Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Can you imagine if someone from a non-Trendy religion said this?

Dana Jacobson, of ESPN's Cold Pizza recently appeared at a roast in Atlantic City hammering the radio network's morning duo of Mike and Mike. I listen to Mike and Mike and they are actually pretty good. Much better than Boomer and Carton on WFAN. Mike Golic, one of the duo went to Notre Dame. Jacobson went to Michigan. When it was Jacobson's turn to roast the morning team she basically said to Golic, F*ck Notre Dame and F*ck Jesus. Now apparently Jacobson was really drunk. I can personally feel bad for someone who said something stupid when they were drunk because I know I will have multiple opportunities to do so this weekend.

What I do find interesting (and expectant) is the lack of attention from the media. Please ponder the following.

  1. Is there any reason why Jacobson's religion is not identified as we are led to assume she is not Christian or Catholic as she professes to respect all religions.
  2. Is there any doubt her religion would be prominently identified if she was a Christian slandering a Muslim or Jew?
  3. What would the reaction be if a Catholic slandered a Muslim or Jew?
  4. What would the reaction of the New York Times be if a Catholic slandered a Muslim or Jew?
  5. What would the reaction of the perpetrators of the Religion of Pieces be if a Catholic slandered Muhammad?
  6. What would the over/under on the beheadings be?


Adam said...

What's the problem? It's just some drunk chick profanely speaking her mind in a failed attempt at humor.I'm cool with that.The story is an overdo diversion from more reports about some drugged-up actor(famous for playing a queer shepherd) taking a dirtnap.

mc said...

The religion of pieces!! That's great, I'm cross posting!