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ESPN: It's not crazy, it's irresponsible

Written by Juan Cena on Tuesday, July 20 2010 and posted in SWRT
The latest in ESPN's "It's Not Crazy, It's Sports" commercials features NASCAR haulers for rivals Carl Edwards and  Brad Keselowski getting involved in a little bit of non-sanctioned racing.




It's bad enough ESPN is promoting illegal highway racing with 18-wheelers. It's a whole different matter that one of the  big rigs is for  NASCAR driver Carl Edwards, whose car is sponsored by an Aflac, an insurance company. Is this speeding on the highway kind of thing Aflac really wants to be associated with?


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The latest in ESPN's "It's Not Crazy, It's Sports" commercials features NASCAR haulers for rivals Carl Edwards and  Brad Keselowski getting involved in a little bit of non-sanctioned racing.




It's bad enough ESPN is promoting illegal highway racing with 18-wheelers. It's a whole different matter that one of the  big rigs is for  NASCAR driver Carl Edwards, whose car is sponsored by an Aflac, an insurance company. Is this speeding on the highway kind of thing Aflac really wants to be associated with?


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