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July 24, 2007

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Mary

Wow! I think that with each stupid thing Papelbon says, I like him more and more. If there was a show where he talked about the stupidest things in the world for an hour, I would totally watch, just because it's him!

mouse

That is a superb photo.

Texas Gal

Came over here to share the Nine Innings video - and come to find out you had the same thought as me... Papelbon desperately needs his own show.

At first I thought a weekly show. Then I thought a daily show- he could do 30 minutes a day, easy. Now I'm thinking he needs his own network.

beth

so psyched you're on top of the video clip once again. what do you use to get those vids? do you have capture software or something?

Texas Gal

I feel like I'm the crack dealer of the neighborhood- except, I'm dealing in Papelbon and Beckett.

Yep- I just use my TiVo and my Mac, and get these things out to the people. Need to spread the Gospel of the Hotties.

Kristin L.

Bless you both!

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