• Philly Scribe Not Feeling Yankee Hospitality

    Posted by on October 28th, 2009 · Comments (3)

    Frank Fitzpatrick is not having a nice day in the House that Stein Built. (H/T BBTF.)

    Frank Fitzpatrick has been covering sports with the Philadelphia Inquirer since 1980. And, he was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2001. There’s no record as to how long he’s had a stick rammed up his poop chute.

    Comments on Philly Scribe Not Feeling Yankee Hospitality

    1. October 29th, 2009 | 1:19 am

      You know how there’s that commercial where they ask if there is a stupider mascot than the aardvark? Somebody ought to ask if there is anything more boring than sportswriters complaining about their jobs.

    2. October 29th, 2009 | 10:25 am

      I thought this line, on this, at BBTF was funny…

      You are lower than a blogger when you complain about your comps.

    3. October 29th, 2009 | 6:31 pm

      He just sounded very bitter throughout the entire article because he’s not smart enough to realize that he should have gotten there earlier.

      Also, I’ve been in that press box, it is huge. I don’t think they need a bigger one for what? 3-4 games a year, or probably 10 games in 10 years? And how many stadiums have auxiliary press boxes?

      Finally, I live in Brooklyn and I usually bash Manhattan. Plus I guarantee I’m closer to the Statue of Liberty than Philly.

      What a smuck.

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