I swear to fucking Christ I'm going to murder the MLB Network. I don't believe that I'm the only one having this problem, either. Every day, it takes approximately 15 minutes from the moment I wake up for "C'mon, C'mon" by the Von Bondies to be stuck in my head for the remainder of the day. Why? Because within the first 15 minutes of my day, the MLB network is invariably on and about 30 seconds after I put it on, I see an advertisement for "30 Clubs In 30 Days" (a show I have yet to watch, but am intrigued by), and that song comes on to advertise it. I guess it's the theme song or something. Anyway, it has the effect of making me crazy - because then I'm saying things like "Gonna take a shower, c'mon c'mon... gonna rub one out, c'mon c'mon..." ALL FUCKING DAY. It drives me absolutely fucking crazy. C'mon c'mon.
So I just actually watched part of 30 Clubs and 30 Days and it sparked a memory of another episode I tuned in to because they have the same segment. They have a segment called "Batting Stance Guy," who literally attempts to act out batting stances and swings of major league players on each team. It's one of the most absurd things I've ever seen. He's not even that good. I give him credit, he does seem to know a little bit about each hitter - but then again, he has a job on MLB Network doing this - and a website - so I guess you could expect some sort of professionalism out of him, unlike some hockey coverage I've seen recently. Come on, Come on. Fuck.