Earlier today, Eric Bischoff reprimanded many of the hateful marks and smarks that post rude and derogatory messages on his Facebook account. For those of you that are not “fans” of Bischoff on Facebook, he generally uses his account as a method of generating feedback from the fans each week. On occasion, he’ll use his account to post more detailed versions of the quick ratings that we read online each week.
However, as one might imagine, most of the folks who post comments on Bischoff’s Facebook account are immature and rely heavily on profanity and vulgarity in an attempt to make a point. Generally, their comments are based in the false reality that exists in their head (and isn’t helped by consistent false “news” reports on wrestling websites). Bischoff had enough of it over the last few days and posted the following comment on his Facebook:
“Ok, unfortunately the dialog here has devolved and too many people here feel the need to post f bomb laden comments. You all know the drill: Constructive criticism, ideas, compliments and general thoughts are welcome. Mindless IWC rants, personal attacks on others posting here and the use of profanity-not so much.”
Folks, if you’re going to post something on Bischoff’s – or anyone’s – Facebook page, try to use some decorum.