An Open Letter Regarding Balls to Stephen Colbert, American Hero

  • August 6, 2012

Open letter to Stephen Colbert

Dear Mr. Colbert,

Thank you for your tireless commitment to preserving our Corporation’s right to unlimited anonymous campaign donations FREE SPEECH.

In honor of your efforts and our shared love of Byzantine government regulation, my company Maxfield and Oberton (the maker of Buckyballs), will be donating $5 for every set of Red or Blue Buckyballs sold on our site before August 10th, 2012 to the Colbert Super PAC, Making a Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow.

We can only hope that this donation helps keep the Consumer Product Safety Commission fully funded, so that they can continue their war against defiant dealers of adult fun such as ourselves. With the power of Colbert SuperPAC behind them, perhaps the CPSC can once and for all get rid of that scourge on our society: Magnets.

I’d love the opportunity to tell you and your viewers our story (it’s a good one). If that’s not possible, please enjoy playing with our balls—we’ve sent you some. If the CPSC has its way, you may not be able to fondle them for long.

Craig Zucker
Co-Founder & CEO, Maxfield & Oberton

P.S. Our office mascot, my dog, is named Colbear. Even though he’s recently lost his balls, he hopes the rest of us can avoid such a dire fate.
Colbear, Buckyballs Mascot

Mark K / Raleigh
Monday, 8.6.12 @ 6:58 pm
They can have my BuckyBalls when they pry them from my cold, dead hands. NBA National BuckyBall Association supporting the American Right To Bear BuckyBalls

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