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The New York Times Reveals What Deadspin’s Editor Timothy Burke Does For Fun: Make GIFs Like A Crazy Person
The biggest newspaper in the world just went to a prominent blogger’s house and called him a loser. Does he take the whole blogging thing too far? Should he leave his office for a second? Are GIFs really that important? We investigate…
This Bo Pelini rant was today’s biggest sports news story because Deadspin had the courage to post it. Now the world knows that Bo Pelini says fuck a lot and complains about his job like the rest of us. Thank you, Deadspin. I don’t know how you manage to drive the bus and throw people under it, at the same time. Bravo.
Prince Fielder Legging Out A Triple Synced Up To Tim McCarver Reading ‘Enter Sandman’ Lyrics Is Internet Gold
“Off to never-never land,” indeed. Big ups to @bubbaprog for the video.
Mark May was a troublemaker in college. Does that make him unable to comment on anyone else who runs afoul of the law and/or the public?
A little over an hour ago, Deadspin’s Tim Burke and Jack Dickey dropped a bombshell on the internet. Manti T’eo – near-Heisman winner and probable 1st round pick in April’s upcoming NFL Draft – does not have a dead girlfriend after all.
BREAKING: Derek Jeter NOT Missing Season Due To Sex Change, Despite What Facebook Hacker Would Have You Believe
The producers on the Today Show ran some footage of Jerrod Johnson this morning. The only problem? They were talking to Mike Vick.
Deadspin has obtained a leaked copy of ESPN’s Standards and Practices manual. Because ESPN is ESPN, and because they completely control the flow of information about sports, and because they continuously straddle the line between being a news organization and an entertainment company, the manual is worth a look.
The advertising portion of it seems particularly obsessed with condoms, mentioning no less than six different restrictions placed on ads for rubbers. In case you were wondering, condom commercials are not to be seen outside the hours between 9 PM and 4:59 AM, during programming believed to be targeting audiences age 17 and younger, and on the ESPN.com homepage, index pages, and pages for Little League, or the NCAA. Because the last thing we need is college students practicing safe sex.