Nothing irks me more than someone telling me what I should tweet about or I’m spending too much on a topic. Yes this has to do with Tim Tebow, and I get it, Jets fans want to move on, well most of them. I do too, but when my Timeline is getting flooded with Tebowmania, I can’t help but read and then something amazing happens. Yes, HUMAN THOUGHT. So I get a thought and without really thinking about it, I tweet (Maybe I shouldn’t but we all do it).
That’s what’s great about twitter. You can tweet just about anything at any moment. Here’s another great thing about twitter. If you like or dislike a tweet from someone you follow, you have the power to “Mute Them” (depending on your app), or unfollow.
So I’m a Jets fan, and I was adding my two sense about the situation about Tebow signing with one of our most hated rivals, the Patriots. Does this make me less of a Jets fan because I choose NOT to move on like some other fans? No. Should I move on, Yes, but I’ll do it on my terms.
Tim Tebow is known by 68% of the US population according to the @qscores. Average athlete is known by 30%.
“I’ve been baptized previously, but the honor of being baptized in the same place that Jesus was baptized was something I could not pass up and something I’ll never forget in my life,”
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