wrcstl wrote:Calling him Barry Bonds is too much of of a slap.
Robin Garr wrote:wrcstl wrote:Calling him Barry Bonds is too much of of a slap.
Sounds to me like you're letting dislike of Bonds shape your thinking here, Walt. Those who admire Bonds - and there are plenty of 'em, just not me - admire his power and would follow him anywhere, and point out, justifiably, that the guy IS the home run king. Or emperor. I don't think it's that much of a stretch, given that the subject is divisive and has both great fans and noisy foes.
of course, you might argue that a person can’t be worldly and have never heard of Parker
JC (NC) wrote: I'm not all that surprised about the women who had not heard of Parker.
A new expensive Napa cab in the store, not selling well, place writeup by Parker awarding 93 points with a fine review. It immediately starts to sell. I've gone through this routine too many times. That's the way it is, like it or not.
Call me spoiled