Some People Shouldn’t “Participate” On Twitter

Breitbart

Members of the Twitter mob engaged in their favorite game of “destroy all humor” yesterday when NFL reporter Albert Breer posted images of his son’s broken T-ball trophy and joked that it was a participation award he destroyed to encourage his son to be a champion. The replies of indignation quickly followed by those who failed to see the humor and thought the son was being oppressed by an overly competitive father. More

6 Comments on Some People Shouldn’t “Participate” On Twitter

  1. My kid kept throwing his baseball participation trophy into his bedroom wastebasket. As I would dump it, I’d fish the trophy out and place it on his nightstand. This happened numerous times before anything was said. He apparently had no use for it. I saved it somewhere, I’ll give to him again some day.

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  2. Some people can be overly sensitive while their own sons are going through a “transition” They just couldn’t take the NFL reporters toxic masculinity.

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  3. I bet most of these twitter loons would love having a participation trophy. It’s would be giving them what they’ve earned doing something a bot could do better.

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  4. Forget the condition of the trophy and the reaction, why people feel the need to share personal/family experiences (especially mundane ones) with the world at large totally baffles me. I just don’t get it.

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  5. F4UCorsair JUNE 18, 2019 AT 2:38 PM

    Forget the condition of the trophy and the reaction, why people feel the need to share personal/family experiences (especially mundane ones) with the world at large totally baffles me. I just don’t get it.

    Agreed. Why I’m not on Facebook. Appears to be a Jr High thing from this distance. No thanks.

    Meanwhile, RosalindJ has something negative going on that’s affecting her well-being, state of mind. I didn’t pick up a clue on it yesterday until her last post saying “Yep. Talking to myself.” and commenting she doesn’t talk much about her problems, isn’t sure she wants to rejoin daily commenting, and ending with “I’m out”.

    Sure wish I had asked her about what was going on.

    Never a good thing to let someone fade into the wallpaper.

    I was a bad Dad letting that slip by. She matters and is hurting.

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