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Braun's Apology Generated by Google Turbo Sports App

Jul 22, 2013

 

 

 

 

 







Milwaukee  - Does Google’s just launched SportsApologies app work? (Slogan: "Don’t be a sap,  use our app.")  Just ask Milwaukee's embattled outfielder Ryan Braun. 

“I didn’t know what to say when I got busted,” said the Brewers' all-star. “At first, I even had my lawyer apologize for me. Boy, that didn’t work! Then someone turned me on to Google’s Turbo Sports Apologies app.

“It’s easy! All you do is punch in your sport and your crime and up pops a perfect apology.  This is the greatest gift to professional athletes ever!”

“I only wish Turbo Sports Apologies had been around when I got nailed,” commented baseball’s Pete Rose. “I’d be in the Hall of Fame instead of having to scribble autographs at card shows.”

A spokesman for Turbo SA said that Braun's current situation is “precisely what our mission is about.” And, presumably, why the prescient folks at Google bought the company for a figure reported to be over $2.2 billion dollars two weeks ago.

Google refused to confirm the Turbo Sports Apologies purchase price but confirmed that negotiations are "ongoing" to purchase CelebrityApologies.com and PoliticalApologies.com.

“Really, today’s market is unlimited for apologies,” said the Google rep.

 

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