Wednesday, August 6, 2008

See the video that started it all...

For those that might still be hesitant to embrace the concept of the stache as a real and powerful force, here is a short video clip that should put any lingering doubts to rest. The simple chain of events in this clip are as follows:

1. During a Ramon Vazquez at-bat on July 31st, Josh Lewin acknowledges me and my sign, while Tom Grieve chuckles (he likes the fake stache)
2. The camera focuses in on Ramon's bygone stache on the jumbotron as Josh continues to talk viewers though the history behind the stache
3. Jamey Wright is seen administring the finger stache from the bullpen
4. Me and my sign appear on the screen
5. Not five seconds later - homerun. Note the play on words in Josh's call ("That one will NOT be brought back!")

Watch closely as the proof is most certainly in this video puddin:

"Bring Back the Stache" (a website is born!) from Dan on Vimeo.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Heh, you were just on national TV. Should be getting a few more comments...

Zak said...

Yeah, YES just showed your sign, top of the 6th right before Nady hit a double. Good on ya, man.

GJones712 said...

Just saw a sign advertising your blog on the YES Network broadcast of Yankees/Rangers.

Awesome!

Dan, Bronx NY said...

YES showed ur sign, then nady hits a SWEET double.... keep showing the sign stupid..... lol

Anonymous said...

X Nady is nasty.

Anonymous said...

lolz i just saw the sign bring back the stache!!!!

Anonymous said...

yo.embed that video so that you can watch it right heres on your blog.

i saw you on the post game show of the Rangers broadcast. i thinks you was druuuuuunks.

Trey in Jersey said...

I believe more of this website should be devoted to the historic mustache sported by Jason Giambi. You should also get some shirts with a pic of Giambi's face on it, kinda like those Chuck Norris t-shirts you see in stores.

Dan said...

Giambi's story is becoming more and more integral to the site. After all, he's the one that first made me realize that the power of stache goes well beyond any one team or person. I'm a Ranger fan through and through, but this thing is bigger than that.