ESPN does away with “ESPN Slaughter” website

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    Army vet set up site to criticize spending on football.

    Sports network ESPN has convinced a National Arbitration Forum panel to give it the domain name ESPNSlaughter.com.

    The domain name was used by a U.S. Army veteran for commentary about the National Football League.

    With a name like ESPNSlaughter, you might think it had to do with the damage football causes to players’ brains. But Andrew Shulte has a different gripe: he thinks the money that goes to build stadiums and pay players could be put to better use helping society.

    Schulte is a self-professed football fan but suggests a one-year NFL timeout to put money toward other causes. Of course, the NFL couldn’t pay those salaries if it didn’t play for a year, but that’s another story.

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