Ban Baseball!

Whenever you see a statement like this

“He is not a monster. He’s a good boy who made a bad mistake. This is a mistake that will haunt both families for the rest of our lives,” the statement said.

you just know that something like this has happened:

A 13-year-old pitcher was accused of clubbing a teenage friend to death with a baseball bat, moments after the friend apparently teased him at a concession stand following his baseball team’s first loss of the season.

Hate to break it to you, mom and dad, but he is a monster, for according to witnesses “the two boys teased each other before the suspect pulled a bat from his bag and hit Rourke in the knees, then the head.”
He must have learned that combo from the Sopranos. Nice kid.
The dead one.

4 Responses to “Ban Baseball!”

  1. Crusader says:

    I dunno. You don’t have boys, and based on what I’ve seen at little league games, he well could have learned that move from watching parents. I firmly believe that little league games would clean up if they simply banned parents from watching. I heard about this on the way to work this morning, and sadly I was not shocked to hear it.

  2. Nightfly says:

    Good point, Crusader. If I may, I’d like to offer this recent offering from back at the Hive.
    And now, it looks like I have an update to work on. Damn it all.

  3. Mr. Bingley says:

    Part of our fiendish plan to make you post more, Nightfly.

  4. Nightfly says:

    Heheheheh. It’s working, too. My problem is, I use all the good stuff in the comments of other blogs and spend all my own time whimpering about “no NHL hockey.” Even my hockey buddies think I should give it a rest.

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