Revenge is sweet. Sure the Internet is a place for free expression (although the impending "net neutrality" regulations may change all that), but you have to be accountable for what you place on the Internet. That lesson was brought home big time by the New York Yankees—who fired a part-time ticket-seller for allegedly posting vulgar tweets about Curt Schilling's daughter. Good for the Yankees! Schilling outed several of the cyber-bullies on his blog yesterday and some—including Yankee ticket-seller Sean MacDonald—have already paid a price for their disgusting online behavior. Kudos to Curt for shining a light on this serious problem.