I already told you about one suggestion of mine to improve the quality of game broadcasts earlier this week.
Policing the Media
If you remember back in February, the day before the Super Bowl, I was all over the Boston Herald for their story suggesting the Patriots taped a walkthrough of the Rams prior to the Super Bowl back i
It’s so simple, so basic, so easy, I can’t believe it’s never come up before. I can’t believe I never before thought of this.
By now you must have seen the ESPN E:60 interview with Miguel Tejada — or lack thereof.
There’s one thing about the media and their treatment of certain baseball players that’s irked me lately: their absurd treatment of overweight (read: fat) baseball players.
I’m not sure how many of you are race fans and know exactly what happened Sunday night. For those of you who aren’t, let me fill you in.
Charles Barkley was on CNN being interviewed by Wolf Blitzer when he let loose with one of the worst generalizations against a group of people I have heard in a while.
Yes, I’m talking specifically about the story the Boston Herald released on Saturday, the day before the Patriots attempted to win their fourth Super Bowl in seven years, and complete the perfe