Friday, October 07, 2005

You Deserve To Lose...Part II

46,181 (92.2% full).

It was Game 2!

It was Smoltz and Clemens!!!

What in the name of Biff Pocoroba is the matter with you??????

It was raining? Awwwwwwwwwwww. Poor babies scared of a little water. Why? I know y'all prefer not to wash your hands, but rainwater doesn't contain soap!

Does Game five have to be Macay McBride bobblehead night for a sellout in the playoffs?

18 comments:

jabair said...

those ungrateful inbred rednecks

how much do these bastards draw per year anyway??

Kyle in Newport News said...

jabair,

that depends on how many crayons they can get.

Joe said...

Zing! Good one Kyle!

Joe said...

Zing! Good one Kyle!

david said...

Why so bitter Met fan? Glavine just not getting it done for you? I was in the city two weeks ago listening to Mike and the Mad Dog planning for another off season. I bet if I would have told you in SEPTEMBER of 1991 that "wait til next year" would be a decade and a half later...you'd all be Yankee fans right now.

Laughing at your payroll in the dirty south...

david (brave-o-matic)

A Brett said...

Y'all crack me up. I went to the game Thursday night. It was really only the upper deck that had empty seats. Here's my lame excuse: We would have had a better turn-out, but the Georgia Tech-N.C. State game was being played at the same time about 2 miles away. How's that?

As for the fan draw question, the Braves average attendance was 31,499 per game. That's a 6.7 percent increase from last year, when their average attendance was 29,388.

M Norman Carnathan said...

Let's see the Mets make it to the playoffs for more than two years in a row, and then you can bluster until your bitter hearts are content.

Let's see the Mets make it to the playoffs 14 years in a row, and then you can watch as hell freezes over.

Not So Many said...

How many Mets playoff games have you attended these last 14 years, Seven Train?

(Heh.)

Metstradamus said...

Our bitter hearts are never content.

And it takes a lot more than 14 years of wait until next year to turn us into Yankee fans, no matter what your Hooters lovin' third baseman says.

Braves fans however, even after 14 years of division titles, aren't so loyal. Look here for proof:

http://peacheskingdom.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

Re Atlanta attendance:

I think it was King Hank V who said, "We few, we happy few."

And we are happy... that we aren't sitting at home grousing about the attendance of teams that did make the playoffs.

Of course, I realize your witty remarks about Southerners and the Bravos are made in jest and are all in good fun. As one of your own, Mr McEnroe, was wont to say, "You cannot be serious."

Metstradamus said...

Bitter Mets fans always need a little good fun.

Metstradamus said...

And please don't think I'm ragging on Southerners. There are millions of Yankee fans that are afraid of soap too ;)

david said...

Soap! Afraid of soap? S$#*&^$, I watch em everyday.

In an effort to bridge the gap, reduce the animosity, and to heal the wounds festering between us inbreds and you city folk... I propose that we contribute an outstanding veteran outfielder to your efforts next year. Hell, he is even a retired football player. Maybe the Jets will sign him too...In exchange, we will take Looper off your hands and Leo will make him into a real pitcher. Deal?

Joe said...

NO! No deals with the braves! The bridge must never be gapped - it must be burned! You Braves fans and your Julio Franco . . . ooooooooohhh I hate him.

The only reason I'll ever stop to watch a Braves game is to hope he'll finally have that heart attack while up to bat.


OOOHHH Better yet! It will happen when they play the Mets and it will be brought on by being plunked by Pedro . . . or Glavine! Yes! Glavine plunks Julio thus spuring the heart attack! Finally Glavine gets his revenge!

Metstradamus said...

Forgive the bluntness, but screw Brian Jordan.

billy-jay said...

Brave-O-Matic sent me.

Nice place.

Metstradamus said...

Welcome aboard Billy Jay.

billy-jay said...

Thanks.