Pam makes some good points with these quotes in Philly.com.
“It’s the psychology of it that I want to understand,” she told me during a phone conversation Monday afternoon. “It’s comical. This whole thing is just comical.”
“I wish it were so easy. It’s a process. I do my own hair and makeup – insert joke here,” she deadpanned. “I’m up early. I’m at the stadium about 4 hours before the game, just going over some last-minute stuff and then waiting for some players to come out, which is generally 2 hours before the game.
“You’re out there, trying a to catch players, get some last-minute stuff, get your reports turned around quickly, and I may or may not have time to put on lip gloss or powder my face,” Oliver explained, adding that she doesn’t have hair stylists and makeup artists with her on game day. “I know TV is a visual medium, but there are times when you kind of hope that people are listening to what you’re saying as opposed to judging you if a strand of hair is not in place or if you have only got one eye lined or something.
“That’s naive of me. I get it. But there are times I get so tunnel-visioned and focused on what I’m doing to the point of maybe letting that other stuff fall by the wayside. It’s not intentional. You want to look your best on TV.”
I will be honest with you, I can see both sides of this, when you are on TV, you just going to have to deal with certain things. We make fun of Russell Wilson Jheri Curl and the size of Peyton’s head, I think in general it is good natured fun.
There is a line that shouldn’t be cross and if you are being vulgar or racist, that is too much/
There are numerous factors involved, but one thing we don’t want to forget in the midst of the trolling is that Pam is very good at her job and has been for a long time. Don’t forget to mention that while making your memes.