Sunday, September 9, 2012

Twitter Responds To Joel Sherman, Others

I will say after last night I have un-followed Joel Sherman on twitter and I have un-bookmarked the NY Post from my Google chrome. I am not saying that everyone should do this as well but I just think this is a better route to go than what I have seen. If he, and to a lesser extent John Heyman, cannot do any better than that then they should not be in their current positions. The only way to get them out of their current positions is to hit them in the wallet. I digress and will let twitter speak for me from here.

Note that I do not agree, condone, or any of that other legal stuff any of these tweets. They are public record and I am just showing you.

1 comment:

  1. I love how the media hides behind the "we're just doing our job" line all the time. Sherman asked his question, it got answered, it was time to move on.

    Sherman may be just as frustrated as any other Yankee fan, but Girardi is probably more frustrated since his job is on the line. And to say it's okay for one to be frustrated and show it, and not the other, is ludicrous.


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