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    Rob Dibble: Baseball Analyst

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    "Those ladies right behind there, they haven't stopped talking the whole game," Rob Dibble said in the sixth inning of Wednesday night's Nats broadcast. "They have some conversation going on. Right here," he said, circling the offenders. "There must be a sale tomorrow going on here or something....Their husbands are going man, don't bring your wife next time."
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    Re: Rob Dibble: Baseball Analyst

    Quote Originally Posted by nate View Post
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    No word on whether he was aware of fire or the wheel!

    Rob Dibble.... misogynist.

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    Re: Rob Dibble: Baseball Analyst

    Maybe it's wrong, but I laughed, just because he's so stupid.

    I'm sure it's part of Dibble's act. It reminds me of when Tracy Jones had that fake caller acting all snobby.. He claimed that the people in the cheap seats should have to wait after the game so that people that paid more for their tickets could get to their cars without a crowd, etc.. I laughed at all the fools that believed it was a real person, when it was obviously fake.
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    Re: Rob Dibble: Baseball Analyst

    Quote Originally Posted by REDREAD View Post
    Maybe it's wrong, but I laughed, just because he's so stupid.

    I'm sure it's part of Dibble's act. It reminds me of when Tracy Jones had that fake caller acting all snobby.. He claimed that the people in the cheap seats should have to wait after the game so that people that paid more for their tickets could get to their cars without a crowd, etc.. I laughed at all the fools that believed it was a real person, when it was obviously fake.
    Act?

    Yikes!!

    If that's an act then he's always in character.

    Lee Strasberg would be proud.

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    Re: Rob Dibble: Baseball Analyst

    Quote Originally Posted by REDREAD View Post
    Maybe it's wrong, but I laughed, just because he's so stupid.

    I'm sure it's part of Dibble's act. It reminds me of when Tracy Jones had that fake caller acting all snobby.. He claimed that the people in the cheap seats should have to wait after the game so that people that paid more for their tickets could get to their cars without a crowd, etc.. I laughed at all the fools that believed it was a real person, when it was obviously fake.
    After listening to Dibble during several Nats telecasts, I've come to the conclusion that he's not smart enough for that to be an "act."
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    Re: Rob Dibble: Baseball Analyst

    Quote Originally Posted by REDREAD View Post
    Maybe it's wrong, but I laughed, just because he's so stupid.

    I'm sure it's part of Dibble's act. It reminds me of when Tracy Jones had that fake caller acting all snobby.. He claimed that the people in the cheap seats should have to wait after the game so that people that paid more for their tickets could get to their cars without a crowd, etc.. I laughed at all the fools that believed it was a real person, when it was obviously fake.
    That "caller" still calls in and is still hilarious. People go nuts when that guy is on and it is great radio.

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    Re: Rob Dibble: Baseball Analyst

    I'm thinking Dibble is in his gig due to his personality rather than grey matter.
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    Re: Rob Dibble: Baseball Analyst

    I think I'm allergic to Dibble. Maximum safe exposure time is about 5 seconds.
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    Re: Rob Dibble: Baseball Analyst

    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou View Post
    Rob Dibble.... misogynist.
    Rob Dibble.... misanthrope

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    Re: Rob Dibble: Baseball Analyst

    I don't like what he said. Stereotyping irks me.

    But! As a fan at a game... I absolutely HATE IT when the people behind, in front, or beside me do nothing but yap during the entire game... and not about the game. It's totally distracting and drives me insane. I'd love to scream SHUT THE H... UP!

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    Re: Rob Dibble: Baseball Analyst

    Quote Originally Posted by TeamBoone View Post
    I don't like what he said. Stereotyping irks me.

    But! As a fan at a game... I absolutely HATE IT when the people behind, in front, or beside me do nothing but yap during the entire game... and not about the game. It's totally distracting and drives me insane. I'd love to scream SHUT THE H... UP!

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    Re: Rob Dibble: Baseball Analyst

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    That "caller" still calls in and is still hilarious. People go nuts when that guy is on and it is great radio.
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    Re: Rob Dibble: Baseball Analyst

    Quote Originally Posted by BoydsOfSummer View Post
    Went to a game at Wrigley a couple years ago. There wasn't a soul within 30 square feet of me paying even the slightest attention to the game. It both irked me and astonished me.
    If I was a Cub fan at a Cubs game. I wouldn't want to pay attention to them playing either.
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    Re: Rob Dibble: Baseball Analyst

    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou View Post
    Act?

    Yikes!!

    If that's an act then he's always in character.

    Lee Strasberg would be proud.
    It is mostly an act. Dibble is a very intelligent, well read person. I actually had a conversation with him over Camus. Not kidding.
    He loves attention, however, and learned very early that being outrageous brings lots of attention. If he wasn't in baseball, he would probably make his living as a clown. That's just a hobby for him now.
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