Monday, July 4, 2005

Do Twitter accounts do more harm than good for athletes?

Saving for some cases like Shaq where he is funny, has a ton of followers and doesn't tweet trash. There are many other players that with questionable tweets like JR Smith or LeBron get heat.

Answer on Do Twitter accounts do more harm than good for athletes?

Twitter absolutely does more harm than good for people/athletes who are already famous IMO. For whatever reason, many athletes just don't understand that if you wouldn't say it to a reporter you absolutely don't want to say it on Twitter either.

For every "Shaq" who has enough sense not to use Twitter to rant and talk smack publicly, there are literally hundreds of athletes who apparently can't comprehend that when they post something stupid/irresponsible/insane/critical of another athlete etc., that it's posted for all to see and there's no "oops I didn't mean to post that" button to remove the comments once they're posted.

Pro athletes using Twitter to do anything other than announce where they're going to be for an autograph signing or charity event etc., are just asking for trouble by posting stuff on a public forum.

Traveling to italy need cheap tickets for me and son?

well i plan to move to italy and i have barley enough cash for me to travel there. i was wondering if i could send my child in a animal cage for cheap travel. im hoping to persuade the airlines how can i convince them to take my son in the cargo?

Answer on Traveling to italy need cheap tickets for me and son?

ha....ha ha...ur kidding i hope. if u dont have the money i guess you cant go. simple as that