In the wake of Newschoolers.com GM Jason Mousseau’s great success in busting the dopers of the Internet, Major League Baseball has called on Moose to crack down on Performance Enhancing Drug use in Baseball.
Earlier this year, Jason Mousseau, also known as Moose, was brought on board as General Manager at famed internet juvenile ski forum Newschoolers.com. As part of his role, he led a community-wide takedown on Photographic Enhancing Drugs, otherwise known as Aliases, used to benefit photo, video, and news section scores. During this takedown, many users were caught using PEDs to up-vote their content and down-vote others. The most severe case belonged to Newschoolers.com Photography Program member Matt Sklar Media, a recently diagnosed Fisheye Addict. During his brief stint in Phototog Rehab, Matt tested positive for three different Photographic Enhancing Drugs, used to boost his photo of the day performance. By doing so he profited over $700.000,000 including a bonus of $250.000,000. The Newschoolers.com Courts ruled that Sklar serve a 211-day ban, return all profits from the program, and lose his orange name privileges. His record level views would be forever starred in the record books.
With Mousseau’s immeasurable success in the Newschoolers.com PED scandal, MLB & Associates knew they could not find a better person for the job. Earlier this month, he was brought on by MLB to end the use of PEDs in baseball. Moose knew he’d only have one chance to impress them, and chose to go for the biggest baseball star of the 20th century, Alex Rodriguez, famed New York Yankees’ third basemen.
While collecting and examining data and accounts, Moose concluded that A-Rod was in fact using PEDs to benefit his performance. In a statement released by Mousseau, “Rodriguez has been found guilty under the Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program on his use and possession of numerous forms of prohibited PEDs, over the course of many years.” Earlier this week, he sentenced Rodriquez to a 211-day ban, equivalent two the remainder of this season and the next.
Long gone is the ‘Steriod Era’ and use of Photographic Enhancing Drugs for Major League Baseball and Newschoolers.com. In a ‘humiliating’ and lengthy forced public apology, Sklar admitted to his accused fraudulent actions, “Over the past winter I used multiple accounts, three including my normal account, to up-vote my content and down-vote competing content in order to have my content more visible on the homepage and front page, thus gaining more views and in accordance with the photography program receiving more money. This action violated the trust of the Newschoolers staff, content producers and members.” With stricter penalties, more thorough investigations, and a new serious approach by NS staff, we can only wonder who else will be picked up in the great PED Scandal of 2013…