小島瑠璃子ア然!「加藤C辞任すべき」ネット投票で炎上 「2chらしい結果」


統一球に自分の名前まで入れておきながら、仕様の変更を「知らなかった」と言い張り、コミッショナー職に居座り続ける日本プロ野球機構(NPB)の加藤良三氏。これに対し、「責任をとって辞任せよ」という市井の声が日増しに強まっている。

それが顕著に現れたのが、スポーツ番組『S☆1』で実施された「統一球問題、あなたの気持ちは?」というネット投票。番組内でそのリアルタイム投票結果が発表されるや、いつも弾けんばかりの笑顔を振りまいている初代S☆1ガールの"こじるり"こと小島瑠璃子の表情が一瞬にして凝固。開いた口がふさがらないほど驚いた様子で、口を両手で覆う場面が見られた。それもそのはず、2位の「選手がかわいそう」(4736人)になんと15倍以上の差をつけ、「コミッショナー辞任すべき」が74,852人という圧倒的な票数を獲得したのだ...!


ちなみに、以前実施された「セ・リーグを制するのは?」の問いでは、1位の「阪神」で3306人という結果。おそらく番組始まって以来と思われる今回のぶっちぎりの得票数に、野球解説者のノムさんや槙原氏、番組MCの爆笑問題・田中裕二もドン引き。なお、この日は投票の連打規制が解除されており、1人で何度も投票できるシステムだったよう。これもあり、ネット民の怒りゲージがもろに数字に反映される形となったようだ。

ネット上ではこの結果に対し、
「やったぜ」
「残当(残念でもないし当然)」
と素直に受け止める声が挙がる一方で、
「加藤を叩きたい便乗犯が99割」
「2chらしい結果と言える」
と、ネット特有の"祭り"であることを冷静に指摘するコメントもちらほら。

また、
「他の番組もこんなアンケートしてたけどマスコミが加藤を追い込んでくれるのか?」
「『ファンの声は辞任を求めていますが?』くらいのレベルやろうなあこの段階では」
「まあやめへんやろ加藤は」
という達観した意見も。

ともあれ交流戦も終わり、後半戦開幕までしばらく間が空くこの時期は、ネタに飢えたマスコミにとって統一球問題がこれまで以上に格好の餌食となることは必至。加藤コミッショナーも最大の試練を迎えることとなりそうだ。試合がなく暇を持て余している野球ファンの皆さん、この4日間は波乱の予感がビンビンに漂う加藤劇場を肴に、しばしご歓談を!

【参照リンク】
・S☆1の統一球問題アンケートで加藤コミッショナーの辞任がぶっちぎりwwwww
http://blog.livedoor.jp/nannjoy/lite/archives/28475037.html

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Monks looked up at the magnificent night sky filled with thousands of lanterns in awe. Yi Peng lantern festival is meant as a time for tham bun to make merit. This was the moment I've been waiting for and it lasted very quickly due to strong wind. A very heavy downpour occurred right after we left the place. The lanterns were made of organic materials.

Ng Chai Hock, Singapore, Shortlist, Arts and Culture, Open competition 2013 Sony World Photography Awards

"Of the Tiger and Turtle" is a work of art on an industrial landmark. In the background you can see a steel mill.

Peter Mysticdidge Plorin, Germany, Shortlist, Architecture, Open 2013 Sony World Photography Awards

Usain Bolt of Jamaica races ahead of Ryan Bailey of the United States, Yohan Blake of Jamaica, Justin Gatlin of the United States and Tyson Gay of the United States to win the Men's 100m Final on Day 9 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium on August 5, 2012 in London, England.

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Holi - the festival of colors - is undoubtedly the most fun-filled and boisterous of Hindu festivals. It's an occasion that brings in unadulterated joy and mirth, fun and play, music and dance, and, of course, lots of bright colors!

Anurag Kumar, India, Arts and Culture, Shortlist, Arts and Culture, Open Competition 2013 Sony World Photography Awards

A group of 20-30 men and women with 12 horses and sleighs will travel during three days, crossing snowed roads and iced lakes, to reach to reach the opening day of R¯ros winter fair in Norway. A Royal decree of 1853 states that from 1854 onwards a yearly market shall be held in R¯ros, commencing the second last Tuesday in the month of February, lasting until the following Friday.ù Every year more than 200 people will travel to R¯ross as their ancestors did hundreds of years ago.

Agurtxane Concellon, Norway, Shortlist, Travel, Professional Competition, 2013

A little girls walks home after school in this muslim city- Seen from the inside of a taxi for the reportage "Cities from a Taxi".

Daniel Duart, Spain, Finalist, Travel, Professional Competition 2013 Sony World Photography Awards

From Series: Four More Years: The 2013 Barack Obama Campaign

Scout Tufankjian, United States, Shortlist, Campaign, Professional Competition, 2013

Project: Honkey Kong - a 2d platform game tribute. Shot on location in Hong Kong. Images were shot from skyscrapers toward the ground, using a telephoto lens to make the image as flat as possible to make it look like a platform game.

Christian Aslund, Sweden, Finalist, Campaign, Professional Competition, 2013 Sony World Photography Awards

Ghoramara island is located on a delta region in West Bengal. Due to the dramatic increase in sea level, resulting from the effects global warming since the 1960s, the shores of this island are being perpetually washed away. Since the 1980s more than 50% of the territory has vanished due to erosion by the sea. Many of the people still living on the island are farmers and fishermen who depend on the islandís resources for their livelihoods. According to a civil servant I met, in 20-25 years the Indian government could abolish the island and has already formulated a plan to evacuate villagers to another island named Sagar. However, this evacuation plan does not ensure any financial support or compensation for those having to relocate their lives. I situated villagers on the shore and took portraits of them in juxtaposition with the beauty of the vanishing island. There will come a day when these people will have no choice but to move out of their homeland.

Daesung Lee, Korea, Finalist, Contemporary Issues,Professional Competition 2013/SIPA Press

Milky Way, looking like a giant tree atop of the mountain near Ush Konyr plateau

Elmar Akhmetov, Kazakhstan, Shortlist, Low Light, Open Competition 2013 Sony World Photography Awards

14 giraffes flee after spotting lions in hunting mode.

Frederick van Heerden, South Africa, Shortlist, Nature & Wildlife, Open Competition 2013 Sony World Photography Awards

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Ryan Pierse, Australia,Finalist, Sport, Professional competition, 2013 Sony World Photography Awards/ Getty Images

The twins Laura and Bel√n on the day of their fifteenth birthday celebration. In Latin America, the celebration of the fifteenth birthday of a teenager is very important because it marks the transition from childhood to maturity.

Myriam Meloni, Italy, Finalist, Arts and Culture, Professional Competition, 2013 Sony World Photography Awards

A young boy is supported as he fires a fully automatic machine gun. Safety regulations at OFASTS are extremely tight with all shooters carefully monitored by exhibitors.

Pete Muller, United States, Finalist, People, Professional Competition, 2013 Sony World Photography Awards

All my high speed pictures are single shots without any Photoshop manipulation. I only adjust the levels of contrast. Some little sprinkles are cleaned with PS. That's all the processing.


Markus Reugels, Germany, Shortlist Split Second Open Competition 2013 Sony World Photography Awards

The calm of both human and animal. The things we miss as we are preparing. My partner was getting her flippers on and I was already prepared and ready to get in so I swam out to see if I could get this shot, I could have never imagined that in a million years I would have a turtle just cruising by at the moment I stuck my head under. How blessed.

Nathan Wills, Australia, Shortlist, Travel, Open Competition 2013 Sony World Photography Awards

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Mehmet Karaca, Turkey, Shortlist, Nature & Wildlife, Professional Competition, 2013

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In this ad for French clothing brand Camaïeu, a model wears a cozy sweatshirt and pajama shorts without incident. (Although, what's with the blurring near her belly button?). Scroll lower and you'll notice something a wee bit weird. Photoshop fail alert! What happened to her feet?

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People enjoy a fountain in front of the Revolution Monument in Mexico City, Tuesday, March 13, 2012. (Alexandre Meneghini, AP)

View of the fireworks display organized by Kuwait's government to commemorate Constitution Day in Kuwait City on Saturday, Nov 10, 2012. The 60 minute $14 million spectacle is competing for a place in the Guiness Book of Records. (Gustavo Ferrari, AP)

Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis reacts as he is introduced before an NFL preseason football game against the Detroit Lions in Baltimore, Friday, Aug. 17, 2012. (Nick Wass, AP)

Performers with umbrellas are suspended in the air during the Opening Ceremony for the 2012 Paralympics in London, Wednesday Aug. 29, 2012. (Kirsty Wigglesworth, AP)

People walk beside an illuminated model of the Eiffel Tower (12 meters high) in the landscape park Miniwelt (Miniworld) during the sunset in Lichtenstein, eastern Germany, Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2012. The cultural park Miniworld presents about 100 original and true-to detail buildings and technical facilities at a 1:25 scale ranging on an area of 6,5 hectares. All buildings invite the visitors to take a walk through the last 3,500 years of building history, moving from the ancient world to present. (Jens Meyer, AP)

Revelers play with tomato pulp during the annual "tomatina" tomato fight fiesta in the village of Bunol, near Valencia, Spain, Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2012. Bunol's town hall estimated more than 40,000 people, some from as far away as Japan and Australia, took up arms Wednesday with 100 tons of tomatoes in the yearly food fight known as the 'Tomatina' now in its 64th year. (Alberto Saiz, AP)

Team Spain performs on their way to win the golden medal of the free combination synchronise swimming at the European Championships Diving and Synchronized Swimming at Pieter van den Hoogenband stadium in Eindhoven, south central Netherlands, Sunday May 27, 2012. (Ermino Armino, AP)

President Barack Obama jokingly mimics U.S. Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney's "not impressed" look while greeting members of the 2012 U.S. Olympic gymnastics teams in the Oval Office, Nov. 15, 2012. Steve Penny, USA Gymnastics President, and Savannah Vinsant laugh at left. (Pete Souza, White House)

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