Sick Of That Pesky NBA Job? Don't Worry, Twitter Can Get You Fired From It
There's a reason that Festivus is had each and every year, and there's a reason they have an "airing of the grievances" and then a "feats of strength". You say what needs to be said to loved ones then cleanse the palette with a good old fashioned donnybrook.
Twitter is not apart of Festivus, but Phoenix Suns Eric Bledsoe took to it to air his grievances about how he feels about playing for the franchise after their super impressive 0-3 record:
...and less than an hour later his head coach was fired.
Really not the most surprising move considering the guy has a dogshit coaching record of (wait for it) 33-82, but who would have ever guessed Twitter, a blue bird where great things like this get shared:...
...would be the straw that broke the camel's back to get you fired from the National Basketball Association? Unbelievable. All the #MondayMotivation hashtags we suffer through and not to mention posting an eggplant emoji doesn't necessarily mean "get an eggplant for dinner tonight" causes folks to lose high-profile jobs?
I mean, granted people are idiots. People post A LOT of stupid stuff on Twitter - a helluva A LOT, but it is just wild that in today's world, even if you don't have a Twitter account, you could still lose your job because of it.
The internet is a real whacky place. Maybe Bledsoe already did this in the locker room, but if not, the best course of action is to follow one Frank Constanza (even you emotionally scar your child for life in the process, like George!):