- jane doenut40 followers|109,186 viewsFour thousand hits to my censored google plus account in a week. It must be sort of interesting to see some rationale re: unfunny troll ,Nick Kroll, plastering his distasteful smug mug, all over the place, year after year.Today I learned that his constant presence on ESPN is due to his Brother in law- Roger Bennet. Not to mention that Kroll likely does security for whatever studio they are in.The whole appeal to young men so he can get ratings is fixed when Roger steps in. A cursory google will show you that he has been trying to push some sports angle for a long time. My lord. On one hand he insists the ratings are low cause the humor is too sophisticated, and then he tries to appeal to jocks and "bros" relentlessly. I am getting the very strong feeling that he has no respect for comedy or humor . He is using comedy as some game where he just wants to look successful. It grosses me out.Of course, Roger Bennet and Nick Kroll want to keep that CONFLICT OF INTEREST on the down low. And, for the most part they have succeeded wildly. My broken down little blog is hardly going to put a dent in Nick Kroll's dirty little arrangements.NPR and ESPN and Esquire(that one really hurts) and so many "reputable" outlets are selling out to assure Nick Kroll's appearance of success.Eric Spitznagel, you suck! As of today, you are the no 1 Kroll journo ho!Here are some pertinent articles. One has a great. The Gawker article has a great comment referencing the Kroll sponsored content Iss-ue too. Not sure if they knew the low down on why Kroll is being sold as awesome when he's actually loathsome.
- www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2010/.../60770/Aug 2, 2010 - Last February I got an offer from Kroll, one of the world's largest private investigation firms, to go undercover as a journalist-spy in the ...The Atlantic
- blogs.reuters.com/felix-salmon/.../kroll-even-sleazier-than-we-thought/Nov 30, 2012 - A bit of background: in June 2009, Bryan Burroughs raised questions in Vanity Fair about the role that Kroll played in protecting Ponzi ...
- gawker.com/.../the-atlantic-is-now-publishing-bizarre-blatant-scie...Jan 14, 2013 - The Atlantic –- the one time publisher of Mark Twain, Nathaniel Hawthorne and Edith Wharton –- is now ... But Nick Kroll is AWESOME.Gawker
- theumpires.quora.com/Grantland-should-learn-from-The-AtlanticFeb 1, 2013 - Grantland ought to be more transparent with it's readers. On February 1st, Grantland published sponsored content for The Kroll Show, a new ...
This here blog getting a healthy amount of hits too. Trying to destroy innocent people for no good reason wasn't smart, Nick Kroll. You trying to censor the ugly ugly truth about you, is understandable, but also stupid.Considering that the people you hurt so much are a thousand times more talented than you, and that Tig Notaro cancer scammer clown-- your INSANELY vicious and criminal actions against us was unwise, at the very least. At least that's how I see it.In your world, might is right. In my world, right is right and wrong is wrong.Kroll got it so I can't write on that sweet old Google plus account for two weeks. Boo hoo, I suppose. When I have energy I'll try to fix that problem.