Thank God Someone Gets It
This comment, recently posted by “Beantown,” should be required reading for everyone who’s taking this Rally way, way too seriously:
I like this idea. Grew up in Boston, live in DC for six years, been to a few sox/o’s games. I’d love to see some more O’s fans at the game, though I quickly see how this night will devolve into beer throwing and swearing, on both sides. Sox fans can be obnoxious now with our new found pride (and unlimited budget) but we mostly appreciate when there are lots of hometown fans and support for good baseball. So lets do this thing, I’m rounding up 6 buddies from MA for the night, here’s hoping we see six more O’s fans as a counterweight.
You see? It’s not that hard to figure out. Every sporting event has the potential for one or two bad apples. That’s why the stadium has ushers and security. For the rest of us, it’s about rooting for the home team and having some fun. How many different ways do I need to find to say that?