I’m hoping for an absolute media feeding frenzy. It’s our best chance for change at the top.Heard a report that there will be an interview with 4 employees of the team aired via ESPN regarding these allegations....
Another bullet in the chamber.. now a live face / voice with the reports if this is true.
Edit: found it
read that again... allege sexual harassment BY Dan Snyder....
I’m hoping for an absolute media feeding frenzy. It’s our best chance for change at the top.
I noticed that as well. Personally, I think allowing an environment where this stuff went on is bad enough. But apparently even in 2020, condoning and tolerating it isn’t enough.
Isn’t it legal to post as long as you properly cite the original article? It’s been a minute since I’ve had any type of writing class obviously, but my dumbass was just curious.I'll leave it up for a few, but then you guys need to delete the word for word transcript - not fair to the Washington Post to copy it and share (as much as it pains me to say that)
Unless it’s got specific copywriter instructions why wouldn’t they? For starters their work gets circulated, which is more less the author’s intent. As long as it’s on a public platform that is. Now if someone is passing said work off as their own that’s a different animal.I’ve never heard of any media outlet that was okay with folks copying and pasting their entire work. Why would they? Easiest way to get a cease and desist letter.