Step aside Al Capone, there’s a new Public Enemy No. 1 in town.
“I’d be happier if we had some Zenyatta burgers. It’s about time for that, right?” ~Michael Wilbon
Just who is this guy?
Wilbuffoon is a former sports columnist for The Washington Post, co-hosts ESPN's Pardon the Interruption and is an NBA studio analyst for ABC/ESPN. The above, highly offensive quote came from yesterday’s episode of Pardon the Interruption, a cartoonish sports television show co-hosted by Wilbuffoon and Tony Kornheiser.
Just who does this guy think he is?
We knew Wilbuffoon is no friend of the sport of horse racing after last year‘s statement, "I know you like horse racing, but it's dead. It's gone. It's over," but yesterday’s abomination of a quote took things to a whole new level.
It is now clear that Wilbon is not a fan of horses either. I can only hope that yesterday’s despicable statement was some miserable attempt at humor, but the fact remains, for any television personality to say that he would like to eat the most popular race horse in the world, is unacceptable.
I propose the following consequences for Wilbuffoon:
Horse racing fans should boycott Pardon the Interruption and anything else involving Wilbuffoon.
Disney should remove him from all programming on ESPN and ABC networks.
For Karma’s sake, in his next life Wilbuffoon should come back as a chicken to feel what it is like to be on the opposite end of the food chain.