I write a post giving CREDIT to you and 24/7 for writing the original article speculating on the rebrand to Pelicans. Then I mentioned that for all we knew at the time, a yahoo writer could have seen your article and ran with it. And this is how you respond?
Why so defensive?Quote:
Yeah, if 247 said, it has to be false.
Also, the team isn't on FSNO, FSNO is not on DirecTV, etc, there are no LED boards just added to the Arena, and the Voodoo aren't playing 6 games in the Dome due to the Arena renovations this coming summer.
I was speculating just like you did in the first article. Were your feelings hurt because I referred to your original article for exactly what it was, speculation? If you want to defend something, why don't you defend why the article now says it was updated on 11/29 when it was clearly updated today? Why would that be omitted?
I then went on (in a jokingly matter which I'm sure went right over your head) to stress patience and waiting to see the final decision before overreacting like "OMG this is the worst thing ever".
Overly sensitive - either that or unable to comprehend simple statements
Pointless - yes. It is a complete waste of my time to have to respond to people who get their panties in a bunch and overreact like that
Disrespectful - par for the course for you lately. What Happened? Seriously? You are doing yourself and your work a disservice.
Irrelevant - what does anything you mentioned have to do with the name change? All those other things were official announcements. No Official announcement yet regarding the name.
You misunderstood me, it's ok. It happens. But maybe you should look into a mirror and ask yourself why you are having a problem with everyone else. Eventually you might realize that the problem isn't everyone else.