Bearcats fan ponders conspiracy theor...

Bearcats fan ponders conspiracy theory | The Columbus Dispatch

There are 9 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Nov 1, 2009, titled Bearcats fan ponders conspiracy theory | The Columbus Dispatch. In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

Ray: Is The Dispatch taking cues from the Pyongyang Gazette ? Does the 38th parallel cross our state somewhere around Jeffersonville? Does our Dear Leader Gordon Gee prohibit the dissemination of information in your paper about the No.

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John

Hilliard, OH

#1 Nov 1, 2009
"I scoured last Saturday's section and could not find one single word of coverage pertaining to the University of Cincinnati football program"

Go look through the Cincinnati Enquirer; you will find little to nothing on Ohio State.
History Lesson

Covington, LA

#2 Nov 1, 2009
Mr. Johnson of Hebron:
Why should the Dispatch cover the Bearcats? It is a Columbus paper and OSU is the local university. The southern Ohio papers should provide the coverage for Cincinnati.
jaxbuck

United States

#3 Nov 1, 2009
Hey Mr Johnson in Hebron. I scoured my morning paper The Florida Times Union, in Jacksonville this morning and OSU only got a very small 2"x3" mention. Cincy got about thesame,but I am not writing to them complaining that they were not given the same number of inches as the Gator game.
Wanna know why, because they are the team in this area....Get a life or move to Cincy....
steve_stiffler

Marion, OH

#4 Nov 1, 2009
So, Ray, now we know you're a bleeding heart liberal just like your master, Marrison. Leftism permeates this rag through every section. Limbaugh is a far better role model than half the players in the NFL. Take your PC crap and shove it.
steve_stiffler

Marion, OH

#5 Nov 1, 2009
Oh, by the way, Ray, "mean spirited bile?" And just what is it that Keith Olbermann spews on MSNBC? That is true hate speech. But you and Goodell have no issues with him doing NFL analysis for NBC on Sunday nights. Leftist double standards at work again.
Speechless

Columbus, OH

#6 Nov 1, 2009
Now there's a first.

Some moron accusing the Dispatch of being leftist.

Left or right, everybody knows Limbaugh is a moron, much like Mr. Stiffler.
John Galt

Grove City, OH

#7 Nov 1, 2009
Olberdork is the definition of the word vile.
steve_stiffler

Marion, OH

#8 Nov 1, 2009
Speechless wrote:
Now there's a first.
Some moron accusing the Dispatch of being leftist.
Left or right, everybody knows Limbaugh is a moron, much like Mr. Stiffler.
So, please, go ahead and defend Olbermann, and we'll know what a piece of work you are.
Parasite Government

Columbus, OH

#9 Nov 1, 2009
Most sports writers don't live in reality - they actually think sports is representative of reality, and therefore tend to be very liberal.

The NFL is just another PC big business trying to win favor with our socialist government, and their product, to be honest, sucks. It's like the early 1970's, before the Japanese automakers started stealing market share.

Can't the Japanese or Chinese come up with a better product?

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