It’s the end of the month and we think we’ve already worked hard enough, so let’s chat! We’ll be down below in the comments hanging out for awhile.
We are all just pretending to work while watching March Madness on a second screen, so let’s chat!
It’s Friday afternoon and we bet you don’t feel like working any more than we do. Get in the comments and let’s pass the time together.
We’re now joined by Daniel Wallach, a lawyer and shareholder at Becker & Poliakoff. Daniel is an expert on gaming law and sports law, and has counseled professional sports teams, fantasy sports operators, casinos, racetracks, sports betting companies, and other gaming industry participants on a wide spectrum of…
Lawyer and daily fantasy law expert Daniel Wallach will be stopping by at noon to answer all of your questions about the numerous legal battles surrounding daily fantasy, and anything else on your mind.
It’s Friday and the snowpocalypse has descended upon most of us. We’re hanging out in the discussion section below, ready to yak.
We’re also just “working” today for appearance’s sake, so let’s talk about whatever’s on your mind.
We’re now joined by Alan Sepinwall, author of The Revolution Was Televised, a fantastic book about the origins of The Sopranos, The Wire, Battlestar Galactica, and other dramas that laid the ground for the current golden age of television. It’s now out in a new edition, featuring new material on how Mad Men and …
Swing over at noon, when we’ll have esteemed TV critic Alan Sepinwall by for a chat about the updated new edition of his (terrific) book The Revolution Was Televised and whatever else is on your mind.
Hi, we’re the Deadspin staff. It’s a nice lazy Friday afternoon. Let’s yak!
It’s Friday. Ask us things.
Spring is here! We’re all about ready to head outside, but even so now seems like a good time to talk with the public. Let’s yak!
It's Friday and we're not much in the mood for working. We're hanging out down below in the discussion section; let's talk about whatever.
It's the end of the week and we're pretty much done. Let's talk about nonsense.
Been a lot going on 'round these parts recently, and since we don't feel like doing anything productive, how about you just ask us some questions, yeah?
It's a lazy Friday afternoon and we're just shooting the breeze anyway, so come shoot it with us.
It's been a long week and we're pretty much done, so rather than working, we're going to hang out in the comments and answer any questions you might have for us. Let's do it.
Swing by at 3:00 (Eastern) to talk with Frankie Edgar, former UFC 155 lb. champion, current featherweight contender, and all-around good dude.
Serious question. Approach from any angle you wish. If you could build a sports site from scratch, what would it look like? What would it cover? What sort of bells and whistles would you want? Tell us in the discussion below.
Steven Levitt is one of the authors of Freakonomics and a professor of economics at the University of Chicago. He's also something of a railbird and an adviser to Derby Jackpot, a legal online horse betting website. Dive into the discussion below and ask him about handicapping tomorrow's Kentucky Derby (or about …