So, we hear you’re upset…something has yet again offended your oh-so delicate sensibilities?
And that’s why you sent these tweets on Friday-
• “When i get to chitown lets make one thing clear what happen last day whit the sox stay tune”
• “Iam out the country now but i never quit in anything yes be ready when i talk going to be fun”
• “I will kill peoples fellings no mercy i turn the page but they no let me a long then get ready going to be bad”
• “People want me to look bad but I so honest i wiil saynthe real true put u seat belt on”
Blah Blah Blah
Just stop it already.
You’re not the manager of the White Sox anymore.
Oh and you’re 48 years old-grow up already.
Remember when Sox fans were vociferously protesting your departure?
No? Me neither. And we know that’s probably the real reason you’re wearing your heart on your twitter page…again.
Look, we were just tired….tired of the incessant drama, of the childish self-centered rants, of your entitled, the apple/tree idiom has never been more appropriate offspring….just tired of it all.
And we had hoped that all of that tiresome nonsense was Miami’s problem now, and yet here it is again-rearing its rambling incoherent head in Chicago.
But the thing is, we-Chicago sports fans, just don’t care about you anymore, we’ve moved on, stopped listening -we’ve got things other than your attention seeking behavior to worry about.
Like two teams with title aspirations at the UC, like Theo-and his ‘hopey changey’ stuff on the North Side, and on the South Side…well at least now we’ve got a manager who I bet would never say this:
“I work in this job for money. I don’t work for nothing. Money. That’s it. The ring? [Bleep] the ring. I don’t even wear my [bleeping] rings. I don’t.’’
Remember that 62 foot boat you talked about wanting last September-as your team was missing the playoffs for the third consecutive season?
Go buy it…(now that you finally have some money) and then tell it how great you are, about how wrong Kenny and the Sox were, about how wonderful Miami is…
It’ll care about as much as we do
As your boy Kenny Would Say
Stay out of the White Sox Business.
Be Good Friends,