Sunday, September 24, 2017
Hyundai and Red Sox Nation can go to hell in the same car wreck
I'm a Red Sox fan. I am NOT a member of "Red Sox Nation," because "Red Sox Nation" is a cheap marketing gimmick created by the current owners of the team in order to sell more caps and jerseys. I am not buying in, and neither should any Red Sox fan whose support for the team predates 2004.
I am a proud Pre-2004 Red Sox fan. NOT a member of "Red Sox Nation." So we've got that out of the way...
The people in this ad, the people who wrote this ad, and the people who put this ad on television should all be locked into a room and forced to listen to this ad until they go insane (or ten minutes, whichever comes first.) In real life, I'd like to see both of these shmucks dragged out of their car and beaten to death by Yankees fans. They'd totally deserve it.
I bet neither of these idiots were Red Sox fans before 2004. They probably own red and pink caps and jerseys with their own names stitched on the back. The very first Sox t-shirt they ever owned was the one which said "2004 World Series Champions." They are disgusting posers and I don't want to see them on my tv anymore. How do I know they are posers? Well, this may seem repetitive, but- only posers would sing this god-awful Neil Diamond song because the corporate overlords of Fenway told them to during the 7th inning stretch- and only pond scum uber-posers would sing it at top volume in their freaking cars (the freaking cars that I hope they are soon dragged out of and beaten to death by Yankees fans.)