Maybe I don't understand the inner workings of the business world, but aren't you allowed to tell someone to hit the bricks after you hand them $2.1 billion for a baseball team? Especially when his public approval rating is pretty much the exact opposite of yours?
Of course, Magic Johnson's image is pretty unassailable and he's a great guy, which is probably why he agreed to be seen with Frank McCourt for three hours at the Dodgers opener in San Diego on Thursday. Still, you can't convince me that Magic didn't think of getting up for a hot dog and never coming back. Is that what he's thinking in this picture?
So have at it, amateur Internet copy editors of the world. How should this caption read?
Follow the jump for winners from the last C-a-C featuring Ryan Howard:
1st — Al. "That's not the ticket sales window, it's the Phillies new kissing booth."
2nd — Brian P. "For the last time, this isn't a movie theater, and we aren't showing Hunger Games!"
3rd — Boops. "I'm sorry mam, but you must have me confused with someone else. My name is Roger Murdock. I'm the co-ticket-agent."
HM — Chaz. "I work here part time, but please don't tell anyone — I'd prefer to keep it on the DL."
HM — Justin. "It was either this or the Phanatic costume."