After many years of service, first as the features editor and editor-in-chief of Deadspin and later as the head of GMG’s Special Projects Desk, Tim Marchman has left us. We come now to send him off in the only way we know how: by roasting his ass. Tom Ley One of the first things Marchman did when he got hired at Deadspin was convince our former editor-in-chief, Tommy Craggs, to send him to Panama for a week to report what was promised to be a brilliant piece of journalism. I don’t even remember what the fucking story was supposed to be about anymore. Mariano Rivera, I think? Roberto Duran? Anyway, after spending a week abroad and blowing through what I assume was thousands of the company’s dollars, Marchman returned and just… never wrote the story. He never wrote it! Like not even a little bit! He just fucked off to Panama for a week and then came back and basically said, “My bad.” Despite being a guy capable of such spectacular and costly failure, this company will be much worse off without Marchman around. He has deeply held opinions about basically any topic you can possibly think of. Put him… Read full this story
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