Thursday, April 29, 2010

When You Think of the Cubs, Think WTF!

Bloggers in general, and Cubs bloggers in particular have been known to have some slightly crazy tendencies.  For instance, only Cubs bloggers would spend the better part of a week arguing amongst themselves whether Paul Sullivan should be calling Milton Bradley an idiot.  Normally, I would say that these people must have a lot of spare time in their lives, but my limited knowledge of some of these folks includes the fact that none that I know of are unemployed and living in their mothers' basements.  In fact, it seems like quite a few have pretty decent and time-consuming jobs and/or families.

So what possesses people with limited time and energy to write and debate about the Cubs of all things?  Craziness.  Not the bat-shit crazy psychosis like Milton Bradley, but more eccentric crazy, like Johnny Depp.

As evidence to prove the point, A League of Her Own's Cubbie Julie and And Counting...'s (and ACB and LOHO and probably more I can't think of right now) Adam Kellogg were part of a MST3K-style podcast with me during the Cubs first Spring Training game against the Sox, and after having the exposure to my inability to know the difference between Paul Konerko and Jordan Danks, they still want me to join them in a regular podcast during the season.  See?  Crazy.

Starting tomorrow at 1:30 PM (Central Time), we will bring you the first of (hopefully) many installations of Wrigley Talk Friday.  Just think of it as the WTF! podcast. So get ready for Cubs-themed hilarity of both the intentional and unintentional variety.

As soon as I have a link, I'll post it here, on Facebook, and via Twitter.


Here is the link.


summeguy said...

During the Cubs game?? That should be interesting.

Aisle 424 said...

Maybe we should try to time it so we are on when Judd Sirrott is broadcasting so people are more willing to listen to us.

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