"I'm Ted Turner and I used to own everything."OK, not really.   Not from a New York Mets fan perspective anyway.   The Mets record of futility at Atlanta's Turner Field continued Monday night as Mets starter Johan Santana (8-6) staggered at the start allowing 3 runs in the 1st inning.   Omar Infante singled leading off then Jason Heyward walked.   Chipper Jones hit a double play grounder but Luis Castillo bobbled the transfer and the Mets only got 1 out on the play.   Matt Diaz opened the scoring with an RBI double then the newly acquired Rick Ankiel turned his 1st home at bat as a Brave into a 2-run single and the Braves had a 3-0 lead.   Santana struck out David Ross to end the inning, the 1st of 11 strike outs in 7 innings, but the damage was done."We're not us, we're two other fellows."From there the Mets appeared to hang their heads.   Their solo run in the 5th inning on a Carlos Beltran RBI double cut it to 3-1 but a Jones solo home run in the 7th got that run back and the Mets could muster no more offense against Braves starter Tim Hudson (12-5) and 3 relievers including ex-Met Billy Wagner who tossed a 1-2-3 9th for his 25th save.   With their backs against the wall all the Mets could produce offensively was 8 hits, 7 singles.   Final score Atlanta 4, New York 1.box score