Posted on: August 22, 2008 4:49 pm


...I can't stand it. I have yet to post a blog on this website, but I think in the case of the story I'm about to write down, it's the only answer.

I check out my reviews on this site from time to time and I usually get a 5-star rating or a 1-star rating. I'm accustomed to these ratings: either people hate the Mets or what I said and I get a 1 or on the other hand, they like what I said and I get a 5. I got a confusing 4-star rating today. I'm thinking to myself "Wow, I wonder what made that post mediocre to this person." So I look up the guy who left the rating and I see he's a Padres fan. I'm cool with the Pads and I think they're cool with the Mets. Anyway, I'm thinking "What does this guy write about? He's a superstar with a 97 rating, must have good things to say about something!" I continue on to see the threads he has written in...and I guess I shouldn't refer to this person as a he - he may be a she...and judging by the avatar, it's a he, but she could prefer other shes...anyway, so I'm looking at the posts by this person and every single one, for as far back as I cared to go, is titled "get baptized with 10's and added too." I think "Wow, I think I know what this person is up to on this site." Adding no worthwhile information about their fave team(s) and getting superstar status? Why would someone do this?  Did this person get cut from the towel-boy position in HS? Possibly this person was frequently on the receiving end of the over-the-head wedgie? I'm not sure, but Mr. or Ms. Hypocrite, keep patting those people on the back with 5s and adds. You may not have been popular in HS (okay, let's face it - you weren't popular in HS) but you can be popular on Sportsline!

Mets 3, Braves 0 - on a roll! Rock the 'Stros, boys!!

mets mets mets!!

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