Another ESPN jerk

Discussion in 'Media Racism and Stereotyping' started by JD074, Nov 2, 2004.

  1. Shadowlight

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    In my mind although I hesitate to say it caste announcing has diminished somewhat over the years and I think this site has played a major role in that. People may disagree over that but whatever.

    That said Dick Vitale has gone in the opposite direction in extreme.

    I have heard him do several games this season and the results are astonishing. Perhaps I should not rule out that he is playing an under the table shill to the agents of prospective NBA prospects?

    That said what Vital travels in is indirect hate speech. His effort this past Saturday was a massacre to the senses.

    When Vitale does a game you aren't watching a basketball game. You are watching an ancient pagan ritual of incantation. Chanting from the highest rooftops in pagan like repetition this hellish human being is promoting racial superiority without a whiff of irony.

    He has reached the point of no return with his constant skyscraping squeals of love and admiration for certain black players.

    The hate speech is a result of his complete exclusion of white players being involved in his unholy ritual.

    Should he be thrown in jail for his racist taunts? Perhaps not but how about heavy fines each time he goes overboard which is every three minutes.

    To say I don't like Dick Vitale is an understatement. I loath him and now that he has gotten worse he needs to farmed out of the TV business and pronto. This sort of hate speech is toxic and has no place in civilized society. He has to go and I am currently thinking of ways to help get him off ESPN.
     
  2. DixieDestroyer

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    D1ckie VD is an ancient fossil that should’ve been put out to pasture (& out of our misery) decades ago. This high priest of “jock sniffery” was an abject failure as a coach & is a world class buffoon (at best) as a ‘broadcaster’. The loud mouth, obnoxious chrome-dome cuckold is a chief propagator of both sports idolatry & the caste system (aka cultural marxism). IMO, he’s a walking, talking dungheap.
     
  3. Don Wassall

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  4. Shadowlight

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    From the get go a failure. For starters it was large and flimsy making it nearly impossible to read while holding it.

    Headache inducing hipster style was geared towards younger readers, not old fashioned types like me who remembers the glory days of Sports Illustrated.

    Their biggest moment was stealing away SI star Rick Reilly but even Reilly got lost in the wash.

    Overall I think ESPN lost money with it all those years. Good riddance. I never liked it.

    Now SI pretty much stands alone and they have yet to sell despite rumors a deal is aggressively being pursued. Ex basketball player Junior Bridgeman's name is the most often mentioned.

    I still get SI but it is only released bi weekly which is a huge problem. For instance they couldn't put Virginia basketball on their cover because it happened in an off week. And they weren't going to bump ( Heaven forbid) the following week Tiger cover for them.

    I like print and still prefer magazines and newspapers over reading stuff on the internet. For years I was obsessed over who would make the cover of SI and I dream of having the job of selecting who gets a cover each week and the main story lines. Ha. Like I said I am dreaming.

    I still think SI can survive but hell whoever buys it has to make it a timely weekly again. I have a lot of luddite in me.
     
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  5. Truthteller

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    Glad to see ESPN the rag is gone. Check that, I'm thrilled it will be gone. Can't happen soon enough, why wait another 4 or 5 months to get rid of it! Hard to believe it made it this far. Several years ago I got a work related free subscription to the rag and it was basically worthless. I still might have the cheap, black ESPN fleece sweater that they sent me? Not sure where it is, all I can say for sure is I never wore it.

    As far as ESPN the rag more recently, I've probably only looked at it like 5 times this decade -- only while being stuck during an oil change or some other mechanical issue? It was actually worse this decade, then it was last decade when I had the free subscription for a while. Much more political, much more soft-core porn, which usually featured near naked photos of too many male athletes or ugly, lesbian looking female athletes (Sue Bird, ect.).

    As far as SI.com, I did not know they were bi-weekly. I haven't looked it, perhaps, since 2009 in the store? I did notice at the car repair places, as well as the dentist's office, SI.com is almost as thin as your typical weekly grocery store circulars?

    Can't say I'd be sad if SI.com went bust, also. By the way, at one point, didn't ESPN open up a bunch of sports themed restaurants? I assume, like most of ESPN's spinoff's, they are long gone?
     
  6. Leonardfan

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    https://nypost.com/2019/05/08/nfl-network-shows-slashed-tensions-rise-after-20m-cuts/

    The NFL Network is just as bad as BSPN. To have a channel devoted to a sport 24/7 365 days (that is played from September-February) is beyond stupid but it looks like maybe the network is feeling the hurt. Their is nothing good or noteworthy about the NFL Network - they have that clown show "Good Morning Football" that I have seen previews for - a morning show devoted to football? Give me a break. The white guys on the show seem to play the role of clown/minstrel really well. Anyways I am happy to see they are cutting shows - the NFL has done a great deal to dilute itself (beyond the discrimination of white athletes and strict enforcement of the caste system) - constant rule changes and tweaks to make the game "exciting" making the draft a traveling show, televising the combine, having a daily show where men talk like women about pointless things / heap praise on affletes. The NFL is doing it's best to pinch every penny out of it's product - one that probably hit it's peak earlier in the decade and is now in a slow decline.
     
  7. Shadowlight

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    The NFL Network could stay off the air like their Red Zone channel until the preseason kicks off. Sure a couple of weeks to go over the draft etc. make sense but at this point now a lot of dead air.

    Speaking of death, ESPN is essentially a football and basketball channel now. Two sports they have money invested in.

    They dabble in baseball but they barely care about it.

    You wouldn't know the NHL playoffs are in full swing. You might catch a brief Barry Melrose bit at 3:00 AM overnight. Once they broke ties with the NHL back when they let it drift out to sea.

    They stole tennis away from both CBS and NBC ( except for parts of the French Open) and pretty much sidelined it in the process despite televising the majors. CBS covered certain tournaments to go along with the US Open along with the USA network. NBC of course was home to Wimbledon for ages.
    Which means many older fans or those without elaborate cable set ups can't watch tennis anymore.

    The morning shows are predominantly caste. The Golic /Wingo morning show is plain annoying. And Mike Greenberg is front and center every morning and he is arguably the most caste media figure in the history of sports.
     
  8. Don Wassall

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    I'm working on a mailing and so turned on the boob tube to help pass the time. Nothing good on per usual, as the 1,000 channels I get all manage to have crap on, especially in the morning, and of course they're all seemingly synchronized to cut to their endless commercial breaks at the same time.

    I settle on Good Morning Football, which gets a lot of in-house hype from the NFL Network, and because co-hostess Kay Adams is an attractive petite dish. Turn it on and the first thing I see is the topic at the bottom of the screen -- "Can Zion Williamson Play TE in the NFL?" I remember the same topic brought up many times regarding Lebron James. Chris Rock in one of his routines riffed that Lebron could dominate the NHL using just his wiener instead of a hockey stick.

    Boob tube quickly turned off. Sigh. . .
     
  9. Don Wassall

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    This post isn't about an "ESPN jerk," but all "mainstream" print publications have been homogenized ideologically, including sports publications, so that it hardly makes a difference.

    I subscribed to Golf magazine several months back after often seeing it in doctors' offices over the years. Has some useful material for weekend hackers like me, but not surprisingly it's also somewhat subtly but unmistakably liberal in its orientation. Articles focus disproportionately on the likes of Ricky Fowler, Tony Finau, Jason Day and others, and of course Tiger Woods. The corporate advertising in each issue also disproportionately features the sport's mixed stars. There are routine snide comments about Trump but never anything negative about lefties and their causes.

    The latest issue for its "travel" series features another piece by Tom Chiarella, who is one of those Rick Reilly types who's in demand because he excels at writing catchy descriptions of the subjects he covers. This month Chiarella traveled to South Africa and played a number of old, majestic courses while riding on an old train from a century ago to get from course to course.

    So he's utilizing old technology built and preserved by South African Whites which is still functional, to play courses designed and built by South African Whites (and other White men such as Jack Nicklaus). Of course Chiarella doesn't note that; his only reference to the country's past is in regard to a 65-year-old black caddie he had one round, of whom he writes: "Being a caddie now is easier now than it was under apartheid, when he was routinely cuffed for giving a faulty read on a putt."

    Routinely assaulted for not giving a proper read on a green???? I would be willing to make a wager that either Chiarella made that up, or that the black caddie is full of you know what. But since South Africa had an "evil" system called apartheid it always follows that every White person who lived during apartheid was also evil, and any negative statement no matter how outrageous can safely be made without fear of anyone calling it out or demanding evidence.

    Comrade Chiarella doesn't say a word about South Africa's current corruption and rampant criminality, nor about the slaughter of White farming families that has been underway for decades now, or that more and more South African Whites are discriminated against by law and are having to live miserable existences in shantytowns. See for example "Is South Africa Becoming a Failed State?" https://www.amren.com/features/2019/05/is-south-africa-becoming-a-failed-state/

    He's a typical anti-White scumbag who happens to be good at turning phrases. Anti-White propaganda and hate is deeply embedded all through the media, including every "mainstream" print publication in communist Amerika. Even every hobby I've ever had is dominated by just enough gatekeepers and change agents to ensure it's guided in the proper direction.
     
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  10. Quiet Speed

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    Very true. Same experience here.
     
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    Chuck Klosterman.

    This deranged, White-hating Jew appeared on Bill Simmons’ podcast yesterday. Out of the blue he brings up Matthew Boling, America’s fastest high schooler. He then begins a painfully, cringe worthy, irrational screed about how he’s concerned that Matthew Boling is going to cause a politically dangerous racial divide in the country. Simmons wasn’t playing along (surprisingly) and forced Klosterman to continue trying to explain why he has a problem with Boling and in a demented way wished that Boling did not exist, for the good of the country, because he could imagine that Trump might tweet him a congratulations and he’d become a racially divisive figure.

    Klosterman unintentionally revealed the mental derangement of the anti-White Jew. Boling has triggered a conundrum to the narrative of black athletic superiority, and sick f..ckers like Klosterman are unable to process it.

    Btw, Klosterman’s wiki page says he’s of German/Polish descent and was “raised” Roman Catholic. But he married Melissa Maerz, a raging leftist Jew, leaving no doubt that Klosterman is Jewish.
     
  12. white is right

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    He's just a beta male. He could be distant kinfolk with me as that name was given out to Catholic priests I have distant relatives with that name, he's been on an NFL films doc and he is clearly not a Jew, but if he is married to a SJW who is Jewish what else is going to be but a gimp. I feel sorry for his anal cavity........
     
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    Yeah, you’re right. I just looked up “kloster” in German means convent, nunnery, friary, or monastery. Lol, doesn’t get more catholic than that. I guess the wiki emphasis on “raised Catholic” just meant he has rejected the faith. Either way, the guy is a huge cuck.
     
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    This sounds like something so stupid only the Jets would do it. McGhay is one of the worst Caste Whores and has a terrible track record of evaluating talent. He’d fit in with the Jets.

     
  15. Don Wassall

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    Who needs the old National Lampoon magazine, or Mad magazine, when it's more and more become the norm in the USSA's clown society. . .

    Who's next to be an NFL GM? Lance Zierlein? o_O
     
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  16. Shadowlight

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    Talk radio host Chris "mad dog" Russo of Sirius radio, which I don't get, is an interesting case. He is best known as one half of the infamous Mike and the Mad Dog radio show out of NYC with Mike Francesa where they were a staple for many years. I live in the general area so I was able to pick up WFAN and their afternoon show.

    Francesa had recently left but is back on the air. He is insufferable. Russo is arrogant as well but more appealing. Russo also has a show during weekdays on the MLB network called High Heat which I catch a portion of once a week.

    Russo has always been unique. With his young Jerry Lewis whine of a voice he comes across as a touch demented at times. But he is one of the more entertaining talk show hosts out there and he doesn't succumb too often to the political correctness that rules the day. He is also very sharp and knowledgeable. He recently complained that ESPN has become nothing but an NBA chat show.

    He is not only a baseball expert he is probably the most knowledgeable sports talk show host on tennis out there. He loves tennis. He isn't called Mad Dog for nothing and he has a genuine distaste for Serena Williams who he thinks ( rightfully so ) is a pompous ass wipe.

    Last year he eviscerated Serena on her behavior at the US Open. This year he went off on her and her goons again when she stormed into and interrupted Dominic Thiem's press conference so she could leave earlier. Which is against protocol. Not to mention deplorable manners which Serena has bathed in for years. But the poor lowly French Open officials had no leverage to stop her from barging in.

    Long considered outspoken he seemingly wouldn't fit into ESPN where nearly everyone of their big mouths have a caste edge and wouldn't dare criticize Serena. They save all of their venom for first round QBs like Daniel Jones.
     
  17. Shadowlight

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    Is ESPN going full hog on the black supremacy theme? From the looks of it they are giving it a shot.

    A while back they did away with ESPN Classic which I liked. In fact they used to televise old "Battle of the Network Stars" shows. Naturally the only reason those shows are of interest to me is because the hot female stars would run around in short shorts and get dunked into the water in their swimwear. That is what I call entertainment.

    But there is so much in the way of sports history that needs to be retold it is a shame they shut the door on that type of programming.

    Beyond the non stop NBA gibberish that has overtaken the station (it is summer idiots time for baseball, golf and tennis) they are pulling out all the stops on their ESPNU station.

    I swear for well over a month they have basically almost non stop replayed Duke basketball games from this past season. The main reason is to promote Zion Williamson. This is unprecedented. And I can't shake the feeling when you consider in the mornings where the most toxic voice of all Mike Greenberg runs the proceedings, that ESPN is promoting black supremacy and indirectly, white inferiority at a level that is even high for them.

    I guess they are desperately trying to convert those on the fence. Needless to say members here at CF aren't going to buy into it and if anything it deepens my own resolve. They are ratcheting up their caste moves for reasons I can't entirely comprehend. All I know is it is off putting to say the least.

    ESPN needs to implement major changes. To me they are worse now than they were a year ago. That is saying something.
     
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    Watched a piece on Tony Mandarich of top ten bust fame on ESPN. Got to give them credit it was well done. Mandarich was hooked big time on painkillers from the start of his time at Green Bay which no doubt played a roll in his disappointing play even though he played that down in the piece. He got off the pills, then came back five years after leaving the NFL to make a squad and play well enough for a couple years to start and be offered a three year contract. A shoulder injury which would have required pain killers for him to play cut that short, but he's been clean for a couple decades now and has a successful photography business in Arizona.
     

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