I may not be much of a sports fan, but I can't help but expressing a bit of my home town pride. It's the first baseball world series that we've won at home in 95 years. The last time the Red Sox won the World Series, Fenway park was a mere 6 years old. Now it's 101 years old. Boston has had a tough year, with the Boston Marathon bombing happening just a couple of miles away from Fenway. The course of the marathon actually passes about a 100 yards from the park. I'm tempted to hop a train to Kenmore and watch people celebrate, but I'm off to bed after a long day of wiki work. I'm also tempted to text message my buddy Bruce, a Yankees fan who hates the Sox and who lives in Kenmore square, where everyone goes to catch the train after leaving Fenway park. He's probably swearing up a storm right now, watching the throngs of celebrants as they leave... One of my roommates, a postdoctoral biomedical researcher from Taiwan, just got home from work. I asked him if he wanted to go down to Kenmore and flip cars. He looked at me like I was crazy and I laughed. He knows me well enough to know that I wasn't serious, but I guess I do have a bit of a mischievous streak in my sense of humor. Go Sox!!!