Today, in a last ditch effort to hang on to any shred of relevance as a member of the main stream media, Buffalo News writer Bucky Gleason offered up an unquestionably contrived column in a flailing attempt to drum up controversy and attention.
Here’s what he had to say about the crowd at last night’s Sabres game and fans who generally recognize that, right now, losing games is better for the franchise than winning games would be.
Despite his best effort, it’s long been apparent that Gleason fails in his quest to be a “thought leader.”
Nonetheless, Buffalo, you just got booed by Bucky Gleason. Take that!
But wait… what’s this?
Note the contradiction in the following excerpt from two short years ago which provides proof that even Bucky doesn’t read Bucky.
Pay no attention to the continued decentralization and democratization of thought and opinion, Bucky.
It surrounds you. Ignore it.
Keep telling yourself that we need you.
But if even you aren’t listening to yourself anymore, what’s the point?