Straight up if you say something on the internet, you can get fired no matter how much you love a company. Those that know my writing history know I know how much this is true that sometimes you care for something so much that even though you lash out emotionally, administration can be stupid and fired you. For those that don't know the story, here's what's up:
[Dan] Leone lost his part-time job as game day west gate chief at Lincoln Financial Field when, following Dawkins' signing, he posted the following message: "Dan is [expletive] devastated about Dawkins signing with Denver ... Dam Eagles R Retarted!!" He deleted the comment, but the team fired him over the phone days later. -ESPN
Brian Dawkins later gave him his two free tickets to an Eagles game understanding that he commented out of an emotional love for his team and how much Leone appreciated Dawkins contributions.
The Eagles organization needs to fail. You're going to fire a guy for caring. The guy deleted the comment later and still got fired for it. Straight up, the internet is not a safe place for freedom of speech. I already hear the arguments against me now: "LOLLERSKATES, PATRICK. YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO SAY WHAT YOU WANT BUT THEY HAVE THE RIGHT TO FIRE YOU FOR IT. I ALSO HAVE HERPES."
There are three types of employees: 1) ones who play politics to stay in his job, 2) one who skates by not doing anything more than required, and 3) guy who is emotionally attached to his job. The guy who ALWAYS gets in trouble and usually fired is #3 which we all know is actually the wrong guy to fire because he cares for the company's survival the MOST. GUESS WHAT YOU LOLLERSKATING FOOLS, YOU FIRED THE WRONG GUY. Enjoy your shit team you blowjobs!