Friday, July 10, 2009

The War With PNC Is Over

Though some guerilla action and spurts of violence may still occur, the greater war with the Scranton Yankees has concluded. It mainly concluded when I woke up on Tuesday and realized that I really didn't care that much. It was further concluded when I found Mike Tyson's Punch Out online and have been playing non-stop. The outcome of the war is this: I would return to the Scranton area to have Yuengling with the locals, but never to visit PNC Park. PNC Park has been added to my ban list, which already boasts US Airways. I've also taken on rain dancing to ensure that PNC park is never used again, but I don't think my two-step is working. So, in conclusion, never visit PNC Park, but get some beer in Scranton. Also, if you're going to fly, don't use US Airways. It may cost you your life.

6 comments:

cheshirecat9 said...

You can walk away knowing you are a better man the PNC Park. Hold your head up high!
I believe that Scranton boasts the northern most Waffle House in the country. I have stopped there a few times. I like my hash browns capped, diced and covered.

Raven King said...

The war with PNC might be over but
it is time to wedge war against the evil Rally Monkey.
That sinister creature jinxed our Captain and made him drop the ball!

JWagg said...

What's the story with US Airways?

Raven King said...

Charging you a King's ransom for shipping your baggage?

Ruthie said...

Raven king, your too funny/ that rally monkey... original, but cotton eyed joe could kick his ass no contest!

Fred Trigger said...

thanks for taking up my first half of the day playing Mike Tysons Punchout. That brings back memories.