Sadly, this Fold-In rings as true today as it did when Al Jaffee first wrote it in way back in 1965. The more things change, the more they stay the same.
Click the image to see the answer.
Legendary baseball fraud Roger Clemens beat the steroid-perjury rap yesterday when a jury declared him innocent of lying to Congress — thereby boosting his chances of getting into to the Hall of Fame from “zero” to “hopelessly remote.” On the off chance that he does make it, here’s the plaque that awaits him in Cooperstown.
This past weekend, comedian Bill Maher revealed that he bought a 4% interest in the New York Mets. Knowing the outspoken Maher, we expect it's only a matter of time before he begins butting into team affairs and throwing his weight around. Just like on his HBO show, Real Time, Maher will soon begin imposing some ridiculous "New Rules."
Miami Marlins coach Ozzie Guillen was suspended for five games after stating that he “loved” and “respected” longtime Cuban dictator Fidel Castro. Last time we checked, the constitution protected free speech — even free stupid speech.
The Mets have struck a deal to pay $162 million to settle claims that they knew disgraced financier Bernie Madoff was running a Ponzi scheme. How the beleaguered team owner, Fred Wilpon, will come up with the money is now the big question. Here’s MAD with the big answers…
The Boston Red Sox and the Atlanta Braves will go down in baseball history as the two biggest team collapses in September ever. With the Triple Crown of terrible pitching, poor hitting and spectacularly shoddy fielding, the teams brilliantly sealed their elimination from postseason play.
When Derek Jeter triumphantly battled the Rays pitching this weekend and smacked a crushing home run for his 3,000th career hit, he was greeted as a conquering hero by the entire Yankees team as he crossed home plate. While the scene was like something out of a Hollywood script, we couldn’t help wondering what was really going through the Yankees Captain’s mind as he rounded the bases.