Depending on whether or not I'm working a game, there are days when I'll spend hours upon hours talking hockey. Far more than is considered healthy by your regular physician.The sport often very much feels like an all in or all out proposition, and my work requires me to be all in on most days.
I love a lot of the hockey people on Twitter. They are kind, hilarious, kindred spirits who have made me better at what I do. They making working around the game a rewarding proposition and make me want to stick at it for the long haul.
However, I've started to notice that there's two kinds of Hockey Twitter. There's Good Hockey Twitter, the one featuring all of the people I just mentioned, and there's Bad Hockey Twitter. I'll refrain from calling it Evil Hockey Twitter, because I refuse to believe anyone but an outright troll means anything but well.
That said, Bad Hockey Twitter is really starting to mess with my enjoyment of the game.no comments