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ESPN Informative - Second Rate Attitude

Review by wfc4588 on 2007-04-09
NEW JERSEY -- Most corporations have an agenda to the American public. I question Disney's corporate Image. Some years ago I was part of a presentation to the the Kodak Board of Directors. The word abortifacient (for Cattle) came up and the presentation stopped. The Chairman of the Board said stop, enlightened the group, including the presenters of the company's responsibilities to bring joy to the American Public. The product died, the department was sold and the company understood the agenda of the company.

I see disney as similar, but ESPN violates all that Disney represents to me. There's just too much testosterone. Cold Pizza today discussed how tarnished Tigher Woods legacy was for coming in second. It is obvious to me that the reporter has an idea that he mush be harsh with 99% of all athletes and never looks at an athletic performance. He needs to understand the objectives a company like Disney should have and seems to have forgotten. ESPN needs to be more too ud in America that an over testosteroned bunch of jocks. They btarnish Disney's legacy.

And don't ever get me started about the ESPN radio bunch of haters.

William
Comments:4 Replies - Latest reply on 2007-04-09
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-04-09:
The ONLY reason to watch ESPN is for live sports coverage and nothing else. Their "sister station's" (ABC) coverage of the NBA is horrific! JMHO
Posted by Slimjim on 2007-04-09:
Well and Baseball Tonight when it's season.
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-04-09:
How is this a consumer issue?
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-04-09:
geez... I can't even make enough sense out of this posting to ask a question about it.

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