Ahhhhhh Twitter... the joy and scourge of humanity. Sports personalities have taken to Twitter to tout themselves (Chad Johnson/Ochocinco); let everyone know what they had for dinner (every known athlete in the universe); or embrace friends and blast enemies (again, too many to mention).
I do not currently have a Twitter account. I am on Facebook, and am rather active on it at this time. Which brings me to sports personalities. How many times have personalities pressed "send" and wished they hadn't? Passions can be a good thing-- but not immediately after something has happened. Many places have a seven-day wait to purchase guns-- maybe a seven-minute wait would be good before making a statement to the Twitterverse.
I do not do a # yet; not to say I won't eventually. It may be a matter of time before you see an @tomlee address. But for now, I am Twitter-free, in my personal life anyway. The stations I work with DO have Twitter accounts, and I follow them for sports scores during my broadcasting in season. You can follow as well at the Original Company Vincennes' Twitter sites; I recommend it-- it is the best way to keep up on scores from across southwest Indiana. I don't have Twitter yet... but a little bird is tweeting me it may not be long in coming...
That's my take... I'm Tom Lee.