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How do you beat guys feel about this?

Discussion in 'Journalism topics only' started by SF_Express, Sep 11, 2006.

  1. SF_Express

    SF_Express Active Member

  2. thebiglead

    thebiglead Member

    Not a beat guy, but that's hilarious.
    Great blog item.
  3. shockey

    shockey Active Member

    tremendous. what's good for the goose..... 8) 8) 8)
  4. Smasher_Sloan

    Smasher_Sloan Active Member

    What the fuck does that mean?
  5. SF_Express

    SF_Express Active Member

    Well, I think he's saying that we spotlight the shortcomings, or whatever you want to call it, of athletes and teams, so there's nothing wrong with vice versa.
  6. Smasher_Sloan

    Smasher_Sloan Active Member

    Well, then he's completely off the mark.

    "Good for the goose" would be pointing out a mistake Jackson made in his coverage.
  7. Left_Coast

    Left_Coast Active Member

  8. Babs

    Babs Member

    While I would be pissed if the photo were of me, it's hilarious and they didn't do anything wrong by posting it. You fall asleep on the job, you deserve whatever you get.
  9. SF_Express

    SF_Express Active Member

    Obviously a D_B on my part, but I don't apologize too much. Certainly the professional thread was a reasonable place for this to go. :)
  10. slappy4428

    slappy4428 Active Member

    Umm, is this your first visit to this board? ;)
  11. Screwball

    Screwball Member

    The Dodgers started the PR blog this year and have on several occasions used it to criticize media coverage. In one instance, they ripped a writer for "cheap shots" about the owner. In another, after a pitcher and catcher ripped each other (all the papers had it, not just one), the PR guy came back the next day with, hey, the writers turned this into a story where there wasn't one, that's not what the pitcher and catcher meant, yada yada yada.

    I don't know if this is an expression of opinion about the writer's coverage or just someone's idea of a joke.
  12. shockey

    shockey Active Member

    i don't explain obvious meanings. wake up and smell the coffee.

    oh, wait. you won't get that either. never mind.
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