“NFL broadcasting cliches will come back to haunt you”
Norman Chad comments on some of the worst of announcer-speak. Two examples:
“He is able to walk off the field under his own power.”: How else do you walk off the field? Heck, you never hear about somebody “walking away from a meeting under his own power” or “walking away from a marriage under his own power.”
“He’s deceptively quick.”: How can you tell?
Terrorists aren’t often accused of being particularly bright. And that dimness is on full display as a group of ISIS jihadis attempt to launch a cannon, with hilarious results. Every...Read More
Associate Professor of Economics, North Carolina State Univ.
Sir Alex gets a: Harvard Business School case study. Bonus: one of the: all-time great goals by a Man U. player.
Unless you count the steroid-inflated Barry Bonds, Henry Aaron holds the career homerun record. For this he has been treated
The headline written by ESPN editor Anthony Federico about Asian-American basketball star Jeremy Lin lasted only about a half hour