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* SpecialGuest: One post passed along a comment by [[SaturdayNightLive Seth Meyers]].

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* SpecialGuest: One post passed along a comment by [[SaturdayNightLive [[Series/SaturdayNightLive Seth Meyers]].


Nearly four years later, citing "the realities of our professional and personal lives", King, [[TheOffice Michael]] [[ParksAndRecreation Schur]], and [[ParksAndRecreation Alan Yang]] (the principal contributors) decided to [[OrphanedSeries stop updating the site]]. The archives are still available to view at www.firejoemorgan.com.

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Nearly four years later, citing "the realities of our professional and personal lives", King, [[TheOffice [[Series/TheOfficeUS Michael]] [[ParksAndRecreation [[Series/ParksAndRecreation Schur]], and [[ParksAndRecreation [[Series/ParksAndRecreation Alan Yang]] (the principal contributors) decided to [[OrphanedSeries stop updating the site]]. The archives are still available to view at www.firejoemorgan.com.


* OrphanedSeries: Tragically, the blog ended before eponymous Joe Morgan was fired from his job as a baseball analysti with ESPN.

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* OrphanedSeries: Tragically, the blog ended before eponymous Joe Morgan was fired from his job as a baseball analysti analyst with ESPN.



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* OrphanedSeries: Tragically, the blog ended before eponymous Joe Morgan was fired from his job as a baseball analysti with ESPN.


In April of 2005, TV writer [[ParksAndRecreation David A. King]] founded Fire Joe Morgan as a way for him and some of his friends to keep track of, and entertain each other with, sports journalism they found ridiculous. FJM was never intended for a general audience, but it caught on and developed a following.

Nearly four years later, citing "the realities of our professional and personal lives", King, [[TheOffice Michael]] [[ParksAndRecreation Schur]], and [[ParksAndRecreation Alan Yang]] (the principal contributors) decided to [[TooGoodToLast stop updating the site]]. The archives are still available to view at www.firejoemorgan.com.


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In April of 2005, TV writer [[ParksAndRecreation [[Series/ParksAndRecreation David A. King]] founded Fire Joe Morgan as a way for him and some of his friends to keep track of, and entertain each other with, sports journalism they found ridiculous. FJM was never intended for a general audience, but it caught on and developed a following.

Nearly four years later, citing "the realities of our professional and personal lives", King, [[TheOffice Michael]] [[ParksAndRecreation Schur]], and [[ParksAndRecreation Alan Yang]] (the principal contributors) decided to [[TooGoodToLast [[OrphanedSeries stop updating the site]]. The archives are still available to view at www.firejoemorgan.com.




* DesignatedVillain: Hall of Fame second baseman and (then) ESPN baseball analyst Joe Morgan.
** From the FAQ: We’ve also never been singularly devoted to picking on Joe...I think you have to take “Fire Joe Morgan” as an overall attitude towards conventional wisdom and poor journalism in baseball, rather than a hostile attack on one old dude who refuses to read certain books.


* SpecialGuest: One post passed along the contribution of [[SaturdayNightLive Seth Meyers]].

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* SpecialGuest: One post passed along the contribution of a comment by [[SaturdayNightLive Seth Meyers]].


* SpecialGuest: One post passed along the contribution of [[SNL Seth Meyers]].

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* SpecialGuest: One post passed along the contribution of [[SNL [[SaturdayNightLive Seth Meyers]].


* PenName: King, Schur, and Yang wrote under the names dak, Ken Tremendous, and Junior respectively. Other contributors that did not reveal their real names included Coach, Murbles, America's Sweetheart, and Chester Jesterton.

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* PenName: King, Schur, and Yang wrote under the names dak, Ken Tremendous, and Junior respectively. Other contributors (King, Schur, and Yang revealed their real names in February 2008) Contributors that did not reveal their real names included Coach, Murbles, America's Sweetheart, Spinoza, and Chester Jesterton.Jesterton.
* SpecialGuest: One post passed along the contribution of [[SNL Seth Meyers]].



* [=TropeTitle=]: Any tropes in which the show is already cited can be retrieved from the Wiki if you text-search in a

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\n* [=TropeTitle=]: Any tropes in which PenName: King, Schur, and Yang wrote under the show is already cited can be retrieved from the Wiki if you text-search in a names dak, Ken Tremendous, and Junior respectively. Other contributors that did not reveal their real names included Coach, Murbles, America's Sweetheart, and Chester Jesterton.


In April of 2005, TV writer [[ParksAndRecreation David A. King]] founded Fire Joe Morgan as a way for him and some of his friends to keep track of, and entertain each other with, sports journalism they found ridiculous. FJM was never intended for a general audience, but it caught on and developed quite a following.

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In April of 2005, TV writer [[ParksAndRecreation David A. King]] founded Fire Joe Morgan as a way for him and some of his friends to keep track of, and entertain each other with, sports journalism they found ridiculous. FJM was never intended for a general audience, but it caught on and developed quite a following.



* Designated Villain: Hall of Fame second baseman and (then) ESPN baseball analyst Joe Morgan.

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* Designated Villain: DesignatedVillain: Hall of Fame second baseman and (then) ESPN baseball analyst Joe Morgan.


** From the FAQ:
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** From the FAQ:
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FAQ: We’ve also never been singularly devoted to picking on Joe...I think you have to take “Fire Joe Morgan” as an overall attitude towards conventional wisdom and poor journalism in baseball, rather than a hostile attack on one old dude who refuses to read certain books.


In April of 2005, TV writer [[FrankTV David A. King]] founded FireJoeMorgan as a way for him and some of his friends to keep track of, and entertain each other with, sports journalism they found ridiculous. FJM was never intended for a general audience, but it caught on and developed quite a following.

Nearly four years later, citing "the realities of our professional and personal lives", King, [[TheOffice Michael]] [[ParksAndRecreation Schur]], and [[ParksAndRecreation Alan Yang]] (the principal contributors) decided to [[TooGoodToLast stop updating the site]]. The archives are still available to view at www.firejormorgan.com.


!! This show provides examples of:
* [=TropeTitle=]: List of tropes that are fixtures of the series.

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In April of 2005, TV writer [[FrankTV [[ParksAndRecreation David A. King]] founded FireJoeMorgan Fire Joe Morgan as a way for him and some of his friends to keep track of, and entertain each other with, sports journalism they found ridiculous. FJM was never intended for a general audience, but it caught on and developed quite a following.

Nearly four years later, citing "the realities of our professional and personal lives", King, [[TheOffice Michael]] [[ParksAndRecreation Schur]], and [[ParksAndRecreation Alan Yang]] (the principal contributors) decided to [[TooGoodToLast stop updating the site]]. The archives are still available to view at www.firejormorgan.firejoemorgan.com.


!! This show provides Fire Joe Morgan provided examples of:
* [=TropeTitle=]: List Designated Villain: Hall of tropes that are fixtures of Fame second baseman and (then) ESPN baseball analyst Joe Morgan.
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!! Episodes of this series provide examples of:
* The guidelines for listing show-level tropes apply to this list, too. Alphabetical by trope title.
* List of tropes that are only seen in a single episode or a small handful of episodes.
* Tropes ''about'' episodes, like BottleEpisode, are prime examples.
* This list may also include tropes relating to a secondary or tertiary character or location.
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Nearly four years later, citing "the realities of our professional and personal lives", King, [[TheOfficeMichael]] [[ParksAndRecreation Schur]], and [[ParksAndRecreation Alan Yang]] (the principal contributors) decided to [[TooGoodToLast stop updating the site]]. The archives are still available to view at www.firejormorgan.com.


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Nearly four years later, citing "the realities of our professional and personal lives", King, [[TheOfficeMichael]] [[TheOffice Michael]] [[ParksAndRecreation Schur]], and [[ParksAndRecreation Alan Yang]] (the principal contributors) decided to [[TooGoodToLast stop updating the site]]. The archives are still available to view at www.firejormorgan.com.




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\nIn April of 2005, TV writer [[FrankTV David A. King King]] founded FireJoeMorgan as a ----way for him and some of his friends to keep track of, and entertain each other with, sports journalism they found ridiculous. FJM was never intended for a general audience, but it caught on and developed quite a following.

Nearly four years later, citing "the realities of our professional and personal lives", King, [[TheOfficeMichael]] [[ParksAndRecreation Schur]], and [[ParksAndRecreation Alan Yang]] (the principal contributors) decided to [[TooGoodToLast stop updating the site]]. The archives are still available to view at www.firejormorgan.com.




* [=TropeTitle=]: Any tropes in which the show is already cited can be retrieved from the Wiki if you text-search in a separate window on the program name.


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In 2005, TV writer David A. King founded FireJoeMorgan as a ----
!! This show provides examples of:
* [=TropeTitle=]: List of tropes that are fixtures of the series.
* [=TropeTitle=]: Any tropes in which the show is already cited can be retrieved from the Wiki if you text-search in a separate window on the program name.


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!! Episodes of this series provide examples of:
* The guidelines for listing show-level tropes apply to this list, too. Alphabetical by trope title.
* List of tropes that are only seen in a single episode or a small handful of episodes.
* Tropes ''about'' episodes, like BottleEpisode, are prime examples.
* This list may also include tropes relating to a secondary or tertiary character or location.
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