If you’re going to try impressing people with lines and jokes on Twitter, just make sure you’re always coming off with fresh material. Otherwise you risk getting exposed like Rick Reilly.
Policing the Media
Don’t you just hate when that happens? You’re on Twitter trying to promote your work but you send out the wrong link. It’s happened to us here at LBS plenty of times.
Rick Reilly made a pretty clever joke about Peyton Manning on Twitter during Sunday’s Denver Broncos-Indianapolis Colts game, but was it original? The person who tweeted it just minutes before
NFL reporter Peter King criticized Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Hakeem Nicks for going out of bounds late in the Colts’ win over the Bengals Sunday, but King actually owes the receiver an ap
The St. Paul Pioneer Press sent a tweet on Tuesday teasing a story about Aaron Rodgers by using some suggestive language, but they later decided to delete it after some backlash.
I will be the first to admit that I used to mix up the Harbaugh brothers all the time.
Skip Bayless spent a good part of Sunday trying to brag on Twitter about his prediction that the Dallas Cowboys would win the NFC East.
Chris Stigall, a morning radio host for a CBS AM affiliate in Philadelphia, made some despicable comments earlier this week about a 23-year-old Phillies fan who is battling a rare form of cancer.