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A Different Kind of Color Commentary

If, like us here at JAD you find yourself frequently despising the inanities spewed from las bocas of the talking heads who cover events of a sporting nature, we have a site for you. Joy.


Latigo Flint said…
I prefer to get my sports insight from longwinded Slate columnists.
Zach Pennington said…
I thought had a no-gunslingers policy.
Latigo Flint said…
I disguise myself with cause-ribbons and sympathy for victim culture whenever I want to read.

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