That's the closest I've ever come to using a certain expression. Today, I'm watching my local baseball team play on our Fox station. Suddenly, they go split-screen. Seems that in Seattle, a White Sox player is about to (possibly) pitch the 20th perfect game in regular season history. They cut off the audio to our game, and all you can hear is the Seattle announcers. Then, the local screen vanishes and they go fullscreen to Seattle. I have no idea what's going on with our local game. It's not being carried on any other channel, naturally. Sure, the guy did get the 20th perfect game ever in regular season history. But I was watching our local game. If Fox Sports was a person, would I be out of line to be curious about how it'd look if that person were driven down by a Mac truck? Oh... Now they've gone back to our game. The losing team has somehow gotten several runs in the last few minutes, and it's on the verge of changing from our boys being far ahead to the game being tied. We missed all the runs scored that led to this. Yes. Fox Sports draws strongly with its lips on an unspecified object. __________________ No gas treatment for the shrubs, please.