Random rantings and ravings about the Los Angeles Dodgers, written by a small consortium of rabid Dodger fans. With occasional comments on baseball, entertainment, pop culture and life in general.
Well, "fuck you" has been stated.
"Sir, I understand your frustration, but what can I do to further entice you to enjoy some exciting Dodger baseball action, perhaps with friends, family, or co-workers?"
(Admittedly, I alreaady feel a little bad about this post, as I suppose it's not Chris' fault that he's just doing his job (insert "just doing his job" nazi soldier references here). But today? Really? You're using the day the Dodgers declare bankruptcy as the day to hit me up for $15?Weak.)
Don't lose you're nerve now, Sax.Tough love time.
Are you sure that "Chris" isn't a pseudonym for Frank's oldest child. After all, he has to justify putting him somewhere on payroll. Why not telemarketing?
Cmon out to the August 9th game for a Duke Snider bobblehead plus hijinks with Dusty Baker, Fred's Brim and special guests
I think I'm going to the 7/7 Ethier game anyway, so they're not getting $15 out of me for that one (at least, they're not getting 15 more dollars)
Mr. C,You might want to tuck in that apostrophe (and extraneous e) before Dusty sees it.
Josh S with the apostrophe envy
I'm likely going on 7/7, but buying tix on StubHub, just so Frank, or the BK court, doesn't get face value!
I jumped on it, as a devout boycotter in the past + the July 4 $4 tickets. The way i figured it buying the Duke and Fernando would be about $40 for a pair in the top deck, so ~$80. If i bought my July 4th tix just a few days earlier i would have burned myself and dropped ~30-40, so make it ~120.On Paper it was $120 for Loge or Reserve with the plan (BS $20 Mini plan fee! added later, they didn't add that for the Yankee plan last year!) so make it $160 with July 4th (tradition) additional bobbles (i have Ethier already so i may sell it to make some cash back) and a Kuo nobody seems to want.........
God dammit, I saw that apostrophe catastrophe, Mr. C!
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