Campaign To Stop Jerks From Being Jerky

Todd Stordahl is commissioner of the Washington Officials Association. He’s also the man responsible for punishing local referees who chose to promote cancer awareness by using pink whistles during football games on Friday night.

Well, yeah, that’s kind of a jerky thing to do.

We’re gonna try and put a stop to that jerkiness by giving you the direct link to Todd’s Facebook profile. It’s public knowledge. Anyone could search for the dude and find him. But we want to make it easier for you. In case you want to send the guy a message or, who knows, maybe even add him as your friend.

So here you go: http://on.fb.me/9LMYID

Do with it as you wish. Enjoy.

6 thoughts on “Campaign To Stop Jerks From Being Jerky”

  1. Yeah!! I think the punishment should be ALL refs HAVE to use pink whistles for the WHOLE SEASON. YEAH!!

  2. Thank you Todd and Kerri for continuing to bring needed attention to breast cancer research. The annual campaign for the cure was winding down, and thanks to your decision the importance of breast cancer research will remain in the headlines a little longer. That said, I think everyone with an IQ above their shoe size can make the distinction between breaking a rule (not getting your highnesses permission) for a bringing attention to a serious worldwide disease and breaking a rule that affects the integrity of athletic officials. Your decision puts your own integrity and sense of “what’s right” in doubt in that I wonder if your true motivation was to experience the rush one might get from exercising the authority of your position, which may be something that is not as attainable in other areas of your life.

  3. You have got to be kidding me!!!!

    I think all the refs in question should form a circle around this idiot and blow their BEAUTIFUL pink whistles!!! I cannot believe that any one could say they broke a rule. They donated their paychecks for crying out loud. What did this idiot donate? Brain cells? Ugh!

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