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Attempting to Get Fired

Tony Kornheiser on Monday Night Football last night:

"If you're a columnist, if you're trying to put together a column, Favre is the guy you want to talk to first, because Favre will sit down and open his chest....All of his frailties are out in the open. There are no secrets....

[With Brady and Manning], there are no secrets to reveal....They're not yet in the class of Brett Favre, as animated as they might be, as smart as they might be. As a columnist, a working columnist, Favre's the one you want to talk to."

Our archiving system isn't perfect, but the last Kornheiser working columnette I could find from the printed Washington Post appeared on Sept. 21, 2006. "Imagine me, a terrible player with a 17 handicap, landing on the island green. That's like Danny DeVito winning the NBA slam dunk contest!"

But all this "working columnist" stuff again makes it clear that Tony misses us. And we miss you, Tony. Come home. You can have Page 2 back.

By Dan Steinberg  |  October 30, 2007; 10:16 AM ET
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