Living on a Thin Line
(Babe Ruth in the film, Headin’ Home, 1920 )
I can understand if you don’t believe all the stuff that happens to me. All I can say is “good thing I don’t live in New Jersey,” then I probably wouldn’t believe it either.
The only way I can explain it is to say, NYC is different. I know that. And you only know what you know. Capiche.
If you want a little insight as to what I’m inferring, read this post: We Are Knowing.
(The Kinks – “Living on a Thin Line”)
That said, if you’ve been following the latest posts(see below), you know I saw the ghost of Babe Ruth. Well, he wasn’t like any other ghost I’ve ever seen. His figure was like a gust of wind clothed in Yankee pinstripes. I’ll get to that in the next post in this series.
But for now, I need to take a deep breath, and think about how best to proceed.
I have to be careful of what I’m going to say. I can’t be giving away the store, here. Plus, it’s Ruth we’re talking about, if I say the wrong thing, they’ll run me out of town. Or worse.
Here are all the posts in this series: Episode Twenty-Three – December 2009
Here are Yankee Stadium photos along with a set from Citi Field. It’s where the Mets play–
Mullaly Skate Park in the Bronx (next door to new stadium)