If you've been following TBC's Blog like I've been, you may have seen a really long post with IM's back and forth between Tony and a young woman. Were they interesting? Sure they were. I read most of them, and I remember thinking that posting her words was probably not a good idea. Worse still, Tony accidentally posted her ID, which is totally not good because he has so many readers. Did he do this intentionally? Hell, no. He made a mistake, that's all. To fix his mistake he deleted the post, which I applaud. Easy fix and no harm done. He was right to do this. No one wants their private words stuck in a public blog. Lord knows Britni isn't around these days, but if she were I'd know this would upset her, so he did the right thing in deleting it.
What pisses me off is Tony does the right thing in deleting it but people just can't leave well enough alone. Yes, I'm talking about YOU Lester. Tony fixes his error and then Lester goes and posts the 10 miles of IM on AVP. I just don't understand why. It can only hurt Tony by upsetting Britni, and it doesn't benefit anyone having it posted there. All it does is create unnecessary drama, at least in my opinion. It doesn't help anyone and it sure could hurt.
Believe me, I've been there. I've written up a blog post and then a half hour later deleted it. Guess what happened? It showed up paraphrased elsewhere almost immediately, so really I can relate. Obviously it's the responsibility of the writer to post carefully because once it's out there, it's really out there. I'm just glad Tony was able to remove it, both from his and All Vegas Poker, because it was the right thing to do.
Oh and my boy Tony's roll is now over 4K. He's coming back!
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