Well, there's no great excuse. I could say it's 'cause I've been busy, and sure, that's true, but that doesn't mean I can't sit down and just type, the way I currently am now? So chalk it up to laziness, chalk it up to not dealing with stress the appropriate way, chalk it up to whatever (is that the correct way you spell chalk in the phrasing "chalk it up?" You know, I do have the internet, but I'm gonna halvsies it on this one...)
Anyway, I haven't been writing about the Mets, I haven't been writing about pretty much ANYTHING, except for the podcasts and occasional Rising Apple post hear and there (which, again, I'm gonna go halvies on this one...go find those....) So, it's about damn time just a random text from a friend I don't see too much anymore jumpstarts me back into clicking these clankin' clickers (yeah, nobody's ever referred to "typing" that way, but nobody knew what popcorn was until coming across kernels sitting in the sun...and nobody ever parenthesesed as much as I am in this post...but that might be a good thing....)
Anyway (I say again...) this clearly wasn't about the Mets, but this post doesn't necessarily need to be. I just wanted to type again, and not with just selling ANITA, BETTER LIVING THROUGH CHEMISTRY, GOODBYE WORLD and THE GERMAN DOCTOR (This I won't go halvsies on...SEE THEM ALL!!!)
I mean, do you really want me to talk about the shortstop situation? or the fact both first baseman have been a bit banged up? or the manufactured Matt Harvey controversy? What else have you been reading while Sam Maxwell hasn't been...uh....clacking?
So, there you go, I'll settle back in, give my thoughts on Mets stuff more often, post Random Songs as I've been known to do and click and clank all the day long.
Funny...I'm not even gonna go for the obvious song here....ya know...the title of this post...(if you don't know what song I'm talking about, shame on you, and I'm halvsieing it here and telling you to go listen to...yeah...Frankie's version...)
I've gotten into Electric Light Orchestra for the first time EVER over the last year, which was a travesty to my music-loving ways. I've recently purchased ELO's album, "Time" which you should all get and was a poignant album to explore for the first time ever in the year 2014, almost 33 years after it's release. So, here's a Random Song from the year 2095.
LET'S. GO. METS.