Friday, December 10, 2004
Will Collier, over at VodkaPundit, perfectly articluates why I choose not to pursue a career as a sportswriter:|
Got that? Quick translation: If you didn't waste four years of your life getting a journalism degree, and ten more covering junior-high track meets, you aren't worthy of having any say on an issue that you follow on a day-by-day basis--and you're certainly below the notice of any Very Important Sportswriter For A Mid-Market Newspaper.I'd like to note that Collier's deliciously sarcastic lambasting also applies to small-market sportswriters. In fact, they might be even worse. Some of them anyway.