EdRalphRomero said:It definitely takes her out of the "journalist" class (damn those quotations marks are contagious). I will add however that all the guys who cover the Sox who have co-written books with players they currently are paid to be objective about are pretty much in the same category.
mauidano said:"Sideline repoters" are hardly journalists. Really what has Dell or Watney contributed other than a pretty face? They repeat old news and give ballpark food reviews. So the fact they give up the inkwell for the company pen is meaningless. It's fun for us to talk about though.
Yeah, I wouldn't have gone near her that night looking like that, let along bang the shit out of her.Foulkey Reese said:Can we please talk about how dreadful she looks in this picture?
I can very easily get by that and I bet most here could as well despite their internet musings.Red(s)HawksFan said:When has that orange face look ever looked good? If you can get past that, that Supergirl is very bangable.
Average Reds said:
Sure it does, but it's complicated. From what I know, it's a genuine relationship between two people who, in my experience, are really nice and likable, and in that sense you're happy for them. But this is also something NESN has frowned upon -- I believe they put a policy against dating players into place when Hazel Mae was here -- and whether they had their head in the sand or not the last 12-18 months, they definitely aren't thrilled about this. It might affect her rep to some degree, though NESN apparently wants to keep her from leaving for Fox Sports 1. The real effect that it has is on actual female journalists who have to deal with the perception that they'll all date the players to .. I don't know, get ahead or something. I know a lot of female reporters who are very bothered about this, and they should be.