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Ann Coulter's biggest offense, which has nothing to do with politics or her opinions about soccer, is that she's a positively dreadful writer. You can't say she sucks, however, because to compare her to other things that suck is an insult to other things that suck.

4 months, 1 week ago on Conversation @ http://awfulannouncing.com/

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@FastCassiusIf the show *isn't* scripted and what viewers are seeing is "real" (as real as a show that isn't six hours of cinema verite, anyhow) that makes it even more horrifying, does it not?

9 months, 2 weeks ago on Real Tweets from Real People - The horror of Friday Night Tykes

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So the NFL has recently discussed expanding the playoffs and now this Thursday night thing. It's apparently Horrible Idea Month.

1 year ago on There could be more Thursday Night Football on the horizon

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I'm trying to think of something more useless than a sideline reporter, but I can't. Blog commenter, maybe?

1 year ago on Susannah Collins is making a comeback

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Highlight Express often had terrible anchors and amateurish writing--Cole Wright, I'm looking straight at you--but it *was* all the highlights in 30 minutes, which was what SportsCenter used to be. It had a purpose and will be missed, by me at least.

1 year, 4 months ago on ESPN quietly cancels Highlight Express and UNITE

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@twofingersneak that should be "bears no more responsibility for the whole operation." Too much caffeine to type well, apparently.


1 year, 5 months ago on ESPN reportedly laying off hundreds of employees

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@twofingersneak A pretty drastic oversimplification, I think. It's a safe bet that the guy who decided to put Stephen A on TV for six hours the other day didn't get fired, but the guy whose job it is to get coffee for him may have. The average grunt on the ESPN front lines bears now more responsible for the whole operation than the average frontline soldier does for the political conduct of a war.

1 year, 5 months ago on ESPN reportedly laying off hundreds of employees

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