Gresh & Zo: Dan Shaughnessy On Fanboy Blogging

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Dan Shaughnessy had some harsh words for anonymous bloggers in a recent article.

“It’s an issue about civility in America today,” Shaugnessy wrote. “It’s about accountability. It is about angry fantasy football players who do not know how to look someone in the eye, or hold a face-to-face conversation. It is about fanboy bloggers who kill everyone and everything under the brave cloak of anonymity. It’s about instant tweets fired from the safety of your basement. It is about anonymous bullying with the World Wide Web serving as the new bathroom wall.”

Gresh and Zo are back in the studio along with Shaughnessy talking about the article.

This whole article came about after Kansas City fans cheered after their quarterback Matt Cassel went down with and injury in Sunday’s home game. Where do you as fans draw the line when cheering or booing when someone gets injured.

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