Monday, September 07, 2009

My Dreamseat



There's no better way to observe the Grizzlies annual trip to the lottery than from the comfort of ESPN's 'Dreamseat'.

This might be enough to convince me to move to a place large enough to carve out a 'Man Town' that would warrant such a throne.

At a price of $1,000 plus $305 shipping, is it possible that I would own the only Grizzlies Dreamseat ever? Are there 5 households with Grizzlies Dreamseats? 10 households?$1,500 seems like a small price to pay for exclusivity.

5 comments:

Curt said...

I was up early looking for breaking news from my favorite blog. I may officially un-follow. And they can't renounce La Bamba, his rights are probably the hottest commodity in the league!

David Jones said...

Curt, I thought my Dreamseat was breaking news? Am I wrong?

John said...

You are not wrong at all. Curt is all worried about roster changes while he is slwoly ruining his posture by not having the proper lumbar support offered by the dream seat. 20 years from now will Curt really care about the rights to la bamba? No, but when he can't walk because his back went out while watching the Grizz from a non dreamseat chair, i think he will remember this post. Also David do you mind if I recommend this article to "Ball don't lie"?

Anonymous said...

If I was sitting in that chair and Curt came over and started whining, I would likely pee myself (because of his whining plus all the cider I'd be drinking) and then the chair would turn green and i'd start rooting for the Celtics.

David Jones said...

Leave it to Boston fans to start pissing themselves in September.