Minnesotans. Jeesh…. (An OpenLetter)

Dear Minnesotans.

Here is what I’d like you to do. This especially applies to those of you who live in the Twin cities…

Think about the Minnesota Twins game that was played (and nicely won) today at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome.

Think about it …. think about it … think about it … (Are you thinking about it?)… OK, hold that thought.

Now, while you are still thinking about the Twins game played today at the Metrodome, walk to the nearest window and look outside.

Now, picture yourself at that game. In this rain.

Now, surrender yourself to the moronosity. Because that’s what you’ve got lots of. And if you are a Gophers fan, double it.

Jeesh…..

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0 thoughts on “Minnesotans. Jeesh…. (An OpenLetter)

  1. Well, it’s really more a question of imagining yourself rearranging your schedule with very little notice because of the game, but yeah. I’m waiting for the first baseball game with snow. I might work late just to look out the window and laugh at the people in the stands.

    Hmm. We might need office binoculars.

  2. This would all be a lot more amusing to me if it hadn’t been funded by a conspiracy of wealthy bastards who decided to pick my pocket for it. And in five years they’ll do the same thing again when they decide to fund the retractable roof that would have cost 1/3rd as much if it had been designed in from the start. Meanwhile the same thieves are the ones whining most loudly that we can’t afford a public health care option.

  3. uh… the game was played in Detroit.

    Besides, they had a game rained out on Monday and they split the Tuesday double-header.

  4. Base-ball…That’s the one where people throw a small, hard ball at each other and try to whack it with sticks – right?

    Chalk me up as one who doesn’t understand why people go out of their way to watch a bunch of grown men and/or women, running around playing with balls at all. I mean it is one thing to run around with children and play with balls – that can be loads of fun. But the insanity involved in there being a multi-billions of dollars industry, built around watching adults throwing balls and chasing them around…

    Fuckwitted humans…

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