Following Twitter

» 30 August 2009 » In NPB Tracker »

Some of you might be following the NPB Tracker Twitter feed. I hope you’re enjoying it. What we’re doing with the Twitter feed is posting quick updates on specific players, mostly players of note to MLB fans. We’re posting a lot of quick updates to Twitter that won’t necessarily make it here.

For those of you that don’t have Twitter accounts, you can still get the updates via this rss feed.

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  1. Patrick
    01/09/2009 at 11:13 pm Permalink

    > The difference that her comments were in response to your behaviour


    What’s “your behaviour” you are talking about.

    What was the problem with my behaviour?

    Where? Show me.


    And does I get it right that one can freely insult [Japanese] public figures here?

    But those [American] insultees are untouchable?

    In other words, we can bomb Jugoslavia, but you can’t bomb us, right?

  2. Patrick
    01/09/2009 at 11:28 pm Permalink

    I think this latest comment is a pretty good example of the kind of discussion I don’t want to have here.

    I don’t think anyone should bomb anyone else. And I didn’t start this site to have flame wars.

  3. Patrick
    01/09/2009 at 11:32 pm Permalink

    It is not flame wars.

    And I’m against bombing anyone either.

    But please answer the first question.

  4. Patrick
    01/09/2009 at 11:38 pm Permalink

    >pretty good example of the kind of discussion I don’t want to have here.


    It is internet, don’t forget. Free information and opinion exchange.

    And not you backyard. And even your backyard is governed by state laws and not by your wishes.

    I don’t want this, I don’t want that …

  5. Patrick
    02/09/2009 at 8:01 am Permalink

    The state would permit me to build a fence around my backyard if I choose.

  6. Patrick
    02/09/2009 at 4:13 pm Permalink

    Sergei, you used to have your own website, right? (or still do?) There you can voice whatever opinion you want and no one will get in your way. Patrick’s no thought police, but he seems to just want to keep this site baseball-centric, and there’s nothing wrong with that. That’s his freedom.