Sunday, May 30, 2010

Yankees, dejected and disillusioned by MLB attack on team blog, collapse

They must be laughing in the Kremlin today...

Not only did Rug Selig's suited predator drones take out the IT IS HIGH/Summer YouTube Beach Party, but now they're affecting Yankee team play itself. The Bombers -- demoralized by the Top Kill legal mechanisms that have now ended the WinWarble -- crumbled against Cleveland like a chunk of sidewalk chalk -- so Selig's used-car dealer/small market baseball owner fantasies can finally play out in the real world. Just like a reality TV show!

If MLB can destroy the Yankees -- through IIH, of course -- it will drive down the cost of free agency until Carl Crawford is earning less than a drive-thru automaton at Wendy's, and MLB will achieve NFL-like parity -- because let's face it, when it comes to paying the help, they're communists at heart.

ALSO: THANKS TO JOHN STERLING who gave us a shout-out yesterday in the 7th. He called our name. We'd play it for you, but for the MLB cone of silence.


Bye Bye Balboni said...

I just want to say that I'm going to stick with IIH like a barnacle even if it was the mash-ups that sucked me in to begin with. If IIH goes, the terrorists win. Simple as that.

JM said...

hey, don't any of you guys know a decent lawyer? this kind of crap has happened over and over on the web, and there is a fair use of copyrighted material in some instances. parody, satire count, as does the fact you don't make money off of it.

really, if this was applied to every blog, a lot would shut down. they post or repost copyrighted music, photos and videos all the time.

and if you need money for a lawyer, ask for money strictly to be used for that purpose. I'd give, I bet a lot of other readers would, too.

put up a post or two and a 'give' button through paypal or whatever.

this is unconscionable! there should be rioting with pitchforks in the streets! we must fight this oppressive regime! directly if possible, subversively if not!

Masked Raider Alphonso said...

I can tell you this......last night's shout out from
John ( actually, it was two games ago ) must be heard.

If I have to go underground, it will be heard.

Fair warning.

Joe De Pastry said...

Maybe the She-fan can get something into the New York Times about this and an IP lawyer will rush to the rescue pro bono.

And, by the way, Joba makes me nauseous.