So it’s being reported that the last parts of Shea should fall to the ground either Friday or Monday, Anyone who has seen it recently can clearly see that the end of the old broad is near (let’s face it, she was never a lady).
I drive past Shea every day on my way to and from work. I have witnessed the painfully slow demolition over the last few months so much so that it has numbed me.
Until this week.
Seeing the last section standing there by itself – well, it got to me. So MetsPolice and I this week will be taking pictures of Shea almost every day, documenting her last days.
Feel free to view and comment.
Shea on Feb 9, 2009
Feb 9, 2009
Pictures from the final week of Shea’s demolition
Yes linking to the Times is lazy blogging but thought this was sharing in light of this weeks #1 sports topic.
Don Catlin, the prominent antidoping scientist who was supposed to run Armstrongâ€™s program, said Wednesday that they had decided earlier in the day to part ways, without Catlinâ€™s obtaining a full blood and urine sample from Armstrong. The program was too complex and too costly, Catlin said, and the decision to terminate it was mutual.
I’m no scientist but it’s complex and costly to pee in a cup and take some blood?
“You’re coordinating collectors … doing all these things. It became a nightmare of logistic issues and also, when you’re drawing blood, an athlete can rightfully complain if you take too much.”
What don’t I understand? Hit comments…