Monday, March 2, 2009

First A-Rod, now Letterman

The sporting world is still dealing with the reality of steroid use--especially in professional baseball. Just a few weeks ago, Alex Rodriguez (commonly known as "A-Rod") was forced to admit that he took steroids from 2001-2003 while he played with the Texas Rangers. While I don't condone the use of performance enhancement drugs, you could understand why A-Rod would resort to something since he played for the Rangers (that was a cheap shot directed exclusively at Mr. E--the only Texas Ranger fan that I'm actually aware of).

But it gets worse. In the fallout since A-Rod's reluctant admission of guilt, Late Show talk show host David Letterman (from my home town of Indianapolis) has also come forward...

8 comments:

Arby said...

This explains why his head has gotten so big over the years!

Mr. E said...

Hey, don't make fun of Ranger fans, it's not like the Reds have done much better the past few years; however, things are looking better for both teams. I hope they can play each other in the World Series in 2010!

Big Doofus said...

LIST OF REDS WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONSHIPS:

* 1919
* 1940
* 1975
* 1976
* 1990

LIST OF RANGERS WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONSHIPS:

* (sound of crickets chirping)

Arby said...

Wow. The Cubs don't look so bad after all...

Uvulapie said...

–noun 1. the town or city in which a person lives or was born, or from which a person comes.


Iz yew ashamed uv yer heritage, boy? Don' be makin me un' yer New Haven kin pile intuh the fambly el camino an drive down thar an teach yew what fer! Fancy city slicker...

Big Doofus said...

I aint never gunna be ashaymed of my New Haven hairytedge.

But I've lived down here for almost half of my life now, so it's become home.

However, I officially separate myself from DNA deficient slackers like you and your three-headed baby (who may have a future in the circus--you'll make millions for sure.)

hunnybeemay said...

I love me some Letterman!

Steve Martin said...

I think my pastor is taking Human Growth Hormone.

His sermons have just a little more 'pop' than they used to.

Should I report him to someone?