July 4, 2008

Clemens Doesn't Like Dushbags

The Smoking Gun:
What can a baseball fan learn from a series of e-mails exchanged by Roger Clemens and Brian McNamee, the trainer who has accused the baseball star of using performance-enhancing drugs? Well, Clemens can't spell the words "douchebag" or "lawsuits," uses the word "rocket" in his e-mail address, and signed electronic missives with his uniform number, 22.
"TOUGH ALL DAY"

That's gold, Jerry! Gold!

3 comments:

Patrick said...

The way he calls himself 22, reminds me of talking in the third person. YO, 22 ain't feelin those dushbags!


I don't like that these issues have such a negative impact on their children and families. I don't know about Debbie, but I doubt the Clemens boys have ever juiced. That's not fair.

andy said...

Clemens is a good example of a person who is not smart.

Captain Obvious strikes again.

L-girl said...

I don't like that these issues have such a negative impact on their children and families. I don't know about Debbie, but I doubt the Clemens boys have ever juiced. That's not fair.

What's not fair? That kids have to live with their parents' stupidity? Definitely not fair.

It's part of being a child - your parents' stupidity (abuse, neglect, addiction, selfishness, low self-esteem, etc. etc.) affects you, and you have no escape. The Clemens children are no different from any other kids when it comes to that.