Eric Sogard’s glasses now have a blog.
I’ll let that sink in for a minute.
We have firmly stepped through the internet looking glass, going from the tripping Buster Olneys to Jose Canseco’s Twitter account now being run by Second City-class attendees to Eric Sogard’s Glasses now owning an official MLB website.
What this means for the future of inanimate objects running websites, I really couldn’t say. Though perhaps a Jim Leyland’s Cigarette or Jim Thome Jockstrap website can’t be far behind.
And to think, billions of people lived and died in the days without this in their lives. I feel so sorry for them.
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