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Get Yer Christian Gomez Stickers

From a reader:


The stickers in question. This particular one actually traveled to Toronto.
Courtesy of an anonymous benefactor, a limited number of Christian Gomez Tiene un Posse stickers will be available to the public at no charge at this Saturday's Barra Brava tailgate, along with not one, not two, not three, but four kegs of beer, which will enable people to avail themselves of the "Alberto Gonzales defense:" "I recall having some stickers, and I acknowledge that the stickers ended up on public property, but I honestly have no recollection of sticking them on anything." (Note to the City of Toronto: that's our story, and we're sticking to it.)

That first one was a long sentence. Anyhow, I strictly endorse putting these stickers on innocent things like spiral notepads and sneaker boxes and the sweaty backs of your friends.

From a co-worker, who shall remain nameless:

Last year, the MLS declared that it would make every league game during the regular season available to local fans on television. So far, Kansas City soccer fans haven't exactly been responding with great enthusiasm....

For example, a May 5 Wizards game on Metro Sports posted no rating at all, meaning it had less than a 0.1, meaning anywhere from zero to 913 television households in Kansas City were tuned in.

Is it possible that less than zero households were actually tuned in? I feel confident that Blog Show, which airs Fridays on CSN's Washington Post Live, scores, at the very least, zero to 913 television households. Which means we're as popular as the K.C. Wizards, in other words. Plus our groupies are better.

By Dan Steinberg  |  May 24, 2007; 2:23 PM ET
Categories:  D.C. United  
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