Wednesday, May 31, 2006

White Sox Radio Drinking Game

Here's a fun one for you drunkards out there, and you know who you are -- Every time AM 670 ("The Score") play-by-play announcer Ed Farmer makes reference to his kidney transplant, that's one drink. And every time Ed makes a rambling patriotic statement, that's two. By 7th inning stretch, you won't be able to stand. Which is a good thing, from where I recline, cuz I prefer to stretch while lying down.

If you're keeping score for tonight's game, now underway, in the 2nd inning, Ed, during a digression about how he's dressed like Huey Lewis, said that he needs a new wardrobe, but does not need a new drug, because he has his autoimmune suppressors. So that's one drink.

And now, in the uhh I think 3rd inning (hard to keep track on radio), during a digression about actors-cum-politicians (heh), he threw out some praise for Ronald Reagan, opining that he did a lot of good things for this country. So that's two.


Play along, won't you?

POSTSCRIPT: Cubs fans, I would suggest taking a drink every time Ron Santo wails "AUUGGHHHH!!!" like a refugee from Charlie Brown's baseball team, but it would kill you.

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