Pop culture is, by definition, a trollish waste of time. This trollish waste of time has blood and dragons. Quit complaining.
If you were to edit this column to describe the career arc of Adam Sandler, you would probably only have to change, like, 12 words.
So what you’re saying is Bill Simmons is the Adam Sandler of sports journalism. Sounds about right.
Trust me. Tommy will never get into Cooperstown.
DeAndre Jordan at the charity stripe thinks Austin Rivers looked a little awkward there.
Uh, I’m being paid to watch it. I don’t blog for free...
I should probably follow your example and start commenting on recaps of bad shows to point out to the writer how it’s not a good use of her time, huh
We cap on Simmons a lot around here, but one thing this whole mess does is put what he’s done at Grantland in perspective. I’m not much of a fan of his, but that’s a site that’s running a lot of really, really good stuff, and the worst thing anyone over there will say about Simmons is that they weren’t all that big on… Read more
Kind of like having 9 different “Brevity” entries in “Concise Sentences and Active Verbs?”
“The sourcing and background are worse than a Rolling Stone article about campus rape.” Absolutely, having documents and emails from the people involved is far worse than relying on a sole source and not checking her story.
Yeah, this I don’t get. Is this poster insinuating that the emails and playbook are fake? Whatever issues you might have with the whole Howard-Whitlock dynamic, it doesn’t change the fact that the email communications and manifesto that were published today are some serious weirdness.