Friday, July 20, 2007

Male bovine excrement

People are "applauding" Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig for finally deciding to attend Barry Bonds' games while Bonds approaches Hank Aaron's career homerun record.

For those of you who don't follow baseball, here's how this works. Aaron has 755 career home runs. As of this moment, Bonds has 753. Barry Bonds plays for the San Francisco Giants. The Giants are playing in Milwaukee, Wisconsin this weekend. Before becoming the commissioner, Bud Selig owned the Milwaukee Brewers (commissioners are not allowed to own a team).

Bud Selig did not step up to the plate to honor Barry Bonds. The plate came to him. He's not being respectful of the accomplishment, he's being a lazy son of a bitch. Bud was not willing to travel across the country to follow the chase for the record, so he just waited for the chase to come to him.

Hey, while you're at it, why don't you try to contract the Minnesota Twins again. Or cave into another players' strike. A-Rod needs $89 million dollars a year to play third base in New York.

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