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Stephen A Smith
My apology on @ESPN_FirstTake Monday morning speaks for itself. I accept ESPN's Decision. See you all next Wednesday. God Bless!
You've been waiting to hear from me. Now you will in approx 30 minutes. @ESPN_FirstTake coming at ya at 10am. No one's hiding!
My series of tweets a short time ago is not an adequate way to capture my thoughts so I am using a single (cont)
in the future. But be clear, I wasn't BLAMING women for anything. I was simply saying to take all things into consideration for preventative
horrific as women, themselves, find it. Always have. Always will, which my personal behavior exemplifies. I'll strive to be more articulate
And any woman out there who misconstrued what I said. I have always -- and will always -- find violence against a women every bit as
there's only but so much that can be done after the fact....once the damage is already done. Nothing more. My apologies to @MichelleDBeadle
In no way was I accusing a women of being wrong. I was simply saying what that preventive measures always need to be addressed because
Who on earth is denying that? But what about addressing women on how they can help prevent the obvious wrong being done upon them?
If a man is pathetic and stupid enough to put his hands on a woman -- which I have NEVER DONE, btw -- of course he needs to pay the price.
numerous female relatives and loved ones, that man was dealt with. From that point, I simply asked: now what about the other side.
when confronted by it in the past -- when someone was stupid enough to touch a loved one of this man, raised by 4 older sisters, a mom and
There is absolutely no excuse to put your hands on a women. REPEATEDLY, I said dudes who do that need to be dealt with. REPEATEDLY, I echoed
colleague I have profound respect for -- tweet what she tweeted, enough is enough. Something needs to be said right now. REPEATEDLY i said:
earth someone could interpret that I somehow was saying women are to blame for domestic violence. And when I saw @MichelleDBeadle -- a
Upon hearing what I had to say, although admitting I could've been more articulate on the matter, let me be clear: I don't understand how on
In discussing the Ray Rice ruling earlier today on @ESPN_FirstTake, me and @RealSkipBayless ventured into discussing domestic violence.
This will be a long tweeted message, folks. So please stay with me and let me finish my complete thought before responding...b/c i'm ANNOYED
I'm totally ticked off, @kicklace. they'd better hope good and damn well I don't talk about this.
Don't forget why players will look bad @razzell2. It's because the public has been convinced they're bad b/c they should be THANKFUL.#Sad
So let me get this straight @theRealRudyLara. The Brothers should be happy with what they're getting? Even if they're worth more? #Hmmmm
That's a good point, @jamesblair06. But a predictable one. The system was designed for that scenario and the NBPA agreed. Still isn't right
Of course we know the reasons, @jamesblair06. That ain't the point. The point is: There's always something limited players' compensation.
in the NBA are being sold for $2-Billion. If owners can get their money, why are players always being asked to take a pay cut.