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May 02, 2005

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paul

I don't think it's just April in Boston - I think you've just described April everywhere. As excited as i get when the season finally does start, it takes me a few weeks to get into the rhythm of it, to get used to the everydayness of it all.

By the middle of May, I'm usually there, and I'd wager that once the weather stays nice you'll be there as well.

Boston Fan in Michigan

I think it took me a few days to get back into the season, during which I watched every single game that was on TV (I mean all teams) and burnt myself out for a weekend. Now I've settled into a normal holding pattern of obsession.

Maybe it's because I'm out of school already-- so far as I'm concerned, it's summer proper right now. It's just a matter of the weather catching up.

T

This year I've been having more fun following the rest of the league instead of the Red Sox. There are some great stories outside of Boston.

I think some of it has to do with winning the World Series, too. Even if they win this year, it won't be as exciting. It can't.

Edw.

Hemingway? Hemingway is your all-time favorite canonical author?

I'm stunned.

beth

um...are you being sarcastic?

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