I went to the lone Mets win of the series against the Phillies. They still have the ability to be a competitive team next year if Bay and Beltran return to their career averages and Santana is back by the end of April, but I still say 2012 is the year.
You can check out my polling history at http://www.bcsfanpoll.com/user/arrabin56/. My history goes back to week 7 of 2008. And make sure to join yourself, speak on the forums, and apply for official pollster status after 4 weeks!
A whole lot of primaries were today, and while (Fun Fact #23:)I am a registered independent, I am rooting strongly for Nassau County DA Kathleen Rice in her Democratic primary for New York Attorney General. I found her very likable in the few times I met her when I interned at the Nassau County Democratic Committee, and from everything I have heard she has done a very good job, especially on DUI/DWI cases, setting up a separate Drunk Driving Court.
I feel very split about the New Hampshire and Delaware Republican Senate primaries to replace Republican Judd Gregg and Democrat Ted Kaufman respectively (remember Fun Fact #8? I just used it there.) On one hand, if the Tea Party/Conservative candidates win, this increases the Democrats odds of winning these two seats. On the other, if the more moderate candidates win, they hold a better chance of defeating the Democrats, but I'd much rather have them in the Senate than their conservative counterparts. We'll see what happens.
I don't know if I've mentioned it yet, but you are now able to see all the Fun Facts from different blog posts at http://arrfiles.blogspot.com/p/fun-facts.html.
That's all for now. Time for some Civil Prodedure. I'll check in tomorrow.