I make a MEAN scrambled egg.
- The storyline doesn’t seem linear five episodes in. Like, while Kirito is clearly making progress towards the ultimate goal it doesn’t feel that way with each episode centering around side characters.
- Although death is allegedly real in the world of SAO, it still doesn’t feel as dramatic or even that big a deal.
- I feel like I’m watching .hack
- Kind of unrelated but I think Attack on Titan’s first five episodes hit me a LOT harder.
This is just amazing. I hate the Yankees but wow… Jeter is the best
In the year 2004, I was a young ten-year-old flipping through channels as I was trying to fall asleep. I came upon FOX’s rebroadcast of Game 4 of the American League Championship Series between the Yankees and Red Sox, which had taken place earlier that day. I wasn’t into baseball at all, and yet I knew the one person who was at bat – Derek Jeter. No matter how unfamiliar you are with a sport, there is always one athlete whose name that everyone, for some strange reason, knows. Much like Kobe Bryant and basketball or Tiger Woods and golf, I remember saying to myself, “So this is Derek Jeter.”
That’s what convinced me to stop flipping channels. Through watching that Game 4, I learned the context of the game – how the Yankees were up three games to none and how no one in the history of the sport had come back from a 3-0 deficit. We all know how that game and eventually the series turned out, and as a first time spectator with no bias or horse in the race, I had fallen in love with baseball.
Like any non-New York-based baseball fan, I eventually grew to hate the Yankees but I have always had a soft spot for The Captain, the man who gets all the credit for capturing my attention and leaving me enthralled with his sport. All the RE2PECT in the world goes out to you, Derek Jeter. Enjoy the second half of the season, and more importantly, your farewell tour.
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A swing, a sprint and a fist pump. Mike Trout sends the Angels to victory.