Your p.m. roundup for Oct. 28, the day we figured out how to just vanish. H/T to TylerRio for the Reali video. Got any stories or photos for us? Tip your editors.

This Evening: On Around The Horny, Tony Reali Wonders Which "College Undies Will Go Down This Weekend"

What we're watching (all times EDT, unless noted): Sharks-Red Wings is on the NHL Network at 7:30. Game 7 of the World Series between the Rangers and Cardinals is on Fox at 8. BYU-TCU in college football is on ESPN at 8. The Pan-Am Games are on ESPN2 at 8. The third round of the Professional Bull Riding World Finals is on Versus at 9. There's boxing on Showtime at 11. And Toronto-Winnipeg in CFL football is on tae-delay on the NFL Network at 3 a.m.

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Posnanski on Game 6: "The 10-year-old in me danced again on Thursday night. For two-plus hours, World Series Game 6 between the Cardinals and Rangers felt incompetent to me. I have a friend who says that the biggest difference between football or basketball and baseball is that in football and basketball two bad teams can play a wildly entertaining game if they are equally bad, but that in baseball it isn't so. I guess it depends on your perspective, but I think he's on to something. Bad baseball is bad baseball. After six innings, St. Louis and Texas were tied at 4, and Joe Buck went to break by saying, 'What a game!' which is what you're supposed to say, I suppose, when a World Series Game 6 is tied going into the seventh inning." [Sports Illustrated]

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I sometimes miss covering high school sports, too (seriously): "On a typical week, I might write a field hockey roundup, a profile of a cross country runner, and on Saturdays in the fall, we'd each attend a high school football game. As the last to be hired, I was assigned Divisions 4 and 5 (the smallest schools), which meant driving to exotic towns like Abington and Taunton. Covering two entirely new teams each week was tricky. It meant taking a crash course in the town's football history, learning the names - and correct spellings - of all the players, and scribbling like mad in those skinny, brown reporter's notebooks. After the game, I'd scramble to find a pay phone to call Ames and give him the score so he could plan the page. If it was a big upset, I'd get an extra inch or two.2 On the drive back to the office, I'd compose the copy in my head. The deadlines were brutal. I once screeched into the Globe parking lot, threw my blue Ford into park, jumped out, and slammed the locked door just as I noticed my keys dangling from the ignition. I stared in horror for a beat, then realized I had no time to consider what an idiot I was. People needed to know if Cardinal Spellman blanked West Roxbury! I shrugged off the keys and sprinted toward the building." [Grantland]

"Candle In The Tim": You knew something like this had to be coming, didn't you? Composed by B.R. Tanner. [Tindeck]

LOLBengals: "Following Friday's practice Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis said that cornerback Adam 'Pacman' Jones will be added to the 53-man roster for Sunday's game at Seattle. The team has an open roster spot with Cedric Benson serving a one-game suspension, meaning they do not have to release anyone until Monday." [Cincinnati Enquirer]

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On being obsessed with Hunter S. Thompson: "There's a definite chance that not only would HST think I couldn't handle the drugs, but he might hate me entirely. I can't imagine someone who covered the Hells Angels, shark fishing competitions, got to threaten the life of the man he hated more than anyone else on Earth (Richard Nixon) and helped get Jimmy Carter elected president enjoying the company of me, a person who basically gets paid to tweet for a living?" [CNN]

Boswell's lede is outstanding: "Time will decide. Because time will be needed to digest the feast of heroism, comedy, strategy and virtually insane comebacks that turned Busch Stadium into a theater of continuous disbelief here in Game 6 of the World Series. But it's possible that we just saw the most preposterous, fabulous, thrilling and all-around unbelievable World Series game of this generation." [Washington Post]

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