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You can debate the economic advantages, but new ballparks just have enormous sociological value.
Just think about how much sociology we'll get out of this ballpark. If it's anything compared to the amount of sociology that went into the ballpark, wow, just wow.
That park is great. Everyone who hates it probably also hates cupcakes.
Not only is the "art" installation hideous, but the outfield wall is a very unfortunate shade of green.
Cake is better.
Cake is better.
Cupcakes are just personal-size cakes!
Zambrano said the two 450-gallon fish tanks behind home plate, visible from the mound, might have a positive effect on his notoriously short temper when he pitches.
"That's a unique thing," he said. "I think fish tanks help people relax."
Over/under on how long until he smashes them with a bat?
I am going to a game at the new Marlins park in late May. Thanks for the spoiler alert, Selig.
Didn't Goebbels say that about the Olympiastadion?
This is becoming a big thing. I have a friend who makes cakes for weddings, and about half of the order requests she gets now are for a small wedding cake (display piece, plus for the cutting of the cake picture) plus cupcakes for the guests.
The trend played out years ago. Personal size cakes are still great, just as they were before the trend.
I have seen the future, and it is small savory pies.
Humidity helps a ball travel further.
Also, samosas have been ubiquitous in farmers markets forever. But I agree that meat pies are still on the rise. And that's a trend I can get behind.
Tuck Shop in the east village does a solid aussie-style pie. (Not that I'd have any idea what the difference between Aussie and New Zealish style pies is.)
Cake is overrated. I prefer pie.
I have never understood America's shocking failure to embrace meat pies. Americans are fat bastards who love meat, baked goods, and food that can be consumed on the go, all of which applies to meat pies. And yet, there is literally one single place in all of NYC where you can get a proper British pork pie
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