How about this play. Visiting a children's hospital that included my niece being treated for cancer. Yea, too many big talking men with mighty keyboards and made up names can go on and on and pass their judgement on a guy for getting a job, but what the f*** have any of you loud mouth critics done for a sick kid that isn't even related to you? Oh wait, I think I know the answer to that one. Nothing!
How about logging off and doing something useful with your life. Sounds like work, so I'm guessing many will pass.
There's a lot of assumptions being thrown around in this comment. Many of us have volunteered at hospitals and soup kitchens, and have worked with the sick and homeless, myself included.
As for Cleary, it's awesome that he does this sort of extracurricular work, and I'm glad that the Red Wings take community involvement, charities, etc so seriously. There are so many organizations that literally cannot function without the aid of volunteers and/or donations. The Wings' organization does their fair share in this regard, and also provides a good role model for others in the community to do the same. Good on Cleary to keep that spirit alive. At the very least, I hope you've followed in Cleary's footsteps and are regularly donating your time and money to those less fortunate than you.