The Curse, “Visualized”

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This post is part of The Crosswalk, Crossing Broad’s reader submitted section. This one, by Brian Joseph, has been selected to be featured. He wrote all of the captions, especially the one about Tyson Gillies. If you’re interested in having your work appear on Crossing Broad, fill out the short sign up form here.

 

Last week, the New York Times, citing our teams’ alarming ability to get to about the semifinals and then take a giant poop in the bed. dug deep and discovered that Philly is the seventh most-cursed sports city.

So what does it look like to be a perennially snake-bitten, underachiever? Well, here’s the perfect loser. (There’s no room for you, Joel Embiid and Sam Bradford… don’t even think about it!)

 

 

Lots of good stuff in The Crosswalk this week, including best Philly athlete by number, what to expect from Jordan Matthews in Year 2, the case for Ruben Amaro over the last year, former players you’re mad have a championship, 15 things you might not know about Sam Bradford, and more. Get the word on the street in The Crosswalk.

Thanks to Tom Upton for the new logo!

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24 Responses

  1. He has the most annoying voice I’ve ever on sports talk radio.It’ll only be a matter of time until Harry Mayes goes off on that New York prick Shander.

    1. This was a courtesy to the commentors… Figured those jokes you made about Jim were so funny the first time why not give them a second round.

    1. I thought about going with Smarty’s tail but who the heck is going to believe a stick figure with a tail?

      Actually, after Smarty lost, he was forced into retirement due to the beating he took during the Triple Crown run and never raced again.

  2. Holy shit this is stupid. Kyle, are you drunk? High? Did you really just pay this guy $25 for this? So basically I could just take a dump, take a picture of it, submit it to the crosswalk with some words saying something to the effect of ‘this is the state of Philadelphia sports at the moment’ and cross my fingers that you for some reason think this deserves a spot on the main page in which you’ll give me cash??

    1. Might need a friend to take a dump on top of yours to emphasize the magnitude of the current state… Mind if I borrow that idea?

    2. That would be a pretty solid description of the “state of Sports.”

      Kyle and Jim have clearly limited themselves to Radio listening, Sixers, and Ruben Amaro Jr.

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