Dr. Scott Schnee has apologized to Adrian Dater. The apology, which was intended to be private, was circulated by Banner Health in order to demonstrate that they had held Schnee's feet to the fire for his irresponsible behavior. There's a distict flavor of PR spin to the following statement:
A blurb at Roto World this morning has Peyton Manning recruiting his old friend Dwight Freeney, the aging former Colts defensive end, to Denver.
Manning and Freeny spent ten good seasons together in Indianapolis. Freeney is 33 years old and could be an affordable acquisition for the Broncos. He's been to seven Pro Bowls and could be rotated with Elvis Dumervile and Von Miller to make Denver's pass rush that much more formidable.
"Hopefully we can all learn from his mistake. It’s doubtful that he became a pediatric cardiologist without being a man of discipline. He allowed himself to slip and, in doing so, found himself to focus of an alarming amount of public ire. In being critical of Schnee I have to confess that I am living in a bit of a glass house"
One Phoenix Coyotes fan is no fan of the Denver Post’s Adrian Dater. In fact, Doctor Scott Schnee, a pediatric cardiologist, apparently told Dater on Twitter a bit ago to “go catch a movie in Aurora”. Schee followed up that gem by suggesting that Dater can “join Jessica for all I care”.
Since posting the offensive Tweets, Dr. Schnee has reset his Twitter account (@BabyDocScott) to "locked " for what would appear to be obvious reasons. Naturally, the possibility exists that these horrible words were not those of Dr Scott Schnee, whos contact information is readily available on the internet. It’s more likely, however, that the doc did say these things.
This is a man who’s chosen profession is to help sick children; yet he’s apparently willing to say very, very sick things in the name of hockey.
I spoke with Peter Burns of Mile High Sports Radio to get his reaction to Schnee’s comments. Burns, who was a close friend of Jessica Redfield, the “Jessica” Schnee was referring to. He called the comments “absolutely disgusting” and was shocked that they were made by a physician.
"Has the very concept of college athletics broken down to the point that players are leaving universities without the basic skills to answer questions that the average sixth grader shouldn’t struggle with?"
"Masia Ujuri has shown that, when it comes to trade negotiations, he speaks softly but carries a big stick. The Nuggets have pulled the trigger before on deals that never, ever saw the light of day until after they were done"
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Zoonadu Productions, a collaborative effort between Zach and his pals, has generated tons of awesome stuff including Vic and Gary the Movie, the Slueth series, Facebook Frownie Faces and Shit Stoners Say. Zach's appeared several times at Funny or Die.
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It’s possible that as time goes by CU will become less well represented in the local media now that the School of Journalism and Mass Communication has been closed on the Boulder campus. Meanwhile, the school has a remarkable foot hold. CSU, for whatever reason does not."