The One Where We Buy A Photo Of Jay Mariotti Walking With A Woman For $3.32

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First and foremost, Shia LeBouf has been masquerading around as a Daulerio impostor. Either that, or AJ is more of a fashion icon than any of us have cared to notice. (See Gawker.)

Second- I have two pictures of Jay Mariotti walking down the street in Santa Barbara... WITH A WOMAN! I would think that these are some how equivalent to photos of A-Rod with a known PED supplier (albeit much less interesting). But, it seems like passable deadspin "Wake up!" fodder. Interested? I'll do an even $5 for the pair (one is pretty lousy).
—Jake

DEADSPIN:

$3.32

JAKE:

Done. I'll send you a Paypal request. It's been a pleasure. I threw in a picture of two chickens sumo-wrestling for good measure.

I'm sure you get tired of hearing this, but I love the site. I'm going to graduate school next year to study mass media and journalism, largely due to your site. Believe it or not. So, for what it's worth- Thanks for the memories, and for staying true to your readers. So, when I get my masters I'll send you my resumé. If you ever feel like giving a "young gun" any advice and have a conversation, give me a call.

The One Where We Buy A Photo Of Jay Mariotti Walking With A Woman For $3.32

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