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Pardon The Suspension

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So Tony Kornheiser was on his radio show and said some not-so-nice things about ESPN cohorts.

The gasbags behind the mikes at ESPN, and ESPN properties such as ESPN-1050, shout on many subjects. The recent controversy involving PTI co-conspirator Tony Kornheiser and Clown Communinty College anchor Hannah Storm is not one of them.

When Big Brother Bristol muzzles the talkies, they stay muzzled. Or maybe the yakkers know where not to tread.

When ESPN bosses don’t like what’s coming out of Kornheiser’s mouth, they simply suspend him for a couple of weeks. This ain’t the first time he was temporarily deep-sixed.

In case you were smart enough to ignore this latest alleged controversy, Kornheiser was busted after auditioning for the next Fashion Week, commenting on an outfit worn by Storm. Kornheiser, whose wardrobe can best be described as Retro Schlubby, called Storm’s threads “horrifying.”

“She’s got on red go-go boots and a Catholic-school plaid skirt,” Kornheiser said. “Way too short for somebody in her 40s.”

There was also a joke about Chris Berman. Why type it out when it’s available online…

And of course ESPN has replaced Tony with Dan LeBa-retard on Pardon the Interruption. This of course begs the question: Who is getting punished here — Tony or the audience?

If he has the financial means to leave that show, I hope Tony goes somewhere else and spends the rest of his days ragging on ESPN. What a bunch of bitches. In addition, if ANYONE on the Boo-Yah Network makes fun of any person out there, I hope the person offended launches a crusade of threatened lawsuits and other gibber gabber until ESPN passes a policy forbidding ridicule of ANYONE. When one person/topic is deemed “out of bounds,” EVERY person/topic should be deemed “out of bounds.”

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February 26, 2010 at 9:34 pm

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