I don’t think we can blame this one on the Braves’ announcers: https://www.fangraphs.com/tht/quote-of-the-day081909/
On Thursday, Drake dropped the video for his single “I’m Upset,” and it’s a literal Degrassi: The Next Generation class reunion.
You know what I’m more intrigued by? This: Why do basketball players only get called by their first name by fans? Nobody calls Tom Brady anything but “Tom Brady.” Barry Bonds is still “Barry Bonds.” But basketball players get the Madonna/Britney treatment. Color me perplexed.
Oh, get fucked. It’s not enough that people who have profound actual disagreements with Clinton’s program have agreed to suck it up and vote for her? You need them to feel great about it, too? “The bare minimum” any voter can do to prevent Donald Trump’s sexism and racism from coming into power is to vote for Donald…
I blogged about Deadspin’s comments five nights a week for literally years. And stayed married the whole time!
Unless you have another post in the pipeline, the money quote from the Times article is nowhere to be found on Deadspin. From John Skipper:
Raw take: get a razor, ya hippie
The controller is the guy who's going to write all the checks to Hulk Hogan.
With all due respect, this seems bonkers to me. ESPN helped Grantland more than any digital media startup has ever been helped since the invention of the internet. The “help” it gave Grantland was a gigantic budget, a staff of elite writers, and the editorial freedom to be whatever it wanted to be ... plus whatever…
This kid writes like he’s going to be a washed up NFL punter in 10 years...
“ESPN has near-unlimited resources, enough fuck-you money to hire nearly whomever they’d like...”
My wife is Jeremy Hermida’s barber.
Hi! Jorts/Shants Enthusiast Kevin Smith here.
You know, Wagner, I find you generally to be as unimpressive as any professional writer I’ve ever read in any forum at any time (don’t ban me, Burneko!) but even by your low standards, this is pitiful. Harvilla wrote a post not about Taylor Swift but about Taylor Swift’s relationship to music and music criticism writ…