Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Random Question

As an attempt to make this blog a bit more interactive I pose the following question to our readers:
Why is it that on espn.com the Saints are listed as "New Orleans" whereas the Hornets are listed as "NO/Oklahoma City"?
The person who comes up with what I deem the best answer recieves the old Couche-Tard standard prize of "Ten Harold Points," which are of course redeemable for time with yours truly.

5 Comments:

Blogger Robbie said...

While not terribly creative, it has to do with who owns the teams. Just like the New York Jets play in Jersey, and certain baseball teams are named after their state, rather than their city, or, even worse, two places, like the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.

Plus, the owners do that to make the fan base bigger.

10:52 AM

 
Blogger Danny the Manny said...

Looks like Robbie and Harold will be spending some time together soon. Robbie, don't forget to buy Thanksgiving flowers for him.

12:16 PM

 
Blogger Robbie said...

Well, is he cute?


'Cause I don't hang out with ugly guys.

12:45 PM

 
Blogger Danny the Manny said...

Well, take a look here. He's the one in the skirt:

http://spider.mc.yu.edu/news/articles/_photos/Melbournewebatid-1-005_medium.jpg

2:03 PM

 
Blogger Robbie said...

Ok, count me in.

5:35 PM

 

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