Here we have one Abraham Kortotki, 65, who as you can plainly see is not a woman. (Also not a woman). After being eliminated from a regular poker tournament in Atlantic City, he decided, for whatever reason, to enter a ladies-only tourney. I see no way anything could go wrong with that plan.
(Kortotki will collect his winnings as soon as he passes a gender test)
He won. Now the chicks are pissed off, and would like to scratch his eyes out among other things. Especially peeved is the second-place finisher, who was hoping to use the prize money to help defer the cost of a mastectomy. Yep, just another day in Jersey.
On the list of things I think about on a regular basis, “What if Brett Favre were a woman?” is not in the top … well heck, it’s not on the list at all. But Scoop Jackson, he’s got another list entirely. In a development which will make you long for the good old days when this site featured a ban on all Favre mentions, we have this: Scoop’s latest ESPN Page 2 column. Warning: It’s about four different kinds of crazy.
The column begins: “If he were a woman …” and it only gets stranger from there. I’m pretty sure I know the point Scoop is trying to make: If a woman took this long to make up her mind, boy, she’d never get away with that! But the problem is, that notion is barely interesting enough to support one sentence, let alone an entire column.