Monday, December 22, 2008

Keeping The Faith

Bad touch - BAD TOUCH!

In an unusual piece of news that slipped past the rest of the universe, it seems that the White Sox have made the news yet again: we're providing an environment to lend a "helping hand" in the community. Most notably, we're helping Daniel McCormack, and two young boys looking for a new way to "connect" with the church:

The $1.2 million settlement, approved Tuesday in Cook County Circuit Court, involves allegations that the boy was sexually abused by McCormack at the school in 2004 and at a White Sox game at U.S. Cellular Field in 2005.

While there were a total of five victims of Daniel "Frisky Hands" McCormack, the majority of the molestations took place at the rectory, making this less exciting than I was hoping for. Still - at a Sox game? Where can you even do that at a game? Is there a booth to the left of the churros stand for that sort of thing? Or maybe that was the dark secret behind the new "Fundamentals" deck when it was first put in during the 2005 season.

Well, at least he had the common sense to molest the kids during the championship season - if you're going to leave a lasting impression, make sure it's really a lasting season.

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