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If being a "source" has a downside? I mean besides all the "bugging" from media and whatnot, but could it affect your job. You know if someone ever debunked that you were giving info to the media, could that be grounds for unemployment? I don't know...just thought i'd throw that out there. We always talk about coaches being people too, but so are these guys.
If I had someone who I could call for info- I would never put them in that position!
Right, but I'm sure the person who told them their info (reliable or not) didn't expect them to go drop it on a message board, or what not. Unless it is a local media type (Wes, Ryan, Kevin, etc) But I agree with you, I would never divulge who my source was, but at the same time if you're the only person "in the know" then the info that got leaked had to come from a small group of people. You know?
Better yet, what's the benefit of being a source?
It's the same kind of thing you get as being a police officer. You only get called on when other people need something.
I guess the only "benefit" would be knowing "first" haha
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