Monday, January 11, 2010

Mark McGwire: Meh...

"Now that I have become the hitting coach for the St. Louis Cardinals, I have the chance to do something that I wish I was able to do five years ago," is how McGwire began his statement -- which, in the business of doping confessions by professional baseball players, is a way to get your version of the news out there without having to face any media scrutiny, or verify any facts.


  1. The same drugs that made him a super slugger, I give to ICU patients so their lungs will work with ventilators. Now if I could only get someone to push the vent up to homeplate... Seriously, who is going to give someone who is close to dieing any crap?

  2. Fair enough, Anon. I think you're dissing MM and standing up for your patients, but I'm not entirely sure. Thanks for the comment, though.


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