Yes! White Sox!!! Yes!
I took one of those political tests, and apparently, I’m a socialist. I assume I’m now part of some sort of secret government database and my every move will be monitored.
If you are so inclined, take it yourself (I think it’s 50 questions, takes a few minutes) and let me know where you wind up. I think the results will show (as they have in the past on tests like these, from what I’ve seen) that we’re not a two-party country ideologically. I am fairly close to Democrat, which I can’t say surprises me…
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I am a White Sox fan, and I’m in hog heaven right now. 2 games up on the defending champs AND I was lucky enough to go to the 14-2 Chicago victory yesterday. It’s probably the highlight of my sports attending life and will be hard to top- unless I get World Series tickets.
All is not perfect in Mudville, however- it seems I share my love of the White Sox with at least a few fouth grade dropouts.
I saw a banner at the game yesterday- and the same banner was on TV tonight:
I’ts Our Turn!
Go White Sox!
Now I will admit I have the benefit of a college education with a Bachelor’s in English, so I suppose I’m bit better equipped than the average bear when it comes to writing and punctuation.
But I’ts? Come on!
And two days in a row? Didn’t anybody point this out to the people holding up the sign?
To make matters worse, it was a professionally printed sign, not one of those sharpie-on-a-posterboard numbers. On a homemade sign, the misplaced apostrophe may have been endearing. Nope, expensive printing machinery was put to waste here.
Note also that the word "go" was underlined and italicized- for emphasis, perhaps. Not sure of the reason, but it’s also an odd choice.
The scary part of it all is no matter how grammatically challenged the sign owner is, he was still able to attend both playoff games.
I’ts a shame. How did he get to go to both?