http://www.instapundit.com/archives/012081.php Maybe it doesn't belong here, but I found it interesting nonetheless. Basically, Greg Easterbrook wrote a column in The New Republic about the new movie Kill Bill, in which these couple of paragraphs drew attention: Here's a link to the full article: http://www.tnr.com/easterbrook.mhtml?pid=844 After some press coverage, and an apology, ESPN decided to relieve him of his duties writing the Tuesday Morning Quarterback column for their Page 2 website because of The New Republic article. But here's where it gets interesting. Not only did ESPN fire him, but they retroactively deleted all of his previous columns, making it appear as though he never worked for them. You can get hits to his previous articles by using keyword searches at ESPN.com, but all the links now give you a 404 error message. IIRC he wrote there for about two years. So is this: A) Just punishment for possible anti-semitic remarks and/or slamming a company product, or B) Somewhere we don't want to go?