Thursday, October 6, 2011

Bodickus out at ESPN

Raw Story

On Thursday morning, ESPN said it had made the decision to bench Williams for good.

On his website, Williams claimed the decision had been his idea.

“After reading hundreds of e-mails, I have made MY decision,” the singer wrote. “By pulling my opening Oct 3rd, You (ESPN) stepped on the Toes of The First Amendment.”

“Freedom of Speech, so therefore Me, My Song, and All My Rowdy Friends are OUT OF HERE. It’s been a great run.”

Don't let the door hitcha in the ass, Dick.

Note to Bodickus: Lemme 'splain the 1st Amendment since you obviously don't understand it. Along with a whole lot else. The 1st Amendment only protects your freedom of speech from the government, and sometimes not even from them if you're threatening or inciting a riot. Say any goddam fool thing you want, like you did, the government won't censure it in any meaningful way, but what happens next is up to the person you said it to. It's your right to say it, but that doesn't mean it will be well received and it's also your right to get your nose punched.


That said, I agree with you 100% that we are your enemy.


Fixer said...

I wonder how many football fans will boycott ESPN because this dickhead ain't singing that stupid song anymore? Not many, I think, especially if ESPN gets one of them hot country singer babes to do a new one.

DBK said...

Why would anyone boycott ABC football because the opening song got pulled? That would be stupid, and football fans are anything bu...never mind.

Probably all of them will boycott it. Seriously, there is nothing more boring than football. I'd rather watch golf. Or paint dry. Do you know how much actual football is played during the 3+ hours that a game is on the air? On the average, about 12.5 minutes. That's it. Football fans spend 3+ hours watching 12.5 minutes of football. You're in baby with a rattle territory there.

Gordon said...

The only thing more boring than watching golf is listening to it on the radio. Football's not much better. At least drying paint smells.

CAFKIA said...

As near as I can figure,Bostupus is complaining about freedom of speech. The freedom of an executive at ESPN to say, "You're Fired!!!"