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Beisboll Been Berry, Berry Good To Jose Lima

Laurence Simon wonders: So, how is Jose Lima doing these days?

On the mound, not so well, but unless he suddenly got divorced, we're guessing life is pretty good for 'ol Jose...

Warning: Objects in the picture can't possibly be larger than they appear...


Comments (15)

So, O.K., Kevin, this threa... (Below threshold)
-S-:

So, O.K., Kevin, this thread is not REALLY about "Jose Lima," or even Laurence Simon, now, is it?

Ha.

That picture is from last y... (Below threshold)

That picture is from last year's opening day, I think. I distinctly recall those things at least a year ago, maybe two.

Oh, by the way, they're real, and they're spectacular.

So that's were Germany hid ... (Below threshold)

So that's were Germany hid their Zeppelins after The War...

I saw Jose Lima's last home... (Below threshold)

I saw Jose Lima's last home pitching performance for the Disastros. People booed as he took the mound.

It was before the May 13, 2... (Below threshold)

It was before the May 13, 2004 Cubs-Dodgers game, when Lima sang the Star Spangled Banner and God Bless America. MLB.com ran the photo with their story, but they cropped it all wrong. I mean, all wrong! Powerline repeated the cropping error, but then corrected it five months later, proving that the blogosphere is self-regulating.

What's baseball and who is ... (Below threshold)

What's baseball and who is the hottie with the rack???

"Oh, by the way, they're re... (Below threshold)

"Oh, by the way, they're real, and they're spectacular."

Yeah, I'm buying that one!

I'm not sure you should hav... (Below threshold)

I'm not sure you should have the "view full picture" function on here, somebody might get their eye poked out.

Real ones that size are nev... (Below threshold)

Real ones that size are never that perky without some sort of support. The tightness of the shirt shows clearly that there is no external support. Therefore the support is internal, and they are fake.

Looks like a makeover done ... (Below threshold)
Old Coot:

Looks like a makeover done by Monster Garage. Wonder what the counter-weights in the rear look like.

With all due respect, Wacky... (Below threshold)

With all due respect, Wacky Hermit . . . there are only two categories, Real and Imaginary. If you can touch them--they're REAL.

I'm surprised that nobody's jumped on the statement regarding Lima's performance on the "mound."

Heh.

I went to HS with his wife,... (Below threshold)

I went to HS with his wife, and those are most certainly fake.

Wonder what the counter-... (Below threshold)

Wonder what the counter-weights in the rear look like.

Actually, looks like cantilevers to me.

...levers, lopes, whatever.... (Below threshold)

...levers, lopes, whatever...

They could be real, um, mou... (Below threshold)
Red Five:

They could be real, um, mounds. There are places that make camisole tanks with built-in "shelf bras", so the ladies don't have to wear a bra. I've run across them in the SkyMall catalogs on commercial airline flights.




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