From the NY Post:
Halcyon Jets alleged this month that Dykstra bounced a $7,000 check for a September flight from Las Vegas to Van Nuys, Calif.Give me one good reason why this guy isn't interviewed every day. Just one. See? You can't do it!
"That's my f- - -in' ashtray money, bro," he said. "I don't even know if I flew on their plane.
Dykstra also showed The Post the jacket lining of his charcoal-gray pinstripe suit. "See that purple label, bro? That's seven large."
And in future news, according to the NY Times, you can now get your kids’ DNA tested to see which sports they’re best suited for:
Good grief. Is there even a small chance that this lady will not make her kid turn total screwjob? I can’t wait until the test comes back that Noah could be good at basketball and then she takes to yelling at him in the driveway for playing with bugs instead of working on his post moves. “Well, it looks like someone doesn’t want a scholarship in fifteen and a half years! You’re making a disgrace of your whole genome!”
BOULDER, Colo. — When Donna Campiglia learned recently that a genetic test might be able to determine which sports suit the talents of her 2 ½-year-old son, Noah, she instantly said, Where can I get it and how much does it cost?
“I could see how some people might think the test would pigeonhole your child into doing fewer sports or being exposed to fewer things, but I still think it’s good to match them with the right activity,” Ms. Campiglia, 36, said as she watched a toddler class at Boulder Indoor Soccer in which Noah struggled to take direction from the coach between juice and potty breaks.