Found March 03, 2012 on We Should Be GM's:
I know you have all been on the edge of your seats waiting for us to announce the winner of this Phillies key ring/bottle opener. Well, wait no longer.And the winner is...SirAlden (via comment's section):We'll Soon Be Champions (Once Again)We've paid our dues From '86 to '99 We've done our sentence But committed no crime And bad GM mistakes Watched more than a few Omar Dall, Adam Eaton, and Sal Fasano But WSBGM's has come through! We not yet champions - again But we'll keep on rooting - 'til the end We're not yet champions 'cause Burrell blew his foot out chasing poontang!No time for Bruntletts or Wife beatin' Meyers'Cause we'll soon be champions - of the world! Again!!! GM-Carson has taken his bowsGM-Corey cut off Andy Martino's balls FuriousBall brought piss in our pants twisted jokes, and everything that goes with it We thank you allBut it's been no bed of roses No pleasure cruise Another challenge/choke before us....
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