Monday, August 27, 2007

Erin Andrews is not the biggest problem facing 12 year-old boys

A quaintly unhinged, stream of consciousness rant against the Little League World Series by Philadelphia talk radio host Sandy Penner, who has unwisely attempted to use the written word as a means of communication. Take a drink for every instance of alarmist "what are they doing to our kids?!" horribles identified for which there were no examples extant during this year's LLWS or that would simply go away if ESPN turned off their cameras. The most ridiculous statement in the whole bit, however, is this:

For the record, I'm not anti-Little League baseball. I played for many years growing up right here in Philadelphia. They were fun summers, and I look back on them fondly. However, when the game was over, we went to South Philly for water ice, not straight to an interview session with Erin Andrews.

Dude, if you're trying to say that little league is messed up today, citing "chance to meet Erin Andrews" as evidence is not helping your cause. But enjoy your water ice, whatever the hell that is.

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