Wednesday, October 15, 2008

What. A. Douche.

More blowhard news from annoying schill and Daniel Snyder crony Larry Michael, as Monday he apparently called out Washington Post Wizards beat writer Ivan Carter on his daily radio show. This from Dan Steinberg:

Yeah, that's right, Ivan Carter is next in The Anti-Sourcerer's crosshairs, because he apparently once recently made a joke about Michael during Washington Post Live.

And so, we were presented with this during Redskins Nation on Monday:

"Last week, because of time constraints, I didn't get a chance to address one of The Sourcerer's co-workers, who in fact has called me out on a program right here on Comcast SportsNet. A man I've never met, a man I've never heard of. But in fact, he called me out on behalf of The Sourcerer. Source Meter today's on Orange, we'll keep on eye on it for you folks, but a disturbing situation unfolding for sure."

I cannot reiterate enough times that this man needs to eat shit and die. In case you're unfamiliar with why we hate Michael quite as much as we do, here's a quick refresher course; he basically forced out longtime voice of the Redskins, play-by-play man Frank Herzog, and replaced him by installing himself. He's also an incredible homer (growing up in Silver Spring and graduating from the University of Maryland) and has sided with Snyder and Redskins GM Vinny Cerrato in a silly feud between the members of the organization and Washington Post beat writer Jason La Canfora, who covers the team.

So, once more, in order to really drive the point home... Larry Michael: FUCK OFF!

I love the team just as much as you do, but it is not your job to only report the positive side of all stories concerning the Redskins or to inject your own bias into your reporting. Get a life, you ass.

(One last editor's note, do not confuse Larry Michael with George Michael, the longtime D.C. area sportscaster who now co-hosts Cerrato's radio show. Also, do not confuse George Michael with British pop singer George Michael. I guess this was more complicated than I thought it was going to be.)

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