Sandy makes it my problem the Mets don’t spend money

Which of the following scenarios would be acceptable to you?

Scenario #1:  NBC Chairman Robert Greenblatt announced that NBC will continue to show crappy low-rated shows until more viewers begin watching NBC.  “If our ratings go up, then we will air better programs.”

Scenario #2:  Joe, owner of Joe’s Diner announced that Joe’s Diner will continue serving crappy food until more customers come in.  “Once people start flocking to Joe’s then we can start serving a better quality cheeseburger.”

Scenario #3:  A general manager of a baseball club in the number one market reportedly told his most loyal customers that he will spend more money on players provided that more fans come to games to see the current players.

What?

How did this become my problem?

If I don’t attend games then you won’t improve the product?  We all have to drive Ford Pintos until all the Pintos sell, then Ford will make a better car?  WHAT?

If people don’t start reading Mets Police in droves then I am going to start writing lower quality articles.  Once site traffic goes up then I will make Mets Police better.   WHAT??????

 

WHAT?????

 

WHAT????????

 

Winning is the only thing that works.  See historical attendance.  We’ll get into that tomorrow.

 

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Shannon Shark @metspolice

Shannon Shark is the founder of MetsPolice.com, tweets as @metspolice, is an avid fan of Lee Mazzilli and Daniel Murphy, hates black uniforms and is the author of "Send The Beer Guy" available at Amazon.com. #imwith28

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3 Responses

  1. steck99 says:

    metspolice so ridiculous. It will be sad when opening day won’t even be sold out.

  2. metspolice says:

    .steck99 they will never allow opening day to not “sell out” even if Mystery Shopper buys 5000 tickets and donates them to school kids

  3. LifelongMetfan says:

    This has been a ridiculous situation since the Madoff scandal. Maybe we should boycott until they spend or have to sell the team.

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