The Pittsburgh Pirates won last night, pushing their record to 34-33, which is significant, as it's the first time the Pirates have been over .500 after June 1st since August 15th, 1999. That's a long time to go without seeing a team have a shot after the first two months of the season, which really illustrates how disappointing this losing streak has been. To demonstrate how long the stretch was, I decided to go back and look at all of the things I've done since the last time the Pirates were above .500 after June 1st.
-I got my driver's license.
-I went to prom three times (oh yeah, sophomore at prom, someone was good with the laaaadiiieeesss)
-Got in to professional wrestling for the first time since the 80s, when it somehow became the biggest thing on TV (re...
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