The mood has definitely turned sour, as the Royals trail the A's 5-2, and a rough start from Banny should mean there'll only be eight features written on him next week, instead of twelve.
You just can't go against Emil Brown and Mike Sweeney in a revenge game, can you? Well, actually, just Emil, since Sweeney didn't play and doesn't want revenge.
But what is happiness anyway, and how can we achieve it?
Ruskin tellingly remarked ''a man wrapped up in himself makes a very small parcel'', and this, alas, characterises too many people. The limited surface area of such parcels does not attract much of the golden dust of satisfaction.
The true equation between happiness and wealth is this: that happiness is wealth. Unlike wealth in the form of money and possessions, such happiness can never be quantified, only felt; and if one has it, it does not matter if the level of it always stays the same.