Knickerblogger for Your Ears (Mother’s Day Edition)

Did you call your Mother yet.

You didn’t?

What’s wrong with you? Get off of this infernal computation device immediately and call your Mom. Tell her you love her even if she drives you crazy for reasons you can’t even begin to fully explicate and every time you speak to her you end up reverting to a particularly petulant 16-year old version of yourself, rehashing ancient, perpetual, unsolvable battles that have no actual victor and just leave both parties feeling exhausted and overflowing with a profound sense regret. You know, Mother’s Day. (Don’t mention that last part, just say you love her.) Then you can come back here.

You’re done? Good. I’m sorry. I understand, really I do. Here’s a bit of mental floss. Listen to me babble with the uber-cool cats of The New York Knicks Podcast for 3600 seconds or so about the ‘Bockers, ruminating on a team that has seemingly been tilting at the same all-encompassing, superhuman windmills since I was 16 and has left all of us existentially drained and doubting the basic goodness of humanity/the meaning of it all.

And I mention hydraulic fracturing.

And say that I should be coach because I could give the team acting/flopping lessons.

Don Quixote ain’t got nuthin’ on Knick fans! Enjoy!

Episode 128: Season Wrap up with Robert Silverman.

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4 thoughts to “Knickerblogger for Your Ears (Mother’s Day Edition)”

  1. Watched a couple of minutes in the 2nd quarter and already the Heat are flopping in almost every other possession. The only difference is that they aren’t getting the benefit of the doubt from the officials. Looks like Vogel’s $15,000 penalty was worth it.

  2. C’mon, Chris Bosh, you couldn’t have injured your groin in game 1 of our series?

  3. LeBron was flopping around like a midfielder from Serie A out there. Whatever works I guess.

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