Saturday, November 17, 2007

Unplanned sports talk

So Barry Bonds has been indicted and it sounds like there is a good chance he'll end up spending some time in prison.

For what?

For allegedly lying about whether or not he took steroids.

Is it really such a big freakin' deal? How does something so petty and insignificant even make it into the court system? What a waste of American tax dollars!!!

Now don't go thinking I'm some kind of Barry Bonds fan or anything like that. I hate baseball, and as far as I can tell, Barry Bonds is a cheating-ass jerkwad. But being a cheating-ass jerkwad of a baseball player is not a crime.

I can think of another cheating-ass jerkwad who also happens to be a war criminal and an enemy of the American people. He ought to live in the Big House--the pound-me-in-the-ass variety. Instead he lives in the White House.

Why isn't George Bush facing this kind of scrutiny and prosecution?

PS - I've watched some of my footage from the night Bonds broke the home run record, and I think there may be some compelling stuff. Perhaps I'll be able to upload a rough edit of some of that stuff soon.

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I read somewhere that a New York Knicks player was fined $180,000 for missing a game the other night. Big deal; he won't miss it.

$180,000 may be chump change for most professional athletes, but you know what I could do with $180,000?

I could open a really nice, well-equipped pizzeria and support myself for the rest of my life. I could create some decent jobs for a handful of people who currently have crappy jobs. I could do a lot of good stuff for myself and my community. Oh yeah, and I could pay it all back, plus interest.

But these guys just throw away $180,000 like it's nothing. What a waste.

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One more thing:

Go Bucks!
Beat the shit out of those Michigan pussies!!!

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