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?