Wednesday, March 29

Resolution.



Since I took last week's Colin-Cowherd-boosting-material-from-a-blogger dustup as an opportunity to rip into Cowherd and ESPN, it's only fair that I should give ESPN due credit for owning up to their mistake and resolving the controversy, which they did Monday when Cowherd credited The M Zone for their fake Wonderlic test on his show. (As you can see, this story first aired on Hey Jenny Slater's sister network, LCI, in France.) See, that wasn't so hard, was it, guys?

Now if I could just convince people that Scott Rudin Productions and Paramount Pictures stole their idea for a movie about a guy who lives at home with his parents while happily mooching off of them and bedding a succession of hot chicks from my memoirs. Just so y'all know, I would never have consented to Sarah Jessica Parker being cast as the female lead had I been involved from the beginning.

3 comments:

vg76 said...

Congratulations- I'm sure it was your email to ESPN that changed the tide. Now give us the real facts about the guy in the background- was that just a good cut and paste job?

Doug said...

Yup, that was just good ol' Microsoft Paint. (I'm not even competent enough to use Photoshop.)

Riley said...

I love the random inclusions of that French chick who does the news in Barbie clothes.