So, I tend to be critical of some things when I post to a blog. A lot of things, actually. Like everything winged wheel. Like Tyler Arnason and Tony "Dan loves me" Granato. And things I don't appreciate or agree with in the main stream media. Like Kroenke switching Av radio coverage to the bic lighter of the Rockies, 1510 AM, which I still absolutely do NOT get in Boulder.
Sometimes my criticism switches to specific MSM personalities. Like AD, who I still love, but not DDC or Jibble type of love, or Terry Frei, or lately, the radio broadcaster who shall remain nameless (but it sort of rhymes with "hoser"). I think I have recently complained that this broadcaster randomly throws in wild voice inflections at odd times to try to spice up his broadcast.
Well, I've just sort of started entering the world of twitter, and my tweets have been limited and uninteresting for the most part. There is this special part of twitter where someone you follow can send you a personal message. I have received two of these such "personal tweets." One from Jibble to answer some newbie question I had about twitter. The other, very recently, from said radio personality informing me that he has heard from someone else that there is a Bob in Boulder who, and I quote, "hates his guts."
How do you respond to such a personal tweet? Well, for one thing, in twitter, you don't. Unless that someone is also following you, it is impossible to send back a personal message. Of course, I do not in fact hate this person's guts. Actually, I do admire his enthusiasm for the Avs. Do I think he is the best P-by-P guy I've ever heard? No, but he's certainly not the worst either (are Dan and I the only people in Denver who think that Dave Logan is about the absolute worst P-by-P guy in the history of football?). So, Mr. "sort of rhymes with hoser," please accept this as an offering of peace. In summary, I don't hate you. I admire your enthusiasm. I have, however, been critical of your P-by-P in this forum. Now rip this thing apart if you wish. You're out there in the open, now, in a limited degree, so am I.