I am a huge Seinfeld fan. Everyone knows that! When I found out they were going to recreate the apartment out in Hollywood, I had to go there. I planned to go today because it was the only free time I had. The wait of course would be long for this free event but I didn’t care. I had to go. I wanted to see what all the buzz was about. And let me tell you, it was worth it!
The exhibit was to open at 10AM but I knew that with the popularity of the show with its revival with Hulu, I had to get there somewhat early. I got in line at around 9:15AM. It would take me about 90 minutes in line before I could get in. By noon time, the line was a four-hour wait.
As I walked in, I was greeted by a ton of famous quotes from the show. True fans would recognize each and every one of them. In front was the booth from Monk’s on display.
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Last night I drove up to Bakersfield. I had never been there before and it was a two-hour drive I thought I would dread. Luckily I was going there because the ECHL Bakersfield Condors were hosting a Seinfeld night. I just had to go. My old college buddy Mark lives out there so it was good to catch up and enjoy some good Seinfeld fun.
Before that, we stopped by Red House BBQ in Tehachapi. Delicious!!!
Brisket with mac & cheese, fried pickles and a piece of the Indian taco bread.
After that, we chilled for a bit before heading out to the game. I didn’t know what to expect. They had a rickshaw race and a costume competition that never actually happened. It was a bummer that not a lot of people showed up. Do they not like Seinfeld?
Now this is cool.
I love following Modern Seinfeld also adding baseball to it makes it better. This is cool. I would love to see a Seinfeld show today.
The great thing about Twitter is that it allows numerous people to publicly share their thoughts on anything. And just a few moments ago, recently retired baseball player Chipper Jones tells everybody that Lee Harvey Oswald could not have killed John F. Kennedy.
(He’s been on record about this before.)
No pole needed.
This was from Sunday’s A’s game. It’s funny, it’s clever, it’s a Seinfeld reference.
The entire weekend back was nice. Got a chance to go back to the Coliseum and watch the A’s sweep the Indians. Coming back for the anniversary of the 20-game win streak brought back memories of when I fell in love with this team.
Overall, it was just a good weekend to be back home and be with good baseball. I love this A’s team.
What clever signs have you seen in baseball — or in fact, any sporting event you’ve attended?