We try to make it a point not to write when we are frustrated with the Mets. The last thing we want to have happen is for this to become a “rant a day” type of website. We hope you visit for the humor and intelligent (I’ll let you be the final judge there) opinions we provide.
I’m not sharing this with you because I am practicing for an appearance on the Dr. Phil Show, ummkay. I’m sharing this because I was in no position to publicize my thoughts about last night’s loss.
Heading into the game, I was genuinely excited. I was anticipating a well-played ball game from the Mets. Instead we got a dud. R.A. Dickey was average, the offense was MIA, and defensively the Mets looked atrocious. Not exactly how the second half of the season should start.
Had I written about it last night it would have been an expletive filled tirade that would have made most gangster rappers squeamish. After a night of shut eye, I’m still disheartened about the performance. However, it is just one game. The Mets still have a chance to win the next two games and meet my expectations.
They certainly have their backs against the wall now. But this team seems to be okay with that position.
A Couple Of Random Thoughts
No one has ever accused me of being the sharpest knife in the drawer, but I am somewhat surprised at the number of Mets fans that are caught up in K-Rod news. Who cares how his option has changed with the Brewers? The trade has been completed. He is no longer a Met. Let’s move forward.
Last night I shared the following thought on Twitter:
There really is no need to elaborate, I just wanted to share this with you.
While I am in the mood of sharing my tweets, I was a bit over zealous on this one:
I’m an honest guy. I can admit when I’m wrong. redturn2 is Justin Turner’s Twitter account for those of you that do not follow him or partake in the world of Twitter.
Well, on to this afternoon’s game. Hopefully, Jon Niese will pitch the Mets into a tie in the series.
Tags: Why so angry brah?