In real life, IG doesn't matter. If I want to congratulate a close friend from a distance, I do it in private. If I want to send condolences, I do it in private. Not everything needs to be put on blast. In actuality, nothing needs to be put on blast. A like or follow on social media is worth zero compared to some real world interaction.
There absolutely was. Aaron even reposted the Wesfly story on his instagram, not sure why people are acting like this wasn't a thing. Clearly they have moved past it, and hope to see them break more records in the Winter/Spring
Those are young kids and what they show on social media is really important to them. As a young guy like them, just know that what we put on social media is really what we want to put and we absolutely know people are going to see it, that’s almost like a symbol. If we start unfollowing a friend or don’t like his posts or don’t tag him in our posts where he appears and then we remove the pictures of him, that’s a way to say « there is something between us », just like you do when you break up with an ex girlfriend. That may look cringe to you but that’s what it is now.
If I like every post of my friend, comment under them, and follow him for years, and then I suddenly stop liking his posts, unfollow him, and stop commenting his posts, that’s because I want to show something, and that’s what Leo and Aaron did. Even more if I start liking comments of people trashing my friend. So I don’t understand how someone could even think there was nothing between them.
Anyway that’s not the subject and I’m glad they worked that out. Honestly I don’t think we will ever see again a HS team where the guy who finished third all season can win nationals by almost 10 seconds in a new course record.
It looks better for him that the moment he leaves everything goes to crap (Relatively speaking). He was the only thing keeping a team of "egos" together for something greater than their individual performance.
It's like people praising Mike Tomlin for keeping Antonio Brown in line all of those years. The moment they are separated Brown publicly goes off the rails.
The obvious next step is that Sahlman will ride into NAU practice next year with a hot air balloon and then cryofreeze his feet.