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SI colleagues roasted Andy Gray for “nobody wants to read anything over 1,000 words” tweet

Andy Gray is a senior editor at Sports Illustrated, who (as per his LinkedIn profile) writes the Hot Clicks column (pictures of scantily-clad women combined with sports links), manages the Swim Daily section (ibid, minus the sports links), manages their Extra Mustard sports and culture vertical and manages the SI Vault Twitter account and the SI photos Read more... The post SI colleagues roasted Andy Gray for “nobody wants to read anything over 1,000 words” tweet appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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