Tag:Greg Doyel
Posted on: July 21, 2009 9:57 pm
Edited on: July 21, 2009 10:02 pm

Freeman and Doyel, CBS' Dumber and Dumberer

Ok, we all know that CBS's "double trouble" duo has each shared their take on the situation at hand with one Erin Andrews. Yes, I've watched it. Yes, I regret it. Yes, it was a terrible thing for that to happen to her. Anyone who denies that or thinks she was in on it is just a class A MORON. Again, MORON.

All that aside, I would like to take a look at the "real men's" work in this whole situation. Starting with Freeman

Erin AndrewsThe title of Freeman's "blog" post

Posted on: July 19, 2009 11:09 pmThat there is the date at which Freeman first posts his "thoughts" of this whole thing. When this was a new story.Whomever taped her through a peephole is a disgusting pervert.

If you watched the illegally obtained video, you are a disgusting pervert.

If you searched for the cached version of the video, you are a disgusting pervert.

Thanks. That is all.
And those are his "thoughts" on the matter. Mike, what the hell did you expect would result out of that? "Oh NO! Freeman thinks I'm a jerk! OH NO! OH NO!" Of course not. Any logical person who thinks that situation through realizes that he's telling a drug addict where they can get their next shot of heroin. 

I, for one, had NOT even heard a dimple of this issue before Mr. Freeman decides to share how upset about it he is.pervert? yes. Disgusting? Oh please, Freeman, we all know you watched it.....speaking of which, what is it?Now believe me or not, that's the 100% truth. Now, I may have (probably would have) heard about this later. Probably within 20 minutes. However, that's not the point. The point is that the ONLY reason I even knew about the video was because of Mr. Freeman's "blog" post. So yes, Freeman, you sold the drug addict Heroin. You're just as guilty, maybe even more guilty because you essentially were the distributor, whether you like it or not.

Now let's move on to Doyel

I'm scared ... my Erin Andrews opinion comingname of article. Way to not use her name to get yourself attention, Doyel.....

Posted on: July 20, 2009 4:24 pmAt least he waits until it's essentially a part of everyone's recent browsing history. But still, letting everyone know there's something out there before they get to work the next morning? A bit irresponsible.Having said that, I'm as guilty as the next guyThen I'm really glad that you wrote an entire piece today crucifying yourself. You must feel all warm and fuzzy.I put Erin Andrews' name in the title of this blogg post, as well as in this sentence, to guarantee maximum exposureSo, using her name to get some attention for yourself, while once again putting it out there that there is something out there makes you "the good guy" here? What wonderful reasoning you have Doyel. Simply astonishing. And you are a little boy. I don't care how old you are -- you're not a man. Not if you're one of the thousands, probably hundreds of thousands, maybe millions, of American males slobbering over the Internet for images of ESPN sideline reporter Erin Andrews.Oh, because taking a peek at something that YOU and YOUR CO-WORKER told everyone about is so much worse than deciding to share it with everyone in the first place. Right Doyel?millions of American males who set this sick scenario into motionOk, so those who realize that she is an absolutely stunning woman (a compliment I might add) are in more wrong than the journalists that decided to A)let everyone know that there was something out there and B)using her unfortunate situation to garner a reading audience? You truely are a clown, Doyel. You really are.

Ok, so YES, I was in wrong in watching the video and won't even deny it. It was my fault for watching the video and take full 100% responsibility. However, I am NOT going to be the one that says, "I didn't defend poor Erin Andrews" and then add in another piece, "I put Erin Andrews' name in the title of this blogg post, as well as in this sentence, to guarantee maximum exposure". Ok, Doyel. That was YOU. You were not standing up for her by your own admission.  You decided to let all your followers know about the video. But, no, you didn't do anything wrong. You "helped". You were the good guy......right?
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