Wednesday, October 12, 2005

It's orgy time, Vikings

How can anyone have the same level of respect and adoration for the Vikings after hearing the details of their near-orgy on Lake Minnetonka last Thursday?

World of B caught Dan Barreiro's interview with the cruise company's attorney. Stephen Doyle was interviewed on Bumper to Bumper locally heard on KFAN but few details beyond what had already been broadcast earlier on the Common Man Progrum from Noon-2 PM on KFAN.

This is definitely not a made up story. What on earth would a charter boat company's young employees stand to gain from exposing this sort of behavior, behavior which some of the female staff made them feel threatened and one crew member was apparently propositioned by one of the 17 Vikings players on the boats.

My math skills may be a bit rusty but with 17 Vikings players and a total of 90 people on board (excluding the crew) leaves over 70 women. Of course I am assumng that the remainder were, in fact, women. Around a bunch of already drunk and slovenly football players, that would surely lead to something far beyond a Mardi-Gras atmosphere.

Insiders in the media, as said by Dan 'The Common Man' Cole on KFAN, have far more details than the general public know. From his two hours spent on this topic, it reads much like a letter to Penthouse.

I think that this will put the nail coffin for the Vikes getting a new stadium anytime soon.

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