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June 12, 2007



I was at the game, too! Great game, perfect night.


Honing in on the one thing that really wasn't the intent of your blog...tipping. Last night I went to see Camelot at the theater in Ft. Lauderdale. Had dinner with a friend at a lovely restaurant, left my (new!) car with the valet there and walked to the show. Upon returning, there were three guys with three cars in front of us. As they gave their tickets, one gave $10 for the $6 charge and pocketed the change, one handed over six singles and the other took his change from a $20. I admired the restraint shown by the valet...and gave him a $10 and told him to keep the change. Not tipping is really, really low. And I would give the popcorn guy the buck as a tip, so he would actually come out ahead of the peanut guy. I remembered from my waitressing days that even priced drinks were the bane of my existence!!!


You do realize that by attending last night's game, you've given your approval of Interleague Play. ;)
Very cool that Varitek is a neighbor! My neck of the woods is famous for the Giambi brothers. I cringed while typing that.


I was thinking as I was watching on NESN last night that it was a perfect night to be at a game. Good for you! I do agree with Loren, though, on interleague play. It goes against the order of things, and Crash Davis would surely frown on it.


I actually enjoy the interleague play. I get a kick out of watching our Mariners pitchers trying to hit the ball (and sometimes doing a pretty good job at it). Plus, we get to watch them play teams we normally wouldn't ever be able to.

Audrey - Pinks & Blues Girls

GO RED SOX! Yeah! A fellow fan!! Love your blog... I found it on Blogher.org!! We're going to be taking our boys to some games this summer - very excited. My parents have season tickets and we are vying (along with my brothers and sister) for the Yankee tickets!
- Audrey
Pinks & Blues

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