Wednesday, October 08, 2014

This is how you celebrate the birth of someone's child

Let's just say those guys at the Wheelhouse know how to properly acknowledge the birth of a child:


I hope this form of celebration continues in the future and extends to other life events.

[We have a "Gene Hackman salaries" label. That is awesome.]

16 comments:

zman said...

I can't believe no one did this when Kemba was born.

Greg said...

Lowe's. Let's build something together.

rob said...

we should begin doing this for each other's birthdays. paul mokeski shoutouts!

TR said...

I still don't get why Mokeski (and his bizarro hairline) and Sikma (and his perm) get so much love, while Poor Randy Breuer gets none. Unfair.

Greg said...

Whither Jeff Ruland

Mark said...

Greg Kite is sad.

TR said...

Breuer, Mo and Sikma were all on the Bucks at the same time (I think), which is why I made the reference. There is no shortage of white stiffs from the 80'snti mock. I just staunchly believe Breuer, with his balding head and gangly look are underappreciated, in terms of mockery potential. I think I even remember his number (45), which is sad, since I can't find my car keys most days.

Clarence said...

Rob doesn't remember I did this for his birthday one year about a decade ago on baseball-reference.com. Marty Barrett, I think.

TR said...

This is pretty fantastic:

http://thesportshernia.typepad.com/.shared/image.html?/photos/uncategorized/2007/04/06/paul_mokeski_sexiest_man_alive.jpg

rob said...

in my defense, i don't remember anything

Clarence said...

Also, you borrowed $500 from me. Kinda need it, buddy.

Greg said...

Anybody seen my keys? Camaro keys on a Kenny Loggins key-chain. Anybody?

Clarence said...

Squeaker, what do you think about eMusic basically dropping all of their mainstream stuff and going back to indie fringe?

Marls said...

http://www.barlouieamerica.com/rockthetot/?page_id=81

You know you want to, Teej.

T.J. said...

oh my

Dave said...

new aphex twin album!

new weezer album