02.22.08

Never Has The Term “Reliable Source” Been Used So Loosely

Posted in Baseball, non-sporting journalism, politics at 12:19 am by

Believe it or not, this is one occasion where I’ll not be burying Will Leitch. On the matter of his one-time sparring partner Gregg Doyel, however, perhaps Sen. Charles Palantine ought to give the CBS Sports columnist a very wide berth.

5 Responses to “Never Has The Term “Reliable Source” Been Used So Loosely”

  1. gonzojournalist says:

    Doyel is one of the few people in America who would get up at 6 AM on a Sunday to appear on a show watched by three, maybe four people.
    And the dork show up in some goofy jersey, thinking it’s hip??
    That little putz reminds me of the old refrain — “Die Yuppie Scum.”
    Let us puke……..

  2. David Roth says:

    Howard Kurtz’s peerless Ron Leibman imitation is reason enough to get up that early, at least in my book. But from the nightmarish XFL hairdo on down, I have to give Doyel credit: he looks like he reads. Not like a person who reads. I mean he is as unappealing to look at and listen to as he is to read.

  3. GC says:

    g.j.,

    not everyone knows how to dress for a televised event. Or so I’m told.

  4. David Roth says:

    Everyone was very disappointed that you didn’t deliver on the Pats hoodie. But at least you didn’t cut your sleeves off, Doyel style.

  5. Mark Swiderski says:

    I love that he repeated the dick joke for emphasis. That’s *gold*, Doyel, *gold*!

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