Monday, June 30, 2008

Casey Mears and What's Next?

Pity Casey Mears. Thirty years old and he’s a failure. Kicked out on his tush by the dream team owner, a friend of his family’s for years. Santa-faced Rick Hendrick, he who acts like a father to Junior, uncle to JJ and Jeff, found Casey lacking. One win isn’t enough. Santa isn’t bringing any toys for the black sheep child this year.

Other factors probably come into play as well. Kellogs may not want to sponsor a father who isn’t marrying his baby’s mama. Sure Jeff and Ingrid had Ella in the oven when they said their vows, but they did the traditional thing and got married. JJ’s lovely wife exudes class. Casey’s situation just isn’t the image a powerhouse team wants to project. So Casey had to go. Family cuts ties with loser youngest son. Boy, it’s tough being Casey Mears this year.

The good news is, he still has the Mears name. He's a decent driver. Life will even out after this year's turmoil. I'm still hoping he does the right thing to give his baby a father who stepped up to the plate and manned up.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dang, girl. I don't know if I agree with you on this one. There is nothing worse for a child than a mom and dad who shouldn't have gotten married. I know. This is something only they can work out. Should he had kept his...um...zipper up or should she had kept her pants up? Sure. But if they should marry or not is best decided between them.
Char

Tracy said...

All I'm saying, Char, is that they can get married for the baby's sake. Divorce immediately, I don't care, just as long as the baby's not called a "b.....d" by his friends when he starts school. You know how cruel kids can be.

Anonymous said...

I guess you're right. But it's not like it was in our day. Kids today couldn't care less about that.