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Saturday, April 7, 2007

Big boos from the fans to the Sippy Cups at Pac Bell Park

Today, I was at the Giants game with some great front seats and I learn that there is this music group performing for the first "Kids day" at the ball park. This was some group that nobody knew.

This group is called "The Sippy Cups" which was some kind of music group that plays a children's version of rock and roll.

When they started playing, it was the most annoying shit (and I really mean shit) I've ever heard in my life. The lead singer was fucking tone deaf, and it was so annoying that I went down to the field club vendors area where happily the park management decided to not play the stuff in the indoor area. But, when I had to go to the restroom, they were playing their crap in the speakers.

Then, the Giants park management let them sing the national anthem which nobody booed at them because you just don't boo at people who even does a really poor rendition of it.

But we got our revenge at the 7th inning stretch! Renel introduced the group to the crowd that they were to sing "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" and everyone in the stadium booed at the group (and I really mean a very decent booing) similar to giving a really great "fuck off" booing at Ashlee Simpson.

One of the members reacted to the booing by looking into the crowd on the jumbotron and they just sung along.

Let's summarize my rants:
You are just as bad as Lori & RJ (pure hell duet kids song group on KTVU in the old days)

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