Monday, September 12, 2005

Whats your pizza personality

Cheese Pizza

Traditional and comforting.

You focus on living a quality life.

You're not easily impressed with novelty.

Yet, you easily impress others.

Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Blogthings - What Mixed Drink Are You?

You Are a Martini

There's no other way to say it: you're a total lush.
You hold your liquor well, and you hold a lot of it!

Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Blogthings - You Are Best Described By...

You Are Best Described By...

Landscape With Butterflies

By Salvador Dali

Blogthings - Your French Name Is...

Your French Name Is

Valérie Beaudouin

Monday, July 11, 2005

All-Star Game goes on without Jeter

Now how do you have an All-Star game without him?!?

All-Star Game goes on without Jeter

"He's the face of baseball. If you're trying to promote the game in a positive way, he's supposed to be here," said Gary Sheffield. "He has All-Star numbers. What's happened to this game when Derek Jeter isn't here?"

"He's on that list of the best players in the game," said Johnny Damon. "Derek finally gets to have three days off, so he may be happy, but the All-Star Game is definitely strange without Derek Jeter."

Captain not at Midsummer Classic for second time since '97
By Mark Feinsand /

Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Jeter 2

Jeter 2
Originally uploaded by irishblueyes.
What an amazing photo of Derek JETER


Originally uploaded by irishblueyes.
I love love this picture of AROD

What Porn Magazine Should You Pose For?


You Should Pose For Playboy!

You're looking to hit the big with mansions and celebrities - and Playboy's your ticket baby!
You'll party with the hottest stars and become Hugh Hefner's favorite girl (or at least one of six).
As a Playboy bunny, you'll swim in the grotto and be the object of every guy's fantasy.
Playboy is very selective about who they let in, but you just might have what it takes.
Who knows? You may be stomping all over Pamela Anderson with your come-fuck-me platforms!
What Porn Magazine Would Kill to Have You On the Cover?

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Monday, March 14, 2005

Your Sexual Lucky Charm: Blue Moons

Your Sexual Lucky Charm: Blue Moons

You're a great lover - into satisfying your lover more than yourself.
But you don't like to initiate things, you rather lie back and be ravished.
And you've always got your lucky furry cuffs, incase your partner is feeling kinky.

What's Your Sexual Lucky Charm?

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Wednesday, January 12, 2005

Monday, January 10, 2005

Monday, January 3, 2005

AP Wire | 12/31/2004 | Tino Martinez Rejoins New York Yankees

TINO! TINO! TINO! AP Wire | 12/31/2004 | Tino Martinez Rejoins New York Yankees

Associated Press

NEW YORK - Tino Martinez is headed back to the Bronx.
The popular first baseman and the New York Yankees finalized a $3 million, one-year contract Friday, a deal that gives manager Joe Torre a familiar option if Jason Giambi's health problems keep him out of the lineup again.
Martinez, 37, played for New York from 1996-01, helping the Yankees win five AL pennants and four World Series titles. A close friend of Derek Jeter, Martinez hit .262 with 23 homers and 76 RBIs for Tampa Bay last season.
"The Florida Marlins probably were my other choice," Martinez said. "If the Yankees had any interest at all, whatsoever, it's where I wanted to be, where I wanted to finish my career."
Giambi, who replaced Martinez as New York's first baseman in 2002, missed much of last season because of a variety of illnesses, the most significant a benign tumor. He was ineffective at the plate when he returned late in the year, and New York did not include him on its postseason roster. Giambi, the 2000 AL MVP with Oakland, wound up hitting .208 with 12 homers and 40 RBIs.
During the offseason, the San Francisco Chronicle reported that Giambi told a federal grand jury in 2003 that he used steroids, and the Yankees have been investigating whether they can void his contract, which has $82 million and four years remaining.
"At this stage, we have not made any decisions on things like that," general manager Brian Cashman said. "I expect him to be in camp with us, 100 percent healthy and ready to contribute to the 2005 Yanks."
While no top Yankees officials have spoken with Giambi since the end of the season, he's been in contact with the medical and training staff.
"It is a strange situation," Martinez said. "I spoke to Joe Torre last night. He gave me a call. I told him I'm willing to do whatever role he wants me to be in."
Tony Clark and John Olerud, who played first base in Giambi's absence, both became free agents.
Martinez, a two-time All-Star, has 322 homers, 18th among active players, and he has played in 95 postseason games, fourth on the career list. He gets $2.75 million next season, and New York has a $3 million option for 2006 with a $250,000 buyout.
He signed a $21 million, three-year deal with St. Louis in December 2001, then was traded by the Cardinals to Tampa Bay in November 2003. The Devil Rays declined an $8 million option, allowing him to become a free agent.
Martinez said the Yankees will be the final team he plays for. New York hasn't won the World Series since Martinez left and Paul O'Neill and Scott Brosius retired.
"They've had great teams and have come up short a few times," Martinez said, "Maybe a few breaks here and there, they're world champions again."