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Old 01-08-2013, 06:44 PM   #1
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Default Rob Parker let go by ESPN

Now I don't have to see that D*ckhead again

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Old 01-08-2013, 06:45 PM   #2
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Great News!

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Old 01-08-2013, 06:46 PM   #3
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Always thought he was lousy analyst to be honest.
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Default Re: Rob Parker let go by ESPN

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No, not at all. This is a working man and not a professional millionare athlete. How is he going to provide for his family after all of this negative press? Who will hire him?
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Old 01-08-2013, 06:53 PM   #5
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Default Re: Rob Parker let go by ESPN

they got this one right. his comments about RG3 were out of line and displayed a level of stupidity that is beyond comprehension.
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Still can't believe he made that comment.
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Rob Parker, where "down with the cause" happens.
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No, not at all. This is a working man and not a professional millionare athlete. How is he going to provide for his family after all of this negative press? Who will hire him?
It's sad for his family yes but how did he not deserve this?
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No, not at all. This is a working man and not a professional millionare athlete. How is he going to provide for his family after all of this negative press? Who will hire him?
I'm sure he will find a job as a columnist or such somewhere.

And I'm sure he had a decent salary at ESPN with a retirement account and all.

He has to pay the price for making those moronic comments on national television.
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No, not at all. This is a working man and not a professional millionare athlete. How is he going to provide for his family after all of this negative press? Who will hire him?


No one gives a sh*t LOL
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Default Re: Rob Parker let go by ESPN

his RG3 comments aside, I didn't like him much as an analyst or journalist. He was biased, out of touch, and sometimes a plain fool. And again, that's not counting his RG3 comments.

I'm not too worried about his livelihood. He'll get a job, surely. First should be RG3's wife's laundry man.
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I read an article earlier today were he was interviewed and still basically saying the same sh*t Thats prolly why they let him go.

How f*ckin hardheaded can you be?
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No, not at all. This is a working man and not a professional millionare athlete. How is he going to provide for his family after all of this negative press? Who will hire him?

He only has himself to blame.
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Old 01-08-2013, 07:13 PM   #14
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No, not at all. This is a working man and not a professional millionare athlete. How is he going to provide for his family after all of this negative press? Who will hire him?



He should have thought about that before he spoke like a moron.
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Old 01-08-2013, 07:29 PM   #15
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I read an article earlier today were he was interviewed and still basically saying the same sh*t Thats prolly why they let him go.

How f*ckin hardheaded can you be?


I guess its hard being honest in a world full of deceit. He will get another job tho hell espn might even hire him again somewhere down the road a few years from now.

I remember wen espn let stephen a smith go for like three years and then they broughT him back. Still hope for ya rob.
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