Found March 08, 2013 on Busted Coverage:
If you’re going to wear a “Sidney Crosby is a whiny little ******** shirt to a Flyers-Penguins game and sit behind the bench, try to pick the game when Sids doesn’t drop three assists on your ass. It’s not a good look. Pens fans beat me up for even posting it on Twitter. It also doesn’t help when the Flyers had a 4-1 lead. Still, it’s good to see Philly fans being assholes to a rival because otherwise it would’ve been just another boring Thursday night in March. Over at ESPN they’re busy trying to come up with the dumbest **** possible as a giant f-you to guys who ***** about ESPN trolling afternoon viewers.     Meanwhile, at the World Baseball Classic, Fernando Rodney pitches better when his hat is at this angle.   You guys can hate Philly fans all you want, but you have to give them credit for going hard at Spring Training.   In the NHL, yes, that’s Red Wings fan throwing around a keg. [@kittybrownson]   Finally, at the Yankees have something to play for this season. Filed under: Morning Twitpics
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