Great Moments in Media Relations

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We’ve all gotten into Twitter arguments in which things have gotten a little out of hand. It happens. It’s just not the best thing to do when you’re in the media relations business for a major league baseball team.  Just ask the assistant media relations guy for the Reds who found himself having to offer a statement that reads like this:

It is with a terrible sense of regret that I come to you tonight to apologize for my embarrssing inability to control my emotions on Twitter and more importantly, my failure to properly represent myself as an employee of the Cincinnati Reds …

Go to Deadspin for the whole story.  And be careful out there, people. The Internet is a dangerous place.  You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy. We must be cautious.