My brother, a hard-nosed Cardinals fan, wanted to check his bank account, so he tried thinking it would take him to Bank of America. He was wrong…

Update: Arg, whoever runs changed the picture, now a pair of creepy green eyes stare you down. Before the change, the site featured a large aereal view of old Busch Stadium in St. Louis adjacent to a snow-covered lot, and nothing more. Written in the snow in giant letters was the phrase: “CUBS SUCK.”

I was able to salvage this thumbnail:


5 Responses to “Why Cardinals fans are awesome”

  1. Best baseball town ever.

  2. because sx with farm animals got old…

  3. Conrad.TDI says:

    At least it’s spelled correctly.

    And I agree with the sentiment.

    BUT: I’d rather play Milton Bradley’s “Game of Life.” Had enought yet, Cubbies!

    Another toast from my Dick Allen photo mug.

  4. I didn’t know Cardinal fans knew how to spell. I direct you to exhibit a: I think it’s an open and shut case.

  5. I remember talking about this on my forum.

    Great website, I look forward to reading it some more.

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