Sox Fans, Shocked to Learn that Internet Can Track Website Addresses, Frantically Try to Delete Porn

Fire Lou Piniella! has White Sox fans hooked, as several seem to think that I actually spent time searching the internet looking for a quote used in a previous article.

Cmonstretch wrote:

Well looky here, Baines2866 got directly quoted on that blog.

Link

Does anyone else find it strange that this guy claims we have nothing better to do than search for all things cub? Yet he pulls a quote off a White Sox message board?

The Guiness guys were funny, yet it’s sad that no cub fan will ever get it.

Guys, guys, guys. The only reason I stumbled out of my comfortable world of Cubs self-hate onto your message board is because you linked to my site. I get a little report that has “REFERRERS” (you). I can click a little button that leads me to this link.

Just so you guys are aware of some other advances in technology, telephones allow you to communicate over long distances, light bulbs help you see in the dark, and wheels help cars move around.

So simple, even a Sox fan could use it.
Not amused.

As an olive branch offering, however, I have now linked to your site several times, making me your REFERRER. Truce?

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7 Responses to “Sox Fans, Shocked to Learn that Internet Can Track Website Addresses, Frantically Try to Delete Porn”


  1. 1 domer.mq January 9, 2007 at 4:07 pm

    I fail to see how a round piece of glass with some filament in the middle is going to make it easy to see in the dark.

    Also, favorite Geico lines: “It’s my mother. I’ll put it on speakerphone.” & “Guys, Jenny’s here. We’re getting back together.”

    Man, I wish the Geico Cavemen blogged.

  2. 2 badkermit January 9, 2007 at 4:10 pm

    “Man, I wish the Geico Cavemen blogged.”

    Make it happen, Q.

  3. 3 Wrigleyville January 9, 2007 at 4:20 pm

    Ditto on the two favorite Geico lines, though I liked the one on the game last night when he was on a news debate show. Forget what he said.

    Which makes this comment much less interesting. But nice to see you guys again.

  4. 4 badkermit January 9, 2007 at 4:22 pm

    Oh, the Sox fans over there are digging some delightfully deep holes out of which they will have to crawl if they ever come back here. They are adamant about the fact that I found their site before they found mine. God bless their cold, black hearts and their tiny, unevolved brains.

  5. 5 domer.mq January 9, 2007 at 4:52 pm

    Being A White Sox Fan: So Easy, A Caveman Could Do It.


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