A.J. Daulerio
7:28 PM

Well, the difference btw Mariotti that I've seen and, oh, every other sports columnist who writes things to agitate the readership is that even his phony contrarianism is phony. All this hub-bub being kicked up over his hiring at the SF Examiner is something he'll consider a win for the paper — and, hell, he's not Read more

6:22 PM

You're not missing an obvious point - just consider that we wanted to take on Mariotti for an ongoing series that would have had a beginning and an ending. I was offering him to write something I hoped would be a little more personalized and drop the whole "annoyed know-it-all" schtick. He seemed open to that during Read more

5:22 PM

Oh I'm sorry. LANDOVER, MD. So the answer to your question is "never" because there isn't an NFL stadium located there.

4:58 PM

AGREED. Also I hate it when large families who've clearly been on a plane before just assume that because they are now a large family they can begin rooting around in their bags and take their shoes off and remove their laptops and giant plastic sacks of formula and makeup and mechanical devices at the very last Read more

4:38 PM

Nope. It's an empty gesture which only serves to make the person asking for a cigarette feel better about the request. If you're only gonna smoke one, just ask and I'll usually give it to you for free without any need for moronic small talk — even if it's my (GASP) LAST ONE. But for just $12 more you could go buy a Read more

4:22 PM

Agreed, fuck that. Why not just put a half-eaten sandwich in there, too, while you're at it? It will break up the monotony of cleaning out urinals for the stranger you've deemed subhuman.

4:04 PM

Good one. I'm taking it a step further and throwing at any person who isn't over the age of 70 or under the age of 10 who has two perfectly functioning legs for not climbing the goddamn escalator. Those who do this on the people movers should actually be hit with a bowling ball.