I've been watching ESPN for a long time now and I've noticed their female anchors almost always fit into two categories: They are either pretty white (gentile) women or are merely average looking (at best) Jewish (i.e Linda Cohn & Dana Jacobson) or black women....seems to be very little variation, except, perhaps, some of the white women that do play-by-play are former ex-female athletes at the college/pro level. Or, like Hannah Storm, who is attractive for her age, come from a powerful sports family -- her dad was the Commish of the old ABA (Mike Storen) and her husband is Dan Hicks. But along came Lindsay Czarniak, who's very likely Polish Catholic and absolutely "average looking", at best. Today, she was talking to Stephen A. Smiff from Miami and getting pretty giddy talking to the proud brother, so I decided to do a quick google search to see why the Cult-Marxists over at ESPN would hire such an average (ugly?), non-Jewish Jane. My "first guess", was she was either an All-American softball player or recently married to some high ranking executive at ESPN. Within 2 minutes I very likely found the answer at the bottom of her Wiki page: Next, I clicked on her "husbands" wiki page link and just as I figured, after years of toiling at local stations, Czarniak got a huge pay-raise and promotion to a national media outlet when it became known she was marrying a well-known African-American News Anchor: The Washington Com-Post even has put up their Wedding Album for all the DWF's to see http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifes...c4/2011/10/17/gIQA0NXStL_gallery.html#photo=1 This is similar to the Steve Berthuiame story, who toiled as an obscure weekend anchor for small network affiliates for decades in Hartford, Pensecola, Providence and other places, only to be quickly hired by ESPN when he married (in his 40's) their mulatto WNBA anchor Cindy Brunson. Not only is "Bertie" on Sports Center, but he's the face of Baseball Tonight, along with Karl The-Bad-Toupee wearing Lonsman. Who said Race-Mixing was bad for your career? Not at ESPN, I suppose?