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“What’s your shoe size? Before you answer, can I guess?” “Can you do the dougie?” “Who is your celebrity crush?” These are real questions. Or, at the very least, better than the run-of-the-mill cliche-feeding that invariably takes over ever pre and postgame press conference. Things are better when De’La, our intrepid “junior reporter” for the Washington Wizards, has the mic in her hands. Right, Marty?
Over the weekend, reports came out that Lance Armstrong would admit to doping in an interview with Oprah Winfrey. The interview, however, was preempted by a brief Armstrong visit to Livestrong, the foundation from which he resigned in November. According to an anonymous source, Armstrong apologized and shed a few tears, but did not admit to doping outright.
An interview with Liz Honey, she of the singing Arkansas YouTube videos, about, well, Liz Honey. Descend into the madness of SEC internet stardom, after the jump.
No, there isn’t a smidgen of context provided in this wonderful video by Buzzfeed. And, no, it’s not totally fair to Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte. But the guy gets to have the entire country cheer for him and stare at his six-pack on magazine covers, so I think the rest of us can poke a little fun at him.
With that in mind, watch this hilarious compilation of Lochte answering interview questions, and not answering them very well.
Wimbledon + elder Scottish woman who might have had a few too many + sprightly Pam Shriver = incredibly awkward interview. Whether or not the interviewee is drunk, that’s for you to decide. Shriver, sensing it was time to get out after a minute of incoherence, insisted “quickly, Helen” as she delved into some tangent about how she got to Wimbledon.
Yesterday Torii Hunter was afforded the opportunity to interview astronaut Joe Acaba, currently residing at the International Space Station, in, uh, space. Hunter unleashed his entire journalistic arsenal, asking Acaba if he could see home runs from Space, whether or not his pee floats, and other entertaining tidbits.
We exchanged emails with one of the writers who will be working on the new site, The Classical. Since this new site will feature many, many words, we decided to send him emails with many, many words. He answered with even more words.
What follows is a ton of words about The Classical.
You know those in-game interviews baseball players and managers sometimes do from the dugout, where they strap on a headset and answer a few questions from the broadcast team? They’re usually not too interesting, but the Tampa Bay Rays found a way to spice one up yesterday.
While the rest of the internet speculates on what LeBron James said in his interview with Larry King, Twitter is turning its attention to the man asking the questions.