The Cowboys and Stars Had a Very Brief Twitter Feud, Then They Made Up
Yesterday morning whoever handles the Dallas Cowboys official Twitter feed (probably Jerry Jones) let their feelings be known about the return of NHL hockey. They quickly deleted the Tweet, but not before it was captured by @D_LEED
Whoops. This did not please the Stars, who responded in kind.
This being a not-so-subtle jab at Tony Romo's tendency to collapse in crunch time. The Cowboys, thoroughly shamed, quickly walked it back.
@dallasstars our sincere apologies for the inappropriate tweet posted accidentally to our account. Good luck this season.— Dallas Cowboys (@dallascowboys) January 8, 2013
Glad things are patched up. Meanwhile, the Stanley Cup briefly returned to Dallas recently not in the hands of a Star but of Los Angeles Kings defenseman Alec Martinez, who took it swimming, went to the club, cuddled it while he watched TV, and used it as a cereal container. The Los Angeles Times has a slideshow.
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