Too Soon for Angels Fans to Panic
A lot of us are way too quick to jump the gun when it comes to life. It's in our nature to show immediate dissatisfaction when something doesn't go our way or doesn't produce the result we want. You think if George Washington had Twitter, he'd jump on there and complain about how bad the constitution talks were going?
@RealWashington1775 These guys suck. No seriously, why do I need to talk to a bunch of nerds about this? JUST SIGN IT!
@BritishSoldier Favorites Your Tweet
@BenFrankAndBeans @RealWashington1775 Well we gotta make sure everyone has the same rights in this country. NOW I DON'T WANT TO TALK TO YOU BECAUSE YOU'RE COMPLAINING TOO SOON ABOUT IT!
@AlexHamilton Uh, don't you think should plan this out and not Tweet about this?
See, if Washington had complained about it too soon, then we probably wouldn't have the same freedom we have to this day. Baseball is just starting, and even though your favorite team isn't doing so hot (*cough cough* Angels *cough cough*), you shouldn't jump to Twitter and spew all this anger about it. There is a fine line between just venting and being negative. Trust me, the past few games have really tested my ability to not tweet "WHYYYYYYYY ARE YOU NOT HITTING HOME RUNS YET?"
I have a history of acting too soon in life. This one time, my buddy's girlfriend broke up with him. As soon as I heard that, I asked her out. I was then immediately punched in the face. Another time I went to Disneyland and threw up before I got on Tower of Terror. I should have at least waited until I was on the ride.
Teams start slow, and others start hot. The first 17 games into the season don't and shouldn't determine if your favorite team is going to make the Postseason or not. I'm not at all saying to not tweet your displeasures. It's fun to see all the creative ways to express your anger. What I am saying is that even when times are rough and looking bleak, maybe be a little positive about a few things. Best way to take a rough start is pretend you're in a cliche baseball movie. The team is ALWAYS doing terrible in the beginning of it. Maybe have one of your parents say you won't become a family again until your team wins the pennant. And we all know how those movies end. Yes, that was a reference to Angels in the Outfield. I am indeed a homer.