Posts Tagged ‘Erin Andrews’

Geeky ESPN Graphics Whiz Admits to Green Screening Erin Andrews into His Bedroom

Tuesday, August 9th, 2016

Lean and Green. The lovely Erin Andrews has been green-screened onto Melvin Frisbee’s bed, where he imagines himself seducing her in his own personal Star Trek episode

BRISTOL, CT. (Sportsman’s Daily Wire Service) — Melvin Frisbee has been the man behind many of ESPN’s more impressive digital graphics effects for the past three years. But on Sunday Frisbee admitted to his bosses there was something he could no longer keep secret.

The twenty-seven year old CGI whiz has been green-screening ESPN sports reporter Erin Andrews into his bedroom since August, 2009. Green-screening, a longtime television visual effect, allows the subject in front of a camera to appear to be anywhere – depending on the background that is chosen. (more…)


Geeky ESPN Graphics Whiz Admits to Green Screening Erin Andrews into His Bedroom

Tuesday, November 4th, 2014

Lean and Green. The lovely Erin Andrews has been green-screened onto Melvin Frisbee’s bed, where he imagines himself seducing her in his own personal Star Trek episode.

BRISTOL, CT. (Sportsman’s Daily Wire Service) — Melvin Frisbee has been the man behind many of ESPN’s more impressive digital graphics effects for the past two years. But on Tuesday Frisbee admitted to his bosses there was something he could no longer keep secret.

The twenty-seven year old CGI whiz has been green-screening ESPN sports reporter Erin Andrews into his bedroom since August, 2009. Green-screening, a longtime television visual effect, allows the subject in front of a camera to appear to be anywhere – depending on the background that is chosen. (more…)


Zombified Michael Crabtree Has Apocalyptic Surprise Awaiting Richard Sherman

Monday, January 20th, 2014
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Tree and Out. Michael Crabtree has a little something in store.

SEATTLE (Sportsman’s Daily Wire Service) Only seconds after Seattle Seahawks cornerback, Richard Sherman’s puffed up, angry outburst during the now infamous post game interview with FOX’s Erin Andrews went viral, the target of his rant was cooking up a virus of this own.

San Francisco 49ers wide receiver, Michael Crabtree was planning a payback. Crabtree, who minored in biomedical engineering at Texas Tech, went to work on a  Lysergic Quinine Protein derivative (LQP-79) injection. (more…)


Public Display of Erin Andrews’ Ass Angers Some Who Don’t Watch Sports Religiously

Thursday, December 22nd, 2011

Ass the World Turns. The photo on the large, rotating display in question.

BOSTON (Sportsman’s Daily Wire Service) Political correctness was the debate of the day yesterday at the US District Court building in Boston. Though no Christmas displays depicting nativity scenes or Chanuka menorahs are visible on the public grounds, the large, brightly lit, rotating digital photo of ESPN correspondent, Erin Andrews’ posterior is drawing the ire of some.

“Just because you like sports and specifically Ms. Andrews’ well proportioned buttocks, doesn’t mean you have the right to shove it in my face.” said Clement O’Shaughnessy, 54, of nearby Chelsea. “Although, I’m fully aware that some of you degenerates may actually enjoy that sort of happy tomfoolery.” (more…)


Day Three: Erin Andrews Demands Large Piece of TSD’s Pie; Editors Could Be Left Holding Bag

Friday, February 11th, 2011

EA Sports Is In Their Face. Andrews lays down the law.

BOCA RATON (Sportsman’s Daily Wire Service) Comely sideline reporter Erin Andrews burst into the swanky, penthouse office of the Sportsman’s Daily yesterday afternoon demanding a significant portion of the advertising dollars the sports satire site earned during a nearly 48 hour news cycle in which she was the major focal point.

At approximately 4:15 PM, Andrews darted past 73 year old security man Barney Wilcox, who was enjoying a liverwurst and onion sandwich on a hard roll with a cup of coffee.

“We don’t normally get too many buxom babes up here wearing a flowing summer dress with their lustrous golden blonde hair falling gently onto their perfectly proportioned tan shoulders,” said Wilcox, the crumbs still fresh on his olive green uniform shirt. “But today was an exception – and you could tell this one had an agenda.”

Andrews interrupted the meeting just as the editorial staff was ogling over photographs of her and discussing various scenarios of infidelity and which of her body parts they’d like to eat whitefish from Katz’s Deli off of. (more…)


TSD Board Meets Regarding Consecutive Erin Andrews Stories; Flipping to Fan Site Discussed

Thursday, February 10th, 2011

Erin it Out. The voluptuous Erin Andrews warming up for some sideline action.

BOCA RATON (Sportsman’s Daily Wire Service) The enormous traffic flow to the Sportsman’s Daily yesterday has been traced directly to a story regarding ESPN reporter Erin Andrews.

It was decided by TSD editors to break with tradition and run consecutive Andrews stories to see if Wednesday was an anomaly, or if the delightful, perky reporter with the come hither smile and spectacular breasts is a true ratings grabber.

“What we’re dealing with here is an exceptionally hot sideline reporter,” said TSD’s New York Bureau Chief, Chet Lassiter. “If we post a salacious photograph (or two) which focuses on her flowing blond hair blowing in the breeze gently caressing the tight curves of her body, we’re gonna get a few more ticks. It’s just common sense. And let me add for the record, I’d like to see and approve all those photos.” (more…)


Geeky ESPN Graphics Whiz Admits to Green Screening Erin Andrews into His Bedroom

Monday, February 22nd, 2010

Lean and Green. The lovely Erin Andrews has been green-screened onto Melvin Frisbee’s bed, where he imagines himself seducing her in his own personal Star Trek episode.

BRISTOL, CT. (Sportsman’s Daily Wire Service) — Melvin Frisbee has been the man behind many of ESPN’s more impressive digital graphics effects for the past two years. But on Thursday Frisbee admitted to his bosses there was something he could no longer keep secret.

The twenty-seven year old CGI whiz has been green-screening ESPN sports reporter Erin Andrews into his bedroom since August, 2009. Green-screening, a longtime television visual effect, allows the subject in front of a camera to appear to be anywhere – depending on the background that is chosen. (more…)