"I've turned my Johnny Damon bobblehead doll into a voodoo doll, and it's kind of working," she said. "It seems like he keeps running into (walls). Maybe it will knock some sense into him and he'll come back to the Red Sox."She's not the only one, if a quick online search is any indication.
Wednesday, April 26, 2006
The Voodoo That You Do
Like many of the Boston Red Sox fans who felt so rewarded for years of hounding and heckling by disbelieving rivals when the Sox trounced their enemies in 2004, Deborah Sroka was a wee bit outraged by the turn of events when Sox golden boy Johnny Damon deserted his team in search of more fullsome Yankee pastures, thumbing his nose at his loyal fans and shocking them with his turncoat behavior. In a recent interview with Mechele Cooper of the Kennebec Journal, the Augusta citizen mentioned that in addition to retiring her "18 DAMON" Maine license plate from her Monte Carlo's bumper, she has since engaged in somewhat more creative activities with some of her remaining Damon fan merchandise.