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ESPN will cut more than 100 employees today
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(10-27-2017 06:14 AM)BigTony Wrote:  ...snip...
ESPN is dying.

Good. Let them burn.

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We got better things to do with our free time. There is more to life than just watching ESPN... like chasing girls, martial arts training, reading books, traveling and so much more.
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(04-27-2017 09:54 AM)TravelerKai Wrote:  
(04-27-2017 08:12 AM)Chunnel Wrote:  Len Elmore and Trent Dilfer were the noticeable ones I saw let go. I'm happy as a clam to see espn continue its descent down the toilet, but am a bit sad to see guys like this, who are extremely knowledgeable and articulate for the layman let go.

It continues to make me wonder what ESPNs endgame is. They currently do next to nothing in terms of real analysis and now they let their best (IMO) football analyst, top notch basketball commentator, and highly respected baseball reporter go, for what? More pandering to the least common denominator?

Continue digging your own grave ESPN

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This is Troubleing, its like ESPN is kicking off the 20% of people that bring in the most value. . .usually people like this quit the company first, THEN the company begins it's slow decline to 0.

But is seems that espn is firing them instead. Its like the want to go out of business faster.

If anyone has stock in ESPN. . .sell it.

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At around the 1:11 mark a short haired dike thinks that we need to "Go back into the school system and reprogram how we raise men"



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(11-12-2017 01:17 PM)Cr33pin Wrote:  


Many of the clips in this video are actually many years old. It shows that SJWSPN isn't really a new thing but they have ramped it up significantly in the last 2 years or so. The proverbial frog in the hot water has noticed the temperature has risen too much and is jumping out. ESPN is just SJW/feminist/left wing propaganda in between sports highlights and games.
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