The argument has been on here for years it has seem. Is the ballpark too far from any major cities like Dallas? The answer is an outstanding yes. Before the ballpark was built I never went out of the Dallas county line. Heck I didn't even know there was a county 10 minutes from me. It turns out there is, and it's called tarrant county. The ballpark is in tarrant county. Yeah not even in the same county as me. So I went to mapquest to see the distance between Dallas, and Arlington. 21 fucking miles, and 29 minutes to get there. Can you believe that shit? With traffic its probably at least 45 minutes and that is if you don't get stuck behind one of those tractors that drive on the road. Fuck you farmer john drive on the fucking grass like your tractor was made for. Fucking rednecks.
You know from Arlington I can't even see any high rise buildings! None! How the fuck am I supposed to know which way is north, and which way is south? You know what else? I can breathe out there without inhaling a plume of smoke! Fucking shit. The first day I went to the ballpark I got lost for an hour, and ended up in some city called Burleson. I was the only one there who had A/C in their car. I tried to ask for directions and they had no fucking idea what I was asking. Sorry I don't sound like a country redneck. I actually use words like direction, and juxtaposition. Finally some guy came around who was also lost, and we finally figured out how to get there. Not before seeing way too many muffin tops, and asscracks. I did an actual drawing of how far the ballpark is from Dallas.
As you can see galaxy travel is required. I don't know about you, but I don't want to have to fire up my spaceship just to get to the game. They have to do something about this. It's just a matter of fact they are losing business, and not only that they're embarrassing themselves with the far out rednecks that neighbor the ballpark. I don't expect any changes because they probably don't get internet at the ballpark, but if someone could mail this to them it'd be greatly appreciated.
Thanks for your time, Sincerely a concerned city fan.