Baseball fans seem to like to do this together

by on Sep.21, 2012, under Journal

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Ah, the great American Pastime has nearly arrived. The warm breezes, the hope and confidence of a new season are all thrown together with warm beer in the one fabulous season that is Spring. The crack of bat against ball, as well as the sound of barley beverage cans being popped open lift the spirits. Cheaper Monster beats The two sounds become indistinguishable after a while sitting in sunshine consuming the contents of several of these containers. And perhaps that is the point. Baseball is relaxing if not always entertaining. After a long winter, it is great to hang outside, drink in the sunshine and order $10. 00 beer. It strikes the Sage that sitting on the patio would provide the same value and the patio’s proximity to the fridge ensures that the beer would be colder and cheaper. That isn’t the point. Baseball fans seem to like to do this together. Elbowing your way into Wrigley Field to juggle nachos and pretzels and beer (oh my), watch their team and not go to their jobs is their part of the American dream.. Your humble author has tried to understand the allure baseball has over the great US of a. After all, we are a society of doers and thinkers. Baseball makes us sitters and drinkers. Baseball players then are combined sitters and drinkers that want to be the doers but don’t have the life skills most of us have – like for cutting grass. Running around on a lush grass surface that one doesn’t have mow is simply Nirvana. And, if you can solidly connect wood with cowhide one time in three turns, you will never have to do your own yard work again.

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