Re: Boston is so stupid.
- You wouldn't believe how many stupid questions are asked by the media
on a regular basis. The saving grace for them is that they have time
to edit their own notes and remove those inane lines of questioning
before they actually submit their story.
That Reiss piece was taken directly from the press conference, which
you can also find under the conference transcripts on the official site.
It just goes to show you they allow all sorts of "reporters" to ask
stupid questions at any given time.
With access like that, why would some idiot ask that question?
Because he has his head up his Baseball-centric bum IMHO.
Good thing they didnt' identify the guy.
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> That does seem a bit on the idiotic side, from the news reporters to do
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> This whole region is retarded, I swear.
> From Reiss' Blogospherepodcastdmcathing
> "With Theo Epstein.s resignation as Red Sox general manager a big
> the region, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was asked his thoughts on the
> news. He told the assembled media he didn.t know what was happening with
> the Sox because he was so busy, and wasn't that concerned with it."
> Screw you Boston. Why would the 2 time super bowl MVP and QB of the
> reigning World Champions give a crap about administrative changes in
> another sport in the middle of a tough stretch and just days before the
> toughest game of the year?