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He crushes it in an interview with Boston Magazine.
PHENOMENAL, LBJ..... YOU ARE A HERO.... AND BTW I CLICKED ON THE ARTICLE HIGHLIGHTED THAT HAS BIG PAPI'S TAKE ON HIS FAILED TEST....... EVERY BASEBALL FAN IN THE ENTIRE WORLD SHOULD READ IT........ IF YOU BELIEVE HIS SPIN ON THINGS, THEN YOU BELIEVE IN SANTA CLAUS, THE EASTER BUNNY, THE TOOTH FAIRY, AND THAT ELVIS IS STILL ALIVE..... HE'S NO DIFFERENT THAN AROD IN THAT SITUATION....HE WAS CAUGHT, BUT STILL DENIES IT. PAPI KNOWS HOW TO LIE BETTER....... HE IS A FRAUD!!!...... PLUS THAT ARTICLE IS TAINTED IN MY OPINION.....IT SAYS PAPI IS TESTED RANDOMLY EVERYWHERE (AND THEY SAY THEY DO A BLOOD TEST)....I BELIEVE THAT IS UNTRUE....LAST I HEARD, BASEBALL IS STILL NOT ALLOWED TO DO BLOOD TESTING ON PLAYERS, IT IS IN THE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT.....THEY PROBABLY TAKE HIS URINE, BUT NOT HIS BLOOD........ I MAY HAVE TO GET THE T-SHIRTS.
The article reminded me of the Terry Bradshaw-ism- - he couldn't spell cat if you spotted him the c and the a.And LBJ is indeed a hero for this one.
LBJ toyed with him like a cat with a mouse. Masterful. Love how the trembling Bostonians are getting so worked up about this, as though we owe Big Pill Papi anything.
Ortiz will always be remembered in my family as The Guy With The Giant Head.LBJ will be remembered as a genius, an oracle, a supreme rascal, and a guy with far too much time on his hands who found a way to put it to good and lasting use.Brilliant interview. If Ortiz had an ounce of decency, he would at least publicly tip his giant, malformed hat to our hero, LBJ.
GOD BLESS YOU LBJ!!!! Your 'project' has filled my heart with soooooooooo much joy, vim and vigor, I honestly can't thank you enough. BWAH HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!MOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONBIGPOOOOOOOPIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Wow, guys, thanks for your kind words.Truth be told, my favorite part of it all was getting getting this supremely insulting link about Boston ... published in Boston Magazine. The second best part was referring to the writer as "my young, trembling Bostonian" (I believe he's 24 years old) and having him actually include it in the article, even though it clearly bothered him.Mmmmmm-bwahahahahaha.
Very funny story, LBJ, but I think your link is borked. Try this one.
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