You can barely make it out in this grainy picture I took last night through my windshield with my phone, but the Corvette’s license plate says MR BAD 7. Do you suppose the driver is the seventh-baddest dude in Florida, or that he owns six cars even badder than the Corvette?
“Memo to publishers: If you want to be liked, respected and read in your community, stop viewing death as a profit center. For God’s sake, don’t try to upsell the bereaved when they contact you about an obit.”
“Newspapers across America are spending an awful lot of money training reporters how to get audio and video, and then how to edit it. But aren’t newspapers missing the boat by forgetting about content? It doesn’t matter what kind of equipment you have or how much audio/video is on the Web site if the content isn’t there.
Isn’t that what we dislike about TV? All flash but no content?”
“When you cut yourself shaving, it’s gonna bleed for a week. When you hurt your shoulder like Tim Tebow did, it’s gonna hurt for a week.”
WTF, Gary Danielson?
He also insisted on several occasions that “This is still a football game,” lest the viewer mistakenly conclude that, after two and a half hours of football, the teams were now engaged in a cricket match. And he once referred to Georgia quarterback Matthew Stafford as Mike Bobo, who last played for the Bulldogs a decade ago. Perhaps most perplexing was his mangling of the fable of the scorpion and the frog, which, apart from being creatively reinterpreted to involve a scorpion and a tortoise, was inexplicably employed to illustrate an indecipherable point about Tebow’s tendency to run the ball.
Gary, seriously, have your brain checked out first thing Monday morning.