I live in Southern California. While there are many things I love and a few that I loathe about the area, its definitely different. One common sight never ceases to astonish me in its ludicrousness, and that is the surprisingly common appearance of a 45-year-old man on a skateboard. I don't know about anyone else, but it is just pretty damn silly in my mind.
Watching the game last night, I found myself cussing that oblivious boob who stole the foul ball from Teixeira (way to apologize for him Tom Grieve, there is such a thing as being too nice. And by the way Tom, I lost a little respect for you when you said Glengarry Glen Ross was one of the two worst movies ever ["Coffee is for closers] and your favorite movie was Hoosiers).
And that brings me to my point. In my humble opinion, there is something embarassingly wrong with a grown damn man carrying a baseball glove to a game. There is one exception: when you have brought your young son or daughter.
So, essentially, what I am asking is, am I alone in this thought? And as a side note, am I alone in thinking Glengarry Glen Ross is a classic?
What is your opinion about grown men and baseball gloves?
Never. If you can't catch it barehanded you might as well put on the skirt. (6 votes)
Its fine. Just part of the experience. (13 votes)
Only if he is with his kid. (4 votes)
23 total votes