Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Lindsay Soto's Boob Might Pop Out...

...during the middle of a TV interview during the middle of a hockey game.

I've said before and I'll say it again, Versus TV Network is the worst television station in the world. Clearly their director of operations is a six-year old retarded kid with super ADD. Their coverage of the NHL All-Star Game was arguably the worst coverage of a sporting event I've ever seen. The idea of the NHL Playoffs on Versus AT ALL is something that bothers the hell out of me. Every game should be on ESPN or NBC but that's another argument for a future date.

Anywho, the whole point of this story is that Lindsay Soto, Versus' sideline reporter interviewed Anaheim's Rob Niedermayer during last night's Game 3 vs. San Jose. During the interview, her boobs were just hanging out because she was wearing a low cut shirt. She had to cover them a few times to make sure Rob Niedermayer couldn't see all the way down to her bellybutton.

There's two approaches to this whole thing...

A) Sideline reporters should wear some better shirts in case they are in this exact situation. I'll openly admit if Erin Andrews' or Lindsay Soto's breast popped out during an interview, I'd be first in line to see it. However, the whole basis behind their job is that they are great interviewers and are there to focus on the story right? All the feminists insist that the Lindsay Soto's and Erin Andrews' of our world have their jobs because of their talent and brains, not because of their gorgeous looks.

If that's the case, they don't need to wear revealing tops that might showcase some goodies if they lean over to interview a player. During that interview, where she does admittedly do a good job, she took much of the focus away from Niedermayer because she started playing with her boobs.

She should be able to wear a turtleneck and still be as popular and effective because of the great job she does, not because her boobs look great. If not, women need to just admit that people only care about their bodies. (Yikes)

B) This discussion shouldn't be happening in the first place because players should never be interviewed in the middle of the game.

Nascar drivers are interviewed from their car during races, NFL players are interviewed on the sidelines, NHL players get questioned while they are on the ice. It's retarded.

Let them play and worry about the interviews at a different time. Most of the questions are dumb as hell anyways and here we are asking them in the heat of the battle. It's one of the dumbest directions that sports has shifted in in a looong time.

Either way, whatever. I don't care anymore. She's a good reporter, is really hot, and is on Versus. There's the problem in the first place.

1 comment:

  1. I for one hopes she shows more boob