|It's 10 o'clock. Do you know where your baseball is?
||[Mar. 18th, 2006|10:01 pm]
한국 사람이 아니다
|||||NOT the Korea-Japan game||]|
Why am I looking at unattractive and portly college men in bad outfits hugging each other til they fall over when I am supposed to be seeing handsome Team Korea kicking the also handsome Team Japan's ass?
I hate you. And I don't believe there really is a Deportes. I think you made it up to confuse us.
i know. i want this shit off my tv.
It's on now. GO KOREA.
...I believe in ESPN Deportes. Dunno if you could get it, but there IS a free preview that's been going on since the beginning of the WBC. It's on now and it is glorious.
...Carolina Guillen? 'Zat Spanish for "Lisa Guerrero"?
I don't see in in the guide, so I'm guessing Comcast is a non-believer.
Oh. Well, screw 'em. At least it's on now.
And I have to metaquotes
I apparently have no recollection of you saying this, even though I responded.
Are you talking about the sumo wrestling that was on TV earlier? That was some crazy fun stuff there. There was one match between this guy who looked like he was about 400 pounds of raw sumo, going up against this guy who couldn't have been more than 300, all muscle. They do the Sumo "pushing against eachother" thing briefly before the little guy just sorta slips out from under the big guy and shoves him face first into the mat. :*D
But yeah, I liked it better when I lived in Japan and they did the praying and throwing salt and stuff.
No...this was NCAA College Wrestling. One guy was wearing a flesh-toned uniform...I don't want to comment on school colours or anything, but a wrestler in a skin-colured outfit is just way too creepy.
Sumo wrestling is a lot more entertaining...I saw a little bit before the Cuba-DomRep game. there was one guy from the Netherlands I saw, which amused me endlessly for some reason.
Heh, when I lived in Japan, there were lots of Sumo Wrestlers from Hawaii. Of course, Hawaii has a huge Japanese-American population, so most of these guys looked just like all the Japanese wrestlers.