Want to laugh at a depressed mascot as he fulfils a Twitter bet made with Jimmy Fallon? Of course you do!
I get that emotions of hockey fans always run high and that words of anger are easy to come by when a favorite player gets hurt, but for the love of hockey Jesus can we all stay away from slurs and death threats?!
I love trade deadline day with it’s rumours and speculation running wild… But the part I hate is the rumours and speculation running wild…
It’s expected that fans want their sports teams to win championships so badly that the sight of them losing hurts to watch. Just don’t tell me that there is a fan out there that wanted to win more than the actual player themselves…
The demands of playing in hockey crazy Montreal are already high enough as it is, Habs fans should really do them and their players a favour and not demand that speaking a different language is a requirement.
I’m not an Oilers fan – not that I freely admit anyway – but I do respect the history and there was one Edmonton landmark that I actually didn’t mind seeing that of course has been since covered up because.. well… Edmonton.
Being a bit of a power user on Twitter, I don’t think we need 100 rules on how to use it… But there are 10 everyone should stick too.
Twitter and the concept behind it should not be my thing. 140 characters to sum up a thought that I may have banging around in my head? I can barely sum up any thoughts I have at any time in 140 words or less let alone 140 characters.