Who said anything about letting him in "after the anger has died down"? My point (as it was my post joe dokes was calling "about right") was that if he truly shows contrition, his future in the business can be re-evaluated down the road. But for the time being, he's out and he doesn't get to come back unless he, at minimum, shows true remorse and true attempts to make amends. If he does that and it's not considered enough, then he keeps sitting out.Eh. You risk offending the people who have been punched-down upon their whole lives if you let him back in after the 'anger has died down.' Screw Thom Brennaman. He likely tied that knot a thousand times before and somebody probably hot mic'd him to slip it around his neck.