Thursday, March 09, 2006

It's Clear It's Time for Me to Come Clean

INOTBB used a vast array of blog-enhancing drugs, including wine with dinner and typing finger growth hormone, for at least five seasons beginning in 1998, according to a napkin filled with scrawl written by two San Francisco Chronicle letters-to-the-editor writers.

Beginning in 1998 with injections in his buttocks of Sillyol, the same drug used in the writing of the movie Airplane! and last year by President Bush when he nominated Harriet Miers to the Supreme Court, INOTBB's massive doping regimen grew more sophisticated as the years went on, according to Blog of Shadows, a book to be released later this month written by reporters Mark Wada-Wantafrumme and Lance Link.

Wada-Wantafrumme and Link write that "more than a dozen people either had been told directly that he was using banned drugs, had seen him using the drugs with their own eyes, or had seen him using drugs with someone else's eyes," according to a book excerpt in this week's Pica Picayune.

Blogger did not ban snark-enhancing drugs until after the 2002 season, though there has long been suspicion that some largely ignored if still somehow convinced they were as important to blogging as say, oh, Barry Bonds was to baseball, bloggers such as INOTBB were taking steroids to write that next entry. According to the book, INOTBB has ben quoted as saying, "My deadline is now, dude, what have you got for that?" This book is yet another distraction for INOTBB, which has become as accustomed to steroids questions in recent years as it has inquiries related to its powerful left-handed swing.

"I read it, man. I was lost. I didn't even know there were that many kind of steroids," said Cubs manager Dusty Baker, who was asked questions because he likes to talk. "I've never even seen steroids. I didn't even know what kind of steroids are steroids other than the kinds you use to fight allergies....I was quite surprised with the detail that was in there. Oh, what's a blog? Whatever it is, I bet Neifi Perez has a great one."

INOTBB was motivated to take blog-enhancing drugs by the TBogg v. Michael Bérubé chase of the single-season site visit record in 1998 and he had never taken any before 1998.


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