I emailed ESPN and let them know as long as this idiot is their employee I would NOT be their customer. Not like it's a real big sacrifice on my part, but if enough of us start standing up - and more importantly these companies start seeing their fan base I.E. revenue being depleted, change will follow. In all reality there will not be enough interest to do anything, but it will be that much less of my life I waste watching or listening to an irresponsible company's programs.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Tone" <tone@...> wrote:
> I got this YouTube link of an actual ESPN broadcast sent to me through a
> local cycling e-mail list I am on. What is said is truly "messed" up to
> put it lightly.
> The stuff said was bad enough for Lance Armstrong to get in contact with
> him and be scheduled to be on the show. It is truly a sad thing when this
> mentality is spread among ignorant driving people (Americans or not), let
> alone broadcast on the air in this day and age. I do not even think it is
> simply about being politically correct, but being morally decent and
> socially responsible.
> Ride safe (seriously!),