What would cause someone to live under a rock? Is there a real estate market for rocks as habitats? I should probably Google search this, but I don't think there are any creatures that live under or inside rocks. First, how would that creature get any air or sunlight? Secondly how does a creature live under a rock without dying? I think it may be possible to live in a rock, rather than under. Also are a creature's economics and current habitat so bad that they would or need to live under a rock?
Somehow if you've defied my entirely fallible logic and have been living under the proverbial rock, you likely would have missed the Royals winning the World Series depending on how long you were under said rock for. So in this podcast we cover not only the Royals World Series title, but also the plans not just for KC but for Royals review over the coming month(s).
Guests this episode include my co-co-host Matthew LaMar (who you can find on Twitter here) and our Editor in Chief Max Rieper (who's Twitter is provided in this hyperlink). Per usual you can find this author's (Shaun Newkirk) Twitter here.
Eric Hosmer's poor but exceptionally fortunate baserunning
A non-Plaza parade
Wade Davis: Ridiculous and absurd
Kansas City geography
Maybe paying Alex Gordon large sums of money
Do we want to even live until 2018?
Eric Hosmer vs Alex Rios
Shaun forgets how posting fees work
Internally replacing Alex Gordon, Ben Zobrist, et all...
Conan O'Brien, Richter, and Comic the Insult Dog
Matt hates Christmas
A thanks to you, both readers and listeners
Introduction: Lucero - Smoke
Outro: The Faceless - Planetary Duality II