Monday, April 03, 2006

the most wonderful time of the year

It's that time again, folks.

Baseball season.

And for us Cubs fans, it's the time of the year when we have that twinkle of hope in our eyes - the hope that maybe, just maybe, next year is this year; the year when it all suddenly goes right, and ends with a championship banner hung at Wrigley.

Meanwhile, I'm stuck in class without an subscription, meaning that I'm going to be glued to my live stats/score update. (It's way more fun to actually watch the games on the laptop in class.) I used to skip class for this in undergrad, but I'm in "law school", and I "need" to attend class.

Opening Day should be a national holiday for this very reason.

Side note: Apparently, there are still tickets left for Saturday's game at Wrigley vs. St. Louis. I also have an oral argument that day, and it only counts for about 2-3% of my grade. Just how bad would it be, exactly, for me to just blow off the oral argument and go down to Chicago to watch the game (and see John Cusack throw out the first pitch)?


At 5:36 PM, Blogger T. House Cat said...

If John Cusak is somehow involved, I say do it. Oral arguments suck anyway.


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