A new and wonderful voice has been found in the world of performance art. The Baseball Writers’ Association of America has splashed onto the scene with a piece that will leave audiences baffled and entertained for generations: Their 2014 Hall-of-Fame ballots. One member of the troupe, Ken Gurnick, only voted for one eligible player. That player was the thoroughly average Jack Morris. Gurnick explained, "What I was trying to say in own way through my work, is that the war in Iraq was wrong and should be ended." Veteran member Tony Renck fed his filled-out ballot to a sick otter and mailed in the excrement it left behind, which explains his vote for Curt Schilling. Rob Biertempfel filled out his ballot so that the first letter of each name spelled out "Slayer Rules". "What I was trying to say is that Slayer rules", Mr. Biertempfel explained. Maybe the boldest artistic expression of all was made by Dan Le Batard, who gave his vote to a web-site best known for showing nude photos of athletes. "I just did it for the art to be honest," Le Batard explained, "really the last thing any of us baseball writers want is attention for our work".
Author's Note: I don't actually care about the HOF voting to be honest. I just think this is the logical conclusion to where it's all headed eventually.
PS I think the fake ones are only slightly less ridiculous than the real ones