Saturday, September 29, 2007

Counterargument #2

No! Don't tell Marc Ecko to do with his own ball!

First of all, I like Gilbert Arenas. Great player, good guy, entertaining personality and a blogger to boot. We need more Gilbert Arenas's. Hope he rehabbed well.

You know what else I hope? That Marc Ecko ignores Agent Zero (and you, Kane) and does whatever he wants with the ball. It's his. He paid $752,467 for it. I doubt he's gonna turn around and sell it back to you, Gilbert, or else he wouldn't have bought it in the first place. Do I think that Barry Bonds cheated? I strongly assume that he did. Do I think homerun ball 756 should be branded with an asterisk and sent to the Hall, to be displayed for generations of young baseball fans to see for the rest of time? No, I don't. I think that's ridiculous. He hasn't been proven guilty.

But I also didn't spend three-quarters of a million dollars on a baseball, so it's not really my choice. Marc Ecko bought the baseball. He paid much money for it. He decided that he didn't want to keep it, only to have the fans decide it's fate. The fans voted to send it to the Hall of Fame with an asterisk on it. Cooperstown will accept.

Kane, do I tell you what to do with your property? No. You have the very first Sports Illustrated issue. A very important piece of sports memorabilia. I've never told you to give it to me, have I? Aight den. So you can't tell Marc Ecko what to do with his baseball. And Gilbert, you can't have it.

Oh, and one more thing: Kane, how do you know that Ecko couldn't launch the ball into space? Do you have proof of that? You don't know what Marc Ecko is capable of! He's Marc Ecko! Also, he's associated with Fiddy Cent. You better stop talking bad about Marc Ecko, for the benefit of your own health.

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