Video: T.O. on Dr. Phil

I have no energy to write words today. So, as we mourn the misery of the Flyers loss, the Phillies being a disaster, and, well, the Sixers having no shot to win a title, let’s all be saddened by the existence of Terrell Owens, who was on the Dr. Phil Show yesterday.

Perhaps the most disappointing thing about this is T.O.’s former conquests. Buzz, your girlfriends… woof.


22 Responses

  1. Luckily most CB posts are just Twitter screenshots anyway, so the lack of energy to write words shouldn’t make much of a difference.

  2. The flyers had no shot at a title either Kyle so why the crazy coverage on them they beat a team in the first round in which they just had their number. Jersey was smart and played us just like new York did we would’ve been swept by new York anyways so it’s good they didn’t delay the inevitable. 0-6 vs the rangers this year and you thought we could all the sudden beat them 4 out of 7 flyers had no shot the sixers have just as much of a chance beating Miami …. Nonne but they’re still a local team whom you give no coverage to. I just think you personally don’t like baskketball I’m not saying the flyers didn’t deserve the cover, but the Sixers deserve a little coverage.

  3. I actually feel a little bad for him – the black chick said he has already paid her over 1.5(?)million in child support. She should be set for life. People can’t even find full time work making 40k/year in this economy & this chick get 1.5mil & she’s taking his broke ass to court for more? Sheesh.

  4. Auto response from Kyle Scott editor:
    yes, i did create facebook fan pages for a few athletes to start, helped me get some exposure for the blog initially. let’s face it, it takes a while to gain any traction in a crowded market, i figured it would be a good way to get my stuff in front of people. most people liked it and came back.
    i still use the pages because it does help with visits, but at this point, it’s only a small percentage of them. slightly annoying? maybe- but it’s easy enough to unlike or block. i never spammed other blogs – sometimes linked in forums, never blogs.
    i started the site a year ago in december, grown it to a point where i quit my job last month. the t-shirts and tickets are a big part of that, but i don’t make the t-shirts, nor do i own the tickets. i am partnered with philly phaithful and we have an agreement on sales i generated. similar deal with tickets- affiliate commission.
    the fightins took issue with me when i started using the same ticket service they did, not selling phillies tickets at that point, mind you. meech pitched a fit saying i should have “asked him” to use that service (which about 10 other blogs all use now) and that was the start of the issue. they went out of business because meech is too busy to keep the site running and, im guessing, couldn’t figure out a way to make enough money from it.
    last month, i wrote something criticizing one of their guys, ryan, who faked a jon heyman account on twitter then made fun of all the media folks who picked up on it. that basically sent all the fightins guys over the edge and they troll on me on twitter every chance they get. often will say i make **** up, steal stuff from the 700 level, generally call me out on everything i do.
    nothing to defend, that’s the deal with the site and the fightins. i work my ass off with the site and turned it into a full-time gig and opened a bunch of doors for myself in the process. got a lot of help along the way from 97.5, 610, nbc, fox etc who have all mentioned us.
    i try to keep the ticket and t-shirt posts to a minimum, but most people find the ticket service useful and buy the t-shirts, and it helps pay the bills, so i try to limit it as best i can.

  5. Kyle, WTF are you talking about?

  6. @phillies fan
    That’s his new “auto response”. It is triggered whenever someone directs a question to him and he is not around.

  7. Why would T.O. impregnate any of those dogs? Damn, he could have any woman too back in the day.

  8. T.O will be flipping burgers within a year to support all those kids.

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