Remembering Occupy Tebow: Jewel Of ESPN's Dying Comments SectionTom Ley7/16/13 12:10pmFiled to: ooccupy tebowxtebowmemestim tebowespnmedia meltdownsremembrances472EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink The ESPN comments section will no longer exist in its current form after today. The cesspool that allowed sports fans to anonymously post their unpunctuated thoughts about sports while hiding behind the shield of anonymity is being replaced by a system that will force users to tether their comments to their Facebook accounts. So now is the perfect time to look back at the best thing the ESPN comments section ever produced: the Occupy Tebow meme.It started organically, as all good memes should, when the anonymous masses collectively decided that they had finally had enough of ESPN's fawning coverage of Tim Tebow, and stormed the comments section of an innocuous Bill Williamson column to engage in an act of protest against ESPN's bullshit. ShareTweet Kinja is in read-only mode. We are working to restore service.