O.K., back to the visionphones. Los Diego, you're on the air with Johnny Orbit.
Johnny, I just want to say I think you're full of photonic debris when it comes to Hagler-Leonard XIV. You keep calling Leonard the champion, when you know Hagler won that fight.
Look, anybody with half a bionic circuit sewn in his brain knows that Hagler's sensors showed he'd been hit something like 215 times to Leonard's 150. I mean, Hagler's brain waves had been altered 28 percent! That's when the computer stopped it, and let me tell you, diode breath, Hagler should be glad it did.
Ahhhh, that computer was fixed. Why do the computers have to get into it, anyway? Why can't they just let 'em fight, like in the old days?
And I suppose you'd like to see fighters dying like in the old days, too? (click) Geesch! Space Station 416.
Hey, Johnny, I guess that the guy would like to replace the electroscan umps in baseball with humans, too, right?
Yeah, or maybe he'd like to do away with self-umpiring tennis balls. Or bring back cameraless football helmets. I mean, if he wants to go all the way back, why doesn't he start fighting wars with people again?
Hey, speaking of that, who do you see winning the big U.S.S.R.- Iran series coming up?
What is it? Airball, best of 11?
Best of 11, winner gets the Caspian Sea.