Thursday, February 21, 2008

Barry Bonds is a sad, sad individual. The recently revealed typo which mistakenly cited Bonds had failed a drug test in 2001 [the correct year is 2000] motivated the mongoloid, syringed slugger to declare "the damage to the case was already done," the AP says. Roger Clemens based his case on the word "misremember" and Bonds is building his defense around the idea that a typo recants a positive drug test. These guys have to be long lost brothers, right? At least within whatever fairy tale world they now inhabit.

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