Keith Olbermann joins Salon
July 25, 2002 12:45 PM   Subscribe

Keith Olbermann joins Salon with an essay about baseball, September 11, and Sex in the City [Brazenly self-plagarized from SportsFilter]
posted by kirkaracha (9 comments total)
bro just jumped the shark
posted by tsarfan at 1:05 PM on July 25, 2002

Wait, wait: Salon is nearly bankrupt and people are still joining the staff? Hopefully Olbermann gets paid by the piece, upfront.
posted by nathan_teske at 1:21 PM on July 25, 2002

It's Kristin Davis, not Kristen Davis. She's hot.
posted by dayvin at 1:24 PM on July 25, 2002

Keith Olbermann has done little but suck since he left Sportscenter.
posted by zoopraxiscope at 1:27 PM on July 25, 2002

remember when keith olbermann was covering the world series a couple of years ago with the fox network? he wasn't a regular announcer, but an on-field guy (how low for him). this might have been during a game in the regular season, but at some point chuck knoblauch -- still at 2B for the yankees -- threw a ball to first that sailed into the stands. and hit a lady who happened to be olbermann's mom.

posted by moz at 1:43 PM on July 25, 2002

I actually read the column. Seems like more underinformed diatribe blaming the players for the current labor situation.

How often do you think Keith Olbermann lies in bed at night and thinks... "If I could only go back to SportsCenter..."?
posted by nath at 2:12 PM on July 25, 2002

SitC is turning into a travelogue lately. You have Sarah Jessica Parker (Carrie) describing NYC to her friends as if they were tourists.

Dust off the old "drinking game" cliche and apply to "every time Carrie says 'New York.'" Still a fun show, though, and I've always liked Miranda the best
posted by kurumi at 3:36 PM on July 25, 2002

...and it's Sex and the City, not Sex in the City
posted by milnak at 4:28 PM on July 25, 2002

I can imagine his high school drama teacher still whispering to him, "If you want to be Bob Costas, BE Bob Costas."
posted by PrinceValium at 6:43 AM on July 26, 2002

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