Medicating Mets’ Fans

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There’s no shame in asking for help. Nor is there anything wrong with corrective medication as long as it’s dispensed and used within the prescribed dosage.

Mets’ fans need that help.

Now the Bernie Madoff Ponzi scheme trial that could have forced the Wilpons to sell the team is apparently behind them and the relentless bashers of the organization have shifted their attention elsewhere and are seeking, digging, hoping, searching, conjuring and speculating, Jeff at Red State Blue State sent me a possible solution to that which ails each and every one of us Mets’ fans at one time or another.

See below. Use in moderation.

With David Wright under ridiculous attack from fans for “choosing” not to play with a broken pinky, this type of therapy/chemistry is needed now more than ever in part in keeping certain segments of the fan base quiet to prevent embarrassing the rest of us.

The side effects are negligible and probably no worse than not taking anything at all to dull the agony.

Science is constantly working to find new ways to numb the pain of life.

And the Mets.

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2 thoughts on “Medicating Mets’ Fans

  1. AHAHAHAHAHA! SO funny. And true, of course. What makes me laugh more is that Red Sox fans need only take such medication during the month of September, which harkens back to those lovely Met Septembers of 2007 and 2008.

    1. The Mets were freed from that onus by both the Braves and Red Sox. Their collapse is no longer the worst. It took long enough. Four years was far too long.

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