Tag:NCAA basketball
Posted on: January 7, 2009 10:06 am
 

CBSSportsline needs fixing. You will be next.

Good morning people. I want to share the biggest hypocrisy on CBSSportsline. If I don't write this blog, others will succumb to the same fate as many of us have already endured. What you are about to read was posted right here, on threads supported and supervised by administration on this site. Warnings work, if you have a gang of people to back you up. The concept in itself should work for good as some in here offend the masses and the masses respond in kind to end their ridiculous hyperbole. However; when the offensive gang up, and pick on one person at a time, they can be cruel and indignant to ANYONE. I'm going to give you some disturbing examples of what some of these people have gotten away with, openly and unpunished. Amazingly, when one righteous individual stands up to these internet "bullies" that person has to succumb to the most hatred filled attacks and harrassment that is considered to be internet bullying and is illegal by law in this country. You could be next. My status here has taken a beating at the hands of these posters, and another in here has to put up with the most aggregious of attacks. I warned the entire group to leave the man alone; instead their attacks were directed at me and are even more cruel to the poster I'm talking about. YOU WILL BE NEXT. Please take your time reading this; make CBS accountable for allowing this criminal behaviour to continue.

http://www.sportsline.com/mcc/messa
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They post under a thread titled "Pile of Frauds" and their membership have no conscience.

http://www.sportsline.com/mcc/messa
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Feel free to scroll through the threads. I have to warn you, some of the attacks are vicious. I hope CBS reads this blog, allows it to flow, and that your comments are paid attention to. Please comment. Gang violence is on the internet.

 
 
 
 
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