Roger Clemens tweeted a statement about his failure to make the Hall of Fame. Or, should I say, he tweeted an image of his statement. The sentiment: not surprising. The font: unfortunate:
And if anyone knows what “Muchie Peachie” means, well, just keep it to yourself, OK? I really don’t want to know.
Remember back in June when New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady attempted to trademark “Tom Terrific?” And how everyone laughed at him because anyone who knows the first thing about sports knows that Tom Seaver, not Brady, was the first — and, frankly, only — “Tom Terrific?”
Well, our laughing was validated because his application was rejected by the Patent and Trademark Office because of a “false connection” with Tom Seaver. That’s the report from trademark lawyer Josh Gerben, who analyzes Brady’s failed bid here:
Next up on Great Moments in Hubris, I presume, will be my often ridiculous alma mater. But for now:
Sit down, son.