As many of you know, I have tried a bunch of times to help my friend stay out of his Twitter fights to no avail. So since he will continue on, let’s make this a contest for bragging rights. Let’s predict where Johnny’s Twitter rage will be unleashed on next.
His local supermarket chain will unevenly bag his groceries causing them to spill out in his trunk. Twitter rage ensues!
The local 4-H group for poor Corn Projects.
that fucking drone
Anger over the Ultimate Warrior
Against the state of Iowa
For something or another.
Local Dennys shorted him on peppers in his Western Omlette. The ham to pepper ratio is just way off and totally unacceptable. Dennys is going DOWN!
Get’s in fight with Nebraska football coach from 1962.
And the answer was…the Chicago Bulls.
Let’s see what is next.
Johnny is like Batman…instead of to the bat pole it is…to Twitter.
To update the other day I believe it was MLB and today it was Facebook.
You are incorrect. Yesterday it was shitty ump Angel Hernandez with his claim that race was why he doesn’t get World Series jobs rather than the fact that only Joe West is worse at his job. And today was just a statement of fact. Facebook sucks, and them giving Lamar Ball another spotlight is just one more reason to hate the entire platform.
You all are welcome for my nuggets of wisdom.
Is Keyshawn on your list @anon42851937 for pulling his kid out of Nebraska for being an idiot??
Nope. I think what Keyshawn did took some guts and was good parenting.
Oh…and oops…it’s Lavar. Shows how much anyone should care about him.
It probably doesn’t cripple the team this year, but it sure is a PR nightmare and a distraction. But when your father has been down that same road he’s got more knowledge than most.
I think Keyshawn Sr. handled the PR well, and the team won’t be distracted by this near as much as they would have been if he was still there flaking off the team and school. To be honest, he was likely redshirting this year anyway.
Cubs fans that weren’t happy with today’s trade.
Hey look at this way, now the white sox have 7 of the top 100 prospects in Baseball and one-third of them are from the Cubs!