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I heard the audio, can't blame her, she feels awful, is staying off camera and has been reluctant to leave home. She lives in a gated community and those idiots managed to get in. WTF do thrry think they can possibly get by harassing her at her home?

lol i have no idea. maybe they thought she would just invite them in like it was a porno.

but really this sounds pretty awful. doesnt even want to come out of her house, was barely on the televised version of the ESPYs... and if shes not on football sidelines next year i will be sad. but if she is she will get cat-called like none other.

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lol i have no idea. maybe they thought she would just invite them in like it was a porno.

but really this sounds pretty awful. doesnt even want to come out of her house, was barely on the televised version of the ESPYs... and if shes not on football sidelines next year i will be sad. but if she is she will get cat-called like none other.

I think she will be out there for football season, but things will be a bit different. Having done some work with ESPN, I have talked to a few people who have worked with her and they all said that she was a very nice and down-to-earth person to both her colleagues and the public. Not a stuck-up diva by any means.

I think for her own good she needs to develop an edge and reduce her accessibility with the public.

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I'm like, Erin Andrews, maybe you've heard of me or seen me naked lately. I'm totally all over TV. What? You've never heard of me? You should Google me. I'm totally famous and now that everyone has seen me sniff my farts, I'm getting, like, way more attention than before. I can't believe you've never heard of me.

She sniffed her farts in the video?

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She started out as a sideline reporter for SEC football games and now is at just about every live sporting event carried by ESPN. It sounded like she had a promising career without some jagoff violating her rights.

SMH @ some of you who frequently pass yourselves off as progressive or enlightened yet feel that this is somehow her fault.

She worked for the Braves first and she was awful.

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I'm conservative on many issues. Woman's rights being one of them...

:D

Anyway, I don´t feel sorry for her at all. Her main talent was her beauty, she has to live with the positive and negative aspects of that. If you are the pinup girl - I mean sideline reporter - for an audiance that can´t think past sports, beer and sex, then you should know that you might reach a point where the geeks are coming after you :lol:

Female sideline reporters are a joke anyway. Either they are ultra just to get all teenage boys excited or they are there to suggest that it´s an family event. The last ones are especially annoying, they fallin the same kind of category as those black characters that appear in some historical movie even though there were no black people involved in that historical event

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:D

Anyway, I don´t feel sorry for her at all. Her main talent was her beauty, she has to live with the positive and negative aspects of that. If you are the pinup girl - I mean sideline reporter - for an audiance that can´t think past sports, beer and sex, then you should know that you might reach a point where the geeks are coming after you :lol:

Can you hear me all the way back there in the 1950's?

I bet you're the type who says the woman was "asking for it" when she is raped.

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Anyway, I don´t feel sorry for her at all. Her main talent was her beauty, she has to live with the positive and negative aspects of that. If you are the pinup girl - I mean sideline reporter - for an audiance that can´t think past sports, beer and sex, then you should know that you might reach a point where the geeks are coming after you :lol:

Female sideline reporters are a joke anyway. Either they are ultra just to get all teenage boys excited or they are there to suggest that it´s an family event. The last ones are especially annoying, they fallin the same kind of category as those black characters that appear in some historical movie even though there were no black people involved in that historical event

How could you not feel sorry for her? She was in the privacy of her own hotel room changing clothes...how is this not the ultimate violation of privacy? This whole event is wrong on some many levels it's disgusting.

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Can you hear me all the way back there in the 1950's?

I bet you're the type who says the woman was "asking for it" when she is raped.

She wasn´t raped. All I am saying is, that I don´t feel sorry for her. She is a professional in selling her good looks and she will use the video sooner or later to her advantage too. And yes, I am still not convinced that this video wasn´t staged

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How could you not feel sorry for her? She was in the privacy of her own hotel room changing clothes...how is this not the ultimate violation of privacy? This whole event is wrong on some many levels it's disgusting.

There are worse things in life than being seen naked, especially if you are attractive as she is.

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Has anything ever been said about Erin Andrews and her ability/skill as a sideline reporter? No. The only reason players like to talk to her is due to her looks, which is fine on some level but her career was destined to be short lived. Those with the ability/skill to get solid interviews are more often than not, not that good looking. Look at the other female reporters ESPN has on their staff.. very few would get a second look by most people (men and women) but their ability to get good information and interviews makes up for that.

This whole thing was an inside job by an ESPN employee and could have been set up by Erin herself.. if there were suspicion of anyone else being in on this outside of ESPN this would still be all over the news.

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Has anything ever been said about Erin Andrews and her ability/skill as a sideline reporter? No. The only reason players like to talk to her is due to her looks, which is fine on some level but her career was destined to be short lived. Those with the ability/skill to get solid interviews are more often than not, not that good looking. Look at the other female reporters ESPN has on their staff.. very few would get a second look by most people (men and women) but their ability to get good information and interviews makes up for that.

This whole thing was an inside job by an ESPN employee and could have been set up by Erin herself.. if there were suspicion of anyone else being in on this outside of ESPN this would still be all over the news.

They got Rachel Nichols and Colleen Dominguez.

Only ugly *** **** one I can think of is Shelly Smith (sp?)

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They got Rachel Nichols and Colleen Dominguez.

Only ugly *** **** one I can think of is Shelly Smith (sp?)

Rachel isn't winning Prom Queen or any beauty pageants:

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And Colleen is older..

Face it Erin Andrews is known solely for her looks, Rachel is a solid reporter and writer.. as is Colleen.

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Rachel isn't winning Prom Queen or any beauty pageants:

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And Colleen is older..

Face it Erin Andrews is known solely for her looks, Rachel is a solid reporter and writer.. as is Colleen.

So that makes it OK to violate her right to privacy?

New Rule: If you are a hot woman, the world has the right to see you naked if you want to or not.

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So that makes it OK to violate her right to privacy?

New Rule: If you are a hot woman, the world has the right to see you naked if you want to or not.

I didn't say that did I... what's your problem? :huh:

What I did say is that Erin Andrews made it to ESPN based on her looks and her time on TV would be short because of it.

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Something to keep in the back of your mind while making "political" statements... there have been several cases where women who base their careers on their looks have had tapes or pictures leaked to the public. There is also the whole trend of getting out of a car and flashing the cameras "on accident".. there's got to be a reason why this case has faded fast from the headlines. I'm not one for conspiracy theories but there's a reason why ESPN is staying quiet on this subject.

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