JP Morgenthau Wrote:
> Sun-Mon-Tue actually. We had to be back in DC for
> the Nats home opener against MIA on Thu. You
> weren't present at that game either.
Three day = a long weekend. Don't recall if I was at that game. It's not a spiritual experience for me. It's just one of the things I do, like go on vacation whenever and wherever I want.
> There's not much point to the first three weeks.
> As most Spring Training fans would know, somewhere
> around the midpoint in when you want to be there.
> The big names will be getting their serious work
> in then, but the best of the rest will still be
> kicking around as well.
Such a convenient excuse.
> There's quite a difference between 'seething' and
> 'laughing out loud.' Your phony trip was
> ridiculous from its misbegotten outset. Literally
> never got off the ground.
Your seething, my laughing, dope.
> Needless repetition will get you nowhere, as you
> should have learned many solar eclipses ago.
And yet, you repeat the same stale excuses over and over again.
> Habits as bad as yours aside, Mumbo Sauce is a
> single trademarked product out of Chicago. The DC
> version is mambo sauce.
Again, TTAB should not and is not the determinative factor. Do you even know what TTAB is?
> You actually can buy it
> in a bottle from Capital City Co.,
> but there is
> no precise recipe or formula or even definition
> for it. It's the local legacy of untold numbers
> of kitchen workers who came up with their own
> sweet-sour-spicy product to put on wings, beef
> skewers, veggies, and whatever else.
Called Mumbo Sauce. A man who doesn't know how to properly dress or order a salad cannot be relied upon for information relating to the local dining scene.
> Well, let's see. I've been going to Nats Park
> dozens of time per year since 2008. You can't
> afford that.
If you think going to a baseball game somehow makes you upper class, that alone tells you how high you'll have to climb to get to my level.
> I'll be there again on Tuesday. You
> won't be.
Nope, I'll be packing tomorrow night for another getaway. You, of course, will be stuck in your outside the beltway hovel with a carport weighing which single vacation you can take next year. After all, your home equity can only get you so far. And, we've seen it really isn't that far at all.
> And as I've mentioned before, it is not
> always, but still often the case that we have a
> stop to make in the vicinity of NY Avenue and H
> Street, NW. The easy thing from there of course
> is to continue up NY Ave to Mt. Vernon Square,
> then cut across Mass Ave to 4th Street NE and on
> down to Tingey with a right at Bluejacket to head
> past the Trapeze School and on over to the
> ballpark itself.
Wrong. Anyone familiar with DC knows that is the wrong way to go. Then again, you've consistently proven that you are incapable of navigating your way out of a paper bag. You can't even successfully navigate your way out of your numerous fuck ups on this board.