The Return of the Triple-B
Longtime readers of this blog may have noticed that Vancouver Canadians mascot Bob Brown Bear is featured on a regular basis. The reason behind this is not rocket science, as rocket science is a topic that has absolutely nothing to do with any aspect of Minor League Baseball.
The reason that Bob Brown Bear is often featured is because a proactive individual within the Canadians front office makes a point to send me photos on a regular basis (this individual’s name may or may not rhyme with “Standroo Greepore”).
And I love recieving photos, because they save me from myself. As opposed to blathering endlessly about who-knows-what, I can simply utilize visual imagery instead. So, without further ado — In order to promote “Anti-Bullying Day” Bob Brown Bear put on a pink shirt, visited local schools, and spread his message of peace and love. Here he is, along with a gaggle of delighted young students:
And here’s a glimpse of the resulting media coverage. It is impressive that Bob Brown Bear the anti-bully was considered to be a bigger news story than a man receiving the keys to Bob Marley’s house. At least where I grew up, Bob Marley housekey coverage ALWAYS dominated the local headlines.