April 29, 2004

No, I Wouldn't Recommend Rubbing Them On Your Privates

Watch out for the Chesapeake Bay stripers, they're infecting fishermen.

Doctors believe rockfish in the Chesapeake Bay are carrying Mycobacterium marinum, a bacterium that watermen call "fish handler's disease." One stricken fisherman saw his hand swell to the size of a pork chop. The lump soon spread to his wrist, and his elbow began to stiffen.

Posted by Bigwig at April 29, 2004 12:39 PM | TrackBack
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Comments

You never know, this could be a new miracle cure for extreme cases of bunker ball!! Dawg, do you think you would be willing to further the cause of medical research as a test subject. Watch out for the dorsal fin when rubbing down!!

Posted by: Mason at April 30, 2004 10:48 AM

only if it causes swelling in the right area! can you imagine the case of elephantitus one would get after rubbing one of those on your balls?

Posted by: kevin at May 3, 2004 07:57 PM