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June 13, 2008
by Robbie Gillies
The city of Boston is experiencing an almost unparalleled amount of sports success in the past few years. The Patriots have won 3 of the past 7 Super Bowls and almost went undefeated this past year, the Celtics are on the verge of winning their first Championship in 22 years, the Red Sox have now won 2 World Series over the past four years prior to an 86-year drought, and the Revolution have made it to the Championship game the past three years (yeah, no one cares, but this guy always brings it up). Yeah, you might have your winning teams, but you also have:
sausages thawing in stagnant water, employees handling raw burgers without changing their gloves, and rodent droppings underneath service counters, city records show.
The Boston Globe reported that Fenway had more than a dozen health code violations on Opening Day. Any place can have a bad day right? Well, turns out, the inspectors had come just a week earlier and told them to clean up their act.
So, while I might have a bitter taste in my mouth from the Orioles constantly getting rocked by the Red Sox, or the Patriots treating the Bills like the Globetrotters treat the Generals, or the Lakers getting handled in the Finals, at least it's not the taste of feces and salmonella.
And don't think I'm forgetting you brought us this guy:
Very Bitter & Jealous Sports Fan