No doubt some of you would hear Plummer's tour-de-force with great delight (
19,871 21,756 page views on that particular web page and counting), while others would rather listen to cats yowling as they simultaneously scratch their nails on a blackboard.
For the former, listen here.
Meanwhile, Plummer says the podcast is not the real reason for his dismissal. He told the Mercury News, "It was a convenient excuse to get rid of somebody who told the truth."
He said 49ers executives came to him "at least four times, maybe five" last season to warn him that he was being too hard on the team during broadcasts.
Asked how he responded to those meetings, Plummer said: "I literally asked them, 'How much powdered sugar do you want me to put on dog (waste) to make it taste good? We're 0-5. We're last in the league in offense, and we've had three players quit..."
The 49ers have dismissed the suggestion that they fired Plummer for his on-air assessments, noting that he had been just as blunt in prior seasons and was always welcomed back.
- Another loss for San Francisco 49ers fans (Daniel Brown, San Jose Mercury News)