soft hands.


has the sporting news ALWAYS been this full of shit? what does "action is always better than inaction, even if it ends up making the franchise look dumb somewhere down the line" even mean? and why do some sportswriters think that

writing like this is a good idea. you are not ernest hemingway.

you are not even margaux hemingway.

i think that they should write like this.

like a concrete poem. that would be better.

more people might read. all the way. til the end.


4:56 PM :: ::
  • Oh, it's Richard Justice, who normally writes for the Houston Chronicle. He's close to if not the worst sportwriter in the country.

    By Blogger Mr. Faded Glory, at 5:38 PM   <$BlogItemControl$>
  • you are not ernest hemingway.

    you are not even margaux hemingway.

    This? Is genius. Like, I-snorted-my-soda genius.

    By Blogger Karen, at 6:17 PM   <$BlogItemControl$>
  • haha thank you kb. poor margaux! :D

    By Blogger lupe!, at 6:24 PM   <$BlogItemControl$>
  • and mike - i know justice is crappy but it was like, between him and that devaney guy i wondered if TSN's making a habit of not reading what they're publishing or whatever. or maybe catering to an audience of seven year olds.

    By Blogger lupe!, at 6:28 PM   <$BlogItemControl$>
  • the seven year olds of the world unite in outrage at your condescension

    yeah that's all i got

    By Blogger June, at 6:39 PM   <$BlogItemControl$>
  • Oh I'm sure they are... that story you posted last time from Yahoo was also via Sporting News I think. What is going on, ESPN is firing Stephen A Smith and I bet Sporting News hires him

    By Blogger Mr. Faded Glory, at 9:00 PM   <$BlogItemControl$>
  • juneh i apologize for offending any seven year olds in the audience; as evidenced by my profile pic here i am but a bitter, too smart for my own good four year old.

    By Blogger lupe!, at 12:29 PM   <$BlogItemControl$>
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