The guys have a special guest, friend/nemesis of the pod, Joe’s sister. They talk about NY centric food and then wonder why millennials are obsessed with avocados. This is followed by a discussion of every kind of cheese ever created. Chris watched MTV’s the Challenge Dirty 30 so the gang gets deep into the intricacies of that and wonder why anyone watches this show at all. Finally, they finish up with a mostly civil discussion about another lost year for the Mets.
Chris goes to Starbucks which leads to a learning opportunity about the history of avocados. People on Facebook have thoughts on eggs and Joe mostly hates those thoughts. The guys weigh in on ketchup’s right to exist then move on to arguing about the Mets. They finish up with a discussion about the NBC comedy The Good Place.
Chris and Joe Recap their breakfast together. Then they analyze a list of the best type of French fries and read your FB comments. The guys follow up by discussing celebrations in baseball (specifically Yasiel Puig’s vs the New York Mets last week and finish up nerding out about Spider-Man: Homecoming and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Oh, and they find a way to talk about avocados again.
The Mets’ faithful fan-base is now anxiously awaiting the start of Friday night’s NLDS against the Dodgers in Los Angeles. God, the Mets are in the playoffs. What could be better? I’ll tell you what. The Mets being in the playoffs, and you watching the game with a murderer’s row of Twitter accounts.
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In case you don’t follow Major League baseball, the New York Mets have a pitcher named Matt Harvey. He’s been something of a sensation this year. The Mets are 7-2 in games he starts and 9-21 in all other games. That’s not a misprint. Lots of teams have excellent young pitchers, so to truly understand why Matt Harvey is a borderline Messiah, you must first understand the psyche of your average Met fan…
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In case you haven’t noticed, I’m a pretty big Mets fan, and make sure that’s known on DAPS. You should also note that over the past five years, it’s been pretty crappy out there for a Met fan. That’s why the fine people at scraps have created an be-all-end-all solution.
I’ve been updating you guys on the progress of The7Line’s “12 Months of Orange and Blue” calendar since June. Finally, this Saturday night 12/3/11 (tomorrow), the Queens based T-Shirt operation is having their big release party over at McFaddens (one of our favorite Manhattan watering holes) starting at 9pm.
This past week, I’ve been following the “Don’t Trade Reyes” soap opera being talked about everywhere. Now this is a New York Mets centric blog, but if you’ve ever worked hard at anything you’ll be able to relate.