“Most players aren’t experienced enough to handle the dangers of Twitter.”

May 4th, 2011 § 2 comments

Even back at my old, [more] amateurish stomping grounds, mocking Skip Bayless was an effort beneath my pay-rate, and in the years since, I’ve silently vowed that my Deadspinning days were behind me forever. But what the heck—it’s a new decade, and I need a break.

Apparently, Skip Bayless thinks… You know what, just watch the video:

He “deeply believe[s] in freedom of speech, ahhhhbviously,” but freedom has it’s limits—the sullied mystique (sovereignty?) of Steeler Nation being one.

The official bird of Steeler Nation

So yeah, banning Twitter. I’d thoroughly enjoy watching that game of whack-a-mole should some megalomanic owner ever take the Skip Bayless Social Media Challenge.

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§ 2 Responses to “Most players aren’t experienced enough to handle the dangers of Twitter.”"

  • Bechtel says:

    Remember when Skip Bayless accused Troy Aikman of being gay when he was a newspaper columnist in Texas? That about sums it up.

  • Vinnie says:

    Yeah, but what man doesn’t wish Troy Aikman were gay? I sure ain’t met him. I just can’t get over the solemnity in his voice when he says “Steeler Nation.”

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