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How to get viagra no prescription For some strange reason MLB has decided to have the Mets and Highlanders open the 2013 season at home on the same day and at the same time.  Ridiculous!  Can you imagine the scene at Grand Central Station with fans crisscrossing to the 4 and 7 trains?  Not to mention the added personnel the City of New York will have to put on in the form of police, how to get viagra no prescription EMT’s and traffic agents along with the MTA who will have to keep folks on overtime to work the platforms and dispatch. How to get viagra no prescription Both teams playing at 1 PM on April 1st was the ultimate Aprils Fool’s joke perpetrated by MLB on NYC baseball fans.

How to get viagra no prescription What infuriates me more about this scheduling faux pas is there was an obvious solution; the Mets and Highlanders should have opened the 2013 season against each other.

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How to get viagra no prescription From the looks of the attendance figures I seem to be in the minority when it comes to the annual Mets-Highlanders contests, how to get viagra no prescription I’ve felt the novelty has worn off and it’s mostly the casual” I got tickets from my uncles-neighbors-cousin who works for JP Morgan Chase-kind of crowd but I think a Mets-Highlanders opening season series would be fabulous .

How to get viagra no prescription Think about an opening day Mets-Highlanders tangle for a moment. How to get viagra no prescription Both sets of fans have been hibernating during this stormy fall and winter. How to get viagra no prescription Both fan bases stare at their WRIGHT 5 jersey’s and JETER 2 jerseys while putting on long underwear as they head out to shovel snow?  Think about the buildup to this opening day to the point that $63 bucks for Promenade seats would be swooped up in minutes.  You wouldn’t as a Mets fan, how to get viagra no prescription venture up to the South Bronx for an opening day showdown with the Highlanders then head back to Citi Field for a Mets opening day? Two opening days in one season? Oh Hell yeah!!!!!

How to get viagra no prescription In fact since every day is an Inter-League game is the law of the land, how to get viagra no prescription every year should be Mets-Highlanders on opening day. How to get viagra no prescription Alternate the opening day game each year between Flushing and the South Bronx. How to get viagra no prescription Two games at Citi then two games at Highlanders Stadium and vice versa.  Fold into that fan friendly attractions for both sets of fans around the city to celebrate the return of baseball which is also the return of spring and warm weather, how to get viagra no prescription a total rebirth of the spirit of fans and all New Yorkers.

How to get viagra no prescription Sure you could have a snow storm on April 1 but you could also have a 75 degree day as well. How to get viagra no prescription April weather in NYC is a crap shoot. How to get viagra no prescription The average temps are 61 degrees for a high and 44 degrees for a low, how to get viagra no prescription which makes night games in April nuts. How to get viagra no prescription But four day games spilt between Citi Field and Highlanders Stadium to start the season is perfect.

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