A quick godspeed to Deadspin's Will Leitch, who is trading in his internets for a chance to be the kind of journalist that the internets attack and dismantle. Leitch has always been a friend to FJM -- I believe that Deadspin was the first heavily-trafficked site ever to link to us, driving our daily traffic from like 200 hits a day to upwards of 320+.
Everything that can be said about Leitch has been, most eloquently by this man
. So we will simply say, in his parlance: thank you, sir, and good luck, sir, and see you soon. Sir.
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