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What Does This Profile Make You Think About Jim Nantz?
Last year, minutes after Villanova defeated North Carolina on a buzzer-beater to win the NCAA title, CBS play-by-play man Jim Nantz took the tie from around his neck and gave it to Villanova senior
Do Not Go Into This St. Patrick's Day Themed Queso Recipe With False Expectations
We’re certainly in favor of “kicking back” and having a little fun on St. Patrick’s day, a celebration of the devastating effects of alcoholism. But we hate to see anyone fall for click-bait articles
Our Petulant Piss Boy President Must Be Treated Like A Baby
All journalists know that if you’re interviewing a childish little sensitive pisshead baby, you must do so very carefully, to avoid making him run out of the room crying. One of these little pisshead
Recent Mike Lupica Headlines, Ranked
It’s very likely that you haven’t thought about pocket-sized sports bloviator Mike Lupica in quite some time, but you should know that he is still on his grind, producing columns for Sports on Earth.
Taking "Lack Of Context" To Terrifying New Extremes
“Context.” What does it mean? Do we really need it? Is it possible to write an entire, outraged newspaper column without any context at all? Read more...
Sportswriters Whine About Kid Reporter Asking Legitimate Question At Press Conference
In South Carolina coach Frank Martin’s postgame press conference last night, preteen Sports Illustrated Kids reporter Max Bonnstetter asked an interesting and well-formulated question—one that,
Vital Cultural Activity Of Our Era Is Not Music But Rather Something I Still Participate In, Says Old Guy
“Food is the new music” is a good phrase to memorize for when you get too old to really go to a lot of concerts any more, because that shit happens very late at night. Read more...
A Few Points About The Quality Of Peggy Noonan's Political Analysis
Why does Peggy Noonan goad me so? Her softness of tone; her airy sound of literary facility, at least to the ears of those who generally read only policy papers; her friendship with Cesar, at the deli
What Is Independent Media?
Not so long ago, Nick Denton used to boast that Gawker Media was the last true beachhead of “independent media” in America. How quickly things change. Does “independent media” even mean anything, any
ESPN Columnist Accuses Fellow ESPNer Bill Barnwell Of Secretly Consulting For The Browns (UPDATES)
Tony Grossi—a former longtime Cleveland Browns beat writer and current talking head on ESPN 850 WKNR and contributor to ESPN Cleveland—wrote this morning on ESPN.com about the Browns’ upcoming
New York Times Public Editor: What's With All These Interesting Stories Where The Box Scores Should Be?
New York Times public editor Liz Spayd wrote an exceptionally stupid column this weekend criticizing the newspaper’s sports section.Read more...
Congratulations to Peggy Noonan, Who Has Won, As We Have Lost
We—along with Cesar, who works at the deli counter—would like to extend our congratulations to our friend Peggy Noonan, who has just been awarded the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for commentary. On Ronald
Pulitzer Prize Winner Peggy Noonan: We Must Be Nicer to Steve Bannon
As you all know, preserved Reagan-era apricot Peggy Noonan won a Pulitzer Prize this week, an event from which we are all still feeling the warm glow, of heroin. We turn with great anticipation to
The Best of Bret Stephens, Your Newest New York Times Opinion Columnist
This week, the New York Times—a paper which has seen subscriptions soar as The Resistance seeks its media savior—hired Bret Stephens, formerly of the Wall Street Journal, as its newest opinion
World's Worst Columnist Under Police Investigation For Racist Article
English tabloids are honestly the worst purveyors of media in the world. They make the New York Post look like a goddamn academic journal by comparison, and this is coming from someone who respects
The Patriots Want You To Know That Photos Didn't Capture Their Players' Snub Of The White House
On Wednesday the New York Times sports desk tweeted out two group photos of the New England Patriots at the White House, one from their post-championship visit with then-President Barack Obama in
Why Defend Tom Brady's Shady Charity Dealings?
Over the weekend, the Boston Globe published a story about Tom Brady’s dealings with Best Buddies, a nonprofit dedicated to helping intellectually and developmentally disabled people that Brady has
Get A Load Of The Washington Post Toting Water For Dan Snyder's Upcoming Stadium Scam
Nothing in this fawning Washington Post profile of Bruce Allen, team president of D.C.’s NFL franchise, would seem so much as a hair out of place in a glossy gameday program handed out by team
Local Columnist Whining About Blazers' Culture Gets Roasted By GM Neil Olshey
The Portland Trail Blazers were swept by the Golden State Warriors last night, 128-105, although practically speaking, Game 4 was over after the first five minutes. Though the Blazers got rocked, they
ESPN's Diminished Future Has Become Its Present
ESPN laid off dozens of reporters, writers, analysts, talking heads, and behind-the-scenes folks yesterday. If the names were surprising—some of these people had worked at ESPN for decades, and some