… two days early.
I COULDN’T wait to post this.
Here’s the scene; I’m at the computer waiting for the oven to beep telling me that the brownies are done, the girls are busy trying to move the huge box that the grill came in up to their room so they can turn it into a fort, and Mr. Chili is watching Pardon the Interruption on the TiVo.
“Babe!’ he yells, “you’ve GOTTA come in and see this!”
I come around the corner to see Tony and Mike telling us that the Washington Nationals baseball team sent out all their players in MISSPELLED UNIFORMS. Observe:
Tony was incensed; he wants someone fired over it. I think he’s right.
The question is, though, WHO gets fired? How many people saw these things before they went out (on television and in front of who knows how many spectators) on the field? Did the uniform company not catch it? How about the manager? One of the players? The number of times this could have (SHOULD HAVE!) been caught – and wasn’t – is boggling my imagination.