#1LinerWeds from Humphrey Bogart

Image by Jim Walker from Pixabay

He’s right, you know…

One-Liner Wednesday is brought to you each week by Linda Hill and this station. Now a word from Hasbro, makers of Mr. Potato Head, a toy you can put together yourself!

Seems to me they used to use a real potato…

34 thoughts on “#1LinerWeds from Humphrey Bogart

  1. Well, I’m not a hotdog fan so I’ll take the steak but I get the sentiment:). Oh Mr. Potato head was such a funny toy and one I didn’t have. I have to see Toy Story 4


  2. I don’t much like going to sporting venues, but I’m not big on overly pretentious restaurants either. Hot dog or steak? Depends a lot on what I’m in the mood for. I’ve been eating a lot of hot dogs while on my vacation.



    1. I prefer a bratwurst myself (the ones they serve at the ballpark in Cincinnati are especially good). Or a Polish sausage (kielbasa) like they sell on Maxwell Street in Chicago.


    1. Which ballpark? There are a couple of minor league teams up your way. Minor League baseball is more fun than Major League. The players are younger, the ballparks are more intimate, and they really focus on fan experience.

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          1. I haven’t. It’s hard enough to follow the Pirates here in New England. All we get is Yankees & Red Sox – we barely get meaningful information about the Mets. I’m surprised there isn’t better coverage of the Rockies, at least here in Hartford.


            1. That’s where the Internet comes in. If you’re willing to pay $20 a month, you can stream as many games as you like (subject to blackout). Or, you can get the radio feeds for $20 a year. That is surprising that you don’t get more local coverage of either the Rockies or the Yard Dogs. I know that in Charlotte they cover the Knights and the White Sox. A lot of Sox fans in that part of North Carolina. I think the same is true in Birmingham, where their AA club is. You have to get on them about that…

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              1. I subscribe to MLB AtBat, and I listen to Pirates games when I can. It’s kind of nostalgic as it reminds me of listening on a transistor radio. Given the proximity of NY/Boston, we get saturated with stories about those teams, but Red Sox/Yankees and then Mets. Patriots/Giants and then Jets


                1. That’s weird: the Patriots and Jets were old AFL teams, and that was a real rivalry, as I remember.

                  I can listen to the Braves on radio or Gameday Audio (which I can get thru MLB At Bat or via a browser). Gameday also lets me listen to all the rest of the games in the majors. I subscribe so I can hear the White Sox games as well. I grew up listening to baseball on the radio, so it’s no big deal.

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  3. Love the one liner. Take me out to the ball game. There’s a restaurant in Disney that only serves hot dogs. Before they open the doors at 11 everyday customers gather around to sing that song. Seeing my grown kid join in singing as loud as he could is a memory I’ll never forget.


    1. Disney World? The Braves used to train there (I think this was their last season; they’re moving, but don’t ask me where) at the ESPN Champions Field not far from there. Baseball brings out the boy in every man…

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    1. If you want a ballpark culinary experience, go to Cincinnati. The Germans know their sausages. Do you ever go to Indians games (Indianapolis, not Cleveland)? There’s been a AAA team there as long as I can remember. They were a White Sox farm club for years…


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