If you've been following the news lately, there's a lot of news about sports.
Not much of it good. Let's take a brief look at the latest...
The NHL season is off again, after nearly being on, after being called off, after being called off at the beginning of the season.
Jose Conseco comes out and claims everybody, including the bat boy, been juicing. Including graphic tales of needles in bathroom stalls.
Tedy Bruschi, linebacker for the New England Patriots, has a stroke(!) a few weeks after his team wins the Super Bowl.
Long gone are the days when you could take a family of four to a game and enjoy an evening out, have a few hot dogs, etc. for under a $100.
This could spell the death of sports as we now know it. No longer will the kids be able to look up to their heros in the big leagues.
But, on the bright side, it's been years since atheltes have given a damn about the kids. Refusing to sign autographs, etc. But now maybe the kids will be able to visit their favorite atheltes, in person. Of course, we'll have to drive them down to the state pen. Visiting hours between 1 and 5.