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Podcast: Is It Kosher For Athletes To Flirt With Fans Mid-Game?

In episode #8, we flirt with mid-game flirting, decide whether Beyonce tickles our fancy for a Super Bowl performance, and attempt to debunk the annoying myth that people actually watch NASCAR. They don’t, right?

We talk about other things, too, including Argo and whether the Justin Verlander (age 29)-Kate Upton (age 20) relationship is super creepy or super awesome, but it’s generally hard to pin down our nonsensical ramblings. But take a listen anyway, won’t you?

Don’t forget to email questions to mailbag@sportsgrid.com, and we’ll answer them on the podcast. Dip into your humor satchel, if you wouldn’t mind.

Here’s podcast #8:

Click here to download.

Who’s on it:

L to R: Dan Fogarty, SportsGrid’s editor-in-chief and ashamed former MySpace user; Glenn Davis, SportsGrid senior editor, and a man who has never seen a Christopher Nolan Batman movie; Dylan Murphy, SportsGrid associate editor and speed-walking enthusiast.

  • Gliko30

    No, because it is their JOB to play sports. If I stopped working and started hitting on girls when I was at work, my boss would be pissed.

  • Anonymous

    Agreed. Unless it’s your job to hit on girls, in which case: best job ever.

  • Dylan Murphy

    But if it gave you the necessary spark to turn your performance around, your boss would probably let you continue working there.

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