Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Guess The Autograph
So I've filled up my Stub Album through 2004. 34 pages, six slots each, some with multiple stubs. A lot left to go. One thing that stinks about this project is that it doesn't document all the punk shows I've gone to. You don't get a ticket stub at Newtown Teen Center. Maybe I should be going home from shows, writing the show info on my hand under the X or the stamp, and taking a picture. Of course I do have a lot of fliers, which act as documentation of shows being scheduled to happen, but not of having been there oneself.
Last night's big chore was figuring out a few little movie stubs with dates (but not years), times, and prices, but just a cut-off title, like, "The Ma" and "The Wi." (It was The Matrix--April 10th, 1999, at 9:50 p.m., at Crown Theatres in Danbury, for $7.75. I went with this Borders co-worker goth girl named Theresa. And the other was The Waterboy. I'm convinced "Wi" was just a mistake. Because the ticket is from 11/7 (9:40, $7.75, same Theater), and that's the weekend it came out, and I know I saw it in the theater, and I don't see any other movies starting with "Wi" in that era.)
The only player even close on the Sox roster from 2003 I saw was Bob Howry. The closest on the Phillies is maybe Brett Myers, but it really looks like the last letter of the last name is a y.
Haha, once you know the guy, you'll see how it fits, though I admit the last name is kinda off. Clue: this player is still active.
- Name: Jere
- Location: Rhode Island, United States