Obviously, I would need to be paid $500 and furnished with a complimentary helicopter ride to actual attend this event featuring a felonious Yankees fan who say's words in between catchy vocal choruses(I got 99 problems but talent ain't one) and a little white dude with hair way too curly(it makes me uncomfortable).
In recent years the only thing worse than the sound quality at Fenway has been the quality of the baseball team taking the field.
Good for ownership, though. These guys get it. You sell the "experience" as it will be passed on to your friends and family for years and folks will ignore the fact that they had a truly dismal night featuring acoustics out of early DR Who episodes, hobbit-sized seats, long lines full of plastered BU kids and finally and performance by a guy who rhymes dumb stuff to dumb people.
That said......and this kills me to say it..........Justin Timberlake is extremely talented and by all accounts a very nice guy which makes me hate him more. There is nothing I can do that he can't do better.
It was Sir Robert Frost who spoke of Winter's angry onslaught in 1856 - "She hath the fury to unfurl in frigid enormity that which could only attack with consent of heaven, and a wink from the devil."*
Personally, I like to use this kind of weather event to trot out two ferociously-tired cliches and little nothings to say to folks:
"Looks like we're gettin' a little bit o' the white stuff"- That is the undisputed king. No good employee at anything has ever said that. That same person see's you drinking a Pepsi in the morning and say's "Breakfast of champions!."
"Nice beach weather"- This person has deep psychological issues. He uses this as a verbal smoke bomb intended to render the listener (victim)confused for long enough that the perpetrator can rush away and track shipment on an incoming parcel of Romanian(mostly snuff) films.
So just remember guys, even though shoveling two feet of snow is humorless try to keep your spirits up and make the most of it.
*He never said that and he's not a Sir and rid your brain of that nonsense and I'm sorry I wasted your time.