Skip to comments.Jeff Godron destroys Take Me Out To The Ballgame
Posted on 05/24/2005 7:45:41 PM PDT by buckeyesrule
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I don't care, I still love him and all that NASCAR stuff.
Pre-game interview: Gordon said he was scared to death to be singing.
Maybe hsi bebeer was badly stnued. I'm sereis!
Then there's this one...
Three elderly women go to their first ever baseball game accompanied by a bottle of good old Jack Daniels. As the game progresses, the girls imbibe. Suddenly, one of them notices that their refreshment of choice is gone...bottle's empty. So in what inning did this occur and how many men were on base?
Bottom of the fifth and the bags are loaded ?.......:o)
Yes, I saw it (and the fans booing!) but it was no worse than the Houston bullpen stealing another win from Roger Clemens.
If you say so.
Yeah...I saw it...he murderized it...perhaps worse than "Da Coach DitcKa" started out way too high in the key of M sharp and then went too fast...it was horrible I tell you, horrible...he should stick to the safe stuff on the track!
At least the Cubbies won their third game in a row!
You need to join the Freeper Freepun' Ping List.
Let me know if you want to suffer like you have made others suffer with that stinker.
can somebody post a clip?
Your personal experiences, "coming out" again.
Nope. Personal friends who were witnesses to his "marital misconduct" and no longer employed in the NASCAR industry.
Sang sung bleh, everybody know one.
I used to love when Godron would fight Godzilla
If this is hugh, it could be series!
Gordon got into trouble with the fans before he even started singing. As he addressed the fans, he referred to the venue as "Wrigley Stadium" instead of Wrigley Field. The booing started immediately.
Really? I wasn't aware of any crew chiefs who were "opposite sex". Are you saying Gordon is a female?
you for got to add spilling his beer onto the lower decks
You continue to beat around the bush.
Instead of posting your backhanded snippets come out with it all!
PUT UP OR SHUT UP!
Here ya go ;^)
Is Jeff a pticher or a ctacher?
Should get Leslie Nielsen next time.
I think it has been commonly known in the Charlotte area for years. Go do your research.
No account has to who was involved?
Nothing but nothing, from a bunch of your so called former NASCAR insiders who won't put their names to their own words?
Can you say COWARDS!
Nothing like Advance Auto counter guys who feeding you all this info !
This is the challenge (again): PUT UP SOMETHING FACTUAL or SHUT UP!
I'm not going to give details on what I have been told. Go find the people that I did, and find out for yourself.
a friend of mine was telling me about how she hung out with him in some club in charlotte a few days back. Said he was with some chick.
Major faux pas.
Sacreledge to most die-hard Cub fans.
Ha ha...all the best rumors start with "I THINK or I HEARD"...
Jeff's a FOUR TIME Champion and is likely to be second on the all time winning list by the end of the year.
Yeah, I cringed big time with that one...chalk it up to NOT PAYING ATTENTION to details...the Cub staff didn't rehearse him at all, but Jeff had the full responsibility of singing it for better or just plain fouling it up!...Stick to driving 24!!
"By the way, Cubs win!! Cubs win!!"
BFD, probably the last time this month...White Sox Fan.
P.S. Anybody who calls the Cubs, "Cubbies," probably was not born in Chicago. Transplant.
From "The History of Beer and Brewing in Chicago, Volume II by Bob Skilnik...
"Even local media advertising suffered. With a declining market share in Chicago hovering around twenty percent, Heileman hired Jerry Della Femina who was considered a bit of an innovative maverick in the advertising business. With his agency headquartered in Manhattan in New York, Della Femina, however, seemed to be somewhat out of touch with Chicago, including its sports history.
At the 1990 All-Star baseball game held at the Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field, at the time with its outfield walls covered in summer ivy splendor, the ad executive, who was seated in the parks Old Style hospitality suite, turned and commented to a group of fellow executives. Isnt Comiskey Park wonderful? he said, referring to the American League rival park of the Chicago White Sox on the South Side of Chicago.
Nothing like knowing your target audience."
"Jeff isn't endorsing George Bush, he's not endorsing John Kerry; he's not endorsing Ralph Nader," said his spokesman, John Edwards, who isn't related to Kerry's running mate. "It's a personal thing."
A quick poll of the garage area last weekend resulted in some dramatic figures for the president. Of the 31 drivers asked, 30 said they were voting for Bush. The lone holdout was Gordon, who won't talk about his preference.
Not a rumor. Witnesses.
Yep, they even went around to the ex-wife, who sued him for divorce and took half of everything, which he also tried to hide. Jealous? Not at all. If he hadn't hired a PR firm to always portray him as a normal guy with a chick on his arm all the time, people would have let it drop. Funny about that name "Rainbow Warriors", huh? Boy, they sure dropped that name!
I wish White Sox fans would explain to me why they are so angry this year. You guys are having a good year but you just can't get past that anger towards the Cubs, Cub fans, and the world in general. What an angry bunch you guys are. Ready fight anyone with a blue and red hat on at the drop of a hat, whining about how the Trib and Sun Times won't pay attention to the Sox even though they're having a good year, etc., etc.
I guess its that Cub complex you guys have had for the last, oh.....100 years. Second fiddle even when you're having the best year the organization has seen since...forever. I guess I'd be perpetually angry too.
"I wish White Sox fans would explain to me why they are so angry this year."
You can't be a true Sox fan unless you hate the Cubs. BTW, did you know the best part about driving up to the North Side?
The drive back.
Yeah, but nobody ever sings the verses (indeed, I doubt if half the people in a ballpark would be able to name the tune if they heard a verse).
Perhaps, but shouldn't Sox fans hope the Cubs make it to the World Series so the Sox can stomp them there? Or has that been wrecked by inter-league play?