Last edited by Apollo; Mon May 2nd, 2011 at 02:42 PM. Reason: fixed broken link
I was worried until I saw it was a bleacher report article
The link doesn't work.
Edit: I see your problem. Fixed.
Also, a quote supporting the title or some commentary wouldn't hurt.
By saying this, the Author is insinuating that McGrady would be able to teach them how to become effective leaders ... Oh Bleacher Report. Why do you suck sooo much?"McGrady would be a good fit for the Raptors not only because of his ties to the fan base, but because they really need a leader. Don't get me wrong. DeMar DeRozan, Jose Calderon, Ed Davis and Jerryd Bayless are fine young players with a ton of potential. Yet, they don't have a role model/mentor on the team with them to teach them how to become effective leaders themselves."
In Masai we Trust.
Bleacher report is the Toronto Sun of basketball websites, minus their daily future stripper profiles (ie/ the sunshine girls)
i didn't post this cause i thought it was true, i'm not as stupid as some of you guys think. I find this one of the stupidest articles i've ever read. What hole do those idiots live in? seriously. I just posted it for fun to see how some of you guys would react.
Haha. T-Mac is gonna teach Jose how to be a leader.
For the record I might actually read the Bleacher Report is they had Sunshine Girls. Or Bleacher Girls.
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A while ago I posted a "kill bleacher report" thread. Never got read because it got banished to the "site suggestions" thread location. Now do you believe we need to delete this crappy ass website from the rss feed and any other location on the republic?
At the end of the day Joey and myself practically created this thread neither of us probably cares about. I changed the title to something not misleading, I fixed the link so people could see the article and he posted the piece of the article which had meaning.
If I were to start a thread based on an article from BR would make it clear in the title that this is just opinion, not fact. I would then offer up a quote, personal commentary about the quote and maybe again make it clear that this isn't factual information.
The only time this stuff negatively affects the RSS is when people post misleading titles.
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