"Washington strolled to the NFC championship, outscoring their two playoff opponents by a combined total of 48 points. Their domination was more than impressive, it was historic. The 1991 Redskins boasted the largest average margin of victory among all Super Bowl champions."
--- America's Game
"John Wall will never be as good as Kyrie Irving was in his first week in the NBA" - David Falk, published February 14, 2013.
That said, I do enjoy both of them on radio. Especially Czabe.
"Weak right 40 gut. Yum! Yum! How bout that one baby!"
I couldn't be on radio: if i saw the 6'0 235pd largely ripped arm tattoo'd "lady" pretty sure the number is the age.
And the 13yr old looking girls around 'her' that come up to her neck, I would have called BS.
They wen't too far but so is the rule allowing 'Liam Neeson look alike' to destroy anyone qualified to play on the same team with 'her'.
Last edited by Thiebear; December-12th-2012 at 06:33 AM.
I consider myself to be a rather progressive, understanding and non judgmental person but I have a hard time looking at "her" and accepting "her" as a her, if you know what I mean. Not sure where I fall on that. I'm all for people doing whatever they think they need to do to be happy but where do you draw the line? I'm not sure I agree with letting someone who was born a man and clearly has a man's body and strength play competitively in a woman's sports league. These two probably could've been a lot more, um, nice about the way they said it but are they that far off target? When Ray Lewis retires and starts taking hormones are we going to let "her" into the LFL?
Sports reporters is by far my favorite sports talk show.. I'll be PO'ed if these guys aren't back soon.
sounds like the only person who really called her "it", was Czabe. Then Andy says "whatever it is"....but i don't necessarily think he meant "it" as in her. I think he may have meant "it" as in "whatever the situation may be". He continued to refer to her as she/he, which sounded to me like he was TRYING to be politically correct.
Outside of Czabe blatantly calling her "it", and saying he believed that was the politically correct term....the rest of it sounded ok to me really. A lot of joking going on and laughing during that segment...but what the hell it's a funny topic honestly. I don't think his words there in the final seconds were appropriate, so a lil time off might be the best thing here. I certainly don't think he should lose his job or anything though.
A person should be free to do whatever it is he or she wants to do so long as it doesn't back up on other people. In this particular case you can't look at me with a straight face and well me that person does not have a serious competitive advantage over the other players.
Pollin and Czaban could have said so without getting in hot water but Czaban is incapable of using any form of tact, so their point is going to get lost.
Last edited by Henry; December-12th-2012 at 08:27 AM.
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