Big Pot of Chili

October 28, 2011 By: Juanita Jean Category: Uncategorized

A little cool front came through here yesterday so I’ve got a big pot of chili on the stove just waiting for the game tonight.

Watching the game last night was like watching Groundhog Day.

And for you non-baseball fans out there, let me just remind you that God does not take away from your allotted time on this earth any time spent at the ballpark.   Next best thing – a great series on the teevee or the radio.

Go Texans!

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16 Comments to “Big Pot of Chili”


  1. Sorry, but I can’t root for Texas.I was watching one of the games played there and I saw George duh-W in the seats.Since then I’ve been haunted with severe flashbacks.Go Cards!

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  2. –err, Rangers?

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  3. Not surprised………he’s from Waco.

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  4. Beth Fitzgerald says:

    It is a great series with two great teams. Ron Washington is the bomb!

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  5. I’m with you on Puma, PDiddie…he comes across like a self-righteous d-bag.

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  6. Made chili myself to celebrate the cool temps. Since there’s no Yanks or Sox, I have no one to root against. I’m pulling for the Cards but if it’s Texas I won’t cry.

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  7. Will the Beauty Shop close down for a day of mourning?

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  8. Fenway Fran says:

    I was pulling for the Texans. Felt like it was their turn. As a life long Red Sox fan (thru thick and thin so I take this year as a very thin) I cannot ever ever root for the Cards. Don’t particularly like Bird Teams anyway. But the Cards? And with an ex Evil Empire manager? nope. Third time’s the charm, Rangers! As we say in Boston, wait til next year!

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  9. As a long time, long suffering Ranger’s fan, I have to congratulate the St. Louis Cards for a remarkable, albeit hurt-so-bad win!! As proud as I am to be a Texan, I am just as proud to be a fan!!

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  10. So sorry.

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  11. @Fenway Fran: We say “wait ’til next year” in Texas, (a lot) also.
    Especially if we have Aggies in the family.

    Tony La Russa and Albert Pujols fell off my “most favorite” list, when they showed up at Glenn Beck’s party last year.

    I’m glad it’s over.

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  12. Squire Al says:

    I was a big time fan of the Rangers till GWB came aboard and the idiots in Arlington voted themselves a.025 cent sales tax to pay for his NEW BALLPARK, …Oh well, water under the bridge, but I wouldn’t buy a gallon of gas there if I had to push my car down the freeway to FW. Happy for the Cards.

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  13. Nan is a happy camper for her Cardinals. Congrats Nan and Tim!

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  14. Mah Fellow Murkuhn says:

    Regardless of the politics of individual players/managers/coaches/whatever, I can’t stop rooting for the Cards. I’ve been doing that since they were the only MLB team west of the Mississippi, as did my father and grandfather. I was conceived during the ’46 Series, when Musial kicked Boston’s butt, and was named for him. Johnny-come-lately teams like the Lastros and the former Washington Senators just don’t move me. Sorry. I grew up listening to Harry Caray and Jack Buck broadcast the Cardinals games on the radio, and I can’t abandon them now. I’ll root for the Cards as long as I live.

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