Max Scherzer Hates The Subway

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6 Responses to “Max Scherzer Hates The Subway”

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  1. Robert J. Baumann says:

    @Girls has said what so many of us have been wanting to for so long.

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  2. Oliver says:

    Unfortunately Max Scherzer is wrong about this one–the most annoying thing about mass transit is how little of it there is in the Midwest.
    That and people who think I want to listen to their music from their tinny cellphone spekaer.

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  3. Jimbo69 says:

    What about: the rush hour crowds, the obvious drug-addict panhandlers, the homeless guy pissing on himself, the cracked-out couple cleaning each others ears, the car with the heat on in the summer, the hipster couple who bring their puppy on the train and then proceed to allow it to crap in the car, the hopelessly lost tourists, the fact that no trains come on the weekend or at night, etc etc.

    Oh wait, he’s not talking about New York. Yeah, must be tough listening to those girls Max…

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  4. Robert says:

    Max Scherzer takes mass transit?

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    • phoenix2042 says:

      No, he rides a tiger to the stadium each day. All the Tigers players do it. Prince, however, needs to bring two tigers because the first one tires half way there, so he has to switch.

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  5. Big Jgke says:

    @Girls shouldn’t get so snippy about Scherzer, dude has different coloured eyes. I’m pretty sure that means he’s a witch.

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