Minor League Baseball Team Installs Pee-Controlled Urinal Games

Posted: March 28, 2013 by subwaycreatures in Sports
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COED: As if Minor League Baseball games weren’t exciting enough…! Just kidding, of course. But honestly, there is no event that could not be improved by adding pee-controlled urinal video games. I don’t care if you’re at your nephew’s recital or the Super Bowl, you know when you take a break, you’re going to have some entertainment. The Lehigh Valley IronPigs are the team in question and claim that the installation is the first of its kind in America (though the games have become popular in some British pubs). According to the New York Daily News: “The system turns on when a user approaches the urinal. The right kind of angling can help multi-tasking gamers guide a snowmobile down virtual alpine roads littered with plump penguins. The 55-second game tests both ‘agility and knowledge.’ “After they’ve done their business, users’ scores are placed on a leaderboard. Top performers will get a shout-out on video board displays within Pennsylvania’s Coca-Cola Park.” So sorry Lehigh Valley IronPigs, that cheer wasn’t for you, that was for a new top pisser!

 

Love this idea. So what the installation and whole system costs the same as the IronPigs entire salary cap. So what all people at the game will care about is going to the pisser to get a video board shout out. So what if the idea works, every ballpark in America will have this, rendering the IronPigs useless once again. What we all need to think about here is the attendance this will draw right now. With Lehigh Valley being one of the most populated areas in the world, all I’m picturing is the IronPigs parking lot to look like a Michigan football game tailgate.

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