Some of you guys are ****ing brutal. She was a sport about it, so you'd think everyone would chill out a little bit.
Idea: How about everybody starts posting up some candid pictures of themselves and we rip each other to shreds like a pack of piranhas. Who's first?
Everyone stopped as soon as she came on and explained herself.
The post a pic and rip each other thing isn't really our territory as fans BUT when you sign up to be a broadcast journalist, an actor, etc people talk about how you look. It's life.
Don't get all bent out of shape about it. We all do it. Again, you put yourself in a spotlight intentionally and people will judge you. She clearly is a strong person - she came on here to give her two cents, she probably has the skin for it - so idk why you are getting all rambo over there.
To those of you congratulating me on my "balls" to stop by here, thanks. Appreciate it. I agree that journalism is changing, I think more people who do this for a living should actively take part in discussions online.
To those of you who'd still, um, put it in, despite my five-head. Thanks. Appreciate it. I think.
To LetsGoFlyers1825 -- If you flew out of Toronto that Sunday around noon, and some tired-looking loud girl and her friend were behind you in line ... then yes. Yes, you did.
Thanks for an entertaining afternoon, everyone. Just remember: Next time you all start calling out my hockey chops or journalism credentials or my nose or my forehead or my whatever ... I'll be watching.
(Please tell me that came out as threateningly as it did in my head.)