But if things were busy at work -if someone or some flu outbreak was setting the world on fire - I would always leave the Samsung in its little holster. It's just common sense, of which I have precious little.
And it was not my misfortune in life to wind up playing third base for the Boston Red Sox. This year, they hired a fellow named Pablo Sandoval to watch line drives skittle past him and on into the left field corners at Fenway Park and other stadia. Sandoval, a former San Francisco Giant, has not been exactly setting the world on fire, or impressing the fans in Beantown with his lacklustre hitting, fielding or running.
|You'd think he'd be looking up|
conditioning tips on his phone instead
Jared Carrabis, a Red Sox blogger for Barstool Sports, was also on IG at the time, but it's a little different for him, and he blew the old whistle on Sandoval, who, caught red-handed making a little red heart on the woman's pics, came clean and admitted his lack of attention to what he is being paid $95 million to do for the next five years.
John Farrell, manager of the Sox, probably would love to wash his hands of the whole underachieving overpaid team. But you have to admit, this is funny.
So much so, I think I'll go "like" it.