Friday, February 27, 2015

The Best Player On The Team Gets Hurt And Nobody Knows What Is Hurt In A Media Market Of One Million People

Giordano gets hurt. On February 25.

Nobody knows what is hurt on him.

Fine.

It's February 27.

Still nobody knows what is hurt.

Huh?

Look, I think I get it. They don't want to say anything so close to the trade deadline. Why? I don't get that part. They must assume that news of Gio going down is going to increase the price of adding a player. Or because the season is now lost maybe they think it turns the third rounder they were going to get for Glencross into a fourth rounder.

But fuck that shit. This team should not be adding, anyways. And if we are moving Glencross just to do the guy a favour, who cares about the return?

So it's a bit maddening to me. I don't get it. Worse, I'm a paying customer, a season ticket holder. And I feel the team is deliberately keeping me in the dark about something which pisses me off. (I mean, keeping me in the dark about something beyond the scope of things all teams keep their fans in the dark about).

The only other thing I can think of is that Gio is hurt but he might be able to play through the injury the rest of the year before seeking treatment in the offseason, so they don't want the league to know what body part is hurt so no one destroys it during play. But if that's the case why not just go with upper/lower body injury and go on.


I just hope the dude isn't pregnant.

Furthermore, I think Peter Loubardias should be fired.

 
These post are basically me racing through some half finished thought so I can get to posting pictures of attractive women.

And today isn't any different.






That's what blue looks like, by the way. The dress is white and gold. 



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