quote:"I think that in retrospect I could have used a different tone, a different rhetoric," he said. Phrases such as "bring them on" or "dead or alive," he said, "indicated to people that I was, you know, not a man of peace."
That really made me laugh.
Thats what indicated that to people? How about when he declared on national TV that â€œIâ€™m a war presidentâ€?
Whether you're a fan of baseball or not, you'll love this. There's two videos. The top one is short and all you really need to watch, but the bottom one contains the full 8-minute at-bat and is well worth watching, too:
I read on a blog that by major-league baseball rules the umpires got it wrong. The pitcher has to pick an arm and stick with it through the entire at-bat. The batter can switch sides between pitches, but not after the pitcher is ready to pitch.
Love the previous clip, Dylan Moran is fantastic. Anyone who enjoyed that should track down more of his stand-up or the excellent sitcom Black Books, in which he stars.
Alternatively, anyone who's not previously encountered the sublime Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain really, really ought to check this out. It's a half hour show from Radio 4, hosted by Phil Jupitus.