While this may be true, many in the world of high-powered professional sports will never understand the nature of these subliminal, undermining issues that are twisting in the wind during feuds engaged by massive egos. (NOTE, this movie clip has nothing AT ALL to do with this article and is rated R)
What the fuck did I just say? I have no idea. But let me assure you all of this. On the 17th anniversary of my father’s death (RIP) we can be assured of the following facts:
- Matthew Barnaby banned Dangeroushockey from Twitter only days after telling him he “loved his tweets”
- Dangeroushockey did the right thing by trying to take the high road and forgave him (see previous posts)
- Not only did Dangeroushockey forgive him, we appealed to ESPN (see other previous post) to mediate in order to repair the broken relationship.
- Today. 2 days before the holiday of Christmas (celebrated by Christians worldwide) Dangeroushockey finds themselves without a job at ESPN Cleveland.
Now we are not saying that any of this has anything directly to do with that one fateful day, that ONE extra tweet about the JETS of all things that Dangeroushockey decided to fire off to the handsome ESPN hockey analyst. ONE Tweet too many and now a life in disarray. Or is it? Stay tuned as we get to the bottom of this.