Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by HotRack, Jun 9, 2010.
What say they?
nothing yet, nothing on the major radio stations anyway.
They have scheduled a secret meeting and are trying to figure out how they could have let this happen.
**** YOU, DENVER POST!
Expect MAJOR hate pieces DPO in the coming days and weeks.
DMac was too busy bagging on the APR scholarship hit to notice...
Both CBS 4 News & Fox 31 talking about the APR issues, and not seeming to care about realignment. Denver media sucks ass.
Negative news towards CU will always get preference over positive. We should all be used to that now.
Okay, I tried to refrain, but I can't. I'm going to tip my hand on another pet peeve that you ****ers will almost certainly exploit:
"What are the Denver media saying now?" would be a more appropriate title for this thread.
Apologies for going all grammar police (especially in light of my poor track record) but the constant medium/media misuse bothers me.
Klatt and Kreckman talked Broncos.
Williams and Dmac talked mostly about kNU leaving and the 'big picture' stuff, nothing really about CU. Besides, they are both so wildly uninformed and ignorant on the subject that it was hard to listen to them.
I think it depends on whether you see the Denver media as a single or seperate entities. Both are correct, depending on your POV.
What ARE you so angry about? What's THE problem?
How the **** can you talk Broncos in the middle of June. Gosh Denver sport radio must really suck.
How you view the Dever press outlets is irrelevant. The word "media" is plural and the verb should be conjugated accordingly.
Typical Naval aviator....thanks buddy-****er!:lol:
****ing engineer bubblehead. Are you wearing your poopy-suit and a beard?
F u c k i n g right a s s h o l e! Loves me the poopie suits! Oh yeah and you spelled DENVER wrong earlier knob-licker! So take your grammar and spelling PhD and shove it! :asshole::thumbsup:
nah, she's right. Just like you can say "I think politics is/are stupid." if politics is taken to mean a field, then it is singular. also, as a former member of the field, i can say journalists use "media" as singular. Now...back to the subject at hand...is Denver actually talking about this yet?!
HE and NOT she
Separate names with a comma.