Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Randy Foye is different...

...and may have an unfair advantage.

Thanks to my friend (and Minnesota fan), Jason for this little bit. Turns out, Randy Foye, isn't like you and me. His heart is on the opposite side, along with the rest of his internal organs. Wierd. I'm not sure if this condition (Situs inversus) had anything to do with his game-winning, runner off the glass last night, with 1.8 on the clock, to beat me Bulls, but I'm not ruling it out either.
So, when he puts his hand over his heart during the national anthem, he puts it on the other side? How can I be asked to not fear something so unAmerican. He's tried to keep it a secret for most of his life, not caring for the extra attention. To bad, Randy. It's out there and I'm freaked. I call for his immediate suspension. Get this guy on the table, cut him open and see if there are any valuable nutrients he can offer us.

4 comments:

Jerious Norwood said...

Agreed. His potential to shock and awe us an anatomical curiosity far exceeds his ability to wow us on the basketball court. Under the knife with him, for as a great philosopher (or Spock) put it... The needs of the many, outweigh the needs of the few.

Badcock said...

Usually people with that condition (I think it's a chromosome-thing) don't live. They're definitely not supposed to play professional basketball.

Jerious Douchewood, was that a reference to Star Trek 2? Don't you realize Phil is trying to get this blog off the ground? Do you suppose a reference to Star Trek is going to help out?

Khan! KHAN!

Phil said...

It is the best Star Trek.

Jerious Norwood said...

Its ironic that littlecock would refer to me as 'douchewood' since his mama has smelly privates.