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Ken Tremendous Speaks of the Fired Joe Morgan

Q: FireJoeMorgan.com was obviously was a big part of your life for a while, and you finally got your wish. What'd you think when you heard about it? A: Well, you know, honestly, it wasn't really my wish. And I think I speak for the other guys who did the site. We never, after a very, very brief amount of time, we realized that we had named our site incorrectly. Because it wasn't really about Joe Morgan. He obviously came to represent a certain kind of person in baseball, a kind of announcer who preferred traditional, old-timey ways to the new-fangled ways. But you know, I've been asked to comment a lot about him being fired in a way that suggests... people assume that I would be gloating or something. And I don't wish any... we never wished any ill favor to the man. We never wanted anything bad to happen to him. That's why it was a terrible name for a website. It really didn't represent what we were trying to do.

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