Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Blogrolling knows where the bodies are buried

MLJ with the true crime story of spreading his mother's ashes at Fenway. Kind of amazing on many levels, and certain to become a huge story, I think.

Barney Frank continues to make me happy. Harry Reid? Well, let's just say I wasn't thrilled to have to speak well of him in 2004 when I canvassed in Reno, and I'm even less thrilled about it now.

National MLB ratings on Fox down about 9% from last year, 23% from 2000.

Meanwhile, the NBA is getting some of its highest ratings ever.

Fran Tarkenton
is not a Favre hag. But he does speak the obvious truth that, well, anyone with eyes who hasn't been polishing Brett's knob for quotes over the past decade knows. It's the little things in life that make you happy, really.

2 comments:

Todd Howard said...

It's not MLB's fault that FOX's ratings are down. Could have something to do with Joe Buck being "qualified" simply because his dad was an announcer, and Tim McCarver's anemic commentary and repetitive statements of the obvious.

DMtShooter said...

Yes, but... the Fox telecast team hasn't changed year to year. It's a bit much to stay that all of those people are just finally getting some taste.

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