Has got to be the worst phrase in the history of life. Does anybody ever say that after something good happens? No, it's always after something bad happens. To me, it's not just sports. I spend more time watching and thinking about sports than I do anything in my life. I am as emotionally invested in sports as I am anything other than maybe my family. Is that sad? Sure, maybe. Is it embarrassing? Maybe, but not to me. If you're one of those people who can casually watch sports and not really care, god bless you, but I am not one of those people. When you people are watching sitcoms or Jersey Shore or talking about stocks or finances, I'm watching ESPN and talking about sports. I'm looking up Drew Stubbs' and Chris Heisey's splits. If the Reds complete the choke job tomorrow, I'll be depressed about it for literally weeks. Sure enough, somebody will have the meatballs to tell me "it's just sports." I hate it. I don't tell you what to care about or emotionally invest it, you shouldn't tell me either.