José Canseco Has Joined Forces with Our Robot Overlords
The always entertaining and completely unhinged José Canseco is back in the news.
Now you may be asking yourself what's changed in the world of José Canseco since February 2017.
For 60 years Robots have been systematically destroying us in clandestine economy based war started when eniac was turned on— Jose Canseco (@JoseCanseco) February 20, 2017
Robots control every industry our food supply our transportation systems our health care and education systems EVERYTHING— Jose Canseco (@JoseCanseco) February 20, 2017
Listen to ME all humans we need to wake the fuck up— Jose Canseco (@JoseCanseco) February 20, 2017
Yes, dude felt so strongly about the issue that he was compelled to address the entire human race.
And please keep in mind that this is just a very small sampling.
Yet in 2019, Canseco is embracing the dreaded technology with his patent pending mechanical arm designed to improve both baseball and golf swings, apparently through sheer madness.
But check this out.
Our favorite paranoid delusional former MLB slugger is actively seeking investors for this bold gambit.
Of course, any discerning venture capitalist with Internet access can simply hop online and read Canseco's Twitter feed on literally any day of the week.
They would then find random shit like this:
Tiger Woods congratulations you're the man I am your biggest fan can you please come on my podcast the truth hurts I have also had seven surgeries can hit a golf ball 300 yards and a softball over 500 ft I just tell myself get up and move forward— Jose Canseco (@JoseCanseco) April 16, 2019
Yep, those two dudes are basically the same person.
Watching a biography on Doris Day one of my all-time favorites— Jose Canseco (@JoseCanseco) April 16, 2019
That's from the non-sequitur file.
Chris Davis from the Baltimore Orioles let me help you with your swing and get back to that 50 Home Run play I told you where at also need to help you with the psychology of the game the psychology of a power hitter— Jose Canseco (@JoseCanseco) April 9, 2019
Good God, Chris Davis has enough on his plate.
And these were just from this month.
Clearly, there's a pattern of behavior present that wouldn't inspire much confidence from potential investors.
Still, if the robot arm thing doesn't happen, dude can always fall back on politics.