Friday, November 30, 2007

New York Times: Always sports-retarded


I don't know why they even bother.

This is the lead photopackage on nytimes.com as of 12:40 a.m. Fucking morons.

8 comments:

JHC said...

What an utterly ridiculous and woefully inaccurate headline. Favre singlehandedly threw the game away. He made the decision to throw over the top into double coverage rather than hit open receivers underneath 7 times - 2 of which resulted in interceptions, followed by Cowboys touchdowns. They didn't lose "without" him, they lost because of him, as they have in every important game they've played since 2002. He's selfish, pig-headed, and a terrible teammate.
Glad the MSM loves him so much. I'd rather be trapped in an elevator with T.O. for a week than spend 1 more second hearing Favre's horribly overused and mispronounced name.
I hate him.

dmbmeg said...

What the?

This...isn't about college football? Who are you?

Why are you reading the NY Times?

Don't you only read the Drudge Report?

What did you do with my friend crimenotes?

Is this thing on?

Hello?

(This would have been much better from Frank the Parrot's perspective. Just sayin')

CrimeNotes said...

Not to mention the glaring misspelling throughout.

Meg, I have little idea what you're talking about, except for the Frank the Parrot part.

dmbmeg said...

No surprise there that no one understands my comments.

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JHC said...

annnnd you just continue to step over my comment as though it's not there.

CrimeNotes said...

Who, me? No, your comment was great. More knowledgeable than my gripe, which was spelling-based. I spent most of the night sleeping on the couch while Louisville-Rutgers was on my TV.

beast of burden said...

If you think that's bad, last week they referred to Helen Keller as Anne Frank.