Thursday, March 22, 2007


Commodore Nation:

The friendly wager I have placed with Messrs O'Shea and O'Toole has been arranged in the spirit of good competition and clean fun. The terms of the bet were constructed based on odds calculated by experts in Atlantic City, Las Vegas, Monte Carlo and Leseur, Minn., the home of our lead sponsor, the Jolly Green Giant Company.

If the Georgetown Hoyas, the team representing my hometown of Washington, D.C, fail to defeat the Vanderbilt Commodores, I have agreed to do the following:

1) Allow Mr. O'Shea, Mr. O'Toole, or one of their associates, to fashion my hair in the mullet style.

2) Accompany Messrs. O'Shea and O'Toole to a bar, restaurant, or general public meeting place while wearing said mullet before trimming it.

If the Vanderbilt Commodores, the team representing the Vanderbilt Sports Line, fail to defeat the Georgetown Hoyas, I am entitled to the following:

1) A single burrito from California Tortilla, Chipotle, Qdoba Mexican Grill, or a comparable institution.

2) A six-pack of the beer of my choosing.

3) A single copy of the most current issue of Sports Illustrated for Women, our secondary sponsor.

May the best blogger win.


1 comment:

Seamus O'Toole said...

I'm beginning to question whether it makes sense for myself and Messr O'Shea, should we win this wager, to accompany Marty anywhere while wearing this mullet.

The satisfaction of the humor would be immense, to be sure, but the damage to my and O'Shea's sterling reputations could be irrevocable.

Thus I add a caveat: should we win, we must accompany Dr. MZ to a public location with mullet in tow, but are under no obligation to act in such a way as to lead others to believe that we know and associate with said mullet-wearer.

Also, photographic evidence of attractive girls giggling at aforementioned mullet must be allowed, encouraged, and indeed published on this media outlet.