Zorba the Geek wrote:In particular if he goes to another National League team, especially a team in the same division as the Cards. In that case, both Albert and that team will feel the full force of the evil eye.
gnome de blog wrote:We won't stoop to naming names here, but one division rival we know of is so mired in their own ineptitude that, should they sign Albert they will drag him down into the 102-year-old pit of their own mediocrity and frustration. The Evil Eye may not be necessary.
gnome de blog wrote:Belated congrats to the World Champion St. Louis Cardinals!
As for Luis, er, Albert Pujols, he's dead to us. An Angel. A Disneyland fucking Angel. To tell you the truth, I think he made up his mind to leave St. Louis a long time ago and the Cardinals held the door open for him. I don't think there's much love lost on either side in spite of the obligatory comments to the contrary in the press.
Zorba, Nick, any thoughts?
As for Aaron "Heartthrob" Hill, looks like he's a Snake for life.
Zorba the Geek wrote:When/if he [Albert Pujols] leaves St. Louis, however, then he'll be dead to me, and the evil eye will be called for. ;-)
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