September 3, 2009
Remembering David Simons

In memory of our dear friend.

August 18, 2008
Geek Day Thanks!
by: sheadenizen on Aug 18, 2008 3:33 PM | Filed under: Journals

Just wanted to thank each and every one of you who participated in geek weekend for a fabulous time. It was great seeing old friends and making a few new ones as well.
Thank you to the weather gods for the…

August 8, 2008
Geek Day Tailgating Party

Geek Day 2008 is next weekend! Now, what’s everybody bringing?

July 17, 2008
Geek Day News!

Geek Day is right around the corner.

June 18, 2008
2nd Annual Geek Day

It’s coming!

April 28, 2008
Geek Day 2008 is Official!

Mets Geeks unite!

April 24, 2008
Geek Day 2008

By popular demand, it seems that PNC Park in Pittsburgh has become the unanimous favorite for this year’s annual Geek Day.

The Mets will be in Pittburgh the weekend of August 15, 16, 17 and 18th. August 16th ( Saturday) is  a 7:05 start time and will be our official Geek Day game….

April 23, 2008
Remembering Patrick

A photographic memorial to one of our own.

April 7, 2008
April 8, 2008…..Opening Day
by: sheadenizen on Apr 7, 2008 3:34 PM | Filed under: Journals

In honor of the last Opening Day at Shea Stadium…..and with tongue firmly in cheek….an ode to our beloved Mets:

So here we are….our last opening day,
At the stadium named for William Shea.
So many memories,
In sixty-four years,
Our joys, sorrows, hopes and fears.

March 20, 2008
Good News!

Danny and I have heard from 86Forever!

Here’s his email:

Just got transferred fom ICU to a room. Surgery successful, but 2x longer than expected. In pain. Oxycontin.

More updates later.

Thought you’d all like to know!

March 18, 2008
Some Not So Good News

As many of you recall, last September, 86 Forever posted a journal to tell us the news of his having been diagnosed with a medical condition that could result in brain surgery.

After several months of trying to avoid the inevitable…

February 26, 2008
A Remembrance for Patrick

A small token to Patrick’s lasting memory. Geeks take care of their own.

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