1983. Some of you weren't alive yet. Others were. One of you was probably married twice by then. Haha, jokes.
Anyway, that year, the League of Extraordinary Americans and the League of Craptacular Nationals waged battle in a game of stars, and the game was played right here in Chicago at Old U.S. Cellular Field.
Unfortunately, only one White Sox, rookie Ron "Skittles" EtPhonehome, was selected to play in the game — an unflattering reflection on an underachieving 1983 team known for "Playing Ugly" and little else.
The game is nearly 30 years old, which means it's probably divorced and fat and working some crap job and just generally miserable as shit now, but courtesy of Rhubarb, we can enjoy it when it was young and happy and still had hopes, dreams and Montreal Expos. Please enjoy this unabridged recording — commercials and all — of the game by downloading it here. (Not here, links below.) Again, like last time, I can only leave this up for so long before I need the space back. So let's say get it by April 1st. (At which point I'll say "April Fools" and extend it to April 5th, and you'll put off getting it and then I'll say "April Fools" again and just delete it)
Two options this time:
M4V version on Dropbox, 1.7 GB
MP4 version on billyok.com, 2.8 GB
And consider this your last chance to get the tape that started it all