Here's your daily link to Dave McKenna's brilliant "Cranky Redskins Fan's Guide to Dan Snyder," which we'll be posting until a judge goes all Agent Orange on Dan "Daniel" Snyder's libel suit.
Speaking of which, you might recall the following supposedly objectionable line from McKenna's story:
That's the Dan Snyder who ... made a great view of the Potomac River for himself by going all Agent Orange on federally protected lands,
Now here's Patty Glaser, one of Snyder's attorneys, on the phone with TBD apparently from somewhere beyond the rings of Saturn:
Snyder partisans aren't buying the hyperbole defense. "It may seem that way to you but didn't seem that way to a lot of other people and it didn't seem that way to us," says Glaser. When asked whether she'd lined up people who'll testify that they read the "Agent Orange" passage literally, Glaser responded, "I'm not going to discuss what my work product is." She further stated: "A reasonable person would believe that he used Agent Orange or a like chemical in connection with his destruction of foliage and that couldn't be further from the truth."
Team Snyder just never stops covering itself in stupid, does it?
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