Every Mets Opinion Must Now Be Expressed in Awful Song Form

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Mike Massarolli, a ten-year-old Mets fan from Staten Island (he must be ten, look at that horrid wallpaper), does not want Omar Minaya to sign free agent catcher Bengie Molina and decided to express his thoughts via the most ancient of all devices: the lilting human voice, unaccompanied by instruments. It's come to the point that if you want to get your point across in the increasing blather of the baseballblogosphere, you need to sing it like an aspiring American Idol idiot.

Listen, pal, if you want Omar to listen to your advice, can we at least get some verse-chorus-verse?

(via the good folks at Can't Stop the Bleeding)


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It's really a golden age for both "things that make it really hard to defend being raised in Staten Island" and "things that make it really hard to defend being a Mets fan."

And according to his Blogger profile, he's 14.

you need to sing it like an aspiring American Idol idiot.

Bloggers shouldn't sing unless it's to pay off a wager.

Listen, pal, if you want Omar to listen to your advice, can we at least get some verse-chorus-verse?

'Fraid not, Rob. Song structure is lost on MLB Front office honchos and Staten Islanders.

Feel free to crucify me on your Hipster Altar but this is what every Dirty Projectors song sounds like to me.

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