home team.

Ish said...

Raining at Fenway.

tim said...

hahaha, i was just catching up on the thread and saw that. ish's sounded amazing. as did yours, L, but i'm not that into PB.

nothing much doing for food here, i slept for 11 hours and am still groggy for some reason. got up at 11, had some coffee then a banana/strawberry/pineapple/OJ smoothie in the magic bullet. i am considering getting some tofu going though.

redsock said...

millared it

Ish said...

My divisions, L, would be: TOR/BOS/NYY/NYM/PHI... BAL/WSH/ATL/TB/FLA... CLE/PIT/DET/CIN/STL for the East.

CHC/CWS/MIN/MIL/KC... HOU/TEX/COL/ARI/SD... LAA/LAD/SF/OAK/SEA for the west.

Amy said...

Oh, I kept thinking tomorrow was Friday so that tomorrow was not an option to make up the game. :( Only Wednesday today.

Ish said...

Tim is the magic bullet any good?

tim said...

and MAN am I looking forward to this weekend!

exam tonight, exam friday morning at 9 then I'm done this term of school --- then temps in the 70s and sun!

Jere said...

4-2 A's

Ish said...

For a while this week Boston had four straight 80°+ days, Saturday through Tuesday which is extremely rare here for April. Now it looks like 80+ Sat/Sun, then 70s Mon/Tue. STILL! I can't wait. That includes 70s on Friday as well.

L-girl said...

Tim, good luck and enjoy. How many more years or semesters do you have left?

Amy said...

Ish, I like your divisions. Not going to happen, of course, but it would make sense geographicially, though perhaps not in other terms like financial and talent balance.

DOCTOR DOUBLES!

L-girl said...

ddouble!

tim said...

Today was my first good experience with the magic bullet - its good if you want to puree the hell out of stuff (i.e. my smoothie, guacamole etc) but i tried to use it to chop onions/garlic before and it was a bad experience. Also, it comes with these little O-rings that i put in the wrong area so the spinny thing wasn't making good contact with the blades, found that out today and corrected the problem. I only have the "express" version though - has less cups/blades etc. than the full version.

Jere said...

Yeah, I couldn't believe my eyes--having tix to every game of a weekend Yankee series in April, two night games, and seeing minimum 70 degrees for those exact three days!

L-girl said...

it is just PAINFUL to watch lowell try to run

Jere said...

In this fitness equipment ad, everyone's wearing jeans on the machines!

tim said...

School in the summer to get my degree, then one final semester in the fall to do the accounting add-on classes, required for the C.A.

NESN: "Lowell still not running well" - was he ever??? But yeah, that did hurt to watch.

Amy said...

What courses are you taking, Tim? Though I generally wish I were taking courses instead of teaching them, at this time of year I am glad not to be taking exams. Grading them is bad enough.

tim said...

it is just PAINFUL to watch lowell try to runDITTO!

L-girl said...

When Kottaras makes an out, is it an ouout? Or maybe an oot.

Jere said...

Craig Breslow, born in the same county as me. Did not go to the same college (Yale) as me.

Amy said...

Jere, where are you sitting on Saturday? I don't know where our tickets are since my brother's friend got them from one of her patients (she's a pediatrician). Apparently the patient has season's tix to Fenway even though he lives in NYC.

L-girl said...

"School in the summer to get my degree, then one final semester in the fall to do the accounting add-on classes, required for the C.A."

You're in the home stretch.

tim said...

Amy, I'm getting my business degree, but now most of the courses are accounting stuff since I'm going for my C.A. after grad (US equivalent is the CPA)

I hear you on the grading thing - I can't fathom how people can do that!

tim said...

OK, games official, rain it out now so I can go back to study.

Jere said...

Amy, I'll be in the bleachers.

L-girl said...

The teachers I know are always complaining about grading.

Except for Amy, she does not.

Amy said...

Tim, sounds good. Congrats on being almost done!

And grading is a drag. I like to say that I teach for free and get paid to grade.

Ish said...

Amy, I agree with you. I wonder what the travel would be like compared with the current schedules. I also wonder how the schedule would look as well.

The way I worked it out, if the schedule remained the same but with the realigned teams, the Red Sox would be playing the Marlins in this two-game series before playing the Yankees.

Instead of a west-coast trip they'd be going to Cleveland and Pittsburgh rather than Anaheim and Oakland.

So it'd need to be tweaked. But the current system of scheduling would mean there'd be a west coast trip once every three years. This year "interleague" games would be Cubs, White Sox, Twins and Brewers instead of NL East teams.

In my little world it'd work out so there'd be a series against every team. Maybe alternate each year whether it's home or away or something.

L-girl said...

man, wake is amazing lately.

redsock said...

Wakefield. Ace.

tim said...

You've put far too much thought into this, ish :P

L-girl said...

ish for comish?

Jere said...

Yanks tie it at 4

Ish said...

You've put far too much thought into this, ish :P • I go back to a quote from George Carlin: "These are the things I think about when I'm sitting at home and the power goes out."

tim said...

Wake dominating, I love it.

And yeah, I'm looking forward to being done school, but also sad its over, its been good. Summer should be great though, with the softball league and 2 days of classes per week, haha.

Jere said...

Actually, Breslow born in a different county, but grew up in mine.

redsock said...

I'd love a division with the Sox, MFY and Stems. Even if we aren't still in New York.

tim said...

hahahaha yes! one of my favorite carlin lines.

Jere said...

already saw it, Heidi

redsock said...

who was the 9 year old that was fy's body double?

tim said...

I want to see this FY commercial, bahahahahahaha

L-girl said...

lbjingle

Ish said...

It's fairly easy to decide who you'd play instead, though. Make a list of the teams and number them (organize them by division) and then make a list of the teams by the new divisions and match the numbers. Twins being team #10 currently. Marlins being team #10 in the new format.

Ellsbury almost legged out that pick-off/CS.

L-girl said...

aw fuck

tim said...

lbjfail.

Jere said...

We're just assuming we can outsmart the Yale kid. Terrible job.

Jere said...

Ponce de Castig-Leon, I love it!

L-girl said...

REmy's turning into Rizzuto today. "Something about 1951, I don't know."

tim said...

I love the copious amount of cow videos being shown between pitches.

Ish said...

I'd love a division with the Sox, MFY and Stems. Even if we aren't still in New York.That's definitely how you'd sell it. Yes, yes the Yankees and Mets play 6 games head to head annually anyways, but what if they played 12 or more, and were fighting with each other for a playoff spot?

Not to mention the other "natural rivals"... like Chicago, LA and SF. It'd be pretty neat to see that.

Ish said...

REmy's turning into Rizzuto today. "Something about 1951, I don't know."That and the cows! LOL.

L-girl said...

"I'd love a division with the Sox, MFY and Stems. Even if we aren't still in New York."

me too!

Amy said...

Ish, I am lost! You must have a brain that works like Excel to figure all this out. Or maybe you were using some kind of program?

I certainly can see the fun in thinking about this stuff. It will keep your brain flexible and young, like doing a crossword puzzle. Of course, you are young so probably not too worried about that yet!

Ish said...

Amy I was using Excel actually. Makes it a LOT easier. :>)

tim said...

Rollin!

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