Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Is There a Question in Our Future?

To quote our pal Captain Ross from A Few Good Men, "Is there a question anywhere in our future?" This applies to Russo interviewing David Wright a little earlier. Here was his attempt at a question:

Did you take offense to Santana saying after that Seattle loss when Rodriguez hit that grand slam, did you take any offense, when Hernandez hit the grand slam, did you take any offense, you made the error there off Bloomquist right before that and Santana after the game said ‘you know we have to make the routine plays.’ A lot of media jumped on that cause you made the error there and then he gave up the home run. Did you take any offense to that at all or not?

One of my pet peeves is when Mike or Chris spend half of their interviews on trying to spit out a question. Keep it simple Dog. Keep it simple.


Brian said...

Yeah...when it comes to asking questions, M&MD are NOT the people to learn from...Talk about guys speaking to hear the sound of their voice while attempting to come up with a coherent thought.

First Time, Long Time said...

Brian...the other thing they love to do (especially mike) is answer the question in their question "David you must have been offended by what santana said, were you offended.."

gabagool said...

Chris, you MUST BE OFFENDED by what everyone is saying about your wife marrying you for your money and screwing the pool boy, WERE you offended?