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Postby AT » Mon Apr 03, 2006 8:29 pm

I was really starting to get into the Mets a little bit last year and this year as well. I'll always root for them to lose in the end but I enjoy following them and I like their players. Not to mention you can't get away from them if you listen to WFAN in NY and WFAN sure kicks the crap out of ESPN... This all being said...

Billy Wagner is dead to me. Dead! And to you Met fans: If you think this is anything less than a disgraceful bush league move by your wanna-be second class citizen franchise you have no respect. I don't care if Wagner chose the song whenever he did. He should never have chose it in the first place and you sure as ____ never should have let it be played in a stadium other than in The Bronx. I guess you Met fan geeks think it's funny and no big deal.

You know what you go to a Yankee game for if you're a real Yankee fan? To hear Enter Sandman. Because that means the game is over and we get to celebrate for a half an inning. Now I bet you think it's cool that you have your own Sandman too right? You're all a bunch of no-class wannabe losers. Don't mess with The GOAT.
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Postby bleach168 » Mon Apr 03, 2006 8:36 pm

Guess what? The world does not revolve around the Yankees!

Get over it.
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Postby DK » Mon Apr 03, 2006 8:39 pm

AT, if you're quoting people from WFAN try to actually put quotes around them so it doesn't look like you're the ass that said it.

If that is your sentiment, however...
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Postby Amazinz » Mon Apr 03, 2006 8:39 pm

AT wrote:I was really starting to get into the Mets a little bit last year and this year as well. I'll always root for them to lose in the end but I enjoy following them and I like their players. Not to mention you can't get away from them if you listen to WFAN in NY and WFAN sure kicks the crap out of ESPN... This all being said...

Billy Wagner is dead to me. Dead! And to you Met fans: If you think this is anything less than a disgraceful bush league move by your wanna-be second class citizen franchise you have no respect. I don't care if Wagner chose the song whenever he did. He should never have chose it in the first place and you sure as ____ never should have let it be played in a stadium other than in The Bronx. I guess you Met fan geeks think it's funny and no big deal.

You know what you go to a Yankee game for if you're a real Yankee fan? To hear Enter Sandman. Because that means the game is over and we get to celebrate for a half an inning. Now I bet you think it's cool that you have your own Sandman too right? You're all a bunch of no-class wannabe losers. Don't mess with The GOAT.


Lol. You're a tool. :-D
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Postby The Kavorka » Mon Apr 03, 2006 8:39 pm

AT wrote:I was really starting to get into the Mets a little bit last year and this year as well. I'll always root for them to lose in the end but I enjoy following them and I like their players. Not to mention you can't get away from them if you listen to WFAN in NY and WFAN sure kicks the crap out of ESPN... This all being said...

Billy Wagner is dead to me. Dead! And to you Met fans: If you think this is anything less than a disgraceful bush league move by your wanna-be second class citizen franchise you have no respect. I don't care if Wagner chose the song whenever he did. He should never have chose it in the first place and you sure as ____ never should have let it be played in a stadium other than in The Bronx. I guess you Met fan geeks think it's funny and no big deal.

You know what you go to a Yankee game for if you're a real Yankee fan? To hear Enter Sandman. Because that means the game is over and we get to celebrate for a half an inning. Now I bet you think it's cool that you have your own Sandman too right? You're all a bunch of no-class wannabe losers. Don't mess with The GOAT.


Wow.

Is there a way I can never read any of this guys posts ever again?
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Postby Matthias » Mon Apr 03, 2006 8:52 pm

AT wrote:You know what you go to a Yankee game for if you're a real Yankee fan? To hear Enter Sandman. Because that means the game is over and we get to celebrate for a half an inning. Now I bet you think it's cool that you have your own Sandman too right? You're all a bunch of no-class wannabe losers. Don't mess with The GOAT.


I dunno: to me seeing a Yankees game means hearing Nancy Sinatra.

More than anything, this is a tempest in a teapot. But to the extent that it does mean anything, Billy Wagner as a Met owes no kowtow of respect to Mo. If the Yankees signed Wagner as a setup man, they may want to say, "umm... hey, Billy, that song is taken" because although some pitchers vary their song, Enter Sandman belongs to Mo as much as his number. But as a Met? No chance.

Although this does bring to mind a thread someone did last year collecting all the songs for ball players which was cool. Could at least make something positive out of this whole thread and dig it up.
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Postby nuggets » Mon Apr 03, 2006 8:54 pm

DK wrote:AT, if you're quoting people from WFAN try to actually put quotes around them so it doesn't look like you're the ass that said it.

If that is your sentiment, however...


I just can't get over picture DK saying that to someone...

" If that is your sentiment, however... Babe Ruth rescued my cat from a tree " :-b
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Postby nuggets » Mon Apr 03, 2006 8:58 pm

Matthias wrote:More than anything, this is a tempest in a teapot.


How is it that the American version is this and the Brittish version is "storm in a teacup" which seems to make more sense? (desperately trying to change the subject :-D )
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Postby Rirruto » Mon Apr 03, 2006 9:09 pm

AT wrote:I was really starting to get into the Mets a little bit last year and this year as well. I'll always root for them to lose in the end but I enjoy following them and I like their players. Not to mention you can't get away from them if you listen to WFAN in NY and WFAN sure kicks the crap out of ESPN... This all being said...

Billy Wagner is dead to me. Dead! And to you Met fans: If you think this is anything less than a disgraceful bush league move by your wanna-be second class citizen franchise you have no respect. I don't care if Wagner chose the song whenever he did. He should never have chose it in the first place and you sure as ____ never should have let it be played in a stadium other than in The Bronx. I guess you Met fan geeks think it's funny and no big deal.

You know what you go to a Yankee game for if you're a real Yankee fan? To hear Enter Sandman. Because that means the game is over and we get to celebrate for a half an inning. Now I bet you think it's cool that you have your own Sandman too right? You're all a bunch of no-class wannabe losers. Don't mess with The GOAT.

AT, what you've just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this message board is now dumber for having read it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.
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Postby RugbyD » Mon Apr 03, 2006 9:59 pm

my money is on Wagner in a fight. problem solved.
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