In Edgar Allen Poe’s famous story, the Cask of Amontillado an older nobleman, Montresor leads his younger friend, Fortunato who he is angered by and jealous of from a carnival masquerade into a wine cellar to be buried alive. Tricked by Montresor into intoxication, Fortunato is chained to a wall in a cellar niche […]Read More “In pace requiescat!” GUILLERMO HEREDIA HAS BEEN BURIED ALIVE!
Before anything else, you should know that Sean Barber’s umpiring career began with a snakebite. Okay, actually an eel bite. Working at a pet store to put his way through Community College Barber was attacked by a vicious eel and sustained a serious bite to the hand. The eel’s fangs went through a bone and […]Read More INCONSISTENT IN SEATTLE: SEAN BARBER’S STUPID STRIKE ZONE
For every beginning, there’s an end. The end, no matter if time is viewed as linear or cyclical, can through a change of perspective or a process of amelioration be considered the instigator of new beginnings. Yearly, by day, and by the minute things begin, and others end. Somethings are dragged out and others pass […]Read More ΑΩ: GORDON AND DIAZ ARE THE ALPHA AND OMEGA OF THE SEATTLE MARINERS