Thursday, September 15, 2005

Hooray Norman Chad

It's amazing how much Norman Chad's voice and personality have won me over in such a short time. I had never heard Chad's voice prior to the 2004 World Series of Poker, which he transforms into riveting television with wonderful off-color jokes about his ex-wife.

Now Chad has upped the ante. He showed up on ESPN's Pardon the Interruption alongside Tony Kornheiser. These two are the same person! Granted Mike Wilbon offers better balance

Long live Norman Chad! . . . ( and down with Stephen A. Smith, whose unbearability got him his own show on ESPN2)

(and while i'm at it, down with the following announcers, commentators, analysts, and/or writers: Deion Sanders, Bill Walton, Terry Bradshaw, Magic Johnson and Tony Reali).

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