Monday, May 11, 2009

Steroids approved for Quincy little leaguers by unanimous vote

Article by Brunk Edwards / Photo courtesy of the World Wide Web

In anticipation of Major League Baseball eventually giving up and accepting steroids as part of the game, Quincy little league officials have decided to set the example and be the first in the nation to approve the use of performance enhancing drugs.

Last night's game was the first to feature the added health hazard in which Quincy lost 14-2 to Roxbury. Many Quincy children spent the night in the hospital after their bodies failed to adjust to the drastic training regimen set forth by former KGB bodybuilder and KILL$QUAD member, YoYo Stah, who apparently did not take into account the size difference between the young children and a full grown adult.

The part time white collar rapper and multiple convicted felon had no comment at the time of this article. Parents and teachers, however, remain optimistic that the children will survive and be healthy enough to play Hingham next week.

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